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Wheat

see also
  Buckwheat
  Bread
  Food Allergies

Wheat.

Wheat

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USA Wheat cent (reverse).
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bulgur
NOUN:   Cracked wheat grains, often used in Middle Eastern dishes. Also called bulgur wheat.
ETYMOLOGY:   Ottoman Turkish bullinguistic symbolur, from Arabic burlinguistic symbolul, burlinguistic symbollinguistic symboll, from Persian barghlinguistic symboll.
VARIANT FORMS:   also bul·ghur
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emmer
NOUN:   A Eurasian wheat (Triticum dicoccum) first cultivated by the Babylonians and now widely grown as a cereal grain and as livestock feed. Also called starch wheat, two-grained spelt.
ETYMOLOGY:   German, from Middle High German amer, emeri, from Old High German amaro.
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spelt
NOUN:   A hardy wheat grown mostly in Europe.
ETYMOLOGY:   Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin spelta, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Middle Dutch spelte, wheat.
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durum
NOUN:   A hardy wheat (Triticum turgidum, formerly T. durum) used chiefly in making pasta.
ETYMOLOGY:   From Latin dlinguistic symbolrum, neuter of dlinguistic symbolrus, hard. See deru- in Appendix I.
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triticale
NOUN:   1. A hardy hybrid of wheat and rye having a high yield. 2. The grains of this hybrid.
ETYMOLOGY:  
Latin trlinguistic symbolticum, wheat (from trlinguistic symboltus, past participle of terere, to rub, thresh; see trite) + slinguistic symbolcale, rye.
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Wheat

Wheat.
Wheat
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Subclass: Commelinids
Order: Poales
Family: Poaceae
Subfamily: Pooideae
Tribe: Triticeae
Genus: Triticum
Species: T. aestivum
T. aethiopicum
T. araraticum
T. boeoticum
T. carthlicum
T. compactum
T. dicoccoides
T. dicoccon
T. durum
T. ispahanicum
T. karamyschevii
T. macha
T. militinae
T. monococcum
T. polonicum
T. spelta
T. sphaerococcum
T. timopheevii
T. turanicum
T. turgidum
T. urartu
T. vavilovii
T. zhukovskyi
Binomial name

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Important archaeological sites
Maize god
Wheat spikelet with the three anthers sticking out

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Image of Zea mays from Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz (1885).

Wheat Field with Crows
Vincent van Gogh
(1890)

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Wheat harvest on the Palouse.

Wheat harvest on the Palouse

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Cracked wheat.

Cracked wheat

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Old King Arthur Flour Logo.

Old King Arthur Flour Logo
Sands, Taylor & Wood Co.
est.1790

King Arthur Flour bicentennial cookbook, with altered logo.

1990

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