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Triticum species

Poaceae or Graminae

Alaska wheat, bearded wheat, bread wheat, bulgur, common wheat, cone wheat, cracked wheat, durum wheat, emmer, English wheat, farina, German wheat, hard wheat, macaroni wheat, Mediterranean wheat, non-bearded wheat, Poulard wheat, red wheat, rice wheat, river wheat, rivet wheat, rolled wheat, soft wheat, spring wheat, starch wheat, two-grained spelt, two-grained wheat, wheat flakes, white wheat, wild emmer wheat, wild wheat, winter wheat


Common Wheat, Triticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum.
Club Wheat, T. aestivum subspecies compactum (Host)MacKey.
Durum wheat, T. durum Desf.
Spelt, T. spelta L.
Emmer, T. dicoccon Schrank.
Wild Emmer, T. dicoccoides (Koern. ex Ascb. & Graebn.)Aaronsohn.
Poulard Wheat, T. turgidum L.
Polish Wheat, T. polonicum L.
Persian Wheat, T. carthlicum Nevski.
Macha Wheat, T. aestivum subsp. macha (Dek. and Men.) MacKey
Vavilovi Wheat, T. aestivum subsp. vavilovi (Tuman)Sears.
Shot Wheat, T. aestivum subsp. sphacrococcum(Perc.) MacKey.
Oriental Wheat, T. turanicum jakubz.
Timopheevi Wheat, T. timopheevii (Zbuk.) Zbuk.
Einkorn, T. monococcum L.
Wild Einkorn, T. boeoticum Boiss.

NewCROP has WHEAT information at:

Alternative Wheat Cereals as Food Grains: Einkorn, Emmer, Spelt, Kamut, and Triticale—G.F. Stallknecht, K.M. Gilbertson, and J.E. Ranney

Triticum aestivum L., Common wheat, Bread wheat. Poaceae. Source: James A. Duke. 1983. Handbook of Energy Crops. unpublished.

Kamut®: Ancient Grain, New Cereal—Robert M. Quinn

International Repercussions of New Crops—Lowell S. Hardin

Durum Wheat in Virginia. See: Alternative Crops Research in Virginia—Bhardwaj, H.L., A. Hankins, T. Mebrahtu, J. Mullins, M. Rangappa, O. Abaye, and G.E. Welbaum

Plant Nutrient Composition Altered With Controlled Environments for Future Space Life-Support Systems—S. Suzanne Nielsen, Martha A. Belury, Kwangok P. Nickel, and Cary A. Mitchell

Wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, spelt and triticale in New Crops for Canadian Agriculture—Ernest Small

Spelt: Alternative Field Crops Manual, University of Wisconson Cooperative Extension Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products

Magness J.R. et al. 1971. Food and Feed Crops of the United States.


And outside links to more wheat info:

Wheat Production and Fertilization in Indiana

Lost Crops of Africa: Volume I: Grains
Emmer
Einkorn
Spelt

KAMUT—A Variety of Ancient Wheat for Wheat-Sensitive Allergy Patients.

Hulled Wheat—Promoting the conservation and use of underutillized and neglected crops. 4.
Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Hulled wheats 21-22 July 1995, Castelvecchio Pascoli, Tuscany, Italy—Link to the publication on the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute web site


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