Definition of Melica. Meaning of Melica. Synonyms of Melica

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Definition of Melica

Melica
Melic grass Mel"ic grass` (Bot.) A genus of grasses (Melica) of little agricultural importance.

Meaning of Melica from wikipedia

- Melica arzivencoi Valls & Barcellos Melica × aschersonii M.Schulze Melica bocquetii Talavera Melica bonariensis Parodi Melica brasiliana Ard. Melica brevicoronata...
- Melica fugax is a species of gr**** known by the common names little oniongr**** and little melic. It is native to western North America where it usually...
- Mélica Elisa Muñoz-Schick (b. 1941) is a Chilean botanist noted for her work curating the collections of the herbarium at the Chilean National Museum of...
- Melica rectiflora is a species of gr**** in the family Poaceae. It is native to Greece and Crete. The species is perennial with short rhizomes and 20–60...
- Melica spectabilis is a species of gr**** known by the common names purple oniongr**** and showy oniongr****. It is native to western North America from British...
- Melica grandiflora is a species of gr**** that can be found in ****an, Korea and China. The species is perennial and caespitose with culms that are 15–70...
- Melica nitens is a species of gr**** known by the common name threeflower melicgr****. It is native to the central United States. This perennial gr**** has...
- Melica serrana, is a species of gr**** endemic to Cerro de las Ánimas, Uruguay. The species is perennial and caespitose, with elongated rhizomes. Its culms...
- Melica torreyana is a species of gr**** known by the common name Torrey's melicgr****. It is endemic to California, where it grows in chaparral, gr****land...
- Melica altissima, commonly known as Siberian melic gr**** or dark purple Siberian melic, is a species of plant in the gr**** family, Poaceae. It has been...
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