Definition of Triticum dicoccum dicoccoides
1. Noun. Found wild in Palestine; held to be prototype of cultivated wheat.
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Literary usage of Triticum dicoccum dicoccoides
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1. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1910)
"triticum dicoccum dicoccoides, entire plant 40 III. ... Upper face of single spikelet of triticum dicoccum dicoccoides 42 V. Fig. 1. ..."
2. Essays on Wheat: Including the Discovery and Introduction of Marquis Wheat by Arthur Henry Reginald Buller (1919)
"My trip in 1906 merely established the native habitat of Triticum dicoccum dicoccoides. It was still necessary to find out the extent of the distribution, ..."
3. Popular Science Monthly (1912)
"... found a single specimen of the wild emmer (triticum dicoccum dicoccoides) growing in a rocky fissure. Complete success came, however, only on leaving ..."
4. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry (1913)
"... and variable character, and the subspecific name dicoccoides becomes absurdly tautological when used in the combination triticum dicoccum dicoccoides. ..."
5. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry (1912)
"Presented by Mr. Fred H. Hope. Received November 17, 1910. See No. 28912 for description. 29026. triticum dicoccum dicoccoides ..."