Brassica rapa


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Noun1.Brassica rapa - widely cultivated plant having a large fleshy edible white or yellow rootBrassica rapa - widely cultivated plant having a large fleshy edible white or yellow root
white turnip - white root of a turnip plant
turnip greens - tender leaves of young white turnips
Brassica, genus Brassica - mustards: cabbages; cauliflowers; turnips; etc.
turnip plant - any of several widely cultivated plants having edible roots
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Brassica rapa plants pollinated by bumblebees evolve more attractive flowers.
The turnip (Brassica rapa) is a cruciferous root vegetable in the mustard family, along with cauliflower, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts.
The impact of genome triplication on tandem gene evolution in Brassica rapa. Front.
By what name is the plant Brassica rapa, cultivated for its edible root, better known?
One variety that originated with Koreans and has spread to the four corners of the earth and to outer space is "baechu" kimchi (Brassica rapa group spiced with garlic-seasoned red chili pepper and other subingredients according to one's liking).
Previous work has shown evidence for adaptive evolution in flowering time and other traits in Brassica rapa (field mustard) in response to drought [22].
Seis especies vegetales son consumidas en las tres areas estudiadas (Cuadro 1), cuatro de estas son malezas o plantas ruderales introducidas (Taraxacum officilale, Solanum rostratum, Brassica rapa, Argemone platyceras), que las ardillas estan consumiendo con alta frecuencia.
At least three species have been cultured for this purpose, namely Brassica rapa L., B.
Byun et al., "Association of molecular markers derived from the BrCRISTO1 gene with prolycopene-enriched orange-colored leaves in Brassica rapa," Theoretical & Applied Genetics, vol.