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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Triad, a union or group of three related things; in Palmae, a special group of 2 lateral staminate and a central pistillate flower, structurally a short cincinnus: trias,-adis(s.f.III), abl. sg. triade, dat. & abl. pl. triadibus [> L. trias,-adis (s.f.III) = Gk. trias, the number three, a triad]; see dyad;

- triadibus duabus sessilibus, with triads two, sessile

- flores sex, sessiles, ad apicem in triades duabus sessiles aggregati capitulum formantes bracteis bracteolisque perparvis (1 mm) praeditum, flowers six, sessile, crowded at the tip in two sessile triads forming a capitulum, with very small (1 mm) bracts and bracteoles.

 

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