Setaria italica


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Related to Setaria italica: Setaria millet, Chaetochloa italica
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Noun1.Setaria italica - coarse drought-resistant annual grass grown for grain, hay, and forage in Europe and Asia and chiefly for forage and hay in United StatesSetaria italica - coarse drought-resistant annual grass grown for grain, hay, and forage in Europe and Asia and chiefly for forage and hay in United States
foxtail, foxtail grass - grasses of the genera Alopecurus and Setaria having dense silky or bristly brushlike flowering spikes
genus Setaria, Setaria - annual or perennial grasses of warm regions: bristlegrasses
Setaria italica rubrofructa, Siberian millet - millet having orange to reddish grains in long bristly spikes
German millet, golden wonder millet, Setaria italica stramineofructa - millet having yellow grains in large drooping spikes
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The plants Brassica campestris, Raphanus sativus, Manihot esculenta, Maranta arundinacea, Artocarpus heterophyllus, Moringa oleifera, Musa paradisiaca, Setaria italica, Corchorus capsularis, and Corchorus olitorius are cultivated in various parts of Bangladesh including some in the Monga-prone areas.
Comparative genetic maps of foxtail millet (Setaria italica) and rice (Oriza sativa).
Li, "Phytoliths analysis for the discrimination of Foxtail millet (Setaria italica) and Common millet (Panicum miliaceum)," PLoS ONE, vol.
Preparation of semolina from foxtail millet (Setaria italica) and evaluation of its quality characteristics.
This gene had significant homology with dehydration-responsive element-binding protein 1C-like in Setaria italica as indicated by the Nr annotation results.
Pennisetum glaucum, Setaria italica) belong in Panicoideae.
Some other studies also reported high TNRs, namely, cereals [50], Ricinus communis [51], Eucalyptus globulus [52], sugarcane [12], and Setaria italica [31].