Correct spelling for sinapis

Medical definition of sinapis:

A subgenus of Brassica, cruciform plants, including mustard.

Usage examples for sinapis:

  • 12. I. Seedling of Sinapis alba showing root- hairs. "Outlines of Lessons in Botany, Part I; From Seed to Leaf, – Jane H. Newell"
  • With Sinapis alba a better crop of seeds was obtained after geitonogamy, and in the Sugar Beet the average weight of a fruit in the case of a self- fertilised plant was 0. 009 gr. "Darwin and Modern Science, – A.C. Seward and Others"

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