Phleum pratense


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Phleum pratense

the oldfashioned but still popular pasture grass in the family Poaceae which can be infested with Claviceps purpurea and cause ergotism. Called also timothy grass.
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The Trench had also been fertilized and seeded with an agronomic species mixture (Alopecurus arundinacea, Phleum pratense, Poa glauca, and P.
This group included Alopecurus arundinacea, Phleum pratense, Poa glauca, and P.
Some included remnants of the tallgrass vegetation they replaced, but all were dominated by exotic species such as alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and a series of cool-season pasture grasses, including Bromus inermis, Festuca pratensis, Dactylis glomerata and Phleum pratense.
35) Calamagrostis canadensis (21) Phleum pratense (9) Dominant forhs (relative biomass, %) Aster sibiricus (7) Arnica chamissonis (7) Soil nitrogen concentration (% by mass) 0.
Using an artificial community consisting of Trifolium repens and Poa pratensis as target species and Phleum pratense and Agrostis tenuis as background species, three types of plant-plant interactions were examined: invasions, competition for space, and neighborhood effects.
canadensis, Lysimachia ciliata, Monarda clinopodia, Oenothera biennis, Pastinaca sativa, Phleum pratense, Polygonatum biflorum, P.
Phleum pratense accessions demonstrated considerable phenotypic variation among region and country sources (Table 4).
Evaluation of differently adapted types of Phleum pratense L.
Effects of hardening, plant age, and development in Phleum pratense and Festuca pratensis on resistance to snow mould fungi.
Effects of dehardening on resistance to freezing and to infection by Thyphula ishikariensis in Phleum pratense.
Three phenolic acid derivatives from stromata of Epichloe typhina on Phleum pratense.