Cynodon dactylon

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Synonyms for Cynodon dactylon

trailing grass native to Europe now cosmopolitan in warm regions

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C. dactylon was collected from the local area of Thiruvallur district, Chennai and was used for the study following its authentication by a botanist.
The leaves of C. dactylon were washed thoroughly with distilled water, followed by drying in sunlight for 48 h.
decumbens than C. dactylon. The rate of development was faster for all the instars of the aphids that fed on P.
The whole plant of C. dactylon was thoroughly cleaned using distilled water to remove soil and dirt and then dried for 24-72 hours in a drying chamber at 40-50[degrees]C to remove water content from the plant.
Thirty-eight wild C. dactylon accessions used in this study were sampled from Sichuan Province, Chongqing municipality, Yunnan Province, Guizhou Province, and Tibet Autonomous Region in Southwestern China between years 2011 and 2012.
Naturally growing plants of C. dactylon were collected from Sribuabarn Subdistrict, Muang District of Lumphun Province, Thailand, from June to July 2011.
Therefore, the purpose of this experiment was comparing the effects of bermuda grass (C. dactylon L.) and field bindweed (C.
transvaalensis and its relatedness to hexaploid C. dactylon (Wu et al., 2005).
The mean dry weight biomass of C. dactylon was 2.8 kg/[m.sup.2] (s.d.
corniculatus [++] 3.0 [+ or -] 0.52 (n = 20)[++] C. dactylon 1.0 [+ or -] 0.1 (n=54)a [+] 8.0 [+ or -] 0.5 (n = 40) b D.
By contrast, the faeces of older (fourth and fifth instar) nymphs contained a wide variety of species including Ficus carica (30%), Phoenix dactyfera (18%) Punica granatum (10%), Olea europea (8%) as well as C. dactylon (8%) (Fig.
The predominant Cynodon is bermudagrass, which is represented by two main taxa, C. dactylon var.
CYNODON TRANSVAALENSIS (African bermudagrass) is valued as turf and for use in interspecific hybridization with C. dactylon var.
Traditional breeding is a viable means of capitalizing on existing natural variation, as exemplified by `Midiron', `Midlawn', and `Midfield', all interspecific [F.sub.1] hybrids of winter hardy C. dactylon and C.