Definition of Genus Bouteloua

1. Noun. Forage grasses.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Bouteloua

genus Bombina
genus Bombus
genus Bombyx
genus Bonasa
genus Borago
genus Borrelia
genus Bos
genus Boselaphus
genus Boswellia
genus Botaurus
genus Bothrops
genus Botrychium
genus Bougainvillaea
genus Bougainvillea
genus Bouteloua (current term)
genus Bowiea
genus Boykinia
genus Brachinus
genus Brachychiton
genus Brachycome
genus Brachystegia
genus Bradypus
genus Brama
genus Branchiobdella
genus Branta
genus Brasenia

Literary usage of Genus Bouteloua

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1890)
"A grass, properly of the genus Bouteloua, growing on the plains east of the Rocky Mountains, and forming a rich wild pasturage. ..."

2. The Agricultural Grasses of the United States by George Vasey, Clifford Richardson, United States Division of Botany (1884)
"The former belong mostly to the genus Bouteloua, the most important species being B, racemosa or tall mesquite, ..."

3. The Farmers' Alliance History and Agricultural Digest by Nelson A. Dunning (1891)
"The former belong mostly to the genus Bouteloua, the most important species being B. racemosa, or tall mesquite, ..."

4. Grasses of the Southwest: Plates and Descriptions of the Grasses of the George Vasey by George Vasey (1891)
"The genus Bouteloua, which includes those grasses popularly called grama grass, is a very large one in the Southwest, embracing many species, both annuals ..."

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