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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Telium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. telio: a pustule-shaped sorus formed on the tissue of a plant infected by a rust fungus, producing teliospores; a sorus producing teliospores; Arthur’s term for teleutosorus (Jackson); “final sorus of the rusts, producing the ‘teliospores,’ designated by the numeral III” (S&D); an aggregation of teliospores often stalked and either forming a subcuticular or subepidermal cushion or rupturing the host tissue to form an open sorus” (WIII) [> Gk. telos, completion];

- telia in foliolis abundantia, amphigena sed in pagina inferiore (abaxiali) foliolorum plura, telia on leaflets abundant, on both surfaces but on the lower (abaxial) surface of the leaflets more.

- teliis hypophyllis, urediniis adsociatis, minutissimis, ceraceis, rotundatis, subepidermalibus, tandem erumpentibus, cinnamomeo-brunneis, hymenio concavo, with the telia hypophyllous, associated with the uredinia, very minute, waxy, rounded, subepidermal, in the end rupturing, cinnamon-brown, with a convace hymenium.

- telia intra-epidermalia, the telia intra-epidermal.

 

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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