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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
terminal, end; at the end or apex, as opposed to lateral, q.v., final, last, concluding; “proceeding from the end” (Lindley): terminalis,-e (adj.B), apicalis,-e (adj.B), q.v.; extremus,-a,-um (adj.A) 'outermost, extreme, last, farthest; of degree or quality;' cf. postremus,-a,-um (adj.A) 'the last, final;' ultimus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘ultimate, farthest, most distant, last;’ the final section or division of a structure, see ultimate; see ultimus,-a,-um (adj.A); see apical;

- gemmae terminales, terminal buds, the growing end of a branch or stem.

- cellula,-ae (s.f.I) terminalis, cap-cell.

- ramulis terminalibus, with end branchlets.

- cellulae terminales rotundatae, terminal cells rounded.

- cellulis ultimis filamentorum parietibus crassis vel tenuibus, with end cells of the filaments with thick or thin walls.

- styli basi 0, faciei interiori carpellorum affixi nec vere terminales (B&H), styles at the base none, attached to the inner face of the carpels, not truly terminal.

- lapis,-idis (s.m.III) terminalis (adj.B), boundary stone.

- flores axillares terminalesve, solitarii v. paniculati (B&H), flowers axillary or terminal, solitary or paniculate.

peripherico-terminalis,-e (adj.B): “belonging to the circumference and apex of a body; a term applied to stems which grow both at the sides, augmenting their diameter, and at the end, increasing their length” (Lindley).

subterminalis,-e (adj.B), subapicalis,-e (adj.B): ending just before the apex.

Ramificatio intercalaris (adj.B), “in Hepaticae where branching arises below the apical cell” (Jackson).

Ramificatio terminalis (adj.B), “the branching arising from a division of the apical cell (Leitgeb)” (Jackson).

 

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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