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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ventral lamina: in mosses (Fissidens), see apical lamina (Magill 1990).
ventral-intercalary branching, in leafy liverworts “loosely used for any ventral branch formed well below the apex; branches not associated with a modified underleaf and usually with a collar at the base. Except for the rare Acromastigium-type branch, all ventral branches in liverworts are intercalary branches” (Magill 1990): [ramificatio,-onis (s.f.III) ventrali-intercalaris,-e (adj.B), ventrali-intercalarius,-a,-um (adj.A); ventraliter (adv.) intercalaris; see intercalary;

- ramificatio districtim ventraliter intercalaris, branching strictly ventral intercalary.

- ramificans saepissime laterali- atque ventrali-intercalariter, branching nearly always lateral- and ventral-intercalary.

 

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