Rye

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    Rye @ Tokyo medical botanical garden
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    Rye @ Kiba Park
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    Rye @ Kiba Park

Basic information

Flower Name
Rye
Formal Name
Secale cereale l.
Alias
rye
Habitat
Central Asia
Morph
annual grass

Comment

What is Rye

Rye , scientific name:Secale cereale l., is an annual grass of the department Poaceae of the Secale genus. The panicles of green give yellow anthers. The petals. Grain bread, malt whisky and beer to panicle clavicipitaceous (ergot fungi) Sclerotinia backhaul Karo used drugs as a guide for the manufacture. Rye is host of the clavicipitaceous (ergot fungi). Wheat Associates include barley, wheat, rye and dove wheat. Them do most of the wheat grain, mixed grain, grain, twelve shells, dozens placed five grains.

Common name: Rye
scientific name:Secale cereale L.,
aka: chrome GUI (black wheat),
origin: Central Asia, living type: cold and 瘦 let in grass / grass, height: 150-300 cm, leaf and panicle colors: green, leaf blade length: 10-25 cm, leaf arrangement: alternate, ear length: 10-18 cm, Flowers: panicles and flower color: green, flowering: June, petals: no, and anther: yellow-green with slender, spikelets which has long awns, fruit color: dark green / purple harvest: June (winter), August (spring), elongated grains in seed no stickiness swell properties, uses: edible and medicinal

Detailed information

Order
Poales
Family
Poaceae
Genus
Secale
Species
S. cereale
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Wide linear
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
field
Color
Green
Season
Jun
Height
150 ~ 300 [cm]
Diameter
0.5 ~ 0.5

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