Lactuca sativa

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Noun1.Lactuca sativa - annual or perennial garden plant having succulent leaves used in saladsLactuca sativa - annual or perennial garden plant having succulent leaves used in salads; widely grown
lettuce - leaves of any of various plants of Lactuca sativa
genus Lactuca, Lactuca - an herb with milky juice: lettuce; prickly lettuce
lettuce - any of various plants of the genus Lactuca
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A member of the Longifolia/Asteraceae plant family, romaine lettuce or Lactuca sativa or "cos lettuce" is a type of lettuce available in certain parts of the world.
How is the salad plant Lactuca sativa commonly known?
Hence, this work aimed to evaluate the effect of physic nut oil from varieties considered toxic (containing known amount of phorbol ester) or non-toxic (without detectable phorbol ester), on meristematic cells of Lactuca sativa L.
The effects of red, blue, and white light-emitting diodes on the growth, development, and edible quality of hydroponically grown lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.
This study used the crop Lactuca sativa under a simulated protected culture system to evaluate the effects of a long-term exposure to Cr(VI) on the antioxidant status and genotoxic disorders in both organs (roots and shoots).
The following species were analyzed: green leaf lettuce varieties "Milena" (LM) and "Vanda" (LV) and iceberg lettuce (IL) (Lactuca sativa L.), common chicory (CC) (Cichorium intybus), escarole (ES) (Cichorium endivia), collard greens (CG) (Brassica oleracea L.), and parsley (PA) (Petroselinum crispum).
Thus, the goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of vermicompost and semicmpost made of cattle manure and pine sawdust mixed in different ratios with peat moss on seed germination and seedling development of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) and tomato (Solanum lycopersicon L.) under greenhouse conditions.