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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
totidem (adj. indecl.): just so many times, just as often; just so many, just as many; + quot, ‘as;’

- laminis totidem quot undulationibus, with just as many laminae as undulations (Stearn).

- [moss] peristomium interius e membrana vix exserta, obsolete sedecies carinato-plicata, apice fissa in [+ acc.] processus totidem angustos (DozyMoek), the peristome internally from a scarcely exserted membrane, weakly 16-times keeled-plicate, [the membrane] at the apex split into as many narrow processes.

- petala octo sunt et totidem sepala, there are eight petals and just as many sepals.

- quattuor nervi e totidem locis ad basem exorientes, there are four nerves arising from just as many places at the base.

- sepala 2-5, rarius 6; petala totidem v. plura v. abortu pauciora, sepals 2-5, more rarely 6; petals just as many or more or fewer by abortion.

- sepala 4 (v. 5 ?). Petala totidem, tenuia, subaequalia (B&H), sepals 4 (or 5?). Petals just as many, thin, not quite equal.

- stamina 2-seriata, exteriora (5) fertilia basi monadelpha, interiora totidem sterilia, post anthesin in conum torum subclaudentem coalita (B&H), the stamens in 2 series, the outer (5) fertile, at the base monadelphous, the inner just as many sterile, after the period of flowering fused into a cone somewhat including the torus.

- FUIRENA [Cyperaceae] squamellae hypogynae 3, latae, saepe stipitatae, interdum cum setis totidem alternantes, rarius minutae v. evanidae (B&H), the hypogynous squamellae 3, broad, often stalked, sometimes just as many alternating with the setae.

- [Saxifrageae] stamina 5, hypogyna v. perigyna, staminodiis totidem clavatis cuneatis v. multifidis cum laciniis glanduliferis alternantia (B&H), the stamens 5, hypogynous or perigynous, with just as many staminodia club-shaped, cuneate or multifid alternating with the lacinia.

Note: quot = ‘as many, so many.’

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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