Nasturtium officinale


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Related to Nasturtium officinale: Pontederia cordata, Tropaeolum majus
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Noun1.Nasturtium officinale - perennial Eurasian cress growing chiefly in springs or running water having fleshy pungent leaves used in salads or as a potherb or garnishNasturtium officinale - perennial Eurasian cress growing chiefly in springs or running water having fleshy pungent leaves used in salads or as a potherb or garnish; introduced in North America and elsewhere
watercress - any of several water-loving cresses
genus Nasturtium, Nasturtium - aquatic herbs
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Which vegetable's scientific name is Nasturtium officinale? A Cabbage B Watercress C Lettuce D Onion 6.
Holmgren (1962) collected six submerged vascular species, Potamogeton alpinus, Potamogeton nodosus, Potamogeton pectinatus, Zannichellia palustris, Ranunculus gmelinii, and Nasturtium officinale, as well as the macro-algae Cladophora and Chara.
Nasturtium Officinale R.Br (watercress) from Brassicacea family is a perennial plant that thrives in cold water and is found in streams and contains vitamin A,C,E, gluconasturtine and minerals such as iron, phosphorus [27,12].
aC/ Sample-2: In this case, the juice was extracted from the leaves of Nasturtium officinale and treated like Pistia stratiotes as in the previous experiments.
Furthermore, seven species; Berberis lyceum, Nasturtium officinale, Oxalis stricta, Plantago major, Rumex hastatus, Sisymbrium officinale and Zanthoxylum alatum were collected from their natural habitat at their mature stage They were analyzed for their proximate composition, mineral contents, vitamin C, (beta) -carotene and anti-nutritional factors to evaluate their nutritive value in human diet.