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Synonyms for Andropogon

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In more disturbed areas, especially on damper soils, the broomsedge Andropogon tenuispatheus is often dominant; also, Saccharum giganteum and Paspalum floridanum var.
a grass savanna (GS), without trees except the palm Borassus aethiopium and dominated by Loudetia simplex and Andropogon schirensis on Gleysols (FAO 1989);
Those species that were seeded frequently, yet present infrequently ("ineffectively seeded") includes a mixture of eight native grasses and forbs: Andropogon scoparius, Achillea millefolium, Agropyron riparium, Agropyron caninum, Ratibida columnifera, Bouteloua graeilis, Sporobulus eryptandrus, and Festuca ovina.
media, MTV Networks' Design and Promos Department, and Second Story for communications design; Andropogon Associates, Ned Kahn and William McDonough + Partners for environmental design; and Burt Rutan, Interface Inc.
Growth and gas exchange of Andropogon Gerardi as influenced by burning.
A preliminary plant inventory conducted during the 1999 growing season found that the most common plants in the field were Andropogon virginicus L.
The treeless eastern Serengeti plains are composed of short height grasses such as Andropogon greenwayi and Sporobolus spicatus.
Alminana, a principal of Andropogon Associates in Philadelphia, is internationally recognized for groundbreaking projects, public service, and cross-disciplinary collaboration that have positioned landscape architects at the core of the sustainability movement.
2 followed by Andropogon gerardii (big bluestem) with an I.
inside the study site and Andropogon gayanus at the edges.
Species Family Common name Andropogon bicornis (L) Poaceae Beard grass Clidemia hirta (L).
Poaceae Native Andropogon virginicus Poaceae Native Elymus virginicus Poaceae Introduced Sorghum halepense Ulmaceae Native Ulmus rubra and U.
X Alopecurus carolinianus Walter X Andropogon gerardii Vitman subsp.