Common wheat

Common wheat
Ears of common wheat
Scientific classification edit
Species:T. aestivum
Binomial name
Triticum aestivum
  • Triticum sativum Lam.
  • Triticum vulgare Vill.

Common wheat (Triticum aestivum), also known as bread wheat, is a cultivated wheat species.[1][2][3][4][5] About 95% of the wheat produced is common wheat,[6] which is the most widely grown of all crops and the cereal with the highest monetary yield.[7]

Nomenclature and taxonomy of wheat and its cultivars

Numerous forms of wheat have evolved under human selection. This diversity has led to confusion in the naming of wheats, with names based on both genetic and morphological characteristics. For more information, see the taxonomy of wheat.

List of the common cultivars

Other Languages
العربية: قمح طري
azərbaycanca: Yumşaq buğda
български: Зимна пшеница
català: Blat xeixa
čeština: Pšenice setá
dansk: Brødhvede
Deutsch: Weichweizen
euskara: Gari arrunt
français: Blé tendre
한국어: 보통밀
Hausa: Alkama
hornjoserbsce: Prawa pšeńca
עברית: חיטת הלחם
қазақша: Жұмсақ бидай
Kinyarwanda: Ingano
Кыргызча: Жумшак буудай
Limburgs: Gewoan terf
Nederlands: Gewone tarwe
日本語: パンコムギ
occitan: Blat tendre
پنجابی: عام کنک
Picard: Fourmint
português: Triticum aestivum
sicilianu: Ciaca
Simple English: Common wheat
slovenščina: Navadna pšenica
suomi: Vehnä
українська: Пшениця м'яка
Tiếng Việt: Triticum aestivum
中文: 普通小麦