Triticum aestivum

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Noun1.Triticum aestivum - widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grainTriticum aestivum - widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grain
wheat, wheat berry - grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
wheat - annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
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Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is the most commonly grown crop in the world and one of the most important cereal crops in Egypt.
The fresh juice of triticum aestivum leaves administered via the per-oral route showed a significant hypolipidemic effect in normal mice (Kothari et al, 2008).
Notable sales increases for moringa (Moringa oleifera, Moringaceae), nigella (Nigella sativa, Ranunculaceae), wheat grass (Triticum aestivum, Poaceae), and barley grass (Hordeum vulgare, Poaceae) were likely related to the growing consumer preference for botanical ingredients with general health and nutrition benefits, often in non-pill forms, such as powders and liquids.
The type of wheat detailed by 200 scientists from 20 countries is Chinese Spring (Triticum aestivum) a variety of bread wheat which is the world's most widely cultivated crop, said the study led by the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium (IWGSC).
"Common wheat grains, or 'triticum aestivum', is what you find in most breakfast cereals and flours; it accounts for 95% of all wheat produced globally," explains Matt Miller, a nutritionist, personal trainer and founder of Broga (
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is important and major cereal crop of Pakistan grown under irrigated and rainfed conditions (Nasim et al., 2017).
The genetic complexity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) meant that it took more than a decade of global effort before the genome was successfully mapped.
The report said that 6% of the index was found similar to the thesis 'Mapping of chromosome arm 7DL of Triticum aestivum L.' published in 2005 by Prof G.F.
La familia mas consumida fue la Poaceae (pastos) con ocho especies, destacan la avena (Avena sativa), la cebada (Hordeum vulgare) y el trigo (Triticum aestivum), las cuales son de uso agricola y que la ardilla consume cuando el grano esta maduro.