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Details for: Brassica nigra

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Brassica nigra (L.) W. D. J. Koch
Nomencl. ref.: in Röhling, Deutschl. Fl., ed. 3, 4: 713. 1833
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.
Basionym: Sinapis nigra L.
Homotypic synonyms: Sinapis nigra L.
Synonyms: Brassica bracteolata Fisch. & C. A. Mey.
Brassica nigra (L.) Koch var. nigra
Brassica nigra var. bracteolata (Fisch & C. A. Mey.) Spach ex Coss.
Common names: agenabe (Spanish, Castillian), agenabo (Spanish, Castillian), agenave (Spanish, Castillian), ajenabe (Spanish, Castillian), ajenabo (Spanish, Castillian), ajo amarillo (Spanish, Castillian), alesua (Euskera), alezna (Spanish, Castillian), amarillas (Spanish, Castillian), bostañaza (Euskera), bostoñaza (Euskera), cerba (Euskera), ciapea (Euskera), ciapes (Euskera), desajo (Spanish, Castillian), floridos (Spanish, Castillian), gebena (Spanish, Castillian), géniva (Spanish, Castillian), hierba meona (Spanish, Castillian), jamargo (Spanish, Castillian), jaramago (Spanish, Castillian), jebena (Aragonese), jenabe (Spanish, Castillian), jenable (Spanish, Castillian), jenape (Spanish, Castillian), Juodasis batsutis (Lithuanian), làgina (Euskera), lagina (Spanish, Castillian), laparda (Euskera), laparda (Spanish, Castillian), liyarda (Euskera), lonsarda (Spanish, Castillian), lousarda (Euskera), lujarda (Euskera), lujarda (Spanish, Castillian), lusarda (Euskera), lusarda (Spanish, Castillian), Melnā sinepe (Latvian), mostalla (Catalan), mostalla (Valencian), mostalla negra (Catalan), mostarda (Portuguese), mostarda negra (Galician), mostarda negra (Portuguese), mostarda ordinaria (Portuguese), mostarda ordinária (Portuguese), mostarda preta (Portuguese), mostarda-negra (Portuguese), mostarda-ordinaria (Portuguese), mostarda-preta (Portuguese), mostardeira (Portuguese), mostasa (Galician), mostassa (Catalan), mostassa (Majorcan), mostassa negra (Catalan), mostaza (Aragonese), mostaza (Galician), mostaza (Spanish, Castillian), mostaza común (Spanish, Castillian), mostaza fina (Spanish, Castillian), mostaza negra (Aragonese), mostaza negra (Spanish, Castillian), mostaza negra y roja (Spanish, Castillian), mostaza rubia (Spanish, Castillian), Must kapsasrohi (Estonian), Must sinep (Estonian), mustardá (Euskera), mustassa (Catalan), nabestro (Spanish, Castillian), ñabestro (Spanish, Castillian), nabieyo (Spanish, Castillian), nabilla (Spanish, Castillian), nabillo (Spanish, Castillian), nabina (Spanish, Castillian), nabiza (Spanish, Castillian), nabizuela (Spanish, Castillian), nustarda (Euskera), Qara xardal (Azerbaijan), rabanillo (Spanish, Castillian), rábano (Spanish, Castillian), rábano amarillo (Spanish, Castillian), seben (Euskera), urdunputxa (Euskera), xebana (Asturian), xebena (Spanish, Castillian), xebra (Galician), xenave de los antiguos (Spanish, Castillian), xeneba de flor amarilla (Spanish, Castillian), xiebra (Galician), zanabiza (Euskera), zanabiza (Spanish, Castillian), ziapa (Euskera), ziape (Euskera), ziape beltz (Euskera), ziapia (Euskera), Βρασσική η μελανή (Greek), Гiрчиця чoрна (Ukraine), Горчица черная (Russian), Муштар негру (Moldovian), Черен синап (Bulgarian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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