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Brassica elongata, the elongated mustard or long-stalked rape, is a species of the mustard plant that is native to parts of Central Europe, Eastern Europe, the Balkan Peninsula, the Caucasus, Morocco and parts of Central Asia. Through plant invasion this species has become naturalized in many other parts of the world. Some of these naturalized regions include South Africa, North Western Europe, Australia and North America. Given the wide range of climate and ecological conditions of these regions, B. elongata has been able to disrupt the ecosystems of their native plant habitats and has been label as an invasive species in many of its naturalized zones. In North America, this species is often found as a roadside weed in the southwestern states, particularly in the state of Nevada. Studies

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  • Brukev prodloužená
  • Brassica elongata
  • Brassica elongata
  • Svartahavskål
  • Капуста-рогачка
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  • Brukev prodloužená (Brassica elongata) je až metr vysoká, žlutě kvetoucí rostlina, jeden z mnoha druhů rodu brukev. Její semena jsou zdrojem potravinářského i technického oleje.
  • Svartahavskål (Brassica elongata) är en korsblommig växtart som beskrevs av Jakob Friedrich Ehrhart. Enligt Catalogue of Life ingår Svartahavskål i släktet kålsläktet och familjen korsblommiga växter, men enligt Dyntaxa är tillhörigheten istället släktet kålsläktet och familjen korsblommiga växter. Arten förekommer tillfälligt i Sverige, men reproducerar sig inte.
  • Капуста-рогачка, рогачка хріновидна як Erucastrum elongatum (Brassica elongata) — вид рослин з родини капустяних (Brassicaceae), поширений у Марокко, центральній і південно-східній Європі, західній і середній Азії, західному Сибіру й Сіньцзяні.
  • Brassica elongata, the elongated mustard or long-stalked rape, is a species of the mustard plant that is native to parts of Central Europe, Eastern Europe, the Balkan Peninsula, the Caucasus, Morocco and parts of Central Asia. Through plant invasion this species has become naturalized in many other parts of the world. Some of these naturalized regions include South Africa, North Western Europe, Australia and North America. Given the wide range of climate and ecological conditions of these regions, B. elongata has been able to disrupt the ecosystems of their native plant habitats and has been label as an invasive species in many of its naturalized zones. In North America, this species is often found as a roadside weed in the southwestern states, particularly in the state of Nevada. Studies
  • Brassica elongata, le chou allongé ou chou élancé, est une espèce de plantes dicotylédones de la famille des Brassicaceae, originaire d'Eurasie (Europe centrale et orientale, Asie centrale) et d'Afrique du Nord (Maroc). Ce sont des plantes herbacées bisannuelles ou vivaces pouvant atteindre 1 m de haut, qui se multiplient par graines. On les rencontre dans les milieux perturbés, les bords de route, dans les champs cultivés, les jachères et les zones de steppe.
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