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Description

Wild forms occur as weeds in many parts of central Asia and Europe. Eaten as a staple vegetable in Germany from as far back as the 16th century. They are biennial plants grown for their large tapering roots, which are cream or white colored. They have a distinct flavour due to their high sugar content. Often used in stews, soups; roasted, fried, boiled or mashed. Copyright Copyright © 2002 All Allergy. Source: All Allergy, All Allergy

Basic Part Properties

Part Display Name
Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa)
Part Type
Component (Describes the core component or analyte measured)
Created On
2000-05-04
Construct for LOINC Short Name
Parsnip

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Language Variants Get Info

Tag Language Translation
zh-CN Chinese (China) 美国防风
Synonyms: 欧洲萝卜;欧洲防风根;欧洲防风草;欧防风;美国防风草;防风草
fr-CA French (Canada) Pastinaca sativa
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Pastinaak
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Chirivía (Pastinaca sativa)
it-IT Italian (Italy) Pastinaca sativa
Synonyms: Pastinaca (Pastinaca sativa)
tr-TR Turkish (Turkey) Pastinaca sativa
ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) Pastinaca sativa
Synonyms: Пастернак посевной (Pastinaca sativa)
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) Pastinaca sativa
Synonyms: pastinaak
fr-BE French (Belgium) Pastinaca sativa
Synonyms: Panaïs