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arable crops (agricultural produce, farm produce)

Varieties of grain (grain, cereals, farinaceous plants, bread-corn)

1 rye (also: corn, 'corn' often meaning the main cereal of a country or region; in Northern Germany: rye; in Southern Germany and Italy: wheat; in Sweden: barley; in Scotland: oats; in North America: maize; in China: rice)

2 ear of rye, a spike (head)

3 spikelet

4 ergot, a grain deformed by fungus [shown with mycelium]

5 corn stem after tillering

6 culm (stalk)

7 node of the culm

8 leaf (grain leaf)

9 leaf sheath (sheath)

10 spikelet

11 glume

12 awn (beard, arista)

13 seed (grain, kernel, farinaceous grain)

14 embryo plant

15 seed

16 embryo

17 root

18 root hair

19 grain leaf

20 leaf blade (blade, lamina)

21 leaf sheath

22 ligule (ligula)

23 wheat

24 spelt

25 seed;unripe:green spelt,a soup vegetable

26 barley

27 oat panicle, a panicle

28 millet

29 rice

30 rice grain

31 maize (Indian corn, Am. corn); varieties: popcorn, dent corn, flint corn (flint maize, Am. Yankee corn), pod corn (Am. cow corn, husk corn), soft corn (Am. flour corn, squaw corn), sweet corn

32 female inflorescence

33 husk (shuck)

34 style

35 male inflorescence (tassel)

36 maize cob (Am. corncob)

37 maize kernel (grain of maize) 38-45 root crops

38 potato plant (potato), a tuberous plant; varieties: round, round-oval (pear-shaped), flat-oval, long, kidney-shaped potato; according to colour: white (Am. Irish), yellow, red, purple potato

39 seed potato (seed tuber)

40 potato tuber (potato, tuber)

41 potato top (potato haulm)

42 flower

43 poisonous potato berry (potato; apple)

44 sugar beet, a beet

45 root (beet)

46 beet top

47 beet leaf


Vegetables

Leguminous plants

(Leguminosae)

1 pea, a plant with a papilionaceous corolla

2 pea flower

3 pinnate leaf

4 pea tendril, a leaf tendril

5 stipule

6 legume (pod), a seed vessel (pericarp, legume)

7 pea [seed]

8 bean plant (bean), a climbing plant (climber, creeper); varieties: broad bean (runner bean, Am. scarlet runner), climbing bean (climber, pole bean), scarlet runner bean; smaller: dwarf French bean (bush bean)

9 bean flower

10 twining beanstalk

11 bean [pod with seeds]

12 tomato

13 cucumber

14 asparagus

15 radish

16 white radish

17 carrot

18 stump-rooted carrot

19 parsley

20 horse-radish

21 leeks

22 chives

23 pumpkin (Am. squash);sim.: melon

24 onion

25onion skin

26 kohlrabi

27 celeriac

Brassicas (leaf vegetables)

28 chard (Swiss chard, seakale beet)

29 spinach

30 Brussels sprouts (sprouts)

31 cauliflower

32 cabbage (round cabbage, head of cabbage), a brassica; cultivated races (cultivars): green cabbage, red cabbage

33 savoy (savoy cabbage)

34 kale (curly kale, kail), a winter green

35 scorzonera (black salsify)

Salad plants

36 lettuce (cabbage lettuce, head of lettuce)

37 lettuce leaf

38 corn salad (lamb's lettuce)

39 endive (endive leaves)

40 chicory (succory, salad chicory)

41 globe artichoke

42 sweet pepper (Spanish paprika)

 

 


Soft Fruit and Pomes


Soft fruit (berry bushes)

Ribes

1 gooseberry bush

2 flowering gooseberry cane

3 leaf

4 flower

5 magpie moth larva

6 gooseberry flower

7 epigynous ovary

8 calyx (sepals)

9 gooseberry, a berry

10 currant bush

11 cluster of berries

12 currant

13 stalk

14 flowering cane of the currant

15 raceme

16 strawberry plant; varieties: wild strawberry (woodland strawberry), garden strawberry, alpine strawberry

17 flowering and fruit-bearing plant

18 rhizome

19 ternate leaf (trifoliate leaf)

20 runner (prostrate stem)

21 strawberry, a pseudocarp

22 epicalyx

23 achene (seed)

24 flesh (pulp)

25 raspberry bush

26 raspberry flower

27 flower bud (bud)

28 fruit (raspberry), an aggregate fruit (compound fruit)

29 blackberry

30 thorny tendril

Pomiferous plants

 

31 pear tree; wild: wild pear tree

32 flowering branch of the pear tree

33 pear [longitudinal section]

34 pear stalk (stalk)

35 flesh (pulp)

36 core (carpels)

37 pear pip (seed), a fruit pip

38 pear blossom

39 ovules

40 ovary

41 stigma

42 style

43 petal

44 sepal

45 stamen (anther)

46 quince tree

47 quince leaf

48 stipule

49 apple-shaped quince [longitudinal section]

50 pear-shaped quince [longitudinal section]

51 apple tree; wild: crab apple tree

52 flowering branch of the apple tree

53 leaf

54 apple blossom

55 withered flower

56 apple [longitudinal section]

57 apple skin

58 flesh (pulp)

59 core (apple core, carpels)

60 apple pip, a fruit pip

61 apple stalk (stalk)

62 codling moth (codlin moth)

63 burrow (tunnel)

64 larva (grub, caterpillar) of a small moth

65 wormhole


 


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17. www.westminster.edu

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19. www.seaweed.ucg.ie

20. www.emc.maricopa.edu

21. www.hcs.ohio-state.edu

22.www.home.manhattan.edu

23. www.mcnet.marietta.edu

24. www.fao.org

25. www.ext.nodak.edu

26. www.jstate.addr.com

 


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Unit 4... 28

 

Unit 5... 40

 

Unit 6... 51

 

Unit 7... 60

 

Unit 8... 70

 

Unit 9... 78

 

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