triticum, trit′i-kum, n. a genus of grasses including the varieties of wheat.
Engelmann cites it in triticum repens, Roëper in Euphorbia palustris.
But I now think that all these suggested plants must give way in favour of the common Couch-grass (triticum repens).
That known specifically as flour in this country is747 obtained from spring varieties of triticum vulgare (the common wheat).
Dog Grass (triticum caninum) is so called because Dogs take it medicinally as an aperient.
Dr F. asked, "Have you ever prescribed chiendent or triticum repens?"
Dioscorides1825 distinguishes two sorts of zeia, which apparently answer to triticum spelta and T. monococcum.
For this purpose he selected the septate resting spores from Poa pratensis and triticum repens.
They live upon grasses, such as triticum repens, Aira cæspitosa, and A. præcox.
Bellis perennis and Sinapis arvensis were not to be confounded, and triticum repens was a sure sign of a bad farmer.