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Definition of Wild radish
Wild radishRadish Rad"ish, n. [F. radis; cf. It. radice, Pr. raditz: all
fr. L. radix, -icis, a root, an edible root, especially a
radish, akin to E. wort. See Wort, and cf. Eradicate,
Race a root, Radix.] (Bot.)
The pungent fleshy root of a well-known cruciferous plant
(Paphanus sativus); also, the whole plant.
Radish fly (Zo["o]l.), a small two-winged fly (Anthomyia
raphani) whose larv[ae] burrow in radishes. It resembles
the onion fly.
Rat-tailed radish (Bot.), an herb (Raphanus caudatus)
having a long, slender pod, which is sometimes eaten.
Wild radish (Bot.), the jointed charlock.
Meaning of Wild radish from wikipedia
- Raph**** raphanistrum, (the wild radish
, white charlock
charlock) is a flowering plant
in the family
Br****icaceae. It is sometimes
- The radish
or Raph**** sativus) is an edible
of the family
Br****icaceae that was domesticated
- cultivated radish
(Raph**** sativus), the wild radish
or jointed charlock
(Raph**** raphanistrum), and the rat-tail radish
(Raph**** caudatus). Various
- and recommended
by him for its medicinal
qualities, and possibly
the wild radish
, or raphanos agrios
of the Gr****s. The early Renaissance herbalists
- The Sakurajima radish
or Sakurajima daikon
(****anese: 桜島大根, Sakurajima
daikon) is a special cultivar
of the ****anese radish named
for its original
- PMC 2737735. PMID 17317210. Compare
", also a Br****ica. Zohary, Daniel; Hopf, Maria; Weiss, Ehud (2012). Domestication...
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- archeological records available
for any of these
crops." Wild forms
and its relatives, the radish
and turnip, can be found
over west Asia and Europe...
(1869) -- Origin
of domesticated plants demonstrated
of wild radish
et mise à fruit
des arbres fruitiers
(1881). The standard
- dish of salted
vegetables, such as napa cabbage
and Korean radish
, made with a widely varying selection
of seasonings including
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