Erianthus


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Excluding the open Erianthus sites, mean basal area for the bottomland Oak Flats (28 [m.
Joorii, (b) sites on slight mounds with a somewhat open canopy of willow oak and a dense ground cover of Erianthus strictus and (c) overcup oak-dominated flats on lower, wetter sites.
Erianthus, the Theban, gave his vote to pull down the city, and turn the country into sheep-pasture; yet afterwards, when there was a meeting of the captains together, a man of Phocis, singing the first chorus in Euripides's Electra, which begins "Electra, Agamemnon's child, I come/ Unto thy desert home" they were all melted with compassion, and it seemed to be a cruel deed to destroy and pull down a city which had been so famous, and produced such men.
Equisetaceae Floyd, Weatherhold 845 Erianthus alopecuroides Poaceae Harrison, R.
A ministry panel recommended the same day that Japan be able to produce at least 100,000 to 200,000 kiloliters of biofuels annually from grass plants, such as Erianthus and sugarcane, at a cost of 40 yen per liter by adopting innovative technologies.