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Kellogg, E. A., Penty, A., Doust, A.N., Jacobs, S.W.L.2003Phylogenetic Relationships in Setaria / Pennisetum clade
A. Arber1931Studies in the Gramineae. X. 1. Pennisetum, Setaria, and Cenchrus. 2. Alopecurus. 3. Lepturus
Wipff, J. K.2003Wipff (2003)
N. L. Bor1967Pennisetum lanatum Klotzsch.
J. N. Brunken1979Morphometric variation and the classification of Pennisetum section Brevivalvula (Gramineae) in tropical Africa
J. N. Brunken1977A systematic study of Pennisetum sect. Pennisetum (Gramineae)
F. B. Coleman1939A classification of the Millets
S. Donadio, Giussani, L., Kellogg, E. A., Zuloaga, F. O., Morrone, O.2009Donadio S (2009)
N. C. Ellstrand, Prentice, H. C., Hancock, J. F.1999Gene Flow and Introgression from Domesticated PLants into their Wild Relatives
F. R. Fosberg, Sachet M. - H.1982Micronesian Poaceae: Critical and Distributional Notes
L. M. Giussani, Cota-Sanchez, H., Zuloaga, F. O., Kellogg, E. A.2001A molecular phylogeny of the subfamily Panicoideae (Poaceae) shows multiple origins of C4 photosynthesis
C. E. Hubbard1933Pennisetum basedowii Summerhayes & Hubbard
M. Kerguelen1977Notes agrostologiques, ii
M. Lazarides196111. Contributions to the knowledge of Western Australian Gramineae
E. Martel, Poncet, V., Lamy, F., Siljak-Yakolev, S., Lejeune, B., Sarr, A.2004Martel (2004)
F. Mueller187363. Gramineae
H. Scholz2006Kikuyuochloa, genus novum (Poaceae: Paniceae)
E. R. Sohns1949Floral Morphology of Cenchrus, Pennisetum, Setaria and Ixophorus
O. Stapf1921Kikuyu Grass (Pennisetum clandestinum Chiov.)
A. M. Turpe1983Las especies sudamericanas del genero Pennisetum L.C. Richard (Gramineae)
J. W. Vickery1975Gramineae
J. K. Wipff2001Nomenclatural changes in Pennisetum (Poaceae: Paniceae)
J. K. Wipff, Veldkamp J. F.1999Pennisetum advena sp. nov. (Poaceae:Paniceae): a common ornamental grass throughout the southern United States
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