Definition of Panic grass. Meaning of Panic grass. Synonyms of Panic grass

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Definition of Panic grass

Panic grass
Panic Pan"ic, n. [L. panicum.] (Bot.) A plant of the genus Panicum; panic grass; also, the edible grain of some species of panic grass. Panic grass (Bot.), any grass of the genus Panicum.

Meaning of Panic grass from wikipedia

- and butanol. Other common names for switchgr**** include tall panic gr****, Wobsqua gr****, blackbent, tall prairiegr****, wild redtop, thatchgr****, and Virginia...
- tumbleweed (North America) Pani**** coloratum L. – kleingr****, coolah gr****, Bambatsi panic (Africa) Pani**** decompositum R.Br. – native millet (Australia)...
- Hiroshima is a 1946 book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Hersey. It tells the stories of six survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. It...
- Blue panicgr**** is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Pani**** antidotale Pani**** coloratum...
- monocotyledonous flowering plants known as gr****es. It includes the cereal gr****es, bamboos and the gr****es of natural gr****land and species cultivated...
- Megathyrsus maximus, known as Guinea gr**** and green panic gr**** in English, is a large perennial bunch gr**** that is native to Africa, Israel and Yemen...
- stable secondary dunes, where they mix with other gr****es such as saltmeadow cordgr**** and panic gr****, as well as seaside goldenrod, spurge and other herbs...
- umbrella gr**** Digitaria bicornis (Lam.) Roemer & J.A.Schultes ex Loud. – Asian crabgr**** Digitaria brownii (Roem. & Schult.) Hughescotton panic gr**** Digitaria...
- Phy. Ascomycota). Curvularia protuberata is an endosymbiote of the panic gr**** Dichanthelium lanuginosum that enables it to thrive near hot springs...
- BCE) in Korea. Millets and their wild ancestors, such as barnyard gr**** and panic gr****, were also cultivated in ****an during the Jōmon period some time...
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