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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) (ar)
  • In gergo botanico è la caduta prematura dei frutti di una pianta in seguito a fattori endogeni o a problemi legati alla pianta stessa. Casmofita Pianta rupicola le cui radici si insinuano nelle fessure delle rocce. Caudicola Tessuto o cordoncello atto a legare il retinacolo ai pollini. Si trova nel rostello (parte del gimnostemio). Caule Sinonimo di fusto. Caulino Posizionato nella parte aerea di uno stelo (caule). Cenocarpico Quando i carpelli (e gli ovari) e quindi anche i frutti sono concentrati attorno ad un asse comune. Cespitoso Si dice di una pianta che sviluppa, dalla radice, numerosi fusti. Ciclico Si dice di un fiore quando è composto da più verticilli sovrapposti (es.: calice - corolla - androceo - gineceo). Ciglia Peli disposti su una linea che ornano qualche parte di una pianta. Cigliato Bordato da ciglia. Cleistogama Pianta con fiori che non si schiudono. Clinadrio Struttura inserita nel ginostemio contenente le masse polliniche prive di caudicole. Clorofilla Pigmento fotosintetico presente nei cloroplasti delle cellule vegetali che permette la fotosintesi grazie all'assorbimento di energia radiante. Collare La parte in cui la lamina fogliare e la guaina si uniscono. Può essere: ampio, medio o sottile. Composta Si dice di una foglia formata da più lamine separate. Concettacolo (1) Organo che racchiude gli organi riproduttori di alcune Crittogame; (2) complesso delle logge pericarpiche. Conduplicata Generalmente si tratta di una lamina (foglia) che è piegata in due nel senso della lunghezza (longitudinalmente). È una carenatura molto marcata. Connati Organi aderenti per disposizione congenita; ad esempio le foglie delle stesso tipo congiunte assieme per il loro lembo basale intorno allo stelo. Conniventi Sono petali o sepali (o altri organi) molto vicini tra di loro e generalmente paralleli all'asse principale. Contrattile Si dice di una radice che serve per l'interramento della base del fusto ed a mantenerlo ad un giusto livello rispetto al terreno (es. piante con bulbo). Convoluto Avvolto, che ha uno sviluppo avvolgente ad esempio di certe foglie o dei denti di deiscenza di una capsula. Cordato A forma di cuore rovesciato, con la punta verso l'esterno. Corimbo Infiorescenza i cui peduncoli dei fiori partono da diverse altezze dell'asse primario e raggiungono lo stesso piano - a forma di ombrella. Cormo Corpo delle piante superiori organizzato nei tre organi fondamentali: radice, fusto e foglia. Corolla Parte fiorale composta dai petali che possono essere liberi o più o meno congiunti. Corologia La corologia (o fitogeografia corologica) è la disciplina che studia la distribuzione geografica delle piante. Crenato Margine di una lamina fogliare con denti arrotondati. Criofila Specie adattata a vivere in ambienti molto freddi o posti ad altitudini elevate. Crioturbato Si dice di un suolo alterato dalle basse temperature e da un clima molto freddo. Culmo Il fusto erbaceo delle graminaceae. (it)
  • Hieronder staat een lijst van botanische begrippen. Zie ook voor terminologie: beschrijvende plantkunde, waar de begrippen in samenhang worden gepresenteerd. Wanneer een in deze lijst genoemd begrip niet apart wordt beschreven dan wordt doorverwezen naar een tekstgedeelte waarin het begrip wordt uitgelegd. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · (nl)
  • Glossário da morfologia vegetal, ou terminologia descritiva das plantas, é a designação dada ao conjunto de termos utilizados por botânicos, taxonomistas e outros biólogos na descrição técnica da morfologia vegetal. Esta terminologia foi desenvolvida ao longo dos séculos criando um vocabulário específico, maioritariamente com etimologia neolatina e neo-helénica, que inclui um elevado número de termos especificamente criados para descrever os órgãos das plantas e as suas partes que podem ser observados com o olho humano usando não mais do que uma lupa de mão. Estes termos são utilizados para identificar e classificar as plantas. (pt)
  • This glossary is incomplete; you can help by expanding it: you can also help by adding illustrations that assist an understanding of the terms. (en)
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  • a tube, pore or passage with a narrow internal cross-section.
