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Synonyms for radish

pungent fleshy edible root

radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked

pungent edible root of any of various cultivated radish plants

Eurasian plant widely cultivated for its edible pungent root usually eaten raw

a cruciferous plant of the genus Raphanus having a pungent edible root

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Total genomic DNA was extracted from radish crops showing begomovirus like symptoms and it was subjected to PCR using primers FD-CP382 and RD-CP1038.
The application of 10 mg L-1 of colchicine for a period of 1-3 days at low temperature (4degC) to microspores of 5 radish varieties (Raphanussativus L.
All samples, which were distinguished by additions and density, contained 250ml of radish seed oil and were stored in iodine flask of 500ml respectively.
World production of radish roots is estimated at 7 million tons per year, about 2% of the total world production of vegetables.
7 THE ancient Egyptians used radish seed oil before olive oil was around.
Effect of surface roughness on inactivation of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 87-23 by new organic acid-surfactant combinations on alfalfa, broccoli, and radish seeds.
In the second experiment, there was a significant interaction between storage forms and storage times, which affected the characteristics of weight loss, soluble solids and total titratable acidity of the radish juice.
Fresh young radish seed pods are delicious raw or stir-fried.
cauliflower leaves and radish leaves - and the leaves of the drumstick flower plant, which are especially beneficial for people who are on a diabetic diet.
A watermelon radish is like a much-wanted present in a plain cardboard box: At first glance, it's unremarkable, but then when you look inside .
The area of maximum diversity of radish lies between the eastern Mediterranean and the Caspian Sea, which is probably the original gene centre for this species.
This season, the Weeping Radish, North Carolina's oldest microbrewery, has debuted a Christmas Ale produced from 100% North Carolina ingredients, including barley malted in the state.
SIMPLE easy nibbles, fresh and in season - radish, peas and tomatoes - what could be better>?
Roasted red pepper hummus, cucumber, radish, lettuce (see photo)