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{{Italic title}}{{taxobox|name = Giant fennel|image = Riesenfenchel.JPG|regnum = Plantae
Flowering plant>Angiosperms|unranked_classis = Eudicots|unranked_ordo = Asterids|ordo = Apiales|familia = Apiaceae|genus = Ferula|species = F. communis|binomial = Ferula communisCarl Linnaeus>L.}}File:Ferula communis MHNT.BOT.2008.1.11.jpg|thumb|Ferula communis - MHNTMHNTFerula communis, the giant fennel,WEB, BSBI List 2007, Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland,weblink xls,weblink 2015-01-25, 2014-10-17, is a species of flowering plant in the carrot family Apiaceae. It is related to common fennel, which belongs to another genus, Foeniculum.Ferula communis is a tall herbaceous perennial. It is found in Mediterranean and East African woodlands and shrublands.WEB,weblink Flora of Israel Online entry, 2011-02-23,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20120314175200weblink">weblink 2012-03-14, dead, It was known in antiquity as LaserApicius: A Critical Edition with an Introduction and an English Translation, ed. Grocok and Grainger or narthex.JOURNAL, Kandeler, R., Ullrich, W. R., 10.1093/jxb/erp041, Symbolism of plants: Examples from European-Mediterranean culture presented with biology and history of art: MARCH: Silphion and narthex, Journal of Experimental Botany, 60, 3, 715–717, 2009, 19269995, In Sardinia two different chemotypes of Ferula communis have been identified: poisonous (especially to animals like sheep, goats, cattle, and horses) and not-poisonous.BOOK, Verotta, editor, Luisella, Virtual activity, real pharmacology : different approaches to the search for bioactive natural compounds, 1997, Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India, 9788186481172, They differ for both secondary metabolites pattern and enzymatic composition.JOURNAL, Zucca, Paolo, Sanjust, Enrico, Loi, Martina, Sollai, Francesca, Ballero, Mauro, Pintus, Manuela, Rescigno, Antonio, Isolation and characterization of polyphenol oxidase from Sardinian poisonous and non-poisonous chemotypes of Ferula communis (L.), Phytochemistry, June 2013, 90, 16–24, 10.1016/j.phytochem.2013.02.019, 23523329, The name of the phenolic compound ferulic acid comes from the giant fennel Latin name, where the compound can be isolated.

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