  • In botany, describing leaves or flowers that are in the usual position, but are borne on a petiole or pedicel, respectively, that is twisted 360 degrees. The term is used to describe organs, such as orchid flowers, that are usually resupinate. compare: [[#resupinate]]
  • a group of carpels when the carpels are united by the fusion of their walls.
  • undifferentiated tissue growth formed in response to wounding; may be grown in vitro.
  • in statistics, the whole group of items or individuals under investigation.
  • the scales covering a leaf or flower bud, or a reduced scale like leaf surrounding the bud. Buds lacking perulae are referred to as 'naked'
  • all the plants growing in a certain region or country.
  • a thin flange of tissue extending beyond the normal outline of a structure, e.g. on the column of some orchids, on stems, on petioles.
  • a group of organisms of one species, occupying a defined area and usually isolated to some degree from other similar groups.
  • , a protruding mass of tissue.
  • agricultural weed: an unwanted plant which grows among agricultural crops.
  • seeds or fruits which germinate before being shed from the parent plant.
  • a flattened epidermal outgrowth, such as those commonly found on the leaves and rhizomes of ferns.
  • in grasses, a hardened extension from the base of a floret which may or may not elongate and is often covered in hairs or bristles.
  • Chaffy scales on the receptacles of many Asteraceae.
  • environmental weed: naturalised, exotic or ecologically 'out-of-balance' indigenous species outside the agricultural or garden context which, as a result of invasion, adversely affects the survival or regeneration of indigenous species in natural or partly natural vegetation communities .
  • Such a stem or runner
  • of a pollen grain; production of a pollen tube when contacting a stigma receptive to it.
  • a reduced or rudimentary leaf, for example around a dormant bud.
  • a range of cultivated plants of a species or hybrid which may exhibit variation but share one or more characters, which makes it worth distinguishing them as a unit.
  • a crop species in the family Fabaceae.
  • a cup enclosing the stigma in Goodeniaceae.
  • a fiber cell.
  • a fused aggregate of [[#sporangia
  • a plant belonging to the Fabaceae family).
  • a short shoot.
  • cavity of an anther or ovary.
  • the period during which pollen is presented and/or the stigma is receptive.
  • recording a new cultivar name with a statutory authority like the Plant Breeder’s Rights Office.
  • in orchids, fleshy outgrowths from the labellum which can be variously shaped from papillae to plates
  • lens-shaped.
  • like a trapezium
  • of a plant, the artificial union of plant parts.
  • of dense vegetation that covers the ground.
  • a membranous expansion of a fruit or seed which aids in dispersal, for instance on pine seeds.
  • recording a trademark with a trade marks office.
  • slender, hair-like.
  • strap-shaped.
  • thread, one or a few cells thick.
  • of seeds, describing the complex sequence of physiological and structural changes that occur from resting to growth stage.
  • in ecology, the blade of a leaf or leaflet that has a surface area 4500–18225 mm2; A plant, or vegetation, that has mesophyll leaves.
  • a nutritive tissue surrounding the embryo of the seed, usually triploid, originating from the fusion of both polar nuclei with one gamete after the fertilization of the egg.
  • plants derived from a hybrid in which one or more of the parent species is not known or is of uncertain origin.
  • of a spore of fungi/bacterium; change of state – from resting to vegetative.
  • small membranous appendage on the top of the sheath of grass leaves.
  • an enumeration of them, generally with a guide to their identification . In this case 'flora' is written with a capital F.
  • a type of vernation in which one leaf is rolled up inside another.
  • with more than two of the basic sets of chromosomes in the nucleus; any sporophyte with cells containing three or more complete sets of chromosomes. Various combinations of words or numbers with '-ploid' indicate the number of [[#haploid
  • any flexible, strong, stringy, and very elongate structure.
