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Wall: murus,-i (s.m.II), abl.sg. Muro, a "city-wall;" dissepimentum,-i (s.n.II), abl. Sg. Dissepimento "that i m sorry separates, a partition;" moenia,-ium (pl.n.III; singulars unknown),“the protective walls of a town; an area enclosed by walls; a fortified town or city (Glare);sepimentum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. Sepimento "partition, hedge, fence, enclosure"; septum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. Septo, "barrier, inclosure;" paries,-etis (s.m.III), abl. Sg. Pariete, q.v. A "house-wall; the partition in a building or room;" view replum, septum, trabecula, tunica; see partition; transeptum,-i (s.n.II) a cross obstacle or wall; see -tichus,-a,-um (adj.A); - in moeniis Romae Urbis, praesertim in interiori parte inter Portam S. Joannis, & S. Laurentii, reperitur etiam in externis Оstientibus moeniis advertisement Septemtrionem (Mich.), top top the strengthened walls that the City of Rome, chiefly in the interior part between the gate of Saint John and also Saint Lawrence, found additionally on the outer protective walls of Ostiensis in the northern part. - in ecclesiae muris, ~ above the wall surfaces of a church. - pariete tenui (adj.B), v a thin wall; pariete crasso (adj.A) v a thick wall. - parietibus tenuibus (adj.B), v thin walls; parietibus crassis (adj.A), with thick walls. - cellulae disci parietibus aequaliter atque pervalde incrassatis praeditae, cell of the disc listed with walls equally and also also an extremely strongly thickened. - parietes radiales cellularum epidermaticarum fibrosi porosi, radial wall surfaces of the epidermal cells fibrous, porose. - parietes tangentiales, tangential walls. - loculus in locellos parietibus communibus instructos divisus, locule divided into locelli listed with usual walls. - lumen ob parietum incrassationem fere nullum, advertisement rimam angustam reductum, lumen on account of the thickness of the walls almost none, diminished to a narrow fissure. - zygosporae atque aplanosporae abdominal gametangiis every parietes cellulosos sporangii separatae, zygospores and also aplanospores separated from the gametangia by the cellulose wall surfaces of the sporangium. NOTE: in classical Latin murus,-i came to the wall of a city, conversely, paries,-etis shows the wall (partition) that a house; cf. Puteale,-is (s.n.II)), abl. Sg. Puteale: a stone curb ring the mouth that a well; a similar curb put round any kind of spot (Lewis & Short). NOTE: muri are ridges on the pollen wall, separating lumina (spaces in between ridges) in reticulate pollen (Radford et al., 1974). NOTE: ‘thin-walled’ might be rendered together ‘leptodermous,’ the wall surface of the cell thinner than the cavity: leptodermus,-a,-um (adj.A), leptodermaticus,-a,-um (adj.A); pachydermus,-a,-um (adj.A), pachydermaticus,-a,-um (adj.A): pachydermous, ‘thick-walled.’ Contact-wall, tangential wall: view contact. Overcome or splitting wall, partition: dissepimentum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. Dissepimento; septum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. Septo; transeptum,-i (s.n.II), abl. Sg. Transepto. External spore wall: episporium,-ii (s.n.II), abl.sg. Episporio; exosporium, -ii (s.n.II), abl.sg. Exosporio. Between walls: intermuralis,-e (adj.B). Through horizontal and longitudinal walls: muriformis,-e (adj.B), "muriform, the same, similar thing brickwork in a wall: parallel rows, the ends of every unit situated above the center of the unit below" <> L. Murus,-i (s.m.II) a wall; a bank, mound, dam>; see muriformis,-e (adj.B): NOTE: a second meaning is "mouse-shaped." through two walls or coats: bitunicatus,-a,-um (adj.A). Within or in ~ the walls: intramuralis,-e (adj.B). Pertaining come the wall: parietalis,-e (adj.B), ‘parietal, borne ~ above the wall, pertaining come the wall,’ parietinus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. Tunicatus,-a,-um; - partes parietales in forma litterae H distinctae, parts pertaining come the wall surface in the shape of the letter H distinct.
-walled: in L. Comp.: -septatus,-a,-um (adj.A) in L. Comp.; - biseptatus, v two walls or septa; octoseptatus, with 8 walls. -tunicatus,-a,-um (adj.A): in L. Comp. In fungi, -coated; - crassitunicatus, v thick walls; glabritunicatus, v glabrous or smooth wall surfaces or coats; tenuitunicatus, v thin walls. In Gk. Comp.: -dermaticus,-a,-um (adj.A), dermus,-a,-um (adj.A), in Gk. Comp. "skinned"; - leptodermus (adj.A), leptodermaticus (adj.A) "thin-walled;" -desmaticus,-a,-um (adj.A) in Gk. Comp. "banded"; - pachydesmaticus,-a,-um (adj.A), with thick walls, bands or bonds. -phragm: -phragma,-atis (s.n.III), abl. Sg. -phragmate, in Gk. Comp., -screen, -partition; -phragmaticus,-a,-um (adj.A), pertaining come a display screen or a specified partition; - diaphragma,-atis (s.n.III), abl. Sg. Diaphragmate, diaphragm.
Wall-thinnings: areis tenuibus parietinis, i.e. With "thin wall surface areas" (area,-ae, s.f.I); area tenuiparietina (adj.A), thin-walled area. Wall-thickenings: areis crassis parietinis, i.e. V "thick wall surface areas" (area,-ae, s.f.I); area crassiparietina (adj.A), thick-walled area.
Wall-thinnings: areis tenuibus parietinis, i.e. V "thin wall surface areas" (area,-ae, s.f.I); area tenuiparietina (adj.A), thin-walled area. Wall-thickenings: areis crassis parietinis, i.e.

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Through "thick wall areas" (area,-ae, s.f.I); area crassiparietina (adj.A), thick-walled area.