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Definition of the noun brome

What does brome mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: bromes

  1. any of various woodland and meadow grasses of the genus Bromus; native to temperate regions

Alternative definition of the noun brome

noun

  1. Any grass of the genus Bromus.

Places

  1. Brome is a municipality in the district of Gifhorn, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the river Ohre, approx. 25 km northeast of Wolfsburg.
  2. Brome: Samtgemeinde Brome is a Samtgemeinde in the district of Gifhorn, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated approximately 20 km north-east of Gifhorn and 10 km north of Wolfsburg. 15.445 citizens are living in the Samtgemeinde Brome.

There are other places with in their name, like Lac-Brome, Brome and Oakley, Brome—Missisquoi and Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality.

Miscellanea

Brome is a family name.

Phrases with Brome

  1. Brome Spp.
  2. Oat Brome
  3. Red Brome
  4. Rye Brome
  5. Bald Brome
  6. Corn Brome
  7. Soft Brome
  8. Tall Brome
  9. Broom Brome
  10. Chess Brome
  11. downy brome
  12. Erect Brome
  13. False Brome
  14. field brome
  15. Hairy Brome
  16. Hoary Brome
  17. Mango Brome
  18. Sitka Brome
  19. Texas Brome
  20. Weedy Brome

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Google previewNative Ferns, Moss & Grasses (2008)

by William Cullina

Fringed brome is a common species of wet soils and partial shade. The tall, drooping flower and seed heads are moderately showy. It grows in small clumps and is a poor competitor, so as a component of seed mixes, its fibrous roots help limit ...

Google previewRange Plant Handbook (1937)

Bichardson brome is a characteristic representative of the group of perennial bromes which have nodding seed heads (panicles). The species is widespread, extending from Saskatchewan to Newfoundland, West Virginia, Tennessee, and ...

Google previewThe Arizona Breeding Bird Atlas (2005)

by Troy E. Corman, Cathryn Wise-Gervais

Red brome is an abundant annual exotic in much of the Mojave. Adjacent communities include pinyon pine-juniper woodlands (FPJ) and interior chaparral (SIC) at higher elevations, and Sonoran desertscrub (DSL and DSU) to the south.

Google previewWeeds of Canada and the Northern United States (1999)

A Guide for Identification by France Royer, Richard Dickinson

Plant: Downy brome is a prolific seed producer. A tufted grass, 2.5 to 60 cm tall,

Downy brome is an alternate host for barley stripe mosaic, barley yellow dwarf, ryegrass mosaic, and wheat streak mosaic viruses. SIMILAR SPECIES Japanese ...

Google previewWildland Fire in Ecosystems (2008)

Fire and nonnative invasive plants

Smooth brome is a cool-season, perennial grass that begins its growth in early spring and continues growth late into fall. It is a prolific seed producer (figure 7-2), setting seed mid-summer through fall. Studies indicate that it has a high level of ...

Google previewLower Valley Transmission Project (ID, WY) (1998)

Environmental Impact Statement

Columbia Brome Columbia brome is a member of the grass family, Gramineae or Poaceae (Figure 4). It is a perennial grass, 6 to 12 decimeters tall. The sheaths ( portion of the leaf that surrounds the stem), the nodes (area on the stem where ...

Google previewKaibab National Forest (N.F.), Warm Fire Recovery Project (2009)

Environmental Impact Statement

Immediately adjacent in Dry Park Nonnative Invasive Species Analyzed Ripgut brome is an annual grass native to Europe and northern Africa ...

Google previewBulletin - Agricultural Experiment Station, North Carolina State University at Raleigh (1888)

by North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station

Hungarian brome is the principal meadow grass of the sandy moorlands of Hungary, in Europe. It has recently been experimented with in Iowa, and the Director of the Iowa Experiment Station places it very near the head of mmmer grasses for ...

Google previewBulletin (1888)

HUNGARIANOR AWNLESS Bsomn GRASS—BTOm'LLS inerm'isl Hungarian brome is the principal meadow grass of the sandy moorlands of Hungary, in Europe. It has recently been experimented with in Iowa, and the Director of the Iowa ...

Google previewBulletin - Agricultural Experiment Station, North Carolina State College (1888)

by North Carolina State College. Agricultural Experiment Station

Hungarian brome is the principal meadow grass of the sandy moorlands of Hungary, in Europe. It has recently been experimented with in Iowa, and the Director of the Iowa Experiment Station places it very near the head of summer grasses for ...

Google previewReport (1888)

by North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station

Hungarian brome is the principal meadow grass of the sandy moorlands of Hungary, in Europe. It has recently been experimented with in Iowa, and the Director of the Iowa Experiment Station places it very near the head of summer grasses for ...

Google previewSmall Grain Production Pt 9: Pest Management -- Weeds

Ripgut brome is a particular problem in rainfed production areas. The weed reduces yield by competing with the crop, and its seed can contaminate the grain and reduce its marketability. Italian ryegrass is a major weed in the central and ...

Google previewThe Handbook of Feedstuffs (2013)

Production Formulation Medication by Rudolph Seiden, W. H. Pfander

MARTIN BROME is a northern-type SMOOTH BROME. MARTIN MILO, or Martin's combine milo, is not a true milo, but one of the kafir-milo derivatives which belong to the grain SORGHUMS. MARVELOUS WHEAT = Fulcaster. See COMMON ...

Google previewCrop Biotechnology (2006)

by P.R. Yadav

Downy brome is a troublesome weed to wheat producers, but valuable forage for livestock producers. Morning glory growing up a trellis is an attractive flowering plant, but twining around maize plants it, is a damaging weed. What emerges ...

Google previewAbstracts of Recent Published Material on Soil and Water Conservation (1950)

Smooth brome is a perennial brome species that Is a high producing improved pasture grass, proving very successful in irrigated pastures. Several species of the melica are good grasses in southwestern Texas* RANGE GRASSES - THE ...

Google previewThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette (1865)

The Schraeder Brome.—“The Schroeder Brome is a perennial Grass of extraordinary productive power, lately introduced into France. A Frenchman speaks of having experimented upon it for six years, during which time it never fell off, either in ...

Google previewGardeners Chronicle & New Horticulturist (1865)

The Schroeder Brome is a perennial Grass of extraordinary productive power, lately introduced into France. A Frenchman speaks of having experimented upon it for six years, during which time it never fell off, either in its constitution or its ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Heraldica, Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry (1828)

by William Berry

BROME, [Halton, Oxfordshire,] sa, on a chev. ar. three bunches of broom-plants vert, seeded or, all within a bordure of the second.—Crest, an arm, couped at the elbow, and erect, vested bendy wavy of six or and gu. holding in the hand ppr. a ...

Google previewThe domestic encyclopedia, or, A dictionary of facts and useful knowledge, chiefly applicable to rural & domestic economy (1821)

with an appendix, containing additions in domestic medicine, and the veterinary and culinary arts by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich, Thomas Cooper, Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress)

Field — Brome grass— Bromus secalinus. Corn — Brome— Bromus arvensis. Upright — Brome— Bromus erectus.

Google previewMansfeld's Encyclopedia of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops (2001)

(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research

carinatusl Mountain brome grass. British Columbia, Alberta to South Dakota, New Mexico and California; introduced into Illinois, Iowa and Kansas.

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Brome Meaning

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Scrabble value of B3R1O1M3E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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