  • in Melaleuca, the united portion of a stamen bundle.
  • In botany, describing leaves or flowers that are in an inverted position because the petiole or pedicel, respectively, is twisted 180 degrees. compare: [[#hyper-resupinate]]
  • mesophyll tissue, photosynthetic tissue of a leaf, the central tissues between the upper and lower epidermis.
  • a term applied to describe a plant that covers the soil surface so densely that it smothers all beneath it.
  • plants selected to produce a root system with some specific attribute, e.g. a virus-free rootstock.
  • a kind of sac formed by the adherent bases of the two lateral sepals in certain orchids.
  • Scandent plants climbing by means of trailing or twining stem or runner.
  • a type of vernation of two leaves at a node, in which one half of each leaf is exposed and the other half is wrapped inside the other leaf.
  • in grasses, a hardened ring of tissue surmounting the lemma in some species.
  • basic unit of plant structure, generally consisting of compartments in a viscous fluid surrounded by a wall.
  • all individuals of one or more species within a prescribed area.
  • the development of plantlets on non-floral organs e.g. leaves.
  • the act of recording a new cultivar name with an International Cultivar Registration Authority.
  • as an invalid name derived from horticultural writings of confused authorship.
  • In lichenology, referring to either having or being a fruiting body that lies flat on the substrate, with the hymenium either over the whole surface or at the periphery.
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  • with three chambers) sporangia of the whisk fern Psilotum.
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  • cespitose
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  • cladode
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  • climber
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  • clone
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  • cochleariform
  • cochleate
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  • coenocyte
  • collenchyma
  • colleter
  • columella
  • column
  • columnar
  • commercial name
  • commissure
  • compressed
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  • conspecific
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  • cortex
  • corticolous
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  • cristarque cell
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) (ar)
  • Hieronder staat een lijst van botanische begrippen. Zie ook voor terminologie: beschrijvende plantkunde, waar de begrippen in samenhang worden gepresenteerd. Wanneer een in deze lijst genoemd begrip niet apart wordt beschreven dan wordt doorverwezen naar een tekstgedeelte waarin het begrip wordt uitgelegd. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · (nl)
  • Glossário da morfologia vegetal, ou terminologia descritiva das plantas, é a designação dada ao conjunto de termos utilizados por botânicos, taxonomistas e outros biólogos na descrição técnica da morfologia vegetal. Esta terminologia foi desenvolvida ao longo dos séculos criando um vocabulário específico, maioritariamente com etimologia neolatina e neo-helénica, que inclui um elevado número de termos especificamente criados para descrever os órgãos das plantas e as suas partes que podem ser observados com o olho humano usando não mais do que uma lupa de mão. Estes termos são utilizados para identificar e classificar as plantas. (pt)
  • This glossary is incomplete; you can help by expanding it: you can also help by adding illustrations that assist an understanding of the terms. (en)
  • In gergo botanico è la caduta prematura dei frutti di una pianta in seguito a fattori endogeni o a problemi legati alla pianta stessa. Casmofita Pianta rupicola le cui radici si insinuano nelle fessure delle rocce. Caudicola Tessuto o cordoncello atto a legare il retinacolo ai pollini. Si trova nel rostello (parte del gimnostemio). Caule Sinonimo di fusto. Caulino Posizionato nella parte aerea di uno stelo (caule). Cenocarpico Quando i carpelli (e gli ovari) e quindi anche i frutti sono concentrati attorno ad un asse comune. Cespitoso Si dice di una pianta che sviluppa, dalla radice, numerosi fusti. Ciclico Si dice di un fiore quando è composto da più verticilli sovrapposti (es.: calice - corolla - androceo - gineceo). Ciglia Peli disposti su una linea che ornano qualche parte di una piant (it)
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  • قائمة مصطلحات علم النبات (ar)
  • Glossaire de botanique (fr)
  • Glossario botanico (it)
  • Botanische woordenlijst (nl)
  • Glossário da morfologia vegetal (pt)
  • Glossary of botanical terms (en)
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