Juncus


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juncus

(ˈdʒʌŋkəs)
n
(Botany) any rush of the genus Juncus
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Noun1.juncus - type genus of the JuncaceaeJuncus - type genus of the Juncaceae; perennial tufted glabrous marsh plants of temperate regions: rushes
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
family Juncaceae, Juncaceae, rush family - tufted herbs resembling grasses: rushes
common rush, Juncus effusus, soft rush, bullrush, bulrush - tall rush with soft erect or arching stems found in Eurasia, Australia, New Zealand, and common in North America
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The habitat of the lake can be divided into three types open water with typha and Juncus on the edge; swampy area dominated by Tamarix; and surrounding rice fields with predominant Juncus.
At some points the tailings surface supports sparse, natural colonisation by Juncus pallidus R.
saxatilis, Lotus parviflorus, Crassula vaillantii, Illecebrum verticillatum, Plantago coronopus, Juncus capitatus, J.
Dominant plants at this location were Epilobium ciliatum (willow-herb), Erigeron [Conyza] canadensis (horseweed), and Juncus spp.
La publicacion de Mexico's Juncaceer (Liebmann, 1850) requiere una especial consideracion ya que incluyo la descripcion de cinco especies nuevas de Juncus y Luzula en Mexico e informacion de otras descritas previamente (Buchenau, 1873).
El estrato herbaceo ocupa el espacio remanente entre las matas de pastos altos y arbustos y aparece dominado por pastos de menor porte como Axonopus fissifolius y Paspalum nicorae y por Juncus microcephalus.
2012) Phytoremediation potential of Juncus subsecundus in soil contaminated with cadmium and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).
Adoption , improvement and protection of all the humid habitats with Ulex minor, Molinia caerulea and Erica ciliaris; and with Cheirolophus uliginosus, Pinguicula lusitanica, Erica erigena, Fuirena pubescens and Juncus rugosus;
For example, for somatic chromosome count 2n=5 (Sharma, 1970) in Juncus effitsus L.
A second male was later found, sheltering in the lee side of a clump of bulrush Juncus sp.
Soil-based compost was used in our study as peat-based compost may introduce contaminant seedlings, particularly rush Juncus spp.