Classification of the wheat
Wheat classification: Botanically, wheat is of Triticum species and is divided into two distinct groups of durum and normal wheat. Each group has a specific number of chromosomes and all the genetic characteristics of their own family. Since different species of the wheat are diploid and have two chromosome strands, many other species of the wheat are polyploid and have four (tetraploid) or six (hexaploid) strands of chromosomes. Genomics of the wheat is more difficult than other products. Diploids only grow in forested areas and desert. Single-seed wheat is classified in this group. Tetraploids are wild plants. Durum and emer wheat are classified in this group. Hexaploid wheat is used to prepare bread flour.