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Collaborative dictionary of 58 plants.


Each dictionary entry, linked to a mini website (SMORE), provides the following information:

Scientific Latin name of the plant (family, genus and species)

Vulgar name in English and mother tongues

Morphological description

Uses, threats and singularity

Classical myths related to the plant.

Methodology: international target groups work on the collaborative dictionary during school hours simultaneously in varied disciplines: Natural science, English language, mother tongues, Classical Culture, and Computing.

ENTRIES Laurel entry model
  1. Aconite
  2. Almond
  3. Anemone
  4. Apple tree
  5. Artichoke
  6. Asphodel
  7. Barley
  8. Belladonna - Erabelar
  9. Chesnut
  10. Celery
  11. Crocus
  12. Cypress
  13. Datura Stramonium
  14. Fennel
  15. Fig Tree
  16. Fir(izeia)
  17. Frankincense tree
  18. Garlic
  19. Grape
  20. Hemlock
  21. Hyacinth
  22. Holm
  23. Holm
  24. Iris
  25. Ivy
  26. Jimsonweed
  27. Juniper
  28. Larkspur
  29. Linden
  30. Lotus
  31. OAK
  32. Mistletoe
  33. Mint
  34. Moly plant
  35. Myrrh
  36. Myrtle
  37. Mullberry, black
  38. Narcissus
  39. Narcissus 21
  40. Olive Tree
  41. Palm Tree
  42. Pine
  43. Plany plant
  44. Plane oriental
  45. Pomegranate
  46. Poplar
  47. black Poplar
  48. Poppy Corn
  49. Populus Alba
  50. Reed
  51. Rock rose
  52. Rose
  53. sunflower
  54. Violet
  55. Walnut
  56. Wheat
  57. Willowwhite
  58. Yew
  59. Yew 2