Stricto

Some articles on stricto:

Hemerocallidaceae - Circumscription
... In the narrower of these circumscriptions, Hemerocallidaceae sensu stricto, it consists of 12 genera and 40 to 50 species ... Johnsoniaceae and Hemerocallidaceae sensu stricto form a clade that has strong statistical support ... One study found Johnsoniaceae to be embedded in Hemerocallidaceae sensu stricto, but this result did not have strong bootstrap support ...
Anopheles Gambiae
... quadriannulatus Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto Despite being morphologically indistinguishable, individual species of Anopheles gambiae complex exhibit different behavioural traits ... animals) whereas Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto is generally anthropophilic (taking its blood meal from humans) ... the Goundry subgroup- of Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto has been described ...
Icacinaceae
... the family was split into four families in three different orders Icacinaceae sensu stricto (unplaced at order rank), Pennantiaceae (Apiales), Stemonuraceae (Aquifoliales) and Cardiopteridaceae (a ... Icacinaceae sensu stricto contains about 150 species, distributed into about 35 genera ... Icacinaceae sensu stricto is not monophyletic, but further studies will be needed before anyone can determine how it should be divided into segregate families ...
Sensu - Common Qualifiers
... Three such phrases are sensu stricto – "in the strict sense", abbreviation s.s ... Thus sensu stricto becomes sensu strictiore ("in the stricter sense" or "more strictly speaking") and sensu strictissimo ("in the strictest sense" or "most strictly speaking") ... word sensu Base phrase Comparative Superlative Meanings sensu stricto sensu strictiore sensu strictissimo in the strict/stricter/most strict sense sensu lato sensu ...
Agapanthus - Relationships
... latter two families would eventually become known as Alliaceae sensu stricto, and Amaryllidaceae sensu stricto ... it offered the option of combining Agapanthaceae, Alliaceae sensu stricto, and Amaryllidaceae sensu stricto to form a larger family, Alliaceae sensu lato ... two subfamilies are equivalent to the families Alliaceae sensu stricto, and Amaryllidaceae sensu stricto, respectively ...