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Sinapis

See list of 2 species in this genus
  • 1a. Silique glabrous or sparsely bristly, ca. 2 mm wide, with 5–12 seeds; indehiscent beak of silique compressed-quadrangular, 10–12 mm long, up to 1 times as long as the silique body; fruiting pedicels ascending, 3–5 mm long; leaf blades, especially the middle and upper ones, often merely toothed
  • 1b. Silique densely bristly, ca. 4 mm wide, with 4–8 seeds; indehiscent beak of silique flat, 15–30 mm long, 1 or more times as long as the silique body; fruiting pedicels wide-spreading, 5–12 mm long; most of the leaf blades prominently pinnately lobed

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