Buchloe dactyloides

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Synonyms for Buchloe dactyloides

short grass growing on dry plains of central United States (where buffalo roam)

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Quinn (1987) examined the possibility that postdispersal sibling competition played a role in the evolution of differential seed germinability in Buchloe dactyloides, which produces burs containing one to five seeds with often staggered germination.
Relationship between synaptospermy and dioecy in the life-history strategies of Buchloe dactyloides (Graminae).
The mosaic system is a mixture of short-grass prairie on the more xeric, upland or south facing slopes and can be dominated by Bouteloua gracilis, Bouteloua hirsuta, Andropogon scoparius, Carex filifolia, and Buchloe dactyloides (Kaul and Rolfsmeier 1993).
Bouteloua gracilis (19% cover), Carex filifolia (15% cover), Buchloe dactyloides (5% cover), Sporobolus cryptandrus (5% cover), and Stipa comata (5% cover) were the dominant graminoids across the site, while Yucca glauca (1% cover) and Artemisia frigida (1% cover) dominated the forbs.
Still, despite low densities, seedlings of all perennial grass species, except Buchloe dactyloides and Pascopyrum smithii, were observed.
Selection of food items in autumn included these two genera as well as Buchloe dactyloides.
The "foliage is the fruit" hypothesis: Buchloe dactyloides (Poaceae).
Other common species include the perennial grass, Buchloe dactyloides (Nutt.
With few exceptions (17 of 71 species), quadrat size did not affect frequency estimates for species that occurred in fewer than 10% of quadrats, whereas (except for Buchloe dactyloides and Aristida oligantha) quadrat size did affect frequency estimates for all species that occurred in greater than 10% of quadrats (n =17) (Figure 2).
Life-history strategies and sex ratios for a cultivar and wild population of Buchloe dactyloides (Gramineae).
Longevity of pollen and stigmas of grasses: buffalo-grass, Buchloe dactyloides (Nutt.