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Alternative spelling of segge
Any plant of the genus Carex, perennial, endogenous herbs, often growing in dense tufts in marshy places. They have triangular jointless stems, a spiked inflorescence, and long grasslike leaves which are usually rough on the margins and midrib. There are several hundred species
Obsolete spelling of siege
{i} any of several varieties of grass-like wetland plants with solid triangular stems
A flock of herons
A grasslike plant with a triangular stem often growing in wet areas See drawing of plant group characteristics
A member of the plant FAMILY Cyperaceae
A large group of grasslike plants, many of which grow in wetlands
There are several hundred species
Any of a wide variety of grass-like, monocotyledonous plants of the family Cyperaceae, having achenes and solid stems which are triangular in cross-section One of the most important plants in the shaping of the BWCA wetlands Most "grasses" seen from the canoe are sedges From the Old English secg
They have triangular jointless stems, a spiked inflorescence, and long grasslike leaves which are usually rough on the margins and midrib
Any plant of the genus Carex, perennial, endogenous, innutritious herbs, often growing in dense tufts in marshy places
Grass-like plant that is adapted to grow in moist habitats
Sedge is a plant that looks like grass and grows in wet ground. Any of numerous grasslike plants of the family Cyperaceae, having solid stems, leaves in three vertical rows, and spikelets of inconspicuous flowers, with each flower subtended by a scalelike bract. a plant similar to grass that grows in wet ground and on the edge of rivers and lakes
grasslike or rushlike plant growing in wet places having solid stems, narrow grasslike leaves and spikelets of inconspicuous flowers
A family of moisture-loving plants similar to grasses commonly found in wetlands (They have triangular stems )
grass-like plant, usually with solid triangular stems
[n] Rushlike or grasslike plants of the family Cyperaceae, which often grow in wet places and usually have a triangular stem with a pith (not hollow) and a small, hard, dry, one-seeded fruit (achene) Examples include sedges (Carex sp ), the lean sedge (Cyperus strigosus), the slender spikerush (Eleocharis acicularis), and the American bulrush (Scirpus americanus)
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sedge frog
A group of medium-sized frogs in the Hyperoliidae family
sedge frogs
plural form of sedge frog
sedge warbler
A small European warbler, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus, that winters in sub-Saharan Africa
sedge warblers
plural form of sedge warbler
sedge family
Family Cyperaceae, one of the 10 largest families of flowering plants, composed of about 5,000 species of grasslike herbs that inhabit wet regions worldwide. Sedges are monocots (see cotyledon) of extraordinary ecological importance; forming the base of food webs, they provide food and shelter for aquatic and wetland animals. They are also important as ornamentals and weeds, and are used in woven products such as mats, baskets, screens, and sandals. Key identifying characteristics that distinguish sedges from grasses are solid stems that are often triangular in cross section; leaves, when present, that clasp the stem with a sheath; and small spikes of minute flowers that are not enclosed in bracts. They range in height from about 1 in. to 13 ft (2 cm-4 m). The genus Carex represents the true sedges. Papyrus and bulrushes are also included in this family
sedge warbler
small European warbler that breeds among reeds and wedges and winters in Africa
sedge wren
small American wren inhabiting wet sedgy meadows
acute sedge
A sedge species, Carex acuta
bottle sedge
A sedge species, Carex rostrata
common sedge
A sedge species, Carex nigra
few-flowered sedge
A sedge species, Carex pauciflora
glaucous sedge
A sedge species, Carex flacca
mud sedge
A sedge species, Carex limosa
rare spring-sedge
A sedge species, Carex ericetorum
sand sedge
A sedge species, Carex arenaria
sedgy
Of, pertaining to, or covered with sedge
silvery sedge
A sedge species, Carex canescens
slender sedge
A sedge species, Carex lasiocarpa
star sedge
A sedge species, Carex echinata
string sedge
A sedge species, Carex chordorrhiza
sedges
{n} a kind of narrow flag, a long grass
sedgy
{a} overgrown with or like sedge
broom sedge
tall tufted grass of southeastern United States
cypress sedge
tufted sedge of temperate regions; nearly cosmopolitan
nut sedge
Either of two Old World sedges (Cyperus esculentus or C. rotundus) having aromatic tubers
sand sedge
European maritime sedge naturalized along Atlantic coast of United States; rootstock has properties of sarsaparilla
sedges
plural of sedge
sedgy
Overgrown with sedge
sedgy
{s} covered with sedge (type of wetland plant)
sedgy
covered with sedges (grasslike marsh plants)
sedge

    Türkische aussprache

    sec

    Aussprache

    /ˈseʤ/ /ˈsɛʤ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sej ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English secg, from Germanic. Cognate with Dutch zegge, dialectal German Saher ‘reeds’.

    Tempora

    sedging, sedged

    Wort des Tages

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