Lepidium sativum
Lepidium L.
Lepidium sativum L. subsp. sativum L.
Ömür: Tek yıllık
Yapı: otsu
Hayat formu:
İlk çiçeklenme zamanı: 4
Son çiçeklenme zamanı: 6
Habitat: boş alan, ekili alan
Minimum yükseklik: -1
Maksimum yükseklik: -1
Endemik: -
Element: ?
Türkiye dağılımı: Trakya, K., G. ve D. Anadolu
Genel dağılımı: Dünyada Yaygın
Bulunduğu kareler:A2 A4 B1 B6 B8 C6 C7
L. sativum L., Sp. PL 644 (1753).
  Annual with a single, erect stem 20-50 cm, branched in region of inflorescence, glabrous or pilose. Basal leaves lyrate-pinnate, long-petiolate, soon withering. Cauline leaves 1 or 2 x pinnate, less incised than basal, with oblong-linear segments; uppermost, linear, entire. Flowering branches from the lower leaf axils up to the top of stem. Petals white or lilac, 2-3 *1 mm, oblong-spathulate. Fruiting pedicels ascending, 2-3.5 mm. Siliculae broadly elliptical or orbicular-ovate, 5-6 x 4-5 mm, distinctly emarginate. A much cultivated species with an uncertain wild distribution. Two easily recognisable subspecies occur in Turkey:
1. Axes of fruiting racemes not ending in a spiny point; pedicels of fruiting racemes c. 1/2 length of fruit; style not exceeding apical sinus subsp. sativum
1. Axes of fruiting racemes ending in a spiny point; pedicels of fruiting racemes less than 1/2 length of fruit; style exceeding apical sinus subsp. spinosum
subsp. sativum. Figure 10, p. 251. Ic.: Madalski, Fl. Pol. Ic. 9(1): t. 1039a(1963). Fl. 4-6. Waste and cultivated places.
Provenance not given (Hb. Linn. 824/11!).
  Scattered, often cultivated. A2(E) Istanbul: Flamur (Ihlamur), 21 vi 1893, Azn.! A2(A) Istanbul: nr. Erenköy, 9 v 1892, Azn.! A4 Zonguldak: Zonguldak, Dijkstra! B6 Seyhan: Hadjin (Saimbeyli), Post 552! C6 Hatay: Antakya, D. 27235! C7 Urfa: Siverek, 800 m, D. 28292!
  Cultivated throughout most of the world as a salad plant (cress).