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Non-scientific name:

gentiane jaune

1 Accepted name(s) for "gentiane jaune":

Accepted name
Gentiana lutea L.

8 Medicinal source(s) include this non-scientific name:

Medicinal sources: Scientific names as used in medicinal source: MPNS matched scientific names: Accepted name: Trade forms: Plant parts:
Encyclopedia of Herb. Medicine (Bartram, 1995) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L.
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L.
Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. root
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. dried root root
Les Plantes Arom. et Med. (Bremness, 1996) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L.
Les Plantes Méd. de la Pharmacopée: Liste A (2000) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. root
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L.
Timber Press Plant Names (Erhardt et al., 2009) Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L. Gentiana lutea L.

45 Non-scientific name(s) associated with "gentiane jaune":

Non-scientific names: Class of name: Medicinal sources:
bachaka Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
bachalchaka Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
balmoney Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
bitterwort Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
common gentian Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
daoua el hoya Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
enzian gelber Other Timber Press Plant Names (Erhardt et al., 2009)
enzianwurzel (ge) Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
esperou Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
european gentian Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
felwort Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gall weed Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gansona Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
ganssana Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gelber enzian Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gelberenzian Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
genchiana Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
genciana Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
genciana amarilla Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gentian Other Timber Press Plant Names (Erhardt et al., 2009)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gentian root (en) Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
gentiana Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gentianae radix Pharmaceutical Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
gentianae radix, radix gentianae Pharmaceutical Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
gentiane Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
genziana gialla Other Encyclopedia of Herb. Medicine (Bartram, 1995)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
genziana maggiore Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
grande gentiane Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
great yellow gentian Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
greatyellow gentian Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
gullgentiana Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
jintiana Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
juntiyana Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
kaf edheeb Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
kaf el arnab Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
kouched Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
kouchâd Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
pale gentian Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
racine de gentian (fr) Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
radice di genziana (it) Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
radix gentianae luteae Pharmaceutical WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
raiz de genciana (sp) Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
tárnics Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
wild gentian Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 3 (2007)
yellow gentian Other Europe's Med. Pl. (Lange, 1998)
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)