Pastinaca


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Noun1.Pastinaca - a rosid dicot genus of the family UmbelliferaePastinaca - a rosid dicot genus of the family Umbelliferae; includes parsnips
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Apiaceae, carrot family, family Apiaceae, family Umbelliferae, Umbelliferae - plants having flowers in umbels: parsley; carrot; anise; caraway; celery; dill
Pastinaca sativa, parsnip - a strong-scented plant cultivated for its edible root
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The ability of species in Depressariinae to metabolize toxins led Berenbaum (1983) to speculate that populations of Depressaria pastinacella Stainton 1849 could have coevolved with populations of its toxic hostplant Pastinaca sativa L.
Other examples of genera with winged fruits not included in that study include Anethum, Angelica, Cymopterus, Ferula, Heracleum, Laserpitium, Ligusticum, Lomatium, Pastinaca, and Thapsia.
The root vegetable Pastinaca sativa is better known as what?
He gave the scientific name Daucus carota for the carrot and Pastinaca sativa for the parsnip.
Dasyatis pastinaca Dipturus batis Dipturus linteus Dipturus oxyrinchus * Gymnura altavela * Leucoraja circularis Leucoraja fullonica Leucoraja naevus Manta birostris Mobula mobular * Myliobatis aquila Pteromylaeus bovinus ?
Experiments with the tool were conducted in a University of Illinois (UT) laboratory using leaves of wild parsnip -- Pastinaca sativa -- and cabbage loopers -- Trichoplusia ni.
In Sermon 48, for example, the male of the species Dasyatis pastinaca, or large European stingray, is presented as a model husband & father by virtue of its habit of extracting a mucilaginous protein from seaweed with which it weaves an impenetrable & edible fortress around itself & its family sufficient to sustain them over the long benthic winter.
This is the third discovery made by Ecopetrol in the CPO-10 block, after the Pastinaca and Cusuco discoveries announced in March and May 2013 respectively.
1) Galium album Leucanthemum vulgare C/CSR Medicago lupulina R/SR Medicago sativa C/CSR Medicago x varia C/CSR Melilotus albus CR Orchis militaris (#) S/SR Orthilia secunda Pastinaca sativa 2 (0.
The stingrays, are animals that we find along our coasts, they rather like slightly deep sandy funds where they stay still, they are not aggressive but in the case of any member of the pastinaca, if they feel threatened, they can shake their tales stinging their spines, that it doesn't contains a toxin but also can produce tearing of the skin [1,7] .