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The coronopus1 is an elongated plant, with fissures in the leaves. It is sometimes cultivated, as the root, roasted in hot ashes, is found to be an excellent remedy for cœliac com- plaints.

1 The Cochlearia coronopus of Linnæus, crow's-foot, or buck's-horn plantain.

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