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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
stipitatus,-a,-um (adj.A): stalked, stipitate, i.e. provided with a stipe or a special stalk-like base or support; “elevated on a stalk which is neither a petiole nor a peduncle; as, for example, some kinds of carpels” (Lindley);

- hyphis stipitatis, stipite 9 um. longo, hyphae stipitate, with the stipe 9 um. long.

- stroma ascomatis stipitatum, ascomatal stroma stipitate.

- carpella stipitata, the carpels stipitate (stalked).

- achenia capitata, sessilia v. vix stipitata, achenes capitate, sessile or scarcely stalked.

- baccae stipitatae, erostres, berries stalked, beakless.

- glandibus lutescentibus rotundatis stipitatisque, with glands yellowish rounded and stalked.

- semina oo (parva), glabra, apice in comam sessilem v. subulato-stipitatam producta (B&H), seeds indeterminate (small), glabrous, with the apex drawn out into a sessile or subulate-stalked tuft (coma).

- antherae intra tubum reconditae, numerosissimae, breviter stipitatae, anthers hidden inside the tube, very numerous, shortly stalked.

- bracteae sacciformes, in media umbella stipitatae (B&H), bracts sack-lshaped, stalked in the middle umbel.

NOTE: not ‘stipatus,-a,-um (part.A)’ q.v., which means ‘pressed close together.’

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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