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bittercress

Terms vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

terms | bittercress |


As nouns the difference between terms and bittercress

is that terms is while bittercress is , a biennial herb native to europe.

Genus vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

genus | bittercress |


As nouns the difference between genus and bittercress

is that genus is while bittercress is , a biennial herb native to europe.

Cardamine vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

cardamine | bittercress |

Cardamine is likely misspelled.


Cardamine has no English definition.

As a noun bittercress is

species: Barbarea vulgaris, a biennial herb native to Europe.

Plant vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

plant | bittercress |


As nouns the difference between plant and bittercress

is that plant is an organism that is not an animal, especially an organism capable of photosynthesis typically a small or herbaceous organism of this kind, rather than a tree while bittercress is , a biennial herb native to europe.

As a verb plant

is to place (a seed or plant) in soil or other substrate in order that it may live and grow.

Europe vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

europe | bittercress |


As nouns the difference between europe and bittercress

is that europe is while bittercress is , a biennial herb native to europe.

Herb vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

herb | bittercress |


As nouns the difference between herb and bittercress

is that herb is any green, leafy plant, or parts thereof, used to flavor or season food while bittercress is species: Barbarea vulgaris, a biennial herb native to Europe.

As a proper noun Herb

is a diminutive=Herbert given name.

Biennial vs Bittercress - What's the difference?

biennial | bittercress |


As nouns the difference between biennial and bittercress

is that biennial is a plant that requires two years to complete its life-cycle, germinating and growing in its first year, then producing its flowers and fruit in its second year, after which it usually dies while bittercress is , a biennial herb native to europe.

As an adjective biennial

is happening every two years.