Beta vulgaris

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 Vernacular names [edit wikidata]
APG III Classification: DomainEukaryota • (unranked)Archaeplastida • RegnumPlantae • Cladusangiosperms • Claduseudicots • Claduscore eudicots • OrdoCaryophyllales • FamiliaAmaranthaceae • SubfamiliaBetoideae • GenusBeta • Species: Beta vulgaris L., 1753
 Synonyms
Beta cicla L.
Beta crispa Tratt.
Beta esculenta Salisb. (nom. illeg.)
Beta sulcata Gasp.
Beta vulgaris subsp. esculenta Cout.
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Included subspecies (for Wikispecies):
B. v. subsp. adanensis, B. v. subsp. maritima, B. v. subsp. vulgaris

Features[edit]

Stems and leaves[edit]

Flowers and fruits[edit]

Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris[edit]

Flavescens- and Cicla-group (Chard and Spinach beet)[edit]

Conditiva-group (Red beet or Beetroot)[edit]

Altissima-group (Sugar beet)[edit]

Crassa-group (Mangelwurzel or Fodder beet)[edit]

Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima[edit]

 Vernacular names
  • EnglishSea beet, Wild beet
  • dansk: Strandbede
  • Deutsch: Wilde Rübe, Meer-Mangold, Meer-Rübe, See-Mangold, Wild-Bete, Wilder Mangold
  • español: Remolacha marítima
  • suomi: Rantajuurikas
  • français: Betterave maritime, Bette maritime
  • Nordfriisk: Wil rööw
  • Gaeilge: Beetys marrey
  • galego: Acelga mariña
  • Gaelg: Beetys marrey
  • hrvatski: Primorska blitva
  • 日本語: ハマフダンソウ Hama fudansou
  • Nederlands: Strandbiet, Zeebiet
  • norsk nynorsk: Strandbete
  • Picard: Biéte éd mér
  • polski: Burak dziki
  • português: Acelga brava
  • русский: Свёкла приморская
  • slovenščina: Primorska pesa
  • svenska: Strandbeta

Illustrations[edit]

Beets in art[edit]

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