The plants around us. Volum III The plant around us. Volume III. Etwining project - Page 32

: Secale Cereale English: Rye Spanish: Centeno Estonian: Harilik Rukis Portuguese: Centeio Albanian: Thekër Turkish: Çavdar Catalan: Sègol Rye is one of a species that grow wild in central and eastern Turkey and in adjacent areas. It is the most resistant cereal, able to adupt to barren soils and cold, rainy climates. It tolerates acid, sandy soils. Leaves Its without petiole. Flowers The flowers are hermaphrodit and consist of three stamens and an ovary, hairy at the apex. The rye only bears the three flowers of which only two are fertile. -Its smooth and narrow. -leafs are apart of each other and go from down to upside. -Leaf vein pattern -there is only one vein on the leaf what appears in the middle of the leaf. -Leaf shape base is uneven. -Leaf shape overall is sword. Fruit The fruit is a naked seed cariopses. Authors: Jarno Maripuu,Georg Goswin Õunpuu, Iris Morell Corbella, Andreea Madalina Olteanu, Lucía Bravo, Alexandre Rodríguez