Ocimum

[n] - basil
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Ocimum

genus Ocimum noun basil
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Ocimum

(from the article `Lamiaceae`) Of the 150 tropical species of Ocimum, one sacred to Hindus is basil, or tuls (Ocimum basilicum); this plant is native in Africa and Asia but is ...
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Ocimum

Ocimum is a genus of sub-tropical and temperate herbs and sub-shrubs of the family Labiatae. They bear racemes of flowers arranged in whorls of six to ten.
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Ocimum

Ocimum is a genus of aromatic annual and perennial herbs and shrubs in the family Lamiaceae, native to the tropical and warm temperate regions of all 6 inhabited continents, with the greatest number of species in Africa. Its best known species is the cooking herb basil, O. basilicum. ==Cultivation and uses== Most culinary and ornamental basils are...
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