Definition of Genus lolium

1. Noun. Darnel; ryegrass.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Lolium

genus Lithops
genus Litocranius
genus Littorina
genus Livistona
genus Loasa
genus Lobelia
genus Lobipes
genus Lobotes
genus Lobularia
genus Locusta
genus Lofortyx
genus Logania
genus Loiseleuria
genus Loligo
genus Lolium
genus Lomatia
genus Lomogramma
genus Lonas
genus Lonchocarpus
genus Lonicera
genus Lophius
genus Lophodytes
genus Lopholatilus
genus Lophophora
genus Lophophorus
genus Lophosoria
genus Loranthus
genus Loris
genus Lota

Literary usage of Genus lolium

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1. Appleton's New Practical Cyclopedia: A New Work of Reference Based Upon the by George J Hagar (1910)
"Dar'nel, grass of the genus Lolium, well known in Europe, and naturalized in the US The common darnel, a fair pasture grass, is found in the EUS The seeds ..."

2. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1876)
"... the genus Lolium, which is composed of only a small number of indigenous species. These are Lolium temulentum (Linnaeus), ..."

3. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvements of by William Withering (1830)
"... being sharp-pointed and not ribbed ; from the plants of the genus Lolium by its bivalve calyx and paler hue ; though it much resembles Lolium perenne. ..."

4. Medicinal Plants: Being Descriptions with Original Figures of the Principal Robert Bentley, Henry Trimen by Robert Bentley, Henry Trimen (1880)
"genus lolium,* Linn. Steudel, Syn. Gram., p. 339. Species about 12, natives chiefly of temperate regions in both hemispheres. 295. Lolium temulentum,t Linn. ..."

5. Agricultural Botany: Theoretical and Practical by John Percival (1921)
"genus lolium. Inflorescence a spike ; one spikelet at each notch of the rachis; the spikelets are many-flowered, and are inserted so that they stand in the ..."

6. Suffolk Words and Phrases: Or, An Attempt to Collect the Lingual Localisms by Edward Moor (1823)
"... says " the drinkers thirsty that they might drink the more." Ray seems to have confounded Darnel, Brank, and Crap. See under BRANK. of th« genus Lolium. ..."

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