What is another word for Genus Taraxacum?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs tˈaɹɐksˌakəm] (IPA)

Genus Taraxacum is a scientific term used to describe a group of plants that commonly referred to as dandelions. The word "Taraxacum" comes from the Greek words "taraxos" and "akos," which means "disorder" and "remedy," respectively. There are several synonyms for the genus Taraxacum. Some of them are Leontodon, Hieracium, and Crepis. All these synonyms refer to the same group of plants that are characterized by their yellow flowers and fluffy seed heads. Dandelions are widely distributed around the world, and they have been used for medicinal, culinary, and ornamental purposes for centuries.

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