*  Pieris mannii - Wikipedia
The larva feeds on Cruciferae, especially Iberis sempervirens and Sinapis. Compared to Pieris rapae, the cabbage-pest small ...
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*  Euchloe simplonia - Wikipedia
Its main foods are Sinapis, Isatis, Aethionema, Iberis and Biscutella species. Though data are lacking, it is believed that the ...
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*  Euchloe ausonia - Wikipedia
The larvae feed on the flowers and young fruits of Sinapis arvensis, Isatis tinctoria, Isatis glauca, Aethionema saxatile, ... Iberis sempervirens, Biscutella mollis, Biscutella laevigata, Bunias erucago and Aurinia saxatilis. The three species Euchloe ...
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*  Brassicaceae in Flora of North America @ efloras.org
The family also includes ornamentals in the genera Aethionema, Alyssum, Arabis, Aubrieta, Aurinia, Erysimum, Hesperis, Iberis, ... Sinapis). Vegetable oils of some species of Brassica, including B. napus (canola), probably rank first in terms of the world's ... zygomorphic in Iberis, sometimes in Pennellia, Streptanthus, and Teesdalia); perianth and androecium hypogynous; sepals usually ...
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*  Brassicaceae - Wikipedia
The flowers are bisexual, star symmetrical (zygomorphic in Iberis and Teesdalia) and the ovary positioned above the other ... Sinapis alba, Brassica juncea and B. nigra respectively). Vegetable oils is produced from the seeds of several species such as ... Iberis, Lobularia, Lunaria, Malcolmia, and Matthiola. Honesty (Lunaria annua) is cultivated for the decorative value of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassicaceae
*  Thalamiflorae - Wikipedia
Brassiceae Genus: Brassica, Sinapis, Moricandia, Diplotaxis, Eruca Tribe 13. Velleae Genus: Vella, Boleum, Carrichtera, ... Iberis, Biscutella, Megacarpaea, Cremolobus, Menonvillea Tribe 4. Euclidieae Genus: Euclidium, Ochthodium, Pugionium Tribe 5. ...
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*  List of Brassicaceae genera - Wikipedia
Ianhedgea Iberis Idahoa Iodanthus Ionopsidium Irenepharsus Isatis Ischnocarpus Iskandera Iti Ivania Jundzillia Kernera ... Schizopetalon Schlechteria Schoenocrambe Schouwia Scoliaxon Selenia Sibara Sibaropsis Silicularia Sinapidendron Sinapis ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Brassicaceae_genera
*  Mustard | Article about mustard by The Free Dictionary
plant species of Sinapis, family Cruciferae, and also several species of the genus Brassica. The genus Sinapis numbers seven to ... any plant of the genus Iberis of the family Cruciferae (or Brassicaceae; mustard family), low-growing plants of the Old World. ... The herbs of the family that are called mustard are species of Brassica and Sinapis (formerly included in Brassica) native to ... Effects of different nitrogen levels on competition between wild mustard, Sinapis arvensis L. and wheat, Triticum aestivum L ...
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*  Genere Eruca - Flora Italiana
Brassica erysimoides Spreng.; Brassica hispida Ten.; Brassica pinnatifida Desf.; Brassica vesicaria L.; Eruca aurea Batt.; Eruca cappadocica Boiss.; Eruca deserti Pomel; Eruca lanceolata Pomel; Eruca longirostris R. Uechtr.; Eruca orthosepala (Lange) Lange; Eruca pinnatifida (Desf.) Pomel; Eruca sativa Mill.; Eruca sativa subsp. aurea (Batt.) Jahand. & Maire; Eruca sativa subsp. longirostris (R. Uechtr.) Jahand. & Maire; Eruca sativa subsp. pinnatifida (Desf.) Batt.; Eruca sativa subsp. stenocarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Jahand. & Maire; Eruca sativa subsp. vesicaria (L.) Jahand. & Maire; Eruca stenocarpa Boiss. & Reut.; Eruca vesicaria subsp. longirostris (R. Uechtr.) Maire; Eruca vesicaria subsp. pinnatifida (Desf.) Emb. & Maire; Eruca vesicaria subsp. sativa (Mill.) Thell.; Eruca vesicaria (L.) Cav. subsp. vesicaria; Velleruca longistyla Pomel; ...
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*  Brassicaceae - Wiktionary
Iberis, Icianthus, Idahoa, Iodanthus, Ionopsidium, Irenepharsus, Isatis, Ischnocarpus, Iskandera, Iti, vania, Kardanoglyphos, ... Sinapis, Sisymbrella, Sisymbriopsis, Sisymbrium, Skottsbergianthus, Smelowskia, Sobolewskia, Solms, Laubachia, Sophiopsis, ...
  https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Brassicaceae
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Iberis Ilex Impatiens Inula Ipomoea Ipomopsis Iris Isoetes Isotrema Isotria Iva J. Jacobaea Jasione Jeffersonia Juglans Juncus ... Sinapis Sisymbrium Sisyrinchium Sium Smallanthus Smilax Solanum Solidago Sonchus Sorbaria Sorbus Sorghastrum Sorghum Sparganium ...
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