Naturally, occurring grasses in these alpine pastures or meadows are Festuca, Poa, Lolium, Eragrostis, Danthonia, and Phleum
, as well as many forbs, such as Primula, Aremons, Fritillaria, and Gentiana sp.
mijo 127) Paspalum urvillei paja mansa, paja boba 128) Pennisetum glaucum mijo perla 129) Phalaris canariesis alpiste 130) Phalaris glaucum pallar, poroto de manteca 131) Phaseolus lunatus poroto, frijol 132) Phleum
pratense timoti 133) Pinus caribaea pino caribe 134) Pinus sp.
From the revised list of collected plants, 18% of plants are not included, mostly the sedges or grasses from the genera Agrostis, Phleum
, Festuca, Poa, Carex as well as--bryophytes, ferns and clubmosses.
Mixed with Bromus inermis and Phleum
pratense within grassy openings.
The germination tests were carried out with timothy Phleum
pratense c 'Tika' seeds purchased from Jogeva Plant Breeding Institute, Estonia.
Grass 1:10 w/v: equal parts of Poaeeae Poa pratensis (Kentucky Bluegrass), Dactylis glomerata (Orchard Grass), Agrostis alba (Redtop), Phleum
pretense (Timothy), Anthoxanthum odoratum (Sweet Vernal Grass), Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda Grass) and Cynodon dactylon (Johnson Grass).
gayana, Agrostis imberbis, Phleum
alpinum, Geranium sessiliflorum, Ranunuculus peduncularis var.
Economic crops include coffee, coconut, and papaya; medicinals cover Artemisia and Costus; fodder and agricultural crops include Phleum
, Lolium, and Triticale; horticultural species include Orchis and Allium; and forest plants are represented by Populus species.
Also, a number of grasses pollinate from late spring through the summer; among the most allergenic are Cynodon dactylon (bermuda) and Phleum
Misra A, Tyler G (1999) Influence of soil moisture on soil solution chemistry and concentrations of minerals in the calcicoles Phleum
phleoides and Veronica spicata grown on a limestone soil.
Allelopathic pollen extract from Phleum
and agronomic grasses (Alopecurus arundinacea, Phleum
pratense, Poa glauca and P.
Pollen allelopathy among sympatric grassland species: In vitro evidence in Phleum
Reduced floret and seed production resulting from severe habitat conditions have also been reported in Phleum
alpinum (Callaghan and Lewis, 1971).
ledermannii was destroyed, as is the case with Phleum