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German term or phrase:Brutkuppen
English translation:bulbils
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11:20 Mar 6, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
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German term or phrase: Brutkuppen
I’ve transcribed the original German text (*) for contextual purposes below and my adaptation thereof (**)(i.e. my flailing attempts to get the terminology right), e.g. Brutkuppen, Achseln,

(*)Feuerlilie (Lilium bulbiferum): Auf sonnigen Höhen, an Waldrändern und auf Bergwiesen gedeiht die Feuerlilie. Ihre schmalen Blätter sind wechselständig und trage öfters in den Achseln kleine Brutkuppen. Blütezeit Mai bis Juli. Geschützt!

(**)Orange Lily; Fire Lily (Lilium bulbiferum): Thrives in sunny highlands, at the edge of forests and in mountain meadows. Its narrow leaves are alternate and often carry/ sprout /___ Brutkuppen buds in their indentations/cavities/hollows Achseln. Bloom from May to July. Protected!
Beth
bulbils
Explanation:
please see
http:/botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/l/liltig25.htm:

lilies are propagated from bulbils produced in the axils of the leaves.
HTH
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nabulbilsUschi (Ursula) Walke
napollen sacks
Vesna Zivcic


  

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3 hrs
pollen sacks


Explanation:
1. You MUST visit this site:

www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/webb/BOT201/Angiosperm/flower...

"Cross Section of Lily Flower showing the Sepals, Petals, Androecium (Anthers) and Gynoecium (Carpels)"

2. All you ever wanted to know about Lilium bulbiferum - visit this amazing site:

www.pss.uvm.edu/pss123/bullily.html
Other suggstions:

Achseln - Kelchblätter -> sepals
Anther - Staubgefäß -> pollen sack
Gynoecium - Fruchtblatt -> carpel
Have you considered using "petals" instead of "leaves"?


    see above
Vesna Zivcic
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4 hrs
bulbils


Explanation:
please see
http:/botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/l/liltig25.htm:

lilies are propagated from bulbils produced in the axils of the leaves.
HTH


    as above
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