botanical name


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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.
References in classic literature ?
Linum Usitatissimum = Linum usitatissimum (Cooper's capitalization varies) is the botanical name for the variety of flax from which linen is made}
Organized by season and with general information on gardening in different seasons, each profile includes the plant's common name, Chinese transliterations, pronunciations in Mandarin and Cantonese, its botanical name, and planting, growing, harvesting, and cooking tips, along with 25 traditional recipes.
The new products are: lemon, botanical name citrus limon; patchouli, pogostemon cablin; frankincense, boswellia carteri; and frankincense, mix of boswellia serrata and carteri.
Hairy panic, botanical name Panicum effusum, poses a fire risk and can kill farm animals but is not dangerous to pets.
The botanical name of the controversial medicine ' Putrajeevak Beej' is ' Putranjiva roxburghii'.
Five common names and only one correct botanical name provides us with a good example of the value of scientific names.
The botanical name of gotu kola is centella asiatica.
This plant, also known as sweet box or by its botanical name Sarcococca confusa, produces delicate flowers with a powerful, honey-like fragrance between December and February.
The botanical name is supplied along with the popular name and description for each indigenous plant species, along with the range of its medicinal and/or cosmetic uses.
A botanical name can refer to: a) the plant raw material; b) the ingredient ready for manufacture; or c) a finished product.
There is a total of 27 lengthy herbal monographs included, listed alphabetically by botanical name.