Melilotus officinalis (Q161160)

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species of plant
  • Field melilot
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Melilotus officinalis
species of plant
  • Field melilot

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Melilotus officinalis
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Melilotus officinalis
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yellow sweetclover (English)
أكليل الملك (Arabic)
إكليل الملك (Arabic)
الحندقوق (Arabic)
حندقوق (Arabic)
Dərman xəşənbülü (Azerbaijani)
Ҡандала үләне (Bashkir)
Melilot (Catalan)
komonice lékařská (Czech)
Żôłti miodownik (Kashubian)
Yr wydro resog (Welsh)
Gelber Steinklee (German)
Gewöhnlicher Steinklee (German)
Common Melilot (English)
Ribbed Melilot (English)
Yellow Melilot (English)
Yellow Sweet Clover (English)
meliloto amarillo (Spanish)
trébol de olor amarillo (Spanish)
Kollane mesikas (Estonian)
Itsabalki arrunt (Basque)
اکلیل الملک (Persian)
اکلیل‌الملک (Persian)
بسنگ (Persian)
شاه افسر (Persian)
شاه بسه (Persian)
شاه‌افسر (Persian)
ناخنک (Persian)
یونجه زرد (Persian)
Rohtomesikkä (Finnish)
Mélilot jaune (French)
Melilot officinal (French)
Mélilot officinal (French)
Crúibín cait (Irish)
ઝરેર (Gujarati)
Žołty komonc (Upper Sorbian)
Orvosi somkóró (Hungarian)
Meliloto (Italian)
Сары түйежоңышқа (Kazakh)
Trifolium melilotus (Latin)
Geltonžiedis barkūnas (Lithuanian)
Jondobilis (Lithuanian)
Ашо цивиця (Erzya)
Legesteinkløver (Norwegian Bokmål)
Akkerhoningklaver (Dutch)
Citroengele honingklaver (Dutch)
Nostrzyk lekarski (Polish)
Nostrzyk żółty (Polish)
meliloto-amarelo (Portuguese)
meliloto (Portuguese)
trevo-de-cheiro. (Portuguese)
Sulfină (Romanian)
Донник желтый (Russian)
Донник жёлтый (Russian)
Донник лекарственный (Russian)
Sulfinâ (Aromanian)
komonica lekárska (Slovak)
Navadna medena detelja (Slovenian)
Gul sötväppling (Swedish)
Sarı taş yoncası (Turkish)
Буркун лікарський (Ukrainian)
Конюшина лікарська (Ukrainian)
黄香草木樨 (Simplified Chinese)
黃香草木樨 (Traditional Chinese)
黃香草木樨 (Chinese (Taiwan))
黄香草木樨 (Chinese)
Melilotus officinalis
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27 June 2015
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18 September 2016