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Fam.: Lamiaceae / Mint Fam.      

Genus:  Ocimum  L.
 

Authors:
   L.:  Carl von Linné (Linnaeus, 1707 - 1777), Swedish naturalist who introduced the binary naming system for plants and animals
 

Etymology:
   Ocimum:   Greek plant name
   basilicum:   royal
 

Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil, S Botan. Gar.  Universit.  Uppsala 28.8.2010
Fig. 1:  Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil (cultiv.)
S Botan. Gar. Universit. Uppsala 28.8.2010
Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil, S Botan. Gar.  Universit.  Uppsala 28.8.2010
Fig. 2:  Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil (cultiv.)
S Botan. Gar. Universit. Uppsala 28.8.2010
Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil, S Botan. Gar.  Universit.  Uppsala 28.8.2010
Fig. 3:  Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil (cultiv.)
S Botan. Gar. Universit. Uppsala 28.8.2010
Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil, D Mannheim 6.1.2014
Fig. 4:  Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil (cultiv., seed stem)
D Mannheim 6.1.2014
Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil, D Mannheim 6.1.2014
Fig. 5:  Ocimum basilicum / Sweet Basil (cultiv., seed stem)
D Mannheim 6.1.2014

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