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Noun1.Smyrnium - Alexanders
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Apiaceae, carrot family, family Apiaceae, family Umbelliferae, Umbelliferae - plants having flowers in umbels: parsley; carrot; anise; caraway; celery; dill
Alexander, Alexanders, black lovage, horse parsley, Smyrnium olusatrum - European herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in Britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb
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Kazayagi (E.O.7, ISTE 109542) Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Maydanoz Fuss (E.O.8) Smyrnium rotundifolium Mill.
Th IT Smyrniopsis aucheri Boiss He IT Smyrnium cordifolium Boiss He IT Solanum melongena L.
Their occurrence can be explained by the fact that these molecules are considered to be precursors of sesquiterpene lactones [10] which are in turn regarded as marker compounds of the genus Smyrnium [11].
Roedd cnwd o foresg (Ammophila arenaria; marram) yn tyfu o boptu'r llwybr a dail ir ar y dulys (Smyrnium olusatrum; alexanders).
minima [I.sup.+1] [I.sup.+1] Fritillaria elwesii (End.) [I.sup.+1] [I.sup.+1] Verbascum myriocarpum (End.) [I.sup.+1] Linum virgultarum [I.sup.+1] Muscari comosum [I.sup.+1] Valerianella discoidea [I.sup.+1] Opopanax hispidus [I.sup.+1] Smyrnium connatum [I.sup.+1] Michauxia campanuloides [I.sup.+1] Hyoscyamus aureus Rubus sanctus Hedera helix Plantago lanceolata [I.sup.+1] Communities No 3 4 The number of sample 21 18 areas(releves) Size of releves ([m.sup.2]) 128 128 Altitude (m) 450-1100 400-1062 Inclination (0) 20-50 5-60 Total coverage (%) 60-90 75-95 Parent rock (limestone=l) 1 1 Characteristic species of Crataegus monogyna-Pinus brutia community Pinus brutia [II.sup.11] Phlomis leucophracta (End.) [III.sup.+1-12] [III.sup.+1-11] Crataegus monogyna subsp.
Roedd dail y dulys ym mhobman (Smyrnium olusatrum; Alexanders), yn sgleinio'n ir yn haul y pnawn ac roedd arogl cnau coco'n codi'n gryf o'r eithin.
Alexanders Latin: Smyrnium olusatrum Where: Around old monasteries and castles and other places where it was once cultivated as a celery-like vegetable and for medicinal uses.
An humble Mediterranean weed called smyrnium perfoliatum is spreading across woodlands and smothering the bluebells.
Jun 1835.--Type: Smyrnium L., 1753.--Validated by diagnoses in English.--[MAGNOLIOPHYTA].--SMYR