Definition of Agrostology. Meaning of Agrostology. Synonyms of Agrostology

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Definition of Agrostology

Agrostology
Agrostology Ag`ros*tol"ogy, n. [Gr. ? + -logy.] That part of botany which treats of the grasses.

Meaning of Agrostology from wikipedia

- Agrostology (from Gr**** ἄγρωστις, agrōstis, "type of gr****"; and -λογία, -logia), sometimes graminology, is the scientific study of the gr****es (the family...
- General William Munro (1818–1880) was a senior English Army officer and plant collector, botanist and agrostologist. Munro was born as eldest son of William...
- in this position until his retirement in 1900. He published his first agrostology papers on gr****es in 1871 and soon became known as a world expert agrostologist...
- seed, bulbs, tubers, cuttings and grafting PomologyFruit and nuts Agrostology – Gr****es BatologyBrambles Bryology – Mosses, liverworts, and hornworts...
- CBE (23 May 1900 – 8 May 1980) was a British botanist, specialising in agrostology – the study of gr****es. He was considered "the world authority on the...
- foxtail Setaria verticillata, bristly foxtail Oryza sativa, Kerala, India Agrostology Bunch gr**** Forbs Ornamental gr**** Sedges Rushes PACMAD clade Gr****Base...
- (born 1958 in Cali, Colombia) is a Colombian botanist, specializing in agrostology. She has done extensive research on the bamboo genus Guadua in South...
- study of agricultural soils Agronomicsstudy of productivity of land Agrostologyscience or study of gr****es Alethiologystudy of truth Algedonics...
- biological systems for the sustainable production of food and fibre Agrostology, the study of gr****es Agrotechnology, or agricultural engineering, discipline...
- illustrator and eventually became a scientific ****istant in systematic agrostology (1907), ****istant botanist (1923), and ****ociate botanist (1925), all...
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