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Biomass responses of two Agropyron spp. in the presence of winter fat(Ceratoides lanata(Pursh.) JT Howell) on disturbed soils.
Two grasses, Agropyron smithii and A. inerme , were planted in a seed mixture with Ceratoides lanata in 1977 on two soil disturbances. These grasses were selected to test their responses to the presence of C. lanata . Biomass of leaf, stem, crown and roots were measured for each grass alone, with other plants of the same species, and with C. lanata as nearest neighbor. Total non-structural carbohydrates were determined for all biomass samples. A. smithii produced the lowest amounts of stem and root biomass when grown in close association with another A. smithii plant. In contrast, this species produced the most shallow-root (0-20 cm) biomass when closely associated with C. lanata. A. inerme leaf biomass was lowest...
Relationship between ecophysiology, indigenous microflora and growth of Listeria monocytogenes in grass silage
Tibetan alpine tundra responses to simulated changes in climate: Aboveground biomass and community responses
Plant communities and species richness of the Agrostis lachnantha-Eragrostis plana wetlands of northern KwaZulu-Natal
Role of the Sahelian biosphere on the water and the CO sub(2) cycle during the HAPEX-Sahel experiment
Runoff and erosion from a mosaic tobosagrass and burrograss community in the northern Chihuahuan Desert grassland
Response of shoal grass, Halodule wrightii, to extreme winter conditions in the Lower Laguna Madre, Texas
Vegetative Regeneration of Panicum racemosum from Rhizome Fragments on Southern Brazilian Coastal Dunes
Long-term influences of shrub removal and lagomorph exclusion on Chihuahuan Desert vegetation dynamics
Short-term responses of plants and invertebrates to experimental small-scale grassland fragmentation
Effects of Common Reed (Phragmites australis) Invasion on Marsh Surface Macrofauna: Response of Fishes and Decapod Crustaceans
Response to ammonium and nitrate by a mycorrhizal annual invasive grass and native shrub in southern California
Differential invasion of a wetland grass explained by tests of nutrients and light availability on establishment and clonal growth.