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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
transversus,-a,-um (part.A): turned across, traversed, going or lying across, crosswise, transverse, traverse, athwart [> L. transverto,-ti,-sum, 3, to turn or direct across or athwart];

- pyrenoide unica prominenti per membranas thylakoidium unicas vel plures transversa, with a single prominent pyrenoid traversed by one or more thylakoid membranes membranes of thylakoids].

- folium lineis transversum, leaf by lines traversed.

- via transversa, a cross-street, cross-road.

- folia insertione obliqua vel transversa, leaves with the insertion oblique to transverse.

subtransversus,-a,-um (adj.A): somewhat transverse, as an insertion;

- insertione subtransversa, with the insertion somewhat transverse.

NOTE: transeptatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with all cross walls transverse.

 

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