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Perilla frutescens (L.) Britton

Ordo : Lamiales 
Familia : Lamiaceae 
Genus : Perilla 
L.
Species : P. frutescens 
Perilla frutescens 
(L.) Britton  
Synonyma
*Dentidia nankinensis Lour.
  • Dentidia purpurascens Pers.
  • Dentidia purpurea Poir.
  • Melissa cretica Lour.
  • Melissa maxima Ard.
  • Mentha perilloides Lam.
  • Ocimum acutum Thunb.
  • Ocimum crispum Thunb.
  • Ocimum frutescens L.
  • Perilla acuta (Thunb.) Nakai
  • Perilla albiflora Odash.
  • Perilla avium Dunn
  • Perilla citriodora (Makino) Nakai
  • Perilla crispa (Thunb.) Tanaka
  • Perilla hirtella Nakai
  • Perilla nankinensis (Lour.) Decne.
  • Perilla shimadae Kudô
  • Perilla urticifolia Salisb.[1]

Perilla frutescens (binomen anno 1894 a Nathaniele Britton statutum post Linnaeum, qui Ocimum frutescens scripserat) est species plantarum florentium familiae Lamiacearum, in Asia Orientali varietatibus pluribus ad usus culinarios culta. In Iaponia iam aevo Jōmon cultivabatur ab anno fere 5800 ante praesentem.[2]

NotaeRecensere

  1. The Plant List
  2. Matsui et Kanehara 2006:262–263.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Nathaniel Lord Britton in Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club vol. 5 fasc. 18 (1894) p. 277
  • Akira Matsui, Masaaki Kanehara, "The Question of Prehistoric Plant Husbandry during the Jomon Period in Japan" in World Archaeology vol. 38 (2006) pp. 259-273

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