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Definition of the noun american licorice
What does american licorice mean as a name of something?
- North American plant similar to true licorice and having a root with similar properties
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- scientific names: Liquiritia lepidota / species Liquiritia lepidota / Glycyrrhiza lepidota
- synonyms of American licorice: American liquorice / wild licorice / wild liquorice
- more generic terms: herb / herbaceous plant = a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties
- member of: genus Glycyrrhiza / Glycyrrhiza = sticky perennial Eurasian herbs
- geographic area: North America
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
lepidota Pursh English: American licorice, wild licorice G. uralensis Fisch.
A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith
The wild American licorice, Glycyrrhiza lepidota, was not commercialized during colonial times, but European licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) was imported into America and used as a sweetener, for it was 50 times sweeter than sugar. European ...
An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat by Andrew F. Smith
The wild American licorice, Glycyrrhiza lepidota, was not commercialized during colonial times, but European licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) was imported into America and used as a sweetener, as it was fifty times sweeter than sugar. It was also ...
by Paul M. Coates, M. Coates Paul, Marc Blackman, Marc R. Blackman, Gordon M. Cragg, Mark Levine, Jeffrey D. White, Joel Moss, Mark A. Levine
lepidota Pursh (American licorice) Glycyrrhiza glabra G. glabra grows to a height of 1–2m. It has pinnate leaves with pairs of narrow leaflets (Fig.
by Frank Bisby
American Licorice, see Glycyrrhiza lepidota Pursh American Potatobean, see Apios americana Medikus American Vetch, see Vicia americana Willd. Amherstia nobilis Wallich Ammodendron argenteum (Pallas) Kuntze, see Ammodendron ...
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Glycyrrhiza lepidota; American licorice
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