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Details for: Brassica napus

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Brassica napus L.
Nomencl. ref.: in Linné, Sp. Pl.: 666. 1753
Rank: Species
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.
Heterotypic synonyms: Brassica napus subsp. napobrassica (L.) O. Schwarz
Brassica napus subsp. rapifera Metzg.
Synonyms: Brassica oleifera Moench
Brassica napus subsp. oleifera (Moench) Metzg.
Brassica napus subsp. pabularia (DC.) Janch.
Brassica rapa subsp. napus (L.) Briq.
Brassica napus var. napobrassica (L.) Rchb.
Brassica napus var. napobrassica L.
Brassica napus var. pabularia DC.
Taxon Notes: Hybrid parents: Brassica oleracea L. Brassica rapa L.
Common names: ajenabe (Spanish, Castillian), ajenabo (Spanish, Castillian), arbi (Euskera), arbia (Euskera), arbi-aza (Euskera), arbiya (Euskera), colinabo (Spanish, Castillian), col-i-nap (Catalan), colza (Catalan), colza (Portuguese), colza (Spanish, Castillian), grelos (Portuguese), harbi (Euskera), jábena (Spanish, Castillian), jenabe (Spanish, Castillian), jenable (Spanish, Castillian), jenape (Spanish, Castillian), mostalla negra (Catalan), mostarda-negra (Galician), mostarda-negra (Portuguese), mostarda-ordinária (Galician), mostarda-ordinária (Portuguese), mostassa (Catalan), mostaza negra (Spanish, Castillian), naba (Spanish, Castillian), nabeiro (Portuguese), nabera (Catalan), nabiça (Portuguese), nabieyo (Spanish, Castillian), nabilla (Spanish, Castillian), nabillo (Galician), nabillo (Spanish, Castillian), nabina (Spanish, Castillian), nabiño (Galician), nabiza (Asturian), nabiza (Galician), nabiza (Portuguese), nabiza (Spanish, Castillian), ñabiza (Spanish, Castillian), nabo (Aragonese), nabo (Asturian), nabo (Galician), nabo (Portuguese), nabo (Spanish, Castillian), ñabo (Spanish, Castillian), nabo agreste (Spanish, Castillian), nabo amarelo (Portuguese), nabo blanco de Granada (Spanish, Castillian), nabo común (Spanish, Castillian), nabo de Castilla (Spanish, Castillian), nabo de Fuencarral (Spanish, Castillian), nabo forrajero (Spanish, Castillian), nabo gallego (Spanish, Castillian), nabo largo (Spanish, Castillian), nabo luengo y delgado (Spanish, Castillian), nabo prolongado (Spanish, Castillian), nabo roxo (Portuguese), nabo saloio (Portuguese), nabo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), nabos (Portuguese), ñabu (Asturian), nabu (Spanish, Castillian), ñabu (Spanish, Castillian), ñabucos (Asturian), ñabus (Asturian), nap (Catalan), nap (Majorcan), nap (Valencian), nap de bou (Catalan), nap llerc (Valencian), nap/naps (Catalan), napera (Catalan), napo (Aragonese), napo (Catalan), napo (High Aragonese), napo (Portuguese), napo (Spanish, Castillian), napo (Valencian), napo bugerano (Portuguese), nebu (Asturian), rabanillo (Spanish, Castillian), rabiza (Galician), rabizo (Galician), rutabaga (Spanish, Castillian), Şalqamturp (Azerbaijan), urdun-putxa (Euskera), xebra (Galician), xebra (Portuguese), xiebra (Galician), xiebra (Portuguese), zerba (Euskera), ziape (Euskera), zuhain-arbi (Euskera), zuhain-arbia (Euskera), Бруква (Ukraine), Брюква (Russian), Едра рапица (Bulgarian), кольза (Russian), кольза (Ukraine), рiпак (Ukraine), Рапицэ (Moldovian), Рапс (Russian), рапс (Ukraine)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [Au(A) Az(F L S) Da Fe cHu No cPo aSu cTu]

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