Definition of Genus paspalum

1. Noun. A genus of perennial grasses of warm regions.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Paspalum

genus Parietaria
genus Paris
genus Parkia
genus Parkinsonia
genus Parmelia
genus Parochetus
genus Paronychia
genus Parophrys
genus Parrotia
genus Parrotiopsis
genus Parthenium
genus Parthenocissus
genus Parula
genus Parus
genus Paspalum
genus Pastinaca
genus Patella
genus Pavo
genus Pavonia
genus Payena
genus Pecari
genus Pecopteris
genus Pecten
genus Pediculus
genus Pedilanthus
genus Pediocactus

Literary usage of Genus paspalum

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1. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1905)
"an interesting species of the genus Paspalum was encountered. It was impossible to correlate this with any of the known species of the West Indies, ..."

2. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington (1907)
"1 nearer relatives left in the genus Paspalum. The foregoing does not mean that the fruit is held to be the only generic character but merely that it is a ..."

3. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1900)
"... L. in the genus Paspalum, following Lamarck, and his own opinion as expressed in the Indian Flora. There is a fair sprinkling of endemic species of ..."

4. An Historical and Statistical Account of the Bermudas: From Their Discovery by William Frith Williams (1848)
"The next in value is what is familiarly called crab grass, and either belongs to or resembles the genus paspalum, bearing its seeds on one side of a ..."

5. The Grasses of Tennessee; including Cereals and Forage plants: Including by Joseph Buckner Killebrew (1878)
"... on the back like in the related genus Paspalum. In the barn-yard grass the spikelets are imbricated (like the shingles on a roof) on a one-sided spike. ..."

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