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having awns i.e. bristlelike or hairlike appendages on the flowering parts of some cereals and grasses

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Idaho 587 has broad, recurved flag leaves, is awned, with yellow anthers at anthesis, and white-colored chaff at maturity.
The javanica varieties of rice are tropical and native to Indonesia, and there are awned (bulu) and awnless (gundil) varieties.
There is a distinct spatial pattern in the arrangement of awned achenes within a head.
The results for the period also take into consideration the financial results of a wholly awned subsidiary, EVR.
Awned graceful sedge, Davis' sedge; Old-fields and woodlands; Abundant and widespread; C = 3; BSUH 17273.
Mairaj-08 is awned variety; awn length is 6-8 cm, with horizontal habit and color is light red.
Fertile lemma bifid at the apex, awned from between the lobes, the margins ciliolate.
Wendy is an awned, white-glumed, early maturing, semi-dwarf hard white winter wheat.
The anthers have awned appendages, which gradually narrow from the thecae, and the filaments are variously papillose to hairy.
The awned heads are beautiful (grow a large enough patch to get the best effect), and it matures easily even in a short season.
Awned Graceful Sedge, Davis' Sedge; Floodplain woods, especially south of central field; Abundant; C = 3; BSUH 17540.