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Definition of C sativus

C sativus
Crocus Cro"cus (kr[=o]"k[u^]s), n. [L., saffron, fr. Gr. kro`kos; cf. Heb. kark[=o]m, Ar. kurkum, Skr. ku[.n]kuma.] 1. (Bot.) A genus of iridaceous plants, with pretty blossoms rising separately from the bulb or corm. C. vernus is one of the earliest of spring-blooming flowers; C. sativus produces the saffron, and blossoms in the autumn. 2. (Chem.) A deep yellow powder; the oxide of some metal calcined to a red or deep yellow color; esp., the oxide of iron (Crocus of Mars or colcothar) thus produced from salts of iron, and used as a polishing powder. Crocus of Venus (Old Chem.), oxide of copper.

Meaning of C sativus from wikipedia

- corm underground. C. sativus generally blooms with purple flowers in the autumn. The plant grows about 10 to 30 cm high. C. sativus is a triploid with...
- C. sativus may refer to: Cochliobolus sativus, a fungus species and the causal agent of a wide variety of cereal diseases Crocus sativus, the saffron,...
- costly ****es by weight, was probably first cultivated in or near Greece. Csativus is probably a form of C. cartwrighti****, that emerged by human cultivators...
- (where it is known as common root rot), leaf and stem, and head tissue. C.sativus is extremely rare in nature and thus it is the a****ual or anamorphic stage...
- Kocyan, A (2007). "Phylogenetics of Cu****is (Cucurbitaceae): Cu****ber (C. sativus) belongs in an Asian/Australian clade far from melon (C. melo)". BMC Evolutionary...
- Lathyrus sativus, also known as gr**** pea, blue sweet pea, chickling pea, chickling vetch, Indian pea, white pea and white vetch, is a legume (family Fabaceae)...
- The radish (Raph**** raphanistrum subsp. sativus) is an edible root vegetable of the Br****icaceae family that was domesticated in Europe in pre-Roman times...
- ligusticus (syn. C. medius ) C. niveus C. nudiflorus C. ochroleucus C. pulc****us C. sativus (saffron crocus) C. serotinus C. speciosus C. tournefortii...
- "divide-and-set" of a starter clone or by interspecific hybridisation. If Csativus is a mutant form of C. cartwrighti****, then it may have emerged via plant...
- Kocyan, A (2007). "Phylogenetics of Cu****is (Cucurbitaceae): Cu****ber (C. sativus) belongs in an Asian/Australian clade far from melon (C. melo)". BMC Evolutionary...
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