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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subdivided: having further divided what has already been divided; the parts of something divided into more parts; divided into several parts [> L. divido, divisi, divisum, 3, to separate, part, divide, to force asunder]; with in (‘into’) + acc.; see parted;

- loculum vacuum intus saepe lamina verticali subdivisum relinquente (B&H), empty locule often subdivided within by a relictual vertical lamina.

- ovarium 1-loculare v. septis parietalibus prominentibus et basi in medio cavitate saepe coalitis subdivisum (B&H), ovary with one locule or subdivided with prominent parietal septa often fused at the base in the middle cavity.

- stylus indivisus v. in ramos breves erectos subdivisus (B&H), style undivided or subdivided into short, erect branches.

- stylus 3-4-sulcus v. in lobos 3-4 breves erectos clavato-stigmatosos subdivisus(B&H), style 3-4-sulcate or subdivided into 3-4 short erect clavate-stigamtose lobes.

NOTE: also iterum (adv.), ‘again, a second time’ and subinde (adv.), ‘repeatedly’ + divisus,-a,-um (part.A);

- folium iterum vel subinde divisum, the leaf again or repeatedly divided.

- cellulae prolongantur, subinde dividuntur, et tota frons increscit, the cells are prolonged, repeatedly divided and the whole frond increases.

 

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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