Definition of Genus eleusine

1. Noun. Annual and perennial grasses of savannas and upland grasslands.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Eleusine

genus Eimeria
genus Eira
genus Elaeagnus
genus Elaeis
genus Elaeocarpus
genus Elagatis
genus Elanoides
genus Elanus
genus Elaphe
genus Elaphurus
genus Electrophorus
genus Eleocharis
genus Elephantopus
genus Elephas
genus Elettaria
genus Eleusine
genus Eleutherodactylus
genus Eliomys
genus Elodea
genus Elops
genus Elsholtzia
genus Elymus
genus Emberiza
genus Embothrium
genus Emilia
genus Emmanthe
genus Empetrum
genus Encelia
genus Enceliopsis
genus Encephalartos

Literary usage of Genus eleusine

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1. Henderson's Handbook of Plants and General Horticulture by Peter Henderson (1904)
"A common name for the genus Eleusine. It is also known as Crab Grass. See Eleusine; Yarrow. See Achillea millefolium. Yaupon. ..."

2. Origin of Cultivated Plants by Alphonse de Candolle (1886)
"In the first place, the species of the genus Eleusine are more numerous in the south of Asia than in other tropical regions. Besides the cultivated plant, ..."

3. Grasses and Forage Plants: A Practical Treatise, Comprising Their Natural by Charles Louis Flint (1860)
"... refer to 45, and see whether the spikes are digitate and the spikelets in two rows. If they are, refer it to the genus Eleusine. ..."

4. Grasses and Forage Plants: A Practical Treatise Comprising Their Natural by Charles Louis Flint (1887)
"If the latter, refer to 45, and see whether the spikes are digitate and the spikelets in two rows. If they are, refer it to the genus Eleusine. ..."

5. The Grasses of Tennessee; including Cereals and Forage plants: Including by Joseph Buckner Killebrew (1878)
"If the latter, refer to 45, and see whether th*e spikes are digitate and the spikelets in two rows. If they are, refer it to the genus Eleusine. ..."

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