Definition of Genus secale

1. Noun. Cereal grass widely cultivated for its grain: rye.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Secale

genus Scolytus
genus Scomber
genus Scomberesox
genus Scomberomorus
genus Scombresox
genus Scophthalmus
genus Scopolia
genus Scorpaena
genus Scorzonera
genus Scrophularia
genus Scutellaria
genus Scutigera
genus Scutigerella
genus Sebastiana
genus Sebastodes
genus Secale
genus Sedum
genus Seismosaurus
genus Seiurus
genus Selaginella
genus Selar
genus Selenarctos
genus Selene
genus Selenicereus
genus Selenipedium
genus Senecio
genus Senna
genus Sepia
genus Septobasidium
genus Sequoia

Literary usage of Genus secale

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1. Fungous Diseases of Plants: With Chapters on Physiology, Culture Methods and by Benjamin Minge Duggar (1909)
"For example, the mildew on rye is limited to species of the genus Secale. The same is true with reference to the bluegrass mildew on species of Poa. ..."

2. The Grasses of Iowa by Louis Hermann Pammel, Julius Buel Weems, Carleton Roy Ball, F. Lamson-Scribner, Harry Foster Bain (1901)
"The other known species of the genus Secale inhabit western central Asia or the southeast of Europe. In central Asia rye is spontaneous and grows as thickly ..."

3. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1917)
"to the genus Secale. Only one species (Secale cereale L.) is commonly cultivated, but this species has a great many different varieties or races. ..."

4. Origin of Cultivated Plants by Alphonse de Candolle (1886)
"This seems the more probable that the five or six known species of the genus Secale inhabit western temperate ..."

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