Poaceae

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Poaceae

[pō′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The equivalent name for Gramineae.
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Chemical composition and nutritive value of grass forages Graminae DM Ash CP EE % % DM Andropogon gayanus 71.
Due to different species of graminae being sampled at each elevation, data on height of stubble immediately before cattle entered a pasture confirmed that blue grama was inherently the shortest (middle elevation), western wheatgrass was intermediate (low elevation), and species of dropseeds were the tallest (high elevation) grasses.
Cover of Helichrysum, Scariola, Centaurea and Helianthemum are highiest in habitat 1 and cover of Astragalus, Stipa, Ebenus, Graminae, Achillea and Bromus are high in habitat 5, 4, 3 and 2.
Although, the family Graminae comprised of grasses and cereal grains (e.
Amaranthaceae, Cruciferae, Polygonaceae, and Graminae.
Petola Fruit GRAMINAE Cymbopogon citratus Stapf Serai makan Whole plant GUTTIFERAE Calophyllum wallichianum Planch.
Deep down, my aversion to the graminae, grasses, as a plant family, probably goes back to those dismal days.
1[right arrow] 3)(1[right arrow] 4)-[Beta]D-Glucan has only been confirmed in the Graminae, or grasses, although there is a structurally very similar polysaccharide present in some lichens.
1% of the volume of all crop contents, and the grass family, Graminae, made up 36.