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Details for: Beta vulgaris

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Beta vulgaris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 222. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Beta L.
Synonyms: Beta cicla L.
Beta crispa Tratt.
Beta esculenta Salisb., nom. illeg.
Beta sulcata Gasp.
Beta vulgaris subsp. esculenta Cout.
Included taxa: Beta vulgaris L. subsp. vulgaris
Beta vulgaris subsp. adanensis Pamuk.
Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima (L.) Arcang.
Common names: Bette commune (French), Bette-épinard (French), Betterave commune (French), Betterave (French), סֶלֶק מָצוּי (Israel (Hebrew)), acelga (Aragonese), acelga (High Aragonese), acelga (Portuguese), acelga (Spanish, Castillian), acelga brava (Portuguese), acelga bravía (Spanish, Castillian), acelga colorada (Spanish, Castillian), acelga común (Spanish, Castillian), acelga cultivada (Spanish, Castillian), acelga marina (Spanish, Castillian), acelga negra (Spanish, Castillian), acelga silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), acelga vermelha (Portuguese), acelgas (Spanish, Castillian), acelgas castellanas (Spanish, Castillian), acelgas de campo (Spanish, Castillian), acelgas locas (Spanish, Castillian), azalkia (Euskera), baladra (Aragonese), Barba (Italian), barbabietola (Italian), batarraba (Portuguese), Beda (Sardinian), Bede (Danish), beleta (Euskera), berdura (Aragonese), berza (Aragonese), berza (High Aragonese), berza (Spanish, Castillian), betaravec (Majorcan), betarga (Euskera), betarraba (Portuguese), betarraga (Euskera), betarriaga (Spanish, Castillian), Beta-Rübe (German), beterraba (Portuguese), beterrata (Spanish, Castillian), Bette vulgaire (French), Betterave (French), bezarra (Euskera), Biarrava (Sardinian), Bietola (Italian), Bietola comune (Italian), bleda (Catalan), bleda (Valencian), bleda roja (Catalan), bleda vermella (Catalan), bleda/bledes (Catalan), bleda-rava (Catalan), bleda-rave (Catalan), bleda-rave comuna (Catalan), bleda-rave de taula (Catalan), bleda-rave farratgera (Catalan), bleda-rave llarga (Catalan), bleda-rave plana (Catalan), bleda-rave sucrera (Catalan), bledera (Catalan), bledera (Majorcan), bledes (Valencian), blleda (Aragonese), bllede (Aragonese), Burak zwyczajny (Polish), celga (Aragonese), celga (Portuguese), celga (Spanish, Castillian), celgas (Aragonese), erremolatxa (Euskera), errocerba (Euskera), farratge (Catalan), juurikas (Finnish), Laíon na trá (Irish Gaelic), Mangold (German), nabo colorado (Spanish, Castillian), Pesa (Slovene), planteta (Aragonese), rabaça (Portuguese), raíz de la abundancia (Spanish, Castillian), raíz de la miseria (Spanish, Castillian), raíz de miseria (Spanish, Castillian), raíz de reina (Spanish, Castillian), rave-bleda (Catalan), remolacha (Asturian), remolacha (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha amarilla (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha azucarera (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha azucarera y forrajera (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha blanca (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha colorá (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha encarnada (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha forrajera (Spanish, Castillian), remolacha roja (Spanish, Castillian), remolachas (Spanish, Castillian), remolatxa (Catalan), remolatxa (Majorcan), remolatxa blanca (Catalan), remolatxa vermella (Catalan), Rěpa obecná (Czech), repa obyčajná (Slovak), Runkelrübe (German), Sfeclă (Roumanian), verdura (Aragonese), vleda-rave (Catalan), zarba (Euskera), Zea (Sardinian), zelga (Aragonese), zelgas (Aragonese), zerba (Euskera), zuhain-erremolatxa (Euskera), Βέτα η σικελική (Greek), Βέτα της κοινής (Greek), Ади чуғундур (Azerbaijani), Обикновено цвекло (Bulgarian), Сфеклэ комунэ (Moldovian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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