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Definition of C edulis

C edulis
Tous-les-mois Tous`-les`-mois", n. [F., all the months, i.e., every month.] A kind of starch with very large, oval, flattened grains, often sold as arrowroot, and extensively used for adulterating cocoa. It is made from the rootstocks of a species of Canna, probably C. edulis, the tubers of which are edible every month in the year.

Meaning of C edulis from wikipedia

- Carpobrotus edulis is a ground-creeping plant with succulent leaves in the genus Carpobrotus, native to South Africa. It is known as sour fig, ice plant...
- C. edulis may refer to: Canna edulis, the eatable species of the Canna genus Caralluma edulis, a succulent plant species Carissa edulis, the conkerberry...
- The white sapote, scientific name Casimiroa edulis, also called casimiroa and Mexican apple, and known as cochitzapotl in the Nahuatl language (meaning...
- official list of psychoactive drugs under the name "Catha edulis pianta" (English: "Catha edulis plant") and thus possession is forbidden. In the areas of...
- is then reconstituted and used in cooking. B. edulis is one of the few fungi sold pickled. Boletus edulis was first described in 1782 by the French botanist...
- are two main varieties: a purple-fruited type, P. edulis f. edulis, and the yellow-fruited P. edulis f. flavicarpa. Usually the vine produces a single...
- There are two variants of Dacryodes edulis: D. e. var. edulis and D. e. var. parvicarpa. The fruit of D. e. var. edulis is larger and the tree has stout...
- Inga feuilleei. Synonyms of Inga edulis Mart.: Feuilleea edulis (Mart.) ****ze Inga benthamiana Meisn. Inga edulis var. grenadensis Urb. Inga minutula...
- Phyllostachys edulis 'Bicolor' Phyllostachys edulis 'Kikko' or 'Kikko-Chiku' (Syn.: Phyllostachys edulis var. heterocycla) Phyllostachys edulis 'Subconvexa'...
- is also edible. However, along with its even more troublesome cousin (C. edulis), it has invaded section of the California coast at the expense of native...