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'''''Colocasia esculenta,''''' vel '''taro''' (-onis, ''com. gen.'') (ex [[lingua Tahitiana]] et aliis linguis Polynesiis), rarius '''kalo''' (ex [[lingua Havaiana]]), est [[Angiospermae|planta florens]] in [[familia (taxinomia)|familiafamiliae]] [[Araceae|Aracearum]], quam [[homo|homines]] in [[zona tropica|zonis tropicis]] excolunt praecipue [[holus]] radicale propter eius [[cormus|cormos]] esculentos, et secondariesecundarie holus frondosum. Habetur una ex primis mundi plantis cultis.<ref>[http://www.new-agri.co.uk/06-1/countryp.html new-agri.co Country profile: Samoa, New Agriculturist Online].</ref> <!--Ea Taro is closely related toad ''[[XanthosomaCaladium]]'' andet ''[[CaladiumXanthosoma]]'', plantsarte commonlyconectitur, grownplantas assaepissime [[ornamentalplanta plantornamentalis|ornamentalsornamentales]] excultas, andet likesicut themplantae itillorum isgenerum sometimesaliquando looselyvulgo calledappellatur '''elephant[[auris]] ear'[[elephas|elephantis]].''.-->
 
Planta incocta est toxicarius propter [[calcium oxalatum|calcii oxalatum]].<ref>http://www.weird-food.com/weird-food-vegetable.html</ref><ref>http://www.aspca.org/site/PageServer?pagename=pro_apcc_toxic_tarovine</ref> <!-- but cooking destroys the toxin.<ref>''The Morton Arboretum Quarterly'', Morton Arboretum/University of California, 1965, p. 36.</ref> or can be removed by steeping Taro roots in cold water overnight.-->
 
== Nomina ==
Taroni et speciebus ''[[Xanthosomis]]'' domesticatis ubique sunt usus similes sed multa nomina, non exceptis ''callaloo'' et ''coco'' vel ''cocoyam.''<!-- Taro may be distinguished as "taro cocoyam" or "old cocoyam".--> [[Insulae Vitienses|Insulis Vitiensibus]], cognatus verbo Polynesio est ''dalo'' (enunciatum ''ndalo''). In [[Kenya]], taro Anglice ''arrowroot'' appellatus est; in [[lingua Kikuyu]], ''ndŭma''; in nonnullis civitatibus [[Mare Caribaeum|Maris Caribaei]], ''dasheen,'' nomen fortasse ex [[lingua Francica]] ''de Chine'' 'de Sina'. Alterum nomen Caribaeum est ''eddoe,'' quod videtur [[cultivarietas|cultivarietates]] cormis parvis denotare.<!-- and evokes the plant's Asian origins. The leaves are used to make a soup popular in the US Virgin Islands, called '''kallaloo''' soup.--> [[Cyprus|Cypri]], taro ''kolokassi'' appellatus est, nomen simile nomini Romano, ''colocasia,'' quod autem ad '[[faba]]m [[Aegyptus|Aegyptiam]]' perstringit.
 
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