scoparius

scoparius

(skō-pā′rē-ŭs)
The fresh or dried tops of broom, Cytisus scoparius. It was used in the distant past as a diuretic and emetic.
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microplus quizas no sobreviva a estos periodos tan prolongados de pastoreo en ausencia de su hospedador, lo que pudiera explicar la ausencia de garrapatas en las explotaciones donde se utiliza Axonopus scoparius y por ende de Babesia spp.
La mayoria de los sistemas ganaderos en la zona (80 %) usan el pasto gramalote (Axonopus scoparius (Flugge) Kuhlm.
They are characterized by diagnostic species such as Senecio adonidifolius, Hieracium sabaudum and Spergula morisonii (Figure 3b, Table 3), among others, as well as dense broom communities mainly composed by Cytisus scoparius and Genista florida and by western endemic such as Festuca elegans subsp.
PADILLA (2013) observo una produccion de biomasa de 1,29 kg de materia seca por metro cuadrado en arreglos silvopastoriles de Tithonia diversifolia con Tripsacum andersonni; mientras que en aquellos de Tithonia diversifolia con Axonopus scoparius la biomasa fue de 0,81 kg de materia seca por metro cuadrado.
Roos and Quinn (1977) found that early successional field population of Andropogon scoparius had a higher reproductive effort and a shorter developmental time (as indicated by dates of first anthesis) than populations of older successional field.
Constituents of the polar extracts from Algerian Pituranthos scoparius.
Feeding habits of asteroids, Luidia quinaria and Astropecte, scoparius, in Ise Bay, central Japan.
Paynter Q, Fowler S, Memmott J, Sheppard A (1998) Factors affecting the establishment of Cytisus scoparius in southern France: implications for managing both native and exotic populations.