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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
terminating in, ending in: abrumpens,-entis (part.B), breaking off, separating, severing; terminating or ending suddenly; terminans,-antis (part.B), with in + acc. [> L. termino,-avi,-atum 1,, to bound, limit, define, set bounds to; close, end, terminate, finish]; see finishing;

- apices acuti saepe abrumpentes, apices acute, often breaking off.

- costa in apiculum terminans, costa terminating in an apiculus.

- metulae in verticillum phialidum terminantes, metulae terminating in a verticil of phialids.

- lobo in cellulam unicam terminante, with the lobe terminating in a single cell.

- post 7 dies crescentia terminante, after 7 days with growth ending.

 

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