Definition of Berteroa
: a small genus of Eurasian herbs (family Cruciferae) with narrow entire leaves, white racemose flowers, and oblong or nearly round pods — see hoary alyssum
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Origin and Etymology of berteroa
New Latin, after Carlo G. Bertero †1831 Italian botanist
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