1. Poaceae (family comprising the true grasses); Gramineae
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2. PoaceaeThe Poaceae (also known as the Gramineae) is a large and nearly ubiquitous family of monocot flowering plants. Members of this family are commonly called (land) grasses, although the term (land) "grass" is also applied to plants that are not in the Poaceae lineage, including the rushes and sedges. As for the seagrasses, they all belong to the Alismatales, a different monocot order altogether.
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