Definition of P oleracea. Meaning of P oleracea. Synonyms of P oleracea
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Definition of P oleracea
P oleraceaCabbage Cab"bage (k[a^]b"b[asl]j), n. [OE. cabage, fr. F.
cabus headed (of cabbages), chou cabus headed cabbage,
cabbage head; cf. It. capuccio a little head, cappuccio cowl,
hood, cabbage, fr. capo head, L. caput, or fr. It. cappa
cape. See Chief, Cape.] (Bot.)
1. An esculent vegetable of many varieties, derived from the
wild Brassica oleracea of Europe. The common cabbage has
a compact head of leaves. The cauliflower, Brussels
sprouts, etc., are sometimes classed as cabbages.
2. The terminal bud of certain palm trees, used, like,
cabbage, for food. See Cabbage tree, below.
3. The cabbage palmetto. See below.
Cabbage aphis (Zo["o]l.), a green plant-louse (Aphis
brassic[ae]) which lives upon the leaves of the cabbage.
Cabbage beetle (Zo["o]l.), a small, striped flea-beetle
(Phyllotreta vittata) which lives, in the larval state,
on the roots, and when adult, on the leaves, of cabbage
and other cruciferous plants.
Cabbage butterfly (Zo["o]l.), a white butterfly (Pieris
rap[ae] of both Europe and America, and the allied P.
oleracea, a native American species) which, in the larval
state, devours the leaves of the cabbage and the turnip.
See Cabbage worm, below.
Cabbage fly (Zo["o]l.), a small two-winged fly (Anthomyia
brassic[ae]), which feeds, in the larval or maggot state,
on the roots of the cabbage, often doing much damage to
Cabbage head, the compact head formed by the leaves of a
cabbage; -- contemptuously or humorously, and
colloquially, a very stupid and silly person; a numskull.
Cabbage palmetto, a species of palm tree (Sabal Palmetto)
found along the coast from North Carolina to Florida.
Cabbage rose (Bot.), a species of rose (Rosa centifolia)
having large and heavy blossoms.
Cabbage tree, Cabbage palm, a name given to palms having
a terminal bud called a cabbage, as the Sabal Palmetto
of the United States, and the Euterpe oleracea and
Oreodoxa oleracea of the West Indies.
Cabbage worm (Zo["o]l.), the larva of several species of
moths and butterflies, which attacks cabbages. The most
common is usually the larva of a white butterfly. See
Cabbage butterfly, above. The cabbage cutworms, which
eat off the stalks of young plants during the night, are
the larv[ae] of several species of moths, of the genus
Agrotis. See Cutworm.
(a) Sea kale
(b) . The original Plant (Brassica oleracea), from which
the cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, etc., have been
derived by cultivation.
Thousand-headed cabbage. See Brussels sprouts.
Meaning of P oleracea from wikipedia
- Portulaca oleracea
(common purslane, also known
as verdolaga, red root, or pursley) is an annual succulent
in the family
- Br****ica oleracea
is a plant species
many common foods
as cultivars, including
cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels
- Pieris oleracea
, or more commonly known
as the mustard
white, is a butterfly
in the family Pieridae native
to a large
part of Canada
and the northeastern...
- (/keɪl/) or leaf cabbage
is one of certain cultivars
for their edible
some are used as ornamentals....
- Acmella oleracea
is a species
herb in the family
Asteraceae. Common names include toothache
plant, paracress, Sichuan
buttons, buzz buttons...
(comprising several cultivars
of Br****ica oleracea
) is a leafy
green, red (purple), or white
(pale green) biennial plant grown
as an annual
is cl****ified in the Italica cultivar group
of the species
has large flower
in color, arranged...
- Unlike P
, it is not edible because
of its bitter
is one of several vegetables
in the species
in the genus
is in the family
Br****icaceae. It is an annual
- (/əˈsaɪ.iː/, Portuguese: [asaˈi] (listen), from Nheengatu
asai), Euterpe oleracea
, is a species
of palm tree (Arecaceae) cultivated
for its fruit
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