What is the botanic name for chrysanthemum?
The botanic name is Dendranthema grandiflorum.
Phoenix Dactylifera is the botanical name of the Date Palm. They originate from the Middle East, but which Middle Eastern region exactly is unknown due to its long cultivation history. The oldest archaeological evidence of the cultivation of dates so far points to somewhere around 6,000BCE in eastern Arabia. The Ancient Egyptians used the fruit to make wine. You can find out more by clicking here.
The edible green plant "Crown Daisy" is also known as the "garland chrysanthemum" and is usually designated Chrysanthemum coronarium. However, it has had at least 4 other classifications and may be found in the daisy genera Leucanthemum as well. Alternate taxonomic names: Chrysanthemum roxburghii or Chrysanthemum spatiosum Glebionis roxburghii or Glebionis coronaria
There is no such thing as a "botanic name", and the ascaris, which is a roundworm, is a parasite of mammals, not plants. The genus Ascaris contains 17 known species, each of which has a different specific name. You may have meant to ask "what is the scientific name of the ascaris species that infects humans", in which case the answer would be Ascaris lumbricoides.