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However, Convolvulus arvensis, Cynodon dactylon, Agropyron repenc, Chenopodium album and Setaria viridis were the most commonly occurring species, dominating the weed population in the experimental site (Table 8).
For example, the height of Stipa crylovii was lower than other herbage species; the herbage mass of Pedicularis alaschanica was lower than other species; and the cover of Pedicularis alaschanica, Stellera chamaejasme, Achnatherum inebrians and Agropyron cristatum was very low (Table 2).
1% root volume) tissue present in the roots compared to other species that grow under anoxic soil condition, including Agropyron pungens (Pers.
These include Agropyron and various species of Aegilops.
A cross between the annual common wheat and a perennial wheatgrass, Agropyron spp.
spicatum, Agropyron spicatum) and shrubs (Artemisia tridentata, chrysothamnus nauseosus).
In order to identify QTLs controlling yield stability in Agropyron an experiment was conducted in three environments.
Mixed-grass prairie occurs on more mesic sites and low areas and can be dominated by Bouteloua gracilis, Stipa comata, Artemisia filifolia, and Agropyron smithii.
effectively seeded") include the natives Agropyron smithii, Stipa viridula, Calamovilfa longifolia, Linum perenne, and the non-natives Agropyron intermedium, Agropyron cristatum and Meliolotus officinalis.
resinosa (Norway pine) significantly decreased germination and seedling growth of Phleum pratense (timothy), Agropyron repens (couch grass), and Epilobium angustifolium (fireweed).
H Poaceae: Agropyron trichophorum (Link) H Agropyron caespitosum C .
Coping with herbivory: photosynthetic capacity and resource allocation in two semiarid Agropyron bunchgrasses.