What are Acorus?

  • (noun): Sweet flags; sometimes placed in subfamily Acoraceae.
    Synonyms: genus Acorus

Some articles on acorus:

Acorus Americanus - Taxonomy
... Acorus americanus was formerly classified as Acorus calamus var ... that this is an American species of Acorus ...
Acorus Americanus - Chemistry
... In 1968 the Food and Drug Administration banned acorus calamus from being used as a food additive and as a medicinalas a result of lab studies that involved supplementing the diets of lab animals over ... of the Himalayas, Mongolia, and C Siberia, the Acorus Americanus diploid strain does not contain the procarcinogenic β-asarone ... not detectable in the North American spontaneous diploid Acorus ” ...
Pseudo - Biology Prefix
... the Iris species Iris pseudacorus, by having leaves similar to those of Acorus calamus in the Acorus genus, having pseud—acorus ('false-acorus') in its botanical name ...
Acorus Gramineus
... Acorus gramineus Sol ... Aiton is a botanical species belonging to the family of Acorus ...
Acorus Calamus - Botanical Information
... The morphological distinction between the Acorus species is made by the number of prominent leaf veins ... Acorus calamus has a single prominent midvein and then on both sides slightly raised secondary veins (with a diameter less than half the midvein) and ... This makes it clearly distinct from Acorus americanus ...