Desmanthus

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genus of American herbs or shrubs with sensitive pinnate leaves and small whitish flowers

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Illinois bundleflower genetic diversity determined by AFLP analysis.
Registration of 'BeeTAM-37' Bundleflower. Crop Sci.
Piper report that when wild senna (a grass) and Illinois bundleflower (a legume) were planted in alternate rows, their yields increased by 51 percent over three years, but when they were planted alternately within the same rows, their yields increased 161 percent, and these yields remained stable.
CP25 mixes were comprised of native grasses and include the addition of wildflowers, such as Maximillian sunflower (Helianthus maximiliani), purple prairie clover (Dalea lasiathera), prairie coneflower (Ratiba columnifera) and Illinois bundleflower (Desmanthus illinoensis) (Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, 2003).
If Casler's right, fields of soft, willowy switchgrass growing alongside native legumes like pure prairie clover and Illinois bundleflower could someday provide us with a source of green energy as well as a window into our country's verdant past.
Desmanthus illinoensis (Michx.) MacM., Illinois bundleflower (C).
CV-228, PI 634751) bundleflower (Desmanthus bicornutus S.
CV-229, PI 634752) bundleflower (Desmanthus bicornutus S.
The legume species were canadian tickclover (Desmodium canadense) in experinlents 1 and 2, and Illinois bundleflower (Desmanthus illinoensis) in experiment 3.
CV-230, PI 634753) bundleflower (Desmanthus bicornutus S.
Important understory species include agarito (Berberis trifoliolata), guayacan (Porlieria angustifolia), tasajillo (Opuntia leptocaulis), silver bluestem, little bluestem, trichloris, plains bristlegrass, knotroot bristlegrass, Texas bristlegrass, pink pappusgrass (Pappophorum bicolor), vine-mesquite (Panicum obtusum), curly mesquite (Hilaria belangeri), buffalograss, hairy grama, Texas grama (Bouteloua rigidiseta), purple threeawn (Aristida purpurea), hooded windmillgrass (Chloris cucullata), mistflower, orange zexmenia (Zexmenia hispida), bundleflower (Desmanthus sp.), parietaria (Parietaria floridana), old-man's beard, sarcostemma (Sarcostemma cynanchoides), bindvine (Cynanchum barbigerum), and cudweed (Gnaphalium pensilvanicum).
ILLINOIS BUNDLEFLOWER, an herbaceous perennial legume (subfamily Mimosoideae) native to the central USA (Luckow, 1993), may fulfill the need for a persistent, high-quality forage legume to complement warm-season grasses.
ILLINOIS BUNDLEFLOWER is an herbaceous perennial legume native to North America.
Ehlke currently has active breeding programs on numerous species, but has concentrated primarily on birdsfoot trefoil, kura clover, Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and Illinois bundleflower. Since the inception of her breeding program, Dr.
ILLINOIS BUNDLEFLOWER is an herbaceous warm-season [N.sub.2]-fixing perennial legume native to North America and useful in warm-season grass pastures.