Gramineae


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Related to Gramineae: Palmae, Leguminosae, Mimosaceae, Compositae

Gramineae

[grə′min·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The grasses, a family of monocotyledonous plants in the order Cyperales characterized by distichously arranged flowers on the axis of the spikelet.
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Most samples from core IV register a strong influence from Chenopodiaceae, a mild influence from Gramineae and a lesser presence of Compositae.
Plants in soils aerobic conditions have two strategy-oriented for access to the iron compounds: first siderophore secretion (non-protein amino acid) (This strategy is found in Gramineae family); and second separation iron of soil chelate or restore trivalent iron ([Fe.
Series B Investors include Goldman Sachs, Gramineae Holdings Company Limited, GM Investment Company Limited, and New Horizon Evergreen Investment Co, Ltd.
Even if not listed as the same genus or species, the members of the Gramineae (Poaceae) or grass family may be able to cross-polinate; you may want to find out.
The episode got her thinking, however, about the monumental effect that this substance derived from sugar cane or Gramineae, a giant member of the grass family - has had on society.
To the great mateships of history - Achilles and Patroclus, Damon and Pythias, bangers and mash - add Sampras and the family Gramineae.
Wet grasslands are dominated by several grasses (Setaria paucifolia and Paspalum plicatum; Gramineae and Rhynchospora glabosa; Cyperaceae), some of which can reach two meters in height.
Rhodobium porosum (Sanderson) Rhopalomyzus poae (Gillette) Lonicera alpigena Rhopalosiphoninus latysiphon bulbs (Tulipa, Gladiolus), (Davidson) runners Rhopalosiphum maidis (Fitch) Gramineae Rhopalosiphum nymphaeae (L.
Most genera of cultivated plants are susceptible to diseases caused by Fusarium species including all members of the Gramineae family [1].
Resistance to the aphids Sitobion avenae and Rhopalosiphum padi in Gramineae in relation to hydroxamic acid levels.