meadow fescue

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Synonyms for meadow fescue

grass with wide flat leaves cultivated in Europe and America for permanent pasture and hay and for lawns

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7 Total number of species 50 92 Class Molinio-Arrhenatheretea Achillea millefolium 76 45 Centaurea jacea 52 60 Dactylis glomerata 52 23 Festuca pratensis 16 24 Lathyrus pratensis 28 49 Phleum pratense 12 8 Plantago lanceolata 56 14 Poa pratensis 36 31 Prunella vulgaris 4 13 Ranunculus acris 8 33 Trifolium pratense 28 12 Vicia cracca 56 63 Order Arrhenatheretalia Anthoxanthum odoratum 4 11 Galium album 52 45 Heracleum sibiricum 12 4 Leucanthemum vulgare 12 9 Lotus corniculatus 16 7 Order Molinietalia Angelica sylvestris .
Photosynthetic acclimation and resistance to high light-induced inactivation of PSII at low temperature were studied on androgenic plants generated from a Festuca pratensis x Lolium multiflorum (4x) cross using chlorophyll fluorescence techniques (Rapacz et al.
Androgenesis from Festuca pratensis x Lolium multiflorum amphidiploid cultivars in order to select and stabilize rare gene combinations for grass breeding.
Anther culture of Lolium temulentum, Festuca pratensis and Lolium x Festuca hybrids.
Genome recombination in intergeneric hybrids between tetraploid Festuca pratensis and Lolium multiflorum.
Aneuploidy in induced autotetraploid populations of Festuca pratensis, Lolium multiflorum and Lolium perenne.
Introgression of Festuca pratensis chromosomes and chromosome segments into Lolium perenne.
Identification of parental and recombined chromosomes in hybrid derivatives of Lolium multiflorum x Festuca pratensis by genomic in situ hybridization.
Chromosome substitutions and recombination in the amphiploid Lolium perenne x Festuca pratensis cv.
Levels and tissue distribution of loline alkaloids in endophyte-infected Festuca pratensis.
Observations on germination and seedling cold tolerance in diploid Festuca pratensis and tetraploid F.
Festuca pratensis (meadow fescue) and E glaucescens plants were used as RFLP controls (see Xu et al.