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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
undivided: indivisus,-a,-um (adj.A); integer, integra, integrum (adj.A), 'entire, without teeth or lobes or notches; whole, undivided, simple, complete, perfect;' also simplex,-icis (adj.B) 'simple, unbranched'; see entire;

- parte folii basali indivisa latiore, by the undivided basal portion of the leaf broader.

- bractea intima indivisa integraque, with the innermost bract undivided and entire.

NOTE: 'indivisus' usually refers to an organ that is expected to be deeply parted or cleft; see divided.

 

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