Cereal: A cereal is a plant cultivated mainly for its grains, that is to say its fruits (caryopses), used in the diet of humans and domestic animals, often ground or crushed in the form of refined flour or more or less complete, but also in whole grains (these plants are also sometimes consumed in the form of fodder). The term "cereal" also specifically designates the grains of these plants.
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