Definition of Hordeum jubatum
1. Noun. Barley grown for its highly ornamental flower heads with delicate long silky awns; North America and northeastern Asia.
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Literary usage of Hordeum jubatum
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1. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord Britton, Addison Brown (1913)
"Hordeum jubatum L. Sp. PI. 85. 1753. Culms io'-2i° tall, erect, simple, usually slender, smooth and glabrous. Sheaths usually shorter than the internodes, ..."
2. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1896)
"Not common on Triticum vulgare, Avena sativa and Hordeum jubatum. June and July. ... Abundant on fall sown wheat,Hordeum jubatum, August and September. ..."
3. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1889)
"E. sitanion, Schult., in some of the southern localities is almost as great a nuisance as Hordeum jubatum. CONCLUDING REMARKS. ..."
4. Botanical Abstracts by Board of Control of Botanical Abstracts (1920)
"... and produced infections on the following grasses: Elymus canadensis, E. virginicus, Hordeum jubatum, Hystrix patula, and Agropyron Richardsonii. ..."
5. Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis by Academy of Science of St. Louis (1860)
"Small protein grains abundant (PI. XVIII. 9). Hordeum jubatum,Li. The grain in Hordeum jubatum is adherent to the palet. The epidermis consists of ..."
6. The Grasses of Iowa by Louis Hermann Pammel, Julius Buel Weems, Carleton Roy Ball, F. Lamson-Scribner, Harry Foster Bain (1901)
"Something should also be said about squirrel-tail grass (Hordeum jubatum, ... The chemical composition of Hordeum jubatum may be shown in the following ..."
7. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1905)
"Among the samples of grasses sent to me from Manitoba with the rusted wheat. were specimens of the Skunk-tail grass, or Squirrel-tail (Hordeum jubatum), ..."