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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
transformatus,-a,-um (part.A): transformed, changed, altered [> L. transformo,-avi,-atum, 1. to change in shape, transform] + in and acc.;

- glomeruli pedunculati, post anthesin in capitula globosa sepalis abortivis rigide setigera transformati (B&H), glomerules pedunculate, after anthesis transformed into globose capitula, rigidly setigerous with undeveloped sepals.

- (algae) frondes membranaceo-corneae, Favellidia semiprostantia, intra stratum frondis externum in pericarpium subtransformatum nidulantia (Agardh), the fonds membranaceous to the texture of horn, the favellidia somewhat projecting, nesting within an outer layer of the frond, almost transformed into a pericarpium.

- (algae) hinc ad basin foliolorum prolificantium residua nonduni transforniata nematheciorum observantur et organa formant, quae a Greville ut nemathecia generis descripta fueruut (Agardh), hence at the base of the proliferating leaflets the residue of the not yet transformed nemathecia are observed and the organs formed which by Greville had been described as the nemathecia of the genus.

 

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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