What is the scientific name for wheat?



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    The scientific name for wheat is Tritucum Aestivum, and was first cultivated for human consumption in the area now known as the Fertile Crescent. Historically, wheat has been used for flour and other foods for humans as well as livestock feed and roof thatch. Wheat is symbolic to the progress of humans because it was through the cultivation of crops like wheat that human society began.


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