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Details for: Brassica oleracea

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Brassica oleracea L.
Nomencl. ref.: in Linné, Sp. Pl.: 667. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Brassicales Bromhead
                              Familia - Brassicaceae Burnett
                                   Genus - Brassica L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Included taxa: Brassica oleracea L. subsp. oleracea
Brassica oleracea subsp. botrytis (L.) Duchesne
Brassica oleracea subsp. capitata (L.) Duchesne
Brassica oleracea subsp. caulorapa (DC.) Metzg.
Brassica oleracea subsp. fruticosa Metzg.
 
Common names: arbi-biribilla (Euskera), axaborr (Catalan), aza (Euskera), aza gorri (Euskera), azakofa (Euskera), azalore (Euskera), azantxu (Euskera), azaxo (Euskera), azazo (Euskera), azi (Euskera), berça (Portuguese), berza (Asturian), berza (Galician), berza (Spanish, Castillian), berza caballar (Spanish, Castillian), berza común (Spanish, Castillian), berza gallega (Asturian), berza marina (Spanish, Castillian), berza morada (Spanish, Castillian), berza silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), berzas (Spanish, Castillian), Bostan kәlәm (Azerbaijan), brécol (Spanish, Castillian), brocoli (Asturian), brócoli (Spanish, Castillian), brócolos (Portuguese), brocos (Portuguese), bróculi (Spanish, Castillian), bróculos (Portuguese), brokoli (Euskera), bronquil (Aragonese), bróquil (Aragonese), bròquil (Catalan), buru-aza (Euskera), coia (Galician), col (Aragonese), col (Catalan), col (Galician), col (Majorcan), col (Spanish, Castillian), col arrissada (Catalan), col bajana (Majorcan), col blava (Majorcan), col borratgenca (Catalan), col borratja (Catalan), col borratjona (Catalan), col bròquil (Catalan), col caballar (Spanish, Castillian), col cabdellada (Catalan), col caputxina (Catalan), col caragolada (Catalan), col cargolada (Catalan), col común (Spanish, Castillian), col d’hivern (Catalan), col de asa de cántaro (Spanish, Castillian), col de brotó (Majorcan), col de Bruselas (Spanish, Castillian), col de Brussel.les (Catalan), col de cabdell (Catalan), col de capell (Majorcan), col de caputxa (Catalan), col de repollo (Spanish, Castillian), col de tripa (Catalan), col flori (Majorcan), col forrajera (Spanish, Castillian), col gallega (Spanish, Castillian), col gegant (Catalan), col geganta (Catalan), col gitana (Catalan), col lombarda (Spanish, Castillian), col morada (Majorcan), col nana (Catalan), col portuguesa (Spanish, Castillian), col reülla (Catalan), col rizada (Spanish, Castillian), col vera (Catalan), col verda (Catalan), col vermella (Catalan), col/cols (Catalan), coles (Asturian), coles (Spanish, Castillian), col-flor (Catalan), colflori (Majorcan), coliflor (Asturian), col-i-flor (Catalan), coliflor (Galician), coliflor (Spanish, Castillian), coliflores (Spanish, Castillian), colinabo (Spanish, Castillian), colirrábano (Spanish, Castillian), colliflor (Galician), couve (Galician), couve (Portuguese), couve brócolo (Portuguese), couve cavaleiro (Portuguese), couve coraçao de boi (Portuguese), couve crespa (Portuguese), couve de Bruxelas (Portuguese), couve de Milâo (Portuguese), couve de Sabóia (Portuguese), couve flor (Portuguese), couve francesa (Portuguese), couve galega (Portuguese), couve lombarda (Portuguese), couve merceana (Portuguese), couve murciana (Portuguese), couve pâo de açúcar (Portuguese), couve penca (Portuguese), couve portuguesa (Portuguese), couve rábano (Portuguese), couve repolho da Holanda (Portuguese), couve repolhuda (Portuguese), couve saloia (Portuguese), couve serrana (Portuguese), couve tronchuda (Portuguese), couveflor (Galician), escarola (Catalan), espigos (Portuguese), flor-i-col (Catalan), grelos (Spanish, Castillian), horto (Galician), llombarda (Catalan), lombarda (Asturian), lombarda (Spanish, Castillian), lombarda de picu (Asturian), lombarda morada (Asturian), lombardo (Portuguese), nabo redondo (Spanish, Castillian), nap rodó (Catalan), pella (Aragonese), pinya (Majorcan), repolho (Portuguese), repollo (Asturian), repollo (Spanish, Castillian), repollo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), repollo blancu (Asturian), repollo borrachón (Asturian), repollo de cogollo (Aragonese), repollo lombarda (Asturian), repollo redondu (Asturian), repollo rizado (Asturian), repollu (Asturian), repolo (Galician), rutabaga (Spanish, Castillian), troncha (Portuguese), txakurraza (Euskera), variedad de hojas (Aragonese), verdura (Asturian), zuhain-aza (Euskera), Βρασσική η λαχανώδης (Greek), Капуста городня (Russian), Капуста огородная (Russian), Курекь де-грэдинэ (Moldovian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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