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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Stylopodium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. stylopodio, nom. & acc. pl. stylopodia, dat. & abl. pl. stylopodiis: stylopode, a disklike expansion or enlargement at the base of the style in Umbelliferae (Apiaceae); “the double fleshy disk from which the styles of Umbellifers arise” (Lindley);

- fructu oblongo, jugis filformibus obtusiusculis (Boissier), stylis deflexis stylopodio incumbentibus eoque paulo longioribus.

- discus explanatus, etylopodiis in centro conicis (B&H), the disc outspreas, with the stylopodia in the center conic.

- [Umbelliferae], with the fruit oblong, with the ridges filiform, somewhat obtuse, with the styles deflexed resting on the stylopodium and somewhat longer than it.

- [Umbelliferae] discus explanatus, tennis, stylopodiis in centro parvis v. stylis a basi filiformibus (B&H), the disc outspread, thin, with the stylopodia small in the center or with the styles filiform at the base.

- [Umbelliferae] Stylopodia ad glandulas dorsales ad basin stylorum reducta in Actinoto (B&H), the stylopodia reducted to the dorsal glandules at the base of the syles of Actinotus.

- [Umbelliferae] Discum seu stylopodia semper floris hermaphroditi descripsimus, in flore masculo saepissime magis depressus est (B&H), the disc or stylopodia we described always of the hermaphrodite flower, in the male flower most often it is more depressed.

- [Umbelliferae] Discus epigynus,.a staminibua petalisque distinctus, 2-lobus v. 2-partibilis, nunc explanatus, margine libero interdum elevato v. fere cupulato, integro v. undulato-crenato, nunc medio cum stylorum basibus conicis seu stylopodiis continuus, v. ad stylopodia conica v. depressa v. crasse pulvinata v. rarius ad glándulas 2 prope basin stylorum reductus. (B&H), the disc epigynous, separate from the stamens and petals, 2-lobed or 2-partible [i.e. whole, but able to be parted into two divisions] sometimes outspread, with the margine free, sometimes elevated or nearly cupulate, entire or undulate-crenate, sometimes in the middle with the bases of the styles conic or continuous with stylopodia, or to the conic or depressed or thickly pulvinate or more stylopodia or more rarely reducted to 2 glandules near the base of the styles.

- [Umbelliferae] Styli 2, distincti, filiformes, recti v. post anthesin acete recurvi, nunc brevissimi, nunc sub anthesi v. post anthesin elongandi, cum apice stylopodiorum conicorum continui v. e basi interiore stylopodiorum v. disci loborum oriundi (B&H), styles 2, separate, filiform, straight or after anthesis sharply recurved, sometimes very short, sometimes during anthesis or after anthesis elongating, continuous with the apex of the conic stylopodia or arising from the interior base of the stylopodia or of the disc of the lobes.

 

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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