Acorus calamus

  1. perennial marsh plant having swordlike leaves and aromatic roots
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How To Use Acorus calamus In A Sentence

  • Acorus calamus plants originated from the Moossee, and were cultivated in a pond at the University of St Andrews.
  • By contrast, the flowers of Acorus calamus from the family Aracea are relatively insignificant and its most appealing distinguishing feature is its foliage.
  • There is a report that indicates that amylase plays an important role in the anoxia-tolerant rhizome of Acorus calamus.
  • From November to December, Acorus calamus was still in growth.
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