yellow dock

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Noun1.Yellow dock - European dock with broad obtuse leaves and bitter rootstock common as a weed in North Americayellow dock - European dock with broad obtuse leaves and bitter rootstock common as a weed in North America
sour grass, dock, sorrel - any of certain coarse weedy plants with long taproots, sometimes used as table greens or in folk medicine
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And make a note of the rumex crispus that's running riot round her rhubarb," he commanded.
Effects of chrysophanol, parietin, and nepodin of Rumex crispus on barley and cucumber powdery mildews.
And, the curly dock, Rumex crispus, and its little "brother," Rumex acetocella, are edible as greens, either in a salad or stewed.
El tercero estuvo conformado por 11 especies con los valores de importancia mas bajos, Epilobium ciliatum, Aster subulatus, Rorippa pinnata, Arenaria paludicola, Eleocharis densa, Polygonum lapathifolium, Rumex crispus, Arenaria bourgaei, Urtica dioica, Mimulus glabratus y Lilaea scilloides.
Effects of seed size on the germination and competitive ability of Rumex crispus and Rumex obtusifolia.
Companeras: Brachypodium phoenicoides 1, Briza maxima 2, Pyrus bourgaeana y Calluna vulgaris +, Arrhenatherum album 2 en 1; Sonchus oleraceus +, Blackstonia perfoliata 1, Dittrichia viscosa y Hyparrhenia hirta 2, Polypogon monspeliensis 3 en 2; Senecio jacobaea, Lotus pedunculatus, Cirsium arvense y Jasione montana +, Hypochoeris glabra 1 en 3; Cynodon dactylon y Daucus carota 2, Lamarckia aurea, Trifolium campestre y Rumex crispus 1, Lactuca virosa, Periballia involucrata, Micropyrum tenellum, Verbascum pulverulentum y Avena sterilis + en 4; Ononis cintrana +, Bellardia trixago, Trisetum flavescens, Chamaemelum nobile, Tolpis barbata, Anthoxanthum aristatum, Briza minor y Phalaris arundinacea 1, Chaetopogon fasciculatus y Linum angustifolium 2 en 5.
2002) y Espinosa (2006) denominan como "Lengua de vaca" corresponde al nombre vernaculo de Rumex crispus Bernal et al.