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Synonyms for Sporobolus

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Salt tolerance of the coastal salt marsh grass, Sporobolus virginicus (L.
We generally found Yellow Rails in areas dominated by Sporobolus spp.
Halophytic grasses as vital components of cash crop halophytes: Sporobolus madraspatanus Bor.
Sporobolus caroli) are processed by grinding and roasting (Beck 1985: Appendix).
The treeless eastern Serengeti plains are composed of short height grasses such as Andropogon greenwayi and Sporobolus spicatus.
the leader in metabolomics, biomarker discovery and biochemical analysis, announces the publication of "A Sister Group Contrast Using Untargeted Global Metabolomic Analysis Delineates the Biochemical Regulation Underlying Desiccation Tolerance in Sporobolus stapfianus" in The Plant Cell Online (April 2011, tpc.
In addition, yellow rails have recently been demonstrated to overwinter at inland locations dominated by Sporobolus (Butler et al.
Other prairie grasses that were rarely encountered included Sporobolus heterolepis (prairie dropseed), Elymus virginicus (Virginia wild rye), Elymus canadensis (nodding wild rye), Muhlenbergia frondosa (Satin grass), and Panicum virgatum (switch grass).
14 5 Bothriochloa macra 3 10 Dichanthium sericeum I1 Astrebla elymoides 6 4 Sporobolus africanus 9 Cynodon dactylon 5 2 Austrostipa aristiglumis 1 6 Astrebla lappacea 2 3 Rytidosperma spp.
Agalinis tenuifolia, Aristida virgata, Desmodium marilandicum, Liatris squarrulosa, Physalis carpenteri and Sporobolus junceus.
The most common grass species are Themeda triandra, Heteropogon contortus, Sporobolus africanus and Microchloa ciliate.
Common species with fruit attractive to birds include Psidium guajava, Rubus niveus, and a variety of introduced pasture and weedy grasses including Digitaria horizontalis, Sporobolus indicus, and Panicum maximum.
2008b), eight species documented at the Bennett wetland complex represent Henry County records, including Comandra umbellata, Coreopsis tripteris, Cypripedium eandidum, Hierochloe hirta subsp, arctica (Hieroehloe odorata), Hypericum ascyron, Hypoxis hirsuta, Senna hebecarpa, and Sporobolus neglectus.
On more elevated secondary floodplains is the Sporobolus airoides (alkali sacaton) grassland with occasional Limonium limbatum (sea lavender) plants (Poole 1992; Van Auken & Bush 1998; Van Auken et al.