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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
setosus: (adj.A): setose, bristly, beset with scattered ascending stiff hairs; “covered with stiff hairs or setae” (Lindley); “having setae usually ending in glands (Babignton)” (Jackson);

- capsula hispida obovato-oblonga, sepalis setosis (DeCandolle), with the capsule hispid, obovate-oblong, with the sepals bristly.

- caule pedunculis sepalisque setosis (DeCandolle), with the stem with peduncles and sepals bristly.

- siliquis 3-4-valvibus erectis apice rigide setosis (DeCandolle), with the siliquas with 3-4 valves, erect, at the apex rigidly setose.

- siliquis a basi ad apicem piloso-setosis (DeCandolle), with the siliques from the base to the apex pilose-setose [i.e. bristly, with the bristles like hairs].

setoso-asper,-era,-erum (adj.A): roughened by bristly hairs;

- siliqua mollissime pilosa demum glabrata, nunquam setoso-aspera (DeCandolle), the silique very softly pilose, then glabrate [i.e. almost smooth (hairless), never setose-roughened.

setoso-scaber,-era,-erum (adj.A): setose-scabrous, scabrous with bristly hairs;

- foliis radicalibus lyratis polline glauco destitutis setoso-scabris , (DeCandolle), with the basal leaves lyrate, lacking a glaucous [meal or dust, a bloom], setose-scabrous.

 

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