The species forming a genus Zizania
includes northern wild rice, wild rice, Texas wild rice, and Manchurian wild rice, among which first three are native to North America while the last one is native to China.
From Avicennia to Zizania
: seed recalcitrance in perspective.
Gao et al., "Enhancement of Cr(VI) removal by modifying activated carbon developed from Zizania
caduciflora with tartaric acid during phosphoric acid activation," Chemical Engineering Journal, vol.
In the Taihu Lake, the most produced vegetation type is the emergent species, including Phragmites australis and Zizania
Wild rice is a member of the grass family and the genus Zizania
. The grain can be harvested from two species that are produced in Canada; Zizania
aquatica and Zizania
The rice typically takes on its emergent form in June, growing up out of the water to a height of 3 to 5 feet for lake rice (Zizania
palustris) and up to 13 feet for the elegant, state-threatened river rice (Zizania
Liu, 2012.Heritable alteration in salt-tolerance in rice induced by introgression from wild rice (Zizania
Teresa Velazco Espinosa en marzo de 1984, con la que procreo tres hijos: Cheshvan Francisco, Cesar Jezrael y Zizania
rathbuni), San Marcos gambusia (Gambusia georgei), fountain darter (Etheostoma fonticola), and Texas wild rice(Zizania
Nutritional constituents and health benefits of wild rice (Zizania
Jeong, "Anti-fatigue effect of Zizania
caudiflora (Turczaninow) Nakai," The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, vol.
The offender in this case, Zizania
(in latin), or manomin (in Ojibway), or wild rice (to the rest of the world).