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Synonyms for caespitose

(of plants) growing in small dense clumps or tufts

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Plant mass formed by entangled filaments, caespitose, yellowish to yellowish brown; main filament and branches distinct; main filaments with up to four rows of cells, 56.087.4 [micro]m wide; branches 24.0-44.0 [micro]m wide; sheath thick, yellowish to yellowish brown; cells hemispherical to rounded, sometimes grouped forming "packs", 7.2-16.0 [micro]m long, 6.4-12.0 [micro]m wide; cell content granulated, bluegreen; heterocytes hemispherical, lateral, 7.212.0 [micro]m long, 3.2-11.2 [micro]m wide; homorgones terminal in the branches, short, 16.0-32.0 [micro]m long, 6.9-12.0 [micro]m wide.
Nassella pulchra is a caespitose, nonrhizomatous, long-lived species (Bartolome and Gemmill 1981) and was probably much more abundant in many California grasslands prior to European settlement.
Brachypodium sylvaticum is a perennial, caespitose grass of the tribe Triticeae (Clayton and Renvoize 1986), which is native to temperate Eurasia but has also been introduced to other parts of the world (e.g., North America).
For each species the following characteristics were determined: physical habitat (terrestrial or epipetric), ecological habit (transient or resident) and the biological forms: herbaceous (erect, rhizomatous, creeping, rosulate, and caespitose), shrubby (erect, scandent and rosulate), arboreal, climber, and accidental herbaceous (rosulate), according to Mueller-Dombois & Ellenberg (1974).
Elephant grass is a caespitose plant, and some types of this grass produce a large amount of aerial tillers.
Astrocaryum jauari is a large riparian caespitose palm that produces several stems from its base; it is commonly found along most rivers of the Amazon basin.
Epiphytic, caespitose, erect herb, to 11 cm in tall (including the inflorescence).
The habits considered were caespitose, herbaceous and arborescent (including subarborescent).
+ Especies de Teesdaliopsio-Luzulion caespitose Teesdaliopsis-conferta 1 + + + Festuca eskia + 2 1 2 Scorzoneroides cantabrica .
Busso CA, Mueller RJ, Richards, JH (1989) Effects of drought and defoliation on bud viability in two caespitose grasses.
Elymus caninus is a green, lax-leafed, caespitose, self-pollinating (Jensen et al., 1990) species distributed in forest regions throughout Europe and eastward to Afghanistan (Hubbard, 1968).
In addition to these primary producers, coral reefs are home to many other types of algae: lowly inconspicuous caespitose algae, endolithic algae hidden within the coral skeleton, calcareous hermatypic red algae, calcifying green algae, as well as many seaweeds attached to bare rock or dead coral on the reef.
Clonal biology of the temperate, caespitose, graminoid Schizachyrium scoparium: a synthesis with reference to climate change.
Dioecious, small shrub, 10-15 cm tall, caespitose, grayish aspect.