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Genetic variability of yield and morphological traits in several populations of two Bromus species (B.
Bromus catharticus Valli (rescue grass; TAC 4387) is an introduced grass known also from adjacent Erath County (Turner et al.
Aliens are locally common, including the rather short but rapidly spreading grasses, Bromus japonicus, Digitaria ischaemum, Paspalum dilatatum (formerly planted for forage) and Sporobolus indicus, as well as taller species that often extend into less frequently stressed or disturbed sites (see f).
Similar reduction in the tissue concentration of Cu has been reported in Bromus carinatus by O'Dell et al.
Native plants can also be driven out by cheatgrass, Bromus tectorum, a fast-growing annual that looks something like a wild, scraggly version of wheat or oats.
The dominant grasses associated with the buckbrush are Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass) and Bromus inermis (smooth brome).
Bromus inermis, Agropyron dentarum, Agropyron caninum, Agrostis spp.
This study compares VMS Importance Values of the top herbaceous species in all three years including Solidago altissima, Setaria faberil, Bromus inermis, and Lippia Ianceolata.
The Seaton Delaval also went to King Of The Forest (1870) and Charles O'Malley (1909), who were placed in the Derby; champion two-year-old fillies Cyanean (1904) and Orwell (1906); and notable broodmares Bromus (1907, dam of Phalaris), Melodina (1970, dam of See You Then) and Zaizafon (1984, dam of Zafonic).
Avicennia marina * Brachychiton populneus * * * * Bromus arenarius * * * Calandrinia spp.
In the current study, three or four kinds of plants tended to be the most prolific (Achillea, Bromus, Lupinns, and Poa), but they did not overwhelm the other plants.
The meadow plant community was composed primarily of introduced annual forbs and grasses including Bromus tectorum, B.
Now, the rapid advance of Bromus tectorum, a weedy Eurasian grass inadvertently introduced to the United States about a century ago, is igniting concern about the future of the West's sagebrush steppe and pinyon/juniper woodlands.
Of particular importance to the ecology of Chukars were: Blanche's globe thistle (Echinops blancheanus), a perennial composite in which most nests of Chukars occurred (Alkon 1983); and annual and perennial grasses (including Avena sterilis, Bromus spp.