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Family Poaceae Barnhart, nom. cons.


Summary
Family number:
897
Last updated:
12 January 2017
Alternate name:
Gramineae
Number of accepted genera:
833
Type genus:
Poa L.
Comments:
monocot family

Synonyms

Subdivisions of Poaceae Barnhart, nom. cons.
SubfamilyTribeSubtribe
Anomochlooideae
AnomochlooideaeAnomochloeae
AnomochlooideaeStreptochaeteae
Aristidoideae
AristidoideaeAristideae
Arundinoideae
ArundinoideaeArundineae
ArundinoideaeMolinieae
Bambusoideae
BambusoideaeArundinarieae
BambusoideaeArundinarieaeArundinariinae
BambusoideaeBambuseae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeArthrostylidiinae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeBambusinae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeChusqueinae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeGuaduinae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeHickeliinae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeMelocanninae
BambusoideaeBambuseaeRacemobambosinae
BambusoideaeOlyreae
BambusoideaeOlyreaeBuergersiochloinae
BambusoideaeOlyreaeOlyrinae
BambusoideaeOlyreaeParianinae
Chloridoideae
ChloridoideaeCentropodieae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeAeluropodinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeBoutelouinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeCteniinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeEleusininae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeFarragininae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeGouiniiae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeGymnopogoninae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeHilariinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeMonanthochloinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeMuhlenbergiinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeOrcuttiinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaePappophorinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaePerotidinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeScleropogoninae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeTraginae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeTrichoneurinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeTriodiinae
ChloridoideaeCynodonteaeTripogoninae
ChloridoideaeEragrostideae
ChloridoideaeEragrostideaeCotteinae
ChloridoideaeEragrostideaeEragrostidinae
ChloridoideaeEragrostideaeUnioliinae
ChloridoideaeTriraphideae
ChloridoideaeZoysieae
ChloridoideaeZoysieaeSporobolinae
ChloridoideaeZoysieaeZoysiinae
Danthonioideae
DanthonioideaeDanthonieae
EhrhartoideaePhyllorachideae
EhrhartoideaeStreptogyneae
Micrairoideae
MicrairoideaeEriachneae
MicrairoideaeHubbardieae
MicrairoideaeIsachneae
MicrairoideaeMicraireae
Oryzoideae
OryzoideaeEhrharteae
OryzoideaeOryzeae
OryzoideaeOryzeaeOryzinae
OryzoideaeOryzeaeZizaniinae
OryzoideaePhyllorachideae
OryzoideaeStreptogyneae
Panicoideae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeAndropogoninae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeAnthristiriinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeArthraxoninae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeChionachninae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeCoicinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeDimeriinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeGermainiinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeIschaeminae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeRottboelliinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeSaccharinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeSorghinae
PanicoideaeAndropogoneaeTripsacinae
PanicoideaeArundinelleae
PanicoideaeCentotheceae
PanicoideaeChasmanthieae
PanicoideaeCyperochloeae
PanicoideaeGynerieae
PanicoideaePaniceae
PanicoideaePaniceaeAnthephorinae
PanicoideaePaniceaeBoivinellinae
PanicoideaePaniceaeCenchrinae
PanicoideaePaniceaeDichantheliinae
PanicoideaePaniceaeMelinidinae
PanicoideaePaniceaeNeurachninae
PanicoideaePaniceaePanicinae
PanicoideaePaspaleae
PanicoideaePaspaleaeArthropogoninae
PanicoideaePaspaleaeOtachyriinae
PanicoideaePaspaleaePaspalinae
PanicoideaeSteyermarkochloeae
PanicoideaeThysanolaeneae
PanicoideaeTristachyideae
PanicoideaeZeugiteae
PharoideaePhareae
Pooideae
PooideaeAmpelodesmeae
PooideaeBrachyelytreae
PooideaeBrachypodieae
PooideaeBromeae
PooideaeBrylkinieae
PooideaeDiarrheneae
PooideaeLittledaleeae
PooideaeLygeeae
PooideaeMeliceae
PooideaeNardeae
PooideaePhaenospermateae
PooideaePoeae
PooideaePoeaeAgrostidinae
PooideaePoeaeAirinae
PooideaePoeaeAlopecurinae
PooideaePoeaeAmmochloinae
PooideaePoeaeAnthoxanthinae
PooideaePoeaeAveninae
PooideaePoeaeBrizinae
PooideaePoeaeCalothecinae
PooideaePoeaeCinninae
PooideaePoeaeColeanthinae
PooideaePoeaeCynosurinae
PooideaePoeaeDactylidinae
PooideaePoeaeHolcinae
PooideaePoeaeLoliinae
PooideaePoeaeMiborinae
PooideaePoeaeMiliinae
PooideaePoeaeParapholiinae
PooideaePoeaePhalaridinae
PooideaePoeaePoinae
PooideaePoeaePuccinelliinae
PooideaePoeaeScolochloinae
PooideaePoeaeScribneriinae
PooideaePoeaeSesleriinae
PooideaePoeaeTorreyochloinae
PooideaeStipeae
PooideaeTriticeae
PooideaeTriticeae
PooideaeTriticeaeHordeinae
PooideaeTriticeaeTriticinae
Puelioideae
PuelioideaeAtractocarpeae
PuelioideaeGuaduelleae
PuelioideaePuelieae
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References:
Cite as: USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System. 2022. Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN Taxonomy). National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland.
URL: http://wgb.cimmyt.org/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomyfamily?id=897. Accessed 25 January 2022.


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