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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
zonatus,-a,-um (adj.A): zoned, banded.
zonatus,-a,-um (adj.A): zoned, banded; “marked circularly, as the leaves of Pelargonium zonale (L’Hérit.)” (Jackson); zoned, “colored in rings or circles, as the cap of some Agarics (Stevenson)” (Jackson); “banded or with a girdle usually of a distinct color” (Stearn 1996); (fungi) “marked with concentric bands of color” (S&D) [> L. same as Greek: > Gk. zOnE, a belt, girdle, zone ‘worn about the loins’];

- (algae) Sphaerosporae sphaericae aut oblongae, morphosi cellularum peripheriae formatae, in sporas 4 divisione triangula, zonata aut cruciata divisae (Agardh), the sphaerospores either spherical or oblong, formed by a manner of development of the periphery of the cells, divided into 4 spores by a triangular, concentric or cruciate [i.e. in a cross-wise] division.

- [fungi] pileus obsolete zonatus, squamuloso-fibrillosu, valde rivulosus, disco demum fere nlger (S&A), the pileus faintly banded, squamulose-fibrillose [i.e. minutely scaly and with thin, firm fibers], strongly rivulose [i.e. with fine, irregular grooves], with the disc finally almost [shining] black.

 

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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