Pastinaca sativa

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Synonyms for Pastinaca sativa

a strong-scented plant cultivated for its edible root

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Diaspores of parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) and radish (Raphanus sativus var.
Population demography of Pastinaca sativa (Apiaceae): effects of seed mass on emergence, survival, and recruitment.
Epipactis atrorubens (#) S 1 (0.2) 2 (0.2) Epipactis helleborine (#) S Erucastrum gallicum 1 (0.1) Erysimum cheiranthoides R Festuca pratensis CSR 4 (0.4) Festuca rubra CSR 1 (0.1) Galium album Leucanthemum vulgare C/CSR Medicago lupulina R/SR Medicago sativa C/CSR Medicago x varia C/CSR Melilotus albus CR Orchis militaris (#) S/SR Orthilia secunda Pastinaca sativa 2 (0.2) Pilosella officinarum S/CSR 2 (0.2) Pilosella sp.
The root vegetable Pastinaca sativa is better known as what?
Hendrix (1979) and Hendrix and Trapp (1989) observed the effects of larvae of Depressaria pastinacella (Duponchel) (Oecophoridae) feeding on the flowers of Pastinaca sativa L.
He gave the scientific name Daucus carota for the carrot and Pastinaca sativa for the parsnip.
Wild parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is a member of the carrot family (Apiaceae) which contains about 300 genera and more than 3,000 species, including carrots, parsley, cumin, dill, fennel, celery, Queen Anne's lace, poison hemlock, and their relatives.
Parsnips (Pastinaca sativa) have a wonderfully sweet, nutty flavor that colder temperatures actually enhance.