See also: Camelina

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Camelina sativa in bloom

Etymology edit

From the genus name Camelina.

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camelina (uncountable)

  1. The plant Camelina sativa, sometimes cultivated for oilseed
    Synonyms: gold-of-pleasure, false flax
    • 2009 January 7, Matthew L. Wald, “A Move Toward Veggie Power Aloft”, in New York Times[1]:
      Another possibility is camelina, which produces a tiny, mustardlike seed from which oil can be extracted, It does not require extensive fertilization.

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