Dactylis glomerata


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Dactylis glomerata

a valuable temperate region pasture grass which contains a lamb growth inhibitor. Called also cocksfoot, orchard grass.
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0 Associated species Achillea millefohum Ambrosia artemisiifolia Aster pilosus Bromus inermis Dactylis glomerata Festuca arundinacea Table 2.
Phylogenetic relationships and gene flow between sympatric diploid and tetraploid plants of Dactylis glomerata (Gramineae).
Signification evolutive de la polyploidie: Mecanismes et consequences: Exemple de Dactylis glomerata L.
Our data are in agreement with Hopkins (2000), who reported a decline in D-value of Dactylis glomerata from 74% at the early vegetative growth to 49% at the full blooming stage.
Experimental and cytological studies on plant species, VI: Dactylis glomerata and Anthoxanthum odoratum.
The morphology and microclimate of Dactylis glomerata tussocks.
The fields are dominated by grasses, including Bromus inermis, Dactylis glomerata, Dichanthelium acuminatum var.
Mesic old fields are typically dominated by such plants as Bromus inermis, Dactylis glomerata, Daucus carota, Elaeagnus umbellata, Festuca elatior, Geum laciniatum, Lonicera maackii, Rosa multiflora, and Solidago canadensis.
retroflexus, Arctium minus, Arenaria serpyllifolia, Barbarea vulgaris, Brassica nigra, Capsella bursa-pastoris, Centaurea mnaculosa, Cerastium vulgatum, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, Cichorium intybus, Cirsium arvense, Conium maculatum, Convolvulus arvensis, Datura stramonium, Daucus carota, Dianthus armeria, Dipsacus sylvestris, Draba verna, Froelichia gracilis, Geranium pusillum, Glechoma hederacea, grasses [Bromus commutatus, Bromus inermis Bromus japonicus, Bromus racemosa, Bronus tectorum, Dactylis glomerata, Digitaria ischaemum, Eleusine indica, Elytrigia repens, Eragrostis cilianensis, Lolium perenne var.
The most common grass species include Dactylis glomerata, Echinochloa crusgalli, Festuca elatior, Setaria glauca, and S.