Oryza

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Oryza is a genus of plants in the grass family.wikipedia
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It includes the major food crop rice (species Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima). Members of the genus grow as tall, wetland grasses, growing to 1–2 m tall; the genus includes both annual and perennial species.
Wild forms, both perennial and annual, of Oryza

Oryzeae

Wild rice
Oryza is situated in tribe Oryzeae, which is characterized morphologically by its single-flowered spikelets whose glumes are almost completely suppressed.
It contains 12 genera, including both cultivated rice (Oryza) and wild rice (Zizania).

Oryza barthii

Oryza perennis
2) Oryza barthii – tropical Africa
Oryza barthii, also called Barth's rice, wild rice, or African wild rice, is a grass in the rice genus Oryza.

Oryza brachyantha

3) Oryza brachyantha – tropical Africa
Oryza brachyantha is a grass in the rice genus Oryza, distantly related to cultivated rice O. sativa, and native to tropical Africa.

Oryza rufipogon

O. rufipogon
17) Oryza rufipogon – brownbeard or red rice – China, Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, New Guinea, Australia
Oryza rufipogon, known as brownbeard rice, wild rice, and red rice, is a member of the genus Oryza.

Specialized metabolism in Oryza

Specialized metabolism in ''Oryza
* Specialized metabolism in Oryza
Oryza is a genus in the Poaceae family of plants, of which Oryza sativa (cultivated rice) is a member.

Oryza punctata

15) Oryza punctata – Madagascar, tropical + southern Africa
Oryza punctata is a grass in the rice genus Oryza, also known as red rice, related to cultivated rice O. sativa, and native to tropical Africa, southern Africa, and Madagascar.

Porteresia

Porteresia coarctate
Porteresia coarctata is considered by some botanists to be the only species in the genus Porteresia. Other authors maintain instead that it should belong in the rice genus Oryza, as Oryza coarctata Roxb.

Poaceae

grassturfgrass family
Oryza is a genus of plants in the grass family.

Oryza sativa

riceindicaAsian rice
It includes the major food crop rice (species Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima). Members of the genus grow as tall, wetland grasses, growing to 1–2 m tall; the genus includes both annual and perennial species.

Oryza glaberrima

African ricericeCarolina Gold
It includes the major food crop rice (species Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima). Members of the genus grow as tall, wetland grasses, growing to 1–2 m tall; the genus includes both annual and perennial species.

Wetland

wetlandscoastal wetlandwetland habitat
It includes the major food crop rice (species Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima). Members of the genus grow as tall, wetland grasses, growing to 1–2 m tall; the genus includes both annual and perennial species.

Annual plant

annualannualsannual plants
It includes the major food crop rice (species Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima). Members of the genus grow as tall, wetland grasses, growing to 1–2 m tall; the genus includes both annual and perennial species.

Perennial plant

perennialperennialsherbaceous perennial
It includes the major food crop rice (species Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima). Members of the genus grow as tall, wetland grasses, growing to 1–2 m tall; the genus includes both annual and perennial species.

Chaff

glumesglumeChaff (Seed Casings)
Oryza is situated in tribe Oryzeae, which is characterized morphologically by its single-flowered spikelets whose glumes are almost completely suppressed.

Spikelet

lemmapalealodicule
In Oryza, two sterile lemma simulate glumes.

Echinochloa

barnyard grassbarnyard millet(Echinochloa
many species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Echinochloa Leersia Maltebrunia Potamophila Prosphytochloa Rhynchoryza

Leersia

cutgrass
many species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Echinochloa Leersia Maltebrunia Potamophila Prosphytochloa Rhynchoryza

Maltebrunia

many species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Echinochloa Leersia Maltebrunia Potamophila Prosphytochloa Rhynchoryza

Potamophila

many species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Echinochloa Leersia Maltebrunia Potamophila Prosphytochloa Rhynchoryza

Prosphytochloa

many species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Echinochloa Leersia Maltebrunia Potamophila Prosphytochloa Rhynchoryza

Rhynchoryza

many species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Echinochloa Leersia Maltebrunia Potamophila Prosphytochloa Rhynchoryza

Oryza longistaminata

O. longistaminata
10) Oryza longistaminata – Madagascar, tropical + southern Africa