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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ubi (adv. of time): when, whenever, as soon as; see 'when;'

- ubi vere ineunte, arbores foliosi, whenever spring comes in, the trees are full of leaves.

- petala longitudine varia, erecta ubi brevia, patentissima ubi elongata, petals in length varying, erect when short, most outspread when elongated (Stearn).

- planta ubi madida tum patens, plant when moist then spreading.

- foliis ubi veteribus involutis, with leaves, when old, involute.

- stipulis lanceolatis, ubi juvenibus tomentosis, ubi adultis glabris, with stipules lanceolate, when young, tomentose, when adult glabrous.

- cymis paucifloris pedunculatis axillaribus ad mediam partem ramuli ubi spina incipit insertis (Boissier), with the cymes few-flowered, pedunculate, inserted on the axils at the middle part of the branchlet where the spine begins.

 

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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