wild wheat

NOUN
  1. found wild in Palestine; held to be prototype of cultivated wheat
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How To Use wild wheat In A Sentence

  • Reporting their results in the journal Science today (24 November), the scientists identify a gene that functions in wild wheat but not in domesticated wheat varieties.
  • Therefore, it was well accepted, as Candolle had suggested in 1886, that since wild wheats grow in the Euphrates basin, wheat cultivation must have originated there.
  • Prehistoric people would have gazed upon herds of gazelle and other wild animals; gently flowing rivers, which attracted migrating geese and ducks; fruit and nut trees; and rippling fields of wild barley and wild wheat varieties such as emmer and einkorn. Gobekli Tepi
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