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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ulterior,-ius (adj. compar.) farther, on the farther side; further; more remote, yonder; lying beyond what is revealed, avowed or eviden; lying beyond or outside the area of immediate interest; occurring later, subsequent (subsequently).
  [comparative of ulter,-tra,-trum, which is not used in classical Latin]
        singular  plural   
      m.  & f.        n.              m. & f.        n.   
Nom.   ulterior  ulterius          ulteriores     ulteriora   
Gen.       ulterioris                     ulteriorum   
Dat.       ulteriori                      ulterioribus     
Acc.   ulteriorem  ulterius        ulteriores     ulteriora   
Abl.       ulteriore                      ulterioribus      
- folia stipulis et pedicellis ulteriora, leaves farther than the stipules and pedicells.

- foliis quam stipulis ulterioribus, with the leaves further than the stipules.

- porus apicalis areolis ulterior, the apical pore farther than the areolae.

- labellum lobulis lateralibus quam intermediis ulterioribus, labellum, with the lateral lobules than the middle ones farther.

- neutrius fructus pro comparatione ulteriore habeo (F. Mueller), I have the fruit of neither [sc. species] for further comparison.

- ex adnotationibus ulterioribus in Lond, journ. of bot. 1846. p. 450. cl. auctores putavere, hanc speciem forte ad eorum genus Eccremidii pertinere, quum cujus theca matura nondum nota sit (C. Mueller), according to further remarks in the London Journal of Botany 1846 p. 450, the eminent authors [i.e. Hooker and Wilson] had supposed, this species to belong to their genus Eccremidium, seeing that its mature theca may be not yet known.

- [algae] in observatiuncula (symb. p .11 ) jam antea monui, Genera quae l.c. Sphaerococcoideis adnumeravi, in fructu capsulari differentias, ulteriori examini subjiciendas offerre (Agardh), in a minor remark (symb. p. 11) I have already promised before now, the genera which, in the places cited, I have included in the Sphaerococcoideae, to show the diversities in the capsular fruit [which] were to be subjected to further examination.

 

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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