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Triticum aestivum, wheat

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Taxonomy

cellular organisms - Eukaryota - Viridiplantae - Streptophyta - Streptophytina - Embryophyta - Tracheophyta - Euphyllophyta - Spermatophyta - Magnoliophyta - Liliopsida - commelinids - Poales - Poaceae - BEP clade - Pooideae - Triticeae - Triticum - Triticum aestivum

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Brief facts

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Grass germination and tillering diagram

Grass booting and heading diagram

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Developmental stages (life cycle)

Life Cycle Stages

The development and growth of cereal grains have been translated into several numeric scales to quantify development for scientific and management purposes. The most commonly used scales are the Feekes, Zadoks and Haun. The most widely used scale in the United States is the Feekes scale. Completion of development from germination to maturity takes 280-359 days for winter wheat and 120-145 days for spring wheat.

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Wheat inflorescence anatomy

Plant Compoments

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Seed anatomy

Wheat grain anatomy diagram

 

Root anatomy

Wheat root anatomy

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References

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