2 edition of Niche divergence between Agropyron smithii, C₃, and Bouteloua gracilis, C₄ found in the catalog.
Niche divergence between Agropyron smithii, C₃, and Bouteloua gracilis, C₄
Paul Raymond Kemp
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul Raymond Kemp.|
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Crested Wheatgrass, Fairway Crested Wheatgrass. Agropyron cristatum. Agropyron cristatum ssp. pectinatum, Agropyron desertorum, Agropyron pectinatum, Agropyron pectiniforme. The photo above shows crested wheatgrass as seen along Lakeside Road in Conboy Lake National Wildlife 21, Agropyron was used by several workers as parent material for wheat improvement. According to Smith (i) the following Agropyron characteristics would be of value in the cultivated wheats: 1. Resistance to heat and drought 2. Extreme winterhardiness 3. Resistance to frost 4. Tolerance to alkaline and acid soils 5. Resistance to rusts and smuts.
Summary. Intergeneric hybrids between Triticum aestivum L. and conventional rhizomatous Agropyron species were produced in variable frequencies. They were recovered in high percentage frequencies for T. aestivum cultivars with A. acutum (%), A. intermedium (%), A. pulcherrimum (%), and A. trichophorum (%). The crossability percentages with the highly crossable cultivar Cited by: Crop Science Abstract - Historical and Current Taxonomic Perspectives of Agropyron, Elymus, and Related Genera 1 View My Binders. This article in CS. Vol. 23 .
an introduced grass (agropyron elongatum [host) p. beauv.) and two herbaceous australian species (podolepis gracilis [lehm.j and danthonia caespitosa gaud.). bryan william duff thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of (biological science) honours department of applied science edith cow an university. Administrative Report Or Publication Agropyron spicatum, considered one of the most important native bunchgrasses in British Columbia, western Montana, the Columbia Basin and the area between the Cascades and Sierras and the Rockies, dominated millions of acres of pristine semiarid grass and sagebrush sites. Cited by:
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Agropyron smithii (a C 3 species) and Bouteloua gracilis (a C 4 species) occur in the same habitat of the shortgrass prairie ecosystem in northeastern Colorado. The hypothesis tested in this study was that the two species differ in their fundamental niches partly as a function of their different physiological responses to temperature and moisture by: measured for Agropyron smithii, increased with irrigation and declined slowly in the six years after irrigation was discontinued.
Within year survival was recorded for early spring cohorts of Agropyron smithii (20 culms) and Bouteloua gracilis (30 culms). Agropyron smithii culm survival was slightly enhanced by all levels of irrigation. C and N released in root exudates throughout a growing season were estimated in Bouteloua gracilis and Agropyron smithii (dominant species in the shor Cited by: and Bouteloua gracilis of above- and below- ground carbon and nitrogen dynamics of bouteloua gracilis and agropyron smithip j.
skiles, j. hanson and w. parton2 abstract. A difference-differential equation model has been developed which simulates phytomass and nitrogen flow of grassland primary by: History.
Agropyron cristatum is one of several closely related grass species referred to as crested wheatgrass. Niche divergence between Agropyron smithii It is unable to hybridize with its similar relatives, as it is a diploid species, whereas its closest relative, Agropyron desertorum, is a tetraploid species.
It was introduced from Russia and Siberia to North America in the first half of the twentieth century, and widely used to Family: Poaceae. The identification of the "seeds" 2 of the species of Agropyron is an important problem to the farmer, the seedsman, and the seed laboratory.
Agropyron repens (quack-grass) is recognized as a dangerous weed, and the similarity between the seed of this species and other common but more desirable species of Agropyron gives rise to confusion. The native vegetation is mixed‐grass grassland dominated by blue grama grass Bouteloua gracilis, needle‐and‐thread grass Stipa comata and spikemoss Selaginella densa (Christian & Wilson ).
The average precipitation during the growing season (April–August) was 6 mm during – (data from the nearest meteorological station Cited by: VARIABILITY IN A DOMINANT SOUTHWESTERN GRASS (BOUTELOUA GRACILIS) Implications for Restoration and Seed Source Conservation Photo by James R.
Page Katrina Tso1, Gery Allan1, Brad Butterfield1, Liza Holeski1, and Troy Wood2 1Dept. of Biological Sciences, NAU 2USGS, Flagstaff AZ. Taxon pages loaded to date: (). THE PLANT STRESS HYPOTHESIS AND VARIABLE RESPONSES BY BLUE GRAMA GRASS (Bouteloua gracilis) TO WATER, MINERAL NITROGEN, AND INSECT HERBIVORY ANTHONY JOERN1,* and SIMON MOLE2,3 1Division of Biology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KSUSA 2School of Biological Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NEUSA.
Agropyron. It is now agreed that Agropyron should be restricted to A. cristatum and its close relatives, i.e., the crested wheatgrasses. There is less agreement on how its members should be treated. The genus is native to Eurasia. The table below is based on Tsvelev's () treatment, with additional information being taken from Yang ( AGSM - Agropyron smithii.
Looking for abbreviations of AGSM. It is Agropyron smithii. Agropyron smithii listed as AGSM (Sorghastrum nutans), big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), sideoats grama (Bouteloua curtipendula), little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), Agropyron repens; Agropyron smithii; Agropyron subsecundum; Agropyron.
ARTICLE Species composition and abundance of ants and other invertebrates in stands of crested wheatgrass (Agropyroncristatum) and native grasslands in. The use of genetic divergence generated by somatic mutations is a novel approach to measure genet size and to estimate life span (Heinze and Fussi, ).
It is based on the fact that constant division of mitotic cells in clonal plants leads to the accumulation of somatic mutations over time (‘somatic mutation theory of clonality Cited by: Agropyron desertorum (clustered wheat grass, desert crested wheatgrass, desert wheatgrass, standard crested wheatgrass; syn.
Agropyron cristatum subsp. desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) A. Löve, Agropyron cristatum var. desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Dorn) is a plant species in the family Poaceae which was originally from Russian and Siberian steppes until it was introduced to the United States from Family: Poaceae.
Sideoats Grama Bouteloua curtipendula, at the Fort Worth Nature Center. Denver Botanic Gardens 07/21/ A group planted at the headquarters of Cheslen Land Preserve in se PA in late July A closer shot of the flowers in se PA in late Julyplanted at. More on Crested Wheat Grass (Agropyron cristatum) in Wikipedia Allergens and Plants Search Enter a full or partial species name to find more information on one of over potentially allergenic plants.
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Agropyron cristatum is a cool season perennial bunchgrass that grows from ft ( m) tall. It is native to Africa, temperate Asia, and parts of Europe.
It was introduced to North and South America as a forage crop. Foliage The culms are erect with flat leaves which are about in ( mm) wide. The leaves are smooth below and.
Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 25 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because names of species rank are. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn by: Bouteloua (Poaceae: Chloridoideae: Cynodonteae; Boutelouiane) is an important genus of forage grasses containing 60 species found primarily in the Americas with a center of diversity in northern.There is a high level of genetic isolation between Agropyron Gaertn.
species and other Triticeae genera and hybrids. However, genetic distances between Hordeum spp. and Agropyron spp. are lacking.
By crossing a tetraploid‐induced Hordeum chilense Roem. et Schult. and a tetraploid Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn, euploid (2n=4x=28) and aneuploid (2n=4x=29) hybrids plants were obtained by Cited by: 8.