citronella

Cymbopogon (Andropogon) nardus (family Gramineae); a fragrant grass of Ceylon, from which is distilled a volatile oil (c. Oil) used as a perfume and insect repellent. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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citronella

(sit″rә-nelĀ“ә) a fragrant grass, the source of a volatile oil (citronella oil) used in perfumes and insect repellents.
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Citronella

[genus] ==Cultivation and uses== Few species have been cultivated. Citronella mucronata, from Chile, is remarkable for its hardiness compared to other members of this genus. It is one of the most well-known of the species and has been introduced to Europe. ==Selected species== ==References and external links== ...
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citronella

citronella, common name for a grass, Cymbopogon nardus, the source of oil of citronella, used in perfumes and soaps and as an insect repellent. The plant, with bluish green, lemon-scented leaves, is cultivated in Java and Sri Lanka. Citronella is classified in the division Magnoliophyta, class Lilio...
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citronella

Type: Term Pronunciation: sit′rō-nel′ă Definitions: 1. Cymbopogon (Andropogon) nardus (family Gramineae); a fragrant grass (Sri Lanka), from which a volatile oil (c. oil) used as a perfume and insect repellent is distilled.
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citronella

(sih-truh-NEHL-uh) - It is also known as lemongrass. It is a stiff tropical grass that resembles a large fibrous green onion. It is an essential herb in southeast Asian cooking. It adds a lemony flavor to dishes.
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Citronella

Citronella is a word used for several things, including: ...
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Citronella

Oil derived from lemon grass (Cymbopogon nardus)
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