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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Stria,-ae (s.f.I), abl.sg. stria, nom. pl. striae, dat. & abl.pl. striis: stria, fine linear streak, line or other marking, groove; 'a furrow, channel, hollow; the flute of a column;' (in bryology) “fine ridges or lines” (Magill 1990); cf. rhabdo-, q.v.: in Gk. comp. pertaining to a fluted column, as in Rhabdoweisia,-ae (s.f.I), like the moss genus Weissia but for the striated or fluted capsule (C&A); see line;

- cultura in striis post 4 dies ad 30* C velutina, streak-culture after 4 days at 30 degrees C velvety.

- striis transversis et longitudinalibus parallelis vel radiantibus subtilibus vel distinctis, 12-14 in 10 um, with striae transverse and longitudinal parallel or radiating faint or distinct, 12-14 within a length of 10um.

- striis raphem non attingentibus, with striae not reaching the raphe(Stearn).

- pileus in margine striis plicatis praeditus, pileus on the margin provided with plicate striations.

- [Sphaeria striaeformis; fungi] striae, unam duasve series continent sphaerularum, quae minutae globosae astomae farctae latent, deinum subprominent (S&A), the striations contain one or two rows of sphaerules, which lie hidden, globose, minute, lacking an opening, stuffed, then they become somewhat prominent.

Punctate stria (Diatoms): stria punctata (adj.A).

NOTE: a striola,-ae (s.f.I) is a fine, linear ridge; a linea,-ae (s.f.I) has no depth or height.

 

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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