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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
uni-: in L. comp., one-; in Gk. comp. see mon-, mono-, one-;

- uniaperturatus, with one aperture or opening; uniaristatus, with one awn; unibracteatus, with one bract; unicapsularis, with all the carpels united into one capsule; unicaulis, with a single stalk or stem; unicellularis, one-celled; unicolor,-oris, with one color; unifarius, in one row; uniglumis, with one glume; unijugus, with one pair of leaflets; unilabiatus, one-lipped; unilateralis, one-sided; unilocularis, one-chambered, with one cavity; uninervis, univervius, one-nerved; uniovulatus, with the ovule solitary; unipolaris,-e, with one pole; unipapillosus, with a single papilla per cell; uniseptatus, with one septum; uniserialis, uniseriatus, in one row; univalvis, one-valved; univerticillatus, with one verticil or whorl; univittatus, one-banded.

NOTE: in Greek compounds the prefix is mono- or mon-, hence monoverticillate is incorrect as this is a mix of Greek + Latin: = univerticillate.

 

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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