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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
utrinque (adv.), utrimque (adv.), utrinsecus (adv.): from or on both sides or parts, on the one side and on the other; above and below, on both ends, on the one side and on the other; both ways;

utrimquesecus (adv.): along or on both sides, on either hand;

- conidia cylindracea, utrinque rotundata, dilute olivacea, conidia cylindric, rounded at each end, light olive-green.

- lamina utrinsecus glabrata, blade glabrate on both sides.

- sori impressi, utrinque ad costulam 4-6, margini approximati, sori impressed, on both sides at the costule 4-6, near to the margin.

- amphigastria utrinsecus libera, underleaves on both sides free.

- lamina utrinque glabra, the lamina glabrous on both sides.

- siliqua late ovoideo-oblonga, utrinque obtusa, epicarpio spongioso, endocarpio osseo (B&H), silique broadly ovoid-oblong, on both ends obtuse, with a spongy epicarpium, a bony endocarpium.

- pollinia in quoque loculo solitaria, péndula, caudiculis hyalino-dilatatis utrinque dente erecto fusco auctis corpúsculo elongato affixis (B&H), the pollinia in each locule solitary, pendulous, with the caudicle hyaline-dilated, on both parts enlarged with an erect, blackish-brown tooth, attached by an elongate body.

 

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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