Graminales

plural noun Gram·i·na·les

Definition of Graminales

  1. :  an order of monocotyledonous plants including the grasses and sedges that is characterized by small flowers usually arranged in spikelets with the perianth absent or reduced or represented by bristles or scales and with usually ribbon-shaped leaves

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Origin and Etymology of graminales

New Latin, from Latin gramin-, gramen grass + New Latin -ales


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