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botanical name

The scientific name of a plant, consisting of the name of its genus followed by the name of its species, usually in Latin, New Latin, or a Latinized form.
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{Linum Usitatissimum = Linum usitatissimum (Cooper's capitalization varies) is the botanical name for the variety of flax from which linen is made}
The English names of the plant specimens supplement their post-Linnean Latin botanical names, a taxonomic practice that entered Bengal in the late 18th century with the colonial interest in natural history collections.
A botanical garden is a place dedicated to the collection, cultivation and display of a wide range of plants labelled with their botanical names.
It contains plant profiles for trees, shrubs, vines, perennials, groundcovers, bulbs, and annuals of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Arkansas, and Kansas, with information on common and botanical names, growing them, using them in a landscape, ornamental attributes, and related plants, as well as a background chapter on the natural vegetation of the Midwest and chapters on plant selection and design.
It covers classical Ayurvedic herbs, their applications and dosages, and their formulas, and it converts Sanskrit into English equivalents, adding botanical names in the process.
The website of the Company, Naturally Mediterranean gives full details about the ingredients used along with each botanical names. The site is adequate and friendly to navigate.
The volume closes with a quick reference guide intended to make plant selection go quicker, along with indexes of common and botanical names. Wunderlin (biology, U.
The hottest botanical names currently are Clover and Poppy.
The index is comprehensive and covers common and botanical names very well.
There is also significant confusion regarding the hickories, with different researchers recording different Cherokee and botanical names in their work.
Spain, the Czech Republic and Hungary are under infringement procedures for failure to transpose Directive 2009/74/EC on botanical names of plants and the scientific names of other organisms.
Almost all of the botanical names were checked against the US Department of Agriculture's Germplasm Resource Information Network, to avoid the multiple names and murkiness that haunts many classification attempts.