EPPO Global Database

Sinapis alba(SINAL)

Overview
Last modification: 2004-05-25

Basic information
  • EPPO code: SINAL
  • Preferred name: Sinapis alba
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Probably native in western Europe and Mediterranean. Widely cultivated as a condiment, and naturalized in an area extending from Macaronesia to Russia, Caucasus, Siberia, Russian Far East, Central Asia, China, other continents. Subspecies mairei and dissecta have been distinguished, but they co-exist with the nominate subspecies and are no more than variants

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Other scientific names
Name Authority
Brassica alba (Linnaeus) Rabenhorst
Brassica foliosa (Willdenow) Sampaio
Brassica hirta Mönch
Sinapis alba subsp. alba Linnaeus
Sinapis alba subsp. mairei (Lindberg) Maire
Sinapis arvensis subsp. dissecta (Lagasca) Bonnier
Sinapis dissecta Lagasca

Common names
Name Language
бял синап Bulgarian
mostalla Catalan
mostassa Catalan
mostassa blanca Catalan
senabre Catalan
hořčice bilá Czech
hořčice setá Czech
gul sennep Danish
weißer Senf German
ήμερο σινάπι Greek
σίναπις λευκή Greek
white mustard English
jaramago Spanish
jenabe Spanish
mostaza blanca Spanish
valge sinep Estonian
ziapia Basque
keltasinappi Finnish
hurlu French
moutarde blanche French
chardal lavan Hebrew
חַרְדָּל לָבָן Hebrew
bijela gorušica Croatian
fehér mustár Hungarian
hvítur mustarður Icelandic
ruchettone Italian
senape bianca Italian
キクガラシ Japanese
シロガラシ Japanese
kikugarashi Japanese
shirogarashi Japanese
baltoji garstyčia Lithuanian
baltā sinepe Latvian
mustarda Maltese
witte mosterd Dutch
kvitsennep Norwegian
gorczyca biała Polish
gorczyca jasna Polish
mostarda-branca Portuguese
muștar alb Romanian
горчица английская Russian
горчица белая Russian
horčica biela Slovak
bela gorčica Slovene
bela gorjušica Slovene
sinap Albanian
sinapi i bardhë Albanian
бела горушица Serbian
vitsenap Swedish
mamanık Turkish
гірчиця біла Ukrainian
гірчиця розсічена Ukrainian
bái gài Chinese
白芥 Chinese