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Abstract Nigella damascena L. (Family: Ranunculaceae, Sam corek otu) is an annual herb with an erect, branched stem and alternate, finely divided, feathery reyish-green leaves and bluish-white flowers The fruit is a globose capsule with small black, rough seed. It is a common gardon plant. Its seed has been used as a condiment. (1, 2)

Authors: Akcasu; A. Kavalali; G.

Journal: Acta Pharm. Tuerc.

Year: 1990

Volume: 32

Page: 41

UID: PFA:10158

Genus Species Data Points
Nigella damascena 5
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