Definition of Nasturtium amphibium

1. Noun. Perennial herb found on streams and riversides throughout Europe except extreme north and Mediterranean; sometimes placed in genus Nasturtium.

Exact synonyms: Great Yellowcress, Rorippa Amphibia
Generic synonyms: Watercress
Group relationships: Genus Rorippa, Rorippa



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nasturtium Amphibium

Nasmyth's cuticle
Nasmyth's membrane
Nast
Nastaliq
Nastia
Nasturtium amphibium
Nasturtium officinale
Nasua
Nasua narica
Nat.
Nat Turner
Nata
Natal
Natal's sore
Natal plum
Natali
Natalia
Natalie
Natalie Wood
Natantia

Literary usage of Nasturtium amphibium

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1. The Fertilisation of Flowers by Hermann Müller (1883)
"(nasturtium amphibium, R- Br.).—The structure of the flower resembles that of Nasturtium silvestre. ..."

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