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Details for: Hordeum vulgare


Source: Valdés, B. & Scholz, H.; with contributions from Raab-Straube, E. von & Parolly, G. (2009): Poaceae (pro parte majore). Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Hordeum vulgare L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 84. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Lilianae
                         Ordo - Poales
                              Familia - Poaceae Barnhart
                                   Tribus - Triticeae Dumort.
                                        Genus - Hordeum L.
                                            
Geo-Search:
Heterotypic synonyms: Hordeum hexastichum L.
Hordeum polystichon Haller f.
Hordeum vulgare subsp. hexastichon (L.) Husn.
Included taxa: Hordeum vulgare L. subsp. vulgare
Hordeum vulgare subsp. aegiceras (Nees ex Royle) Á. Löve
Hordeum vulgare subsp. agriocrithon (Åberg) Á. Löve & D. Löve
Hordeum vulgare subsp. distichon (L.) Körn.
Hordeum vulgare subsp. spontaneum (K. Koch) Thell.
 
Common names: alcacer (Asturian), arroz de Alemania (Spanish, Castillian), caballar (Spanish, Castillian), cebá (Spanish, Castillian), cebaa (Spanish, Castillian), cebada (Aragonese), cebada (Asturian), cebada (Galician), cebada (Spanish, Castillian), cebada alfa (Spanish, Castillian), cebada barbarrosa (Spanish, Castillian), cebada caballar (Spanish, Castillian), cebada caballuna (Spanish, Castillian), cebada común (Spanish, Castillian), cebada cuadrada (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de abanico (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de cuatro carreras (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de dos carreras (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de mazuela (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de muchas carreras (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de muchas renglas en la espiga (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de pajarina (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de seis carreras (Spanish, Castillian), cebada de seis órdenes (Spanish, Castillian), cebada del milagro (Spanish, Castillian), cebada del seis carreras (Spanish, Castillian), cebada del terreno (Spanish, Castillian), cebada descocada (Spanish, Castillian), cebada desnuda (Spanish, Castillian), cebada ladilla (Spanish, Castillian), cebada marzal (Aragonese), cebada marzal (Spanish, Castillian), cebada negra (Spanish, Castillian), cebada ramosa (Spanish, Castillian), cebada romana (Spanish, Castillian), cebada tremesina (Spanish, Castillian), cebadeta verde espigada (Aragonese), cebadilla (Spanish, Castillian), cevada (Portuguese), cevada cavalar (Portuguese), cevada das seis carreiras (Portuguese), cevada-de-quatro-carreiras (Portuguese), cevada-de-seis-carreiras (Portuguese), cevada-santa (Portuguese), chibada (High Aragonese), cibada (Aragonese), civa (Valencian), corona (Spanish, Castillian), dos carreras (Spanish, Castillian), garagar (Euskera), garagarr (Euskera), garagarrá (Euskera), güerdio (High Aragonese), Harilik oder (Estonian), hordiate (Spanish, Castillian), hordio (Spanish, Castillian), malta (Spanish, Castillian), negrillo (Spanish, Castillian), ordi (Catalan), ordi (High Aragonese), ordi (Majorcan), ordi (Valencian), ordi blat (Catalan), ordi cabot (Catalan), ordi cairat (Catalan), ordi comú (Catalan), ordi d´àngel (Catalan), ordi de cua de cavall (Catalan), ordi de ventall (Catalan), ordi del miracle (Catalan), ordi escuat (Catalan), ordi marçal (Catalan), ordi marcenc (Catalan), ordi mular (Catalan), ordi negre (Catalan), ordi negre (Majorcan), ordí pelat (Catalan), ordi perlat (Catalan), ordí perlat (Catalan), ordi ramós (Catalan), ordio (Aragonese), ordio (Spanish, Castillian), orgo (Galician), orxo (Galician), orxo (Portuguese), paprastasis miežis (Lithuanian), parastais miezis (Latvian), sevá (Valencian), sibada (High Aragonese), zaldale (Euskera), zaldalia (Euskera), zebao (High Aragonese), zibada (High Aragonese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) AE(G) Ar Cr Cy Eg Ir Jo Le Li Ma Sn Sy Tu(A) [cAb(A) cAg cAl cAu(A) cAz(T) cBl(M) aBr aBy cCa(F H L T) cCo cCs cCt cCy cDa cEs cFe cGa cGe cGg cHe cHo cHs cHu aIs cIt cJu cLa cLi cLt cLu cMa cMd(M) cMo cNo cPo cRf(C CS K N NW) dRf(E S) cRm Sa cSk cSl cSr cSu cTn cTu(A E) cUk dUk(U)]


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