Daucus

(Carrot, Queen Anne's Lace) This plant is cultivated for its enlarged, edible root and is commonly known as the Carrot. The original species, from which the Carrot was developed, came from Europe and is known as Queen Anne's Lace. Their foliage is fine and lacy and the roots vary in size and shape; they are usually orange-red or yellow. Their flowe...
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Daucus

[n] - carrot
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Daucus

genus Daucus noun carrot
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Daucus

Daucus is a genus of umbelliferous plants, including the carrot.
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Daucus

== Features == They differ in the family Apiaceae by their leaves 2-3 pinnatisect. The end sections are always narrow. The Daucus genus are annual plants or mostly biennial plants or also perennial herbs, with a bristly stem. The inflorescences are umbels. The umbrel flowers are mostly white, with bracts and bracteoles. The tiny flowers are a comp...
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