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- Matthiola (/ˌmæθiˈoʊlə/, syn. Mathiola R.Br.), is a genus of flowering plants in the mustard family. It was named after Pietro Andrea Mattioli. This genus...
- Matthiola incana, known as ****y stock, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Matthiola. The common name stock usually refers to this species, though...
- for Ever. Matthiola longipetala, known as night-scented stock or evening stock (syns Cheiranthus longipetalus, Matthiola bicornis, Matthiola longipetala...
- was discovered by the Auguste Chevalier in July 1934 and later 1935 as Matthiola caboverdeana, it was later placed into the Erysimum species by Per Øgle...
- Guettarda is a plant genus in the family Rubiaceae. Most of these plants are known by the common name Velvetseed. Estimates of the number of species range...
- (common radish), Armoracia rusticana (horseradish), but also a cut-flower Matthiola (stock) and the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress). Pieris...
- Kiwifruit, Rosehip, Basil. Fourth row: Pink pepper, Tomato, Radish, Carrot, Matthiola, Dill, Coriander. Fifth row: Black pepper, White cabbage, Napa cabbage...
- freshwater fish commonly found in the French Guiana river Matthiola bicornis, a synonym for Matthiola longipetala, the evening stock, a flowering plant species...
- demonstrated to be intermediates in anthocyanidin biosynthesis in flowers of Matthiola incana. Bate-smith recommended in 1954 the use of the Forestal solvent...
- Matthiola cr****ifolia, the thick-leaved stock, is a species of plant in the Br****icaceae family. Perennial, tomentose. Roots very thick. Flowering stems...
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