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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
stunted, becoming: tabescens,-entis (part.B), wasting away, becoming stunted, hence aborted (Stearn).
stunted, undersized, with normal growth hindered, dwarf-, dwarfed: redactus,-a,-um (part.A), reductus,-a,-um (part.A); depauperatus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘undeveloped, reduced, depauperate, starved, stunted;’ obsoletus,-a,-um (part.A), rudimentary, suppressed, scarcely apparent, vestigial, undeveloped fully and not fully functional; pauperculus,-a,-um (adj.A), poor, weak; exilis,-e (adj.B), small, lean, meagre, weak, feeble, thin; tabidus,-a,-um (adj.A), wasting away, becoming stunted, hence aborted (Stearn); obsoletus,-a,-um (part.A), rudimentary, suppressed, scarce; vescus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v., 'little, stunted, malnourished;' brevis,-e (adj.B), ‘short;’ see dwarf, little, reduced, short, see weak;

- inflorescentiis per parasitas redactis, with inflorescences reduced by parasites.

- nemoribus pinorum tabidorum, with glades of stunted (dwarved) pines.

- caulis quoad staturam reductus, the stem reduced as to stature.

- cortina initialis evidens, sed mox depauperata, fugax, initial partial veil evident, but soon stunted, falling off.

Carex paupercula Michx. 'stunted' (Fernald 1950); Russula vesca Fr.

 

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