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Plants that are often cultivated on a large scale; their grains have been a major food staple for humans and certain domestic animals for centuries.
Cereal cultivated for its grain, important in producing food, especially foodstuffs such as flour, bread and semolina.
Native American cereal cultivated for its grains and used for human and animal food; it is also used to produce a sweet syrup and a cooking oil.
Cereal whose grain is a major food staple in many parts of the world; rice is generally grown in flooded fields.
Cereal cultivated for its grain; it is used mainly to produce malt for brewing beer and as cattle fodder.
Cereal cultivated as fodder or for its grain; it is used mainly to make unleavened bread and to feed domesticated birds.
Cereal cultivated for the sugar in its sap and for its grain; it is also used as fodder, to make unleavened bread and certain kinds of beer.
Highly resistant cereal whose grain is used mainly to feed cattle; it is used to produce flour that can be mixed with wheat flour to make bread.
Cereal cultivated for its grain; although it is mainly used to feed horses, humans also eat it, mostly in the form of flakes (rolled oats).
Cereal cultivated for its grain, mainly ground into flour; it is also used to feed cattle and some domesticated birds.