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- Species Agropyron badamense - Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan Agropyron bulbosum - Iran Agropyron cimmeri**** - Ukraine, Crimea Agropyron cristatum...
- Agropyron fragile (Siberian wheatgr****; syn. Agropyron cristatum ssp. fragile (Roth) A. Löve, Agropyron cristatum var. fragile (Roth) Dorn, Agropyron...
- Agropyron cristatum, the crested wheat gr****, crested wheatgr****, fairway crested wheat gr****, is a species in the family Poaceae. This plant is often...
- perennial bunchgr**** is known by the scientific synonyms Elymus ****atus and Agropyron ****atum. The gr**** can be found in the United States, Canada, and Mexico...
- intermedium: Agropyron aucheri Agropyron ciliatiflorum Agropyron gentryi Agropyron glau**** Agropyron intermedium Agropyron podperae Agropyron pulcherrimum...
- Agropyron pungens, the sea couch gr****, is a species of gr**** of the genus Agropyron in the family Poaceae. It is a common gr**** species native to Europe...
- Agropyron desertorum (clustered wheat gr****, desert crested wheatgr****, desert wheatgr****, standard crested wheatgr****; syn. Agropyron cristatum ssp. desertorum...
- proposed. Moreover, it is ****igned to various genera (Elymus, Elytrigium, Agropyron). In a recent cl****ification, three subspecies are distinguished, one...
- Agropyron mosaic virus is a plant pathogenic virus of the family Potyviridae. ICTVdB - The Universal Virus Database: Agropyron mosaic virus Family Groups...
- northwest Africa. The species are sometimes included in the related genera Agropyron or Elymus, while species in the genera Pascopyrum and Pseudoroegneria...
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