Stipagrostis

Stipagrostis

grass member of the family Poaceae; awns on the plant become entangled in the forestomachs forming phytobezoars; also cause grass seed abscess. Include S. obtusa (Aristida obtusa), S. ciliata var. capensis (Aristida ciliata).
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En dehors de la mise en defens, la meme formation subit une utilisation intense, ce qui cause la disparition de plusieurs especes appetible (Stipa tenacissima, Stipagrostis pungens, Helianthemum lippii) et l'abondance d'autres especes non appetible et toxiques telles que Atractylis serratuloides, Thymelaea microphylla, Peganum harmala.
Canonical correspondence ordination of seed bank at site Dingarh Fort area (CCA seed bank data) showing the relationships between species (triangles) and environmental variables (arrows) Eragrostis barreliri= Eba, Ochthochloa compressa=Oco; Cenchrus biflorus=Cbi; Cenchrus ciliaris =Cci; Aristida funiculata=Afu; Tribulus longipetalus=T\o; Sasuvium sasuvioides= Ssa; Mollugo cerviana =Mce; Indigofera hocstetteri= Iho; Gisekiapharnaceoides= Gph; Euphorbia prostrata=Epr, Foeniculum velgarus=Fve; Dipterygium gluacum=Dgl; Capparis decidua=Cde;Calligonum polygonoides =Cpo; Acacia nilotica=Ani; Fagonia cretica=Fin, Stipagrostis plumosa= Spl.
Fitoextraccion de metales pesados, tratamiento de aguas residuales y de escorrentia Solanum nigrum Cultivos de celulas pilosas detoxifican PCBs (Bifenilos policlorados) Spartina Elimina sal alternifolia Spergularia Elimina sal del suelo Stipagrostis Remediacion de hidrocarburos del petroleo plumosa Tamarisk Elimina sodio y arsenico Typha spp.
Ebner M, Miranda T, Roth-Nebelsick A, Efficient fog harvesting by Stipagrostis sabulicola (Namib dune bushman grass).
28[degrees]32'09"S:22[degrees]30'18"E, 1200 m, white sand Stipagrostis amabilis dune, 6.
Les autres especes sont par contre bien representees dans les feces de l'acridien, a savoir Stipagrostis plumosa, Stipagrostis pungens, Stipagrostis obtusa et Panicum turgidum.
Danin A, Orshan G (1995) Circular arrangement of Stipagrostis ciliata clumps in the Negev, Israel and near Gokaeb, Namibia.
The compact rhizomatomous perennial grass Stipagrostis pungens produces adventitious roots at the bases of the stolons that are going to be buried by the sand, allowing it to grow through any accumulation of soil.
Among Arundinoids, it is reported in Aristida and Stipagrostis Nees of tribe Aristideae, and in Centropodia and Alloeochaete C.
Though the percentage of time spent in different vegetation types differed significantly between seasons, aardwolves foraged most often in plant communities dominated by Stipagrostis uniplumis or Penzia incana during both summer and winter ([ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED]; [[Xi].