Clavis Anglica Linguae Botanicae

Clavis Anglica Linguae Botanicae

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1789 edition. Excerpt: ...seed having a single feed, as the Polygonum, Collinsonia. Monospermi Arilli: each arillus containing a single seed, as in Lavatera, Malva, &c. MILIARIS Scabrities milium, a small grain called millet a species of glandular Scabrities, on the surface of some plants, like grains of millet. MUCOR, mould: a genus of Fungi in the class Cryptogamia. ' MUCRONATUM Folium a, -?oj, longus, long Mucro signisies the sharp point of a sword or dagger; so that mucronatum, regarding the apex apex of a leaf, indicates its terminating m a point, as in the Bromelia ananas. Mucronatus Scirpus, the pointed bulrush. MULTIFIDUM Fslium ex multus, many, & findo, to cleave, or divide divided into many parts, by linear stnuses and straight margins. See Fijsum. Multifidut Flos: Laciniatus of Tournefort; Monopetaloides of others. Multifida cor oil; in Soldanella. Bot. Mag. 49 MVLTlFI, ORJSPeduncu!6smultus, many, & flos, . flower bearing many flowers: producing many fructisications on each Peduncufus, as in Brozvallia elata. Bot. Mag. 33. Multiflorus Calyx, common to many flosculi, as in Scabiosa, & the class Syngenejia. Multiflorus Caulis, as in the Iris variegata. Bot. Mag. 16. Multiflorus Scapus: stalk bearing many flowers, as in the Primula auricula, & villosa. Bot. Mag. 14. MULTIPARTITUM Folium multus, many, many, & partitus, divided consisting of many divisions, usque ad bajin, down to the base. MUTIPLEX Corolla multus, & plicate, to fold Manifold: not multiplied, but divided into many segments: such seems to be the Linnaean acceptation: he applies it, in his generic character, to the corolla of the Caclusi but in his synopsis at the head of the class, he substitutes the word multifida. MULTILOCULARIS Drupa multus, Si loculus, a little cell A...show more

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  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 104g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236635914
  • 9781236635914