Saccharum (family Gramineae) A genus of large, robust, perennial grasses; sugar cane is S. officinarum, the only world crop originating from New Guinea. The stem is solid, containing sugar in the soft tissues. There are about 30 species, occurring in the Old World, from the tropics to warm temperate regions.
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