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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
unilateral, “one-sided” (Lindley); “one-sided, either originating or, usually, all turned to one side” (Jackson); involving or relating to one side; directed toward one side; “having dependent parts so oriented (a unilateral raceme) (unilateral flowers)” (WIII); affecting only one side of a body or organ; opp. periphericus,-a,-um (adj.A), peripheral, all around, on all sides; cf. bilateral; see ‘side;’ cf. secundus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v., parts or organs directed to one side only;

- floribus unilateralibus, with unilateral flowers (arranged on one side).

- racemae unilaterales, unilateral racemes (with flowers arranged on one side).

- stamina indefinita unilateralia v. peripherica, 2-oo-seriata,libera v. vix basi irregulariter coalita (B&H), stamens indefinite, on one side or circumferential, 2-[many]-seriate, free or scarcely at the base irregularly fused.—

- antherae lineares, subsessiles, in massam secundam aggregatae v. connatae (B&H), anthers linear, subsessile, aggregated or connate into a unilateral mass.

- discus unilateralis, obliquus, linguaeformis (B&H), the disc on one side, oblique, tongue-shaped.

- stamina indefinita, pauca v. oo, unilateralia v. peripherica (B&H), the stamens indefinite, few or [numerous, on one side [i.e. of the carpels] or peripheral [all around, on all sides].

 

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