Sinapis alba

Sinapis alba

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Sinapis alba L., Sp. Pl.: 668. 1753
    • =Leucosinapis alba (L.) Spach, Hist. Nat. Vég. 6: 350. 1838
    • =Sinapis alba var. melanosperma Alef.

    Distribution

    dAE(G) Ag Al Au Be Bl(I M N) Br Bu dCa(C F G H L P T) Cg Cm Co Cr Ct Cy Da Eg Ga(F) Ge Gr Hb He Ho Hs(S) Hu Ir It Jo Le Li Lu Ma Mo No Po Rm Sa Si(M S) Su Sy Tn ?Tu(A E) [dAE Au(A) Az(F) aCs Es Hb(E) aIs La Lt cMk Rf cSk Sl Uk] 

    Euro+Med not endemicA,B: Albania nativenativeC,D; Algeria nativenativeE; Austria, with Liechtenstein nativenativeC (Austria introducedintroducedF); Azores (Faial introducedG,H); Baleares nativenativeC,E (Ibiza nativenativeI,J, Mallorca nativenativeI,J, Menorca nativenativeJ); Belgium, with Luxembourg nativenativeC; Bulgaria nativenativeC,E; Canary islands (Fuerteventura native: doubtfully nativeH,K, Gomera native: doubtfully nativeH,K, Gran Canaria native: doubtfully nativeH,K, Hierro native: doubtfully nativeH,K, La Palma native: doubtfully nativeH,K, Lanzarote native: doubtfully nativeH,K, Tenerife native: doubtfully nativeH,K); Corsica nativenativeC; Crete, with Karpathos nativenativeC; Crimea nativenativeC,E; Croatia nativenativeL; Cyprus nativenativeB; Czech Republic casualcasualM,N,O; Denmark nativenativeC,P; East Aegean islands introduced: doubtfully introduced (perhaps cultivated only) (Greek East Aegean islands native); Egypt nativenativeA; Estonia introducedQ; Former Yugoslavia nativenativeC,E; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France nativenativeC); Germany native; Great Britain nativenativeC; Greece nativenativeC,E; Hungary nativenativeC,R; Iceland casualS; Ireland, with N Ireland nativenativeC (Ireland introducedT); Israel/Palestine nativeU; Israel/Palestine-Jordan nativenativeV; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativenativeC,E; Jordan nativeW; Latvia introducedQ; Lebanon nativeX; Lebanon-Syria nativenativeE; Libya nativenativeE; Lithuania introducedQ; Moldova nativeY; Montenegro nativeZ; Morocco nativenativeE,AA; Netherlands nativenativeC; North Macedonia cultivatedAB; Norway native; Poland native; Portugal nativenativeC,E,J; Romania nativeC; Russia introduced; Sardinia nativenativeC,E; Sicily, with Malta nativenativeC (Malta nativeE, Sicily nativenativeE); Slovakia cultivatedcultivatedAC; Slovenia introducedAD; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra nativenativeC,E (Spain nativenativeI,J); Sweden nativenativeC,AE; Switzerland native; Syria nativeX; Tunisia nativenativeE; Turkey native: presence questionable (Turkey, Asiatic part nativenativeE, Turkey-in-Europe nativenativeC,E); Ukraine introduced; Ukraine, with Crimea cultivatedcultivatedAF

    Common Names

    Aragonese (Spain): albedollosAG, ierbanaAG, libianaAG, mostaza blancaAG, yerbana amarillaAG, yerbanasAG; Basque (Spain): bostoñazaAG, mustardaAG, ziapiaAG; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): mostallaAG, mostassaAG, mostassa blancaAG, senabreAG; Estonian (Estonia): Valge sinepQ; Finnish (Finland): keltasinappiAH; Galician (Spain): mostardaAG, mostarda brancaAG, mostarda-brancaAG, mostardeiraAG, mostassa blancaAG, mostazaAG, mostaza brancaAG; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): Σίναπις η λευκήAI; Latvian (Latvia): Baltā sinepeQ; Lithuanian (Lithuania): Baltoji garstyčiaQ; Majorcan (Mallorca): mostassaAG, mostassa blancaAG; Portuguese (Portugal): mostarda blancaAG, mostarda brancaAG, mostarda-brancaAG, mostardeira brancaAG, mostassa blancaAG; Romanian (Moldova): Муштар албY; Russian (Moldova): Горчица белаяY; Russian (Russia): Горчица белаяAJ; Russian (Ukraine): Горчица белаяAK; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): agenabeAG, agenableAG, amargosAG, genabeAG, génaveAG, hierba meonaAG, jamargoAG, jamargo negroAG, jebanasAG, jenabeAG, jénavesAG, mostazaAG, mostaza blancaAG, rabaniza amarillaAG, tamargosAG; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): vitsenapAH; Ukrainian (Ukraine): Гiрчиця бiлаAK; Valencian (Spain): mostassaAG

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