Sinapis alba


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Related to Sinapis alba: Brassica hirta, Mustard plant
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Noun1.Sinapis alba - Eurasian mustard cultivated for its pungent seeds; a source of table mustard and mustard oil
mustard seed - black or white seeds ground to make mustard pastes or powders
mustard - any of several cruciferous plants of the genus Brassica
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The most common types of mustard are Sinapis alba (also called Brassica alba , yellow mustard or white mustard) and Brassica juncea (also called brown or Indian mustard).
The experiments showed the hardy plant known by the scientific name Sinapis alba, "could act as a time capsule whose analysis could provide molecular evidence for the prior presence of VX," according to a study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A.
White mustard (Sinapis alba), another crop that is fairly new to Washington growers, is also in the mix.
juncea com diferentes niveis de sinigrina e Sinapis alba (L.) (Cruciferae) com variados teores de sinalbina, tambem um glucosinolato, nao apresentaram diferencas, indicando que tanto a composicao quanto os niveis dessas substancias secundarias podem interferir na oviposicao, mas nao tem efeito na alimentacao de ambos os insetos.
In previous research, we screened a number of genotypes of Brassicaceae for resistance to root maggot infestations and identified Sinapis alba L.
When it comes to condiments to enhance our foods, very few can predate the classic mustard derived from Sinapis alba, a beautiful flowering plant that is grown throughout the world, but is especially popular in the Mediterranean and the United Kingdom.