cornelian cherry


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cornelian cherry

n.
1. A deciduous Eurasian shrub or small tree (Cornus mas) cultivated for its clusters of early blooming, small yellow flowers and cherrylike, edible, sour fruits.
2. The fruit of this plant, used for jellies and preserves.

[From cornel.]
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Noun1.cornelian cherry - deciduous European shrub or small tree having bright red fruitcornelian cherry - deciduous European shrub or small tree having bright red fruit
cornel, dogwood, dogwood tree - a tree of shrub of the genus Cornus often having showy bracts resembling flowers
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Next in that early season come two related big shrubs, the Japanese cornel dogwood (Cornus officinalis) and the cornelian cherry (C.
April motivates many people to plant trees across the country, including pine trees, Japanese cornelian cherry trees, fir trees and wild cherry trees.
In order to prepare gurgut, a mixture of minced akhta zogal (dried pitted Cornelian cherry), and fine-cut onions, lavashana, hot and sweet peppers is used as a stuffing for the fish.
Among many wild fruits, an interesting raw plant material from the viewpoint of chemical composition is fruits of cornelian cherry (Cornus mas L.).
Also, Mert (2009) investigated the pollen length pollen width intine and exine thickness of six cornelian cherry (Cornus mas L.) cultivars.
Cornelian cherry (Cornus mas L.) fruits have been used in traditional cuisine and in folk medicine in various countries.
The aim of present study was to investigate the effect of dietary cornelian cherry fruit (CCF) on plasma lipids, cortisol, T3 and T4 levels.
A parade of spring flowering trees starts with the yellow-blooming (in April) Cornelian cherry or (in May) the native, white flowering dogwood, or the (June-blooming) Japanese dogwood.
Guleryuz, "Determination of pollen quality and quantity in Cornelian cherry (Cornus mass L.)," Bangladesh Journal of Botany, vol.
The Cornelian cherry or Sorbet, as it is commonly known, forms a very large shrub, up to 3 metres (10') tall that, during January and February, is covered in thousands of small yellow flowers on naked stems.
Much smaller than the American dogwood--it's more of a rangy bush than a tree--the cornelian cherry tree produces a cheerful mist of tiny yellow flowers in February and early March in my Zone 6 garden, culminating in a huge crop of smooth, oblong berries in late summer or early autumn.