tartary buckwheat

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tartary buckwheat

[′tärd·ə·rē ′bək‚wēt]
(botany)
One of three buckwheat species grown commercially; the leaves are narrower than the other two species and arrow-shaped, and the flowers are smaller with inconspicuous greenish-white sepals. Also known as duck wheat; hulless buckwheat; rye buckwheat.
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Effects of yeast polysaccharide on growth and flavonoid accumulation in Fagopyrum tataricum sprout cultures.
Effects of tatariside G isolated from Fagopyrum tataricum roots on apoptosis in human cervical cancer HeLa cells.
Overcoming the barrier to interspecific hybridization of Fagopyrum esculentum with Fagopyrum tataricum.
Genotypic differences in Al resistance and the role of cell-wall pectin in Al exclusion from the root apex in Fagopyrum tataricum.
Two species of buckwheat are the main ones cultivated world-wide, namely, Fagopyrum esculentum Moench and Fagopyrum tataricum Gaerth.
Failure of fertilization associated with absence of zygote development in the interspecific cross of Fagopyrum tataricum x F.