Horn-Sauerklee (Oxalis corniculata) - findet sich oft als Begleitflora im Garten. Bei mir flächig vorhanden. Es hat einen Bruder, den aufrechten Klee (Oxalis stricta - Bild imThread), der auch im Garten vorkommt und als essbare Wildpflanze Verwendung findet. https://t.co/UKEOd6eVNI
Oxalis stricta https://t.co/YFBmNd3xLQ
@seemaychou Such a fun idea! Will ping you at some point regarding my fave cosmopolitan weed Oxalis stricta and its potential for a nice learning model that does not die when you look at it funny *cough arabidopsis cough*. Cograts!!!
Wood Sorrel: Pictures, Flowers, Leaves & Identification | Oxalis stricta https://t.co/eidABtrSM5
@lynnnj @ChristosArgyrop Been obsessed with Oxalis stricta for years now. Long ago had the ambition to nanopore sequence it but my naivete soon imploded when computational means of assembly surpassed my amateur home lab budget. Still dreaming of a CRISPR knockout of oxalic acid pathway for safe forage...
Common Yellow Woodsorrel (Oxalis stricta) A few of these shots are embarrassingly out of focus I thought these were clovers, but not so. The tiny yellow flowers only bloomed for a day or two. Wikipedia says they like sandy soil, guess that's why I see them in brick mortar! https://t.co/0HODlOF8Fe
@LeifBersweden @gartnerkenneth I love wild edibles My Grandmother taught me one day that this cute little yellow flowered plants leaves could be eaten. I have been intrigued to this day by how many common weeds can be eaten. That plant was Yellow Wood Sorrel (Oxalis stricta) and it taste like Lief said
@yamanotakasi オッタチカタバミ（ おっ立ち片喰） おっ立ちって…昼間っから… (*/∀＼*)ｲﾔﾝ Oxalis strictaだそーです（よく分からんす） https://t.co/qjHQUzVVUx
@KamounLab *coughs in Oxalis stricta*
@geekmystic *Oxalis Stricta
Yellow woodsorrell- Oxalis stricta. https://t.co/UgbEGHQsiI
Correction, it’s woodsorrel, or oxalis stricta. Did you know it tastes like a very tart wild blueberry? It’s delicious, tbh.
#額装のない写真展 #詩書きさんと繋がりたい その色で 悲しみの雫を やさしく受け止め きよらかに 天に返す エゾタチカタバミ(Oxalis stricta L.) https://t.co/Ro5eR8gesH
Oxalis corniculata, the creeping woodsorrel, also called procumbent yellow sorrel or sleeping beauty, resembles the common yellow woodsorrel, Oxalis stricta. It is a somewhat delicate-appearing, low-growing, herbaceous plant in the family Oxalidaceae.
Looks like a shamrock, right? Actually, native wood sorrell (Oxalis stricta) is from a whole different family. Historically, this sour-tasting plant was used for treating fevers and other medicinal purposes. #WildlifeWednesdays #StPatricksDay https://t.co/lCQT4e3AuD
@aryelipman @SynBio1 Soon! Oxalis stricta is a good candidate! Had a few 4 leaf sports but they did not culture well. Needs domestication but doable! https://t.co/7q5OAHkPBO
@EveningMews I'd google these :) Dandelion leaf (cooked) Plantago major (cooked) pineappleweed is a chamomile substitute Oxalis stricta (raw I think?) Hawkweed leaves (I think cooked) Orpine (raw) Wintercress (either) plantago lanceolata Colt'sfoot (young)
Imamura, Akio, and Kota Hariu. "Withering corolla remains on the calyx tube enhance reproductive success in Oxalis stricta L." Plant‐Environment Interactions. (2020) https://t.co/8paYVqMvqW #publishing #plants #environment #Ecology https://t.co/kHCg1vRV51
@madhuriketa Never mind ..Got it on image search.. Oxalis corniculata, the creeping woodsorrel, also called procumbent yellow sorrel or sleeping beauty, resembles the common yellow woodsorrel, Oxalis stricta. It is a somewhat delicate-appearing, low-growing, herbaceous plant.
Imamura, Akio, and Kota Hariu. "Withering corolla remains on the calyx tube enhance reproductive success in Oxalis stricta L." Plant‐Environment Interactions. (2020) https://t.co/8paYVquUzo #publishing #plants #environment #Ecology https://t.co/X6NxReURoV