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Noun1.Muhlenbergia - a genus of grasses of the family Gramineae grown in America and AsiaMuhlenbergia - a genus of grasses of the family Gramineae grown in America and Asia
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
family Graminaceae, family Gramineae, family Poaceae, Graminaceae, Gramineae, grass family, Poaceae - the grasses: chiefly herbaceous but some woody plants including cereals; bamboo; reeds; sugar cane
Muhlenbergia schreberi, nimble Will, nimblewill - slender branching American grass of some value for grazing in central United States
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Other prairie grasses that were rarely encountered included Sporobolus heterolepis (prairie dropseed), Elymus virginicus (Virginia wild rye), Elymus canadensis (nodding wild rye), Muhlenbergia frondosa (Satin grass), and Panicum virgatum (switch grass).
The Cuban unispecific genus Lepturidium (Poaceae) follows a similar pattern as it is sister to the Mulhlenbergiinae (Poaceae) [-176 species in a single genus, Muhlenbergia (Poaceae)] (Peterson et al.
Floristic composition and species richness of subtropical seasonally wet Muhlenbergia sericea prairie in portions of central and south Florida.
Muhly grass, known as Muhlenbergia Capillaries, is a common ornamental grass that adds vibrant color to a property and can survive with limited moisture.
especially bushii and hirsutella), Gymnopogon ambiguus, Muhlenbergia capillaris and Scleria spp.
At least five species have their entire current Canadian range on Pelee Island (Blephilia ciliata, Carex leavenworthii, Muhlenbergia sobolifera, Triosteum angustifoliurn and Viola rafinesquii) and several others, mostly or entirely on the Erie Islands (e.
Muhlenbergia schreberi (nimblewill) from the Stones River National Battlefield was germinated and grown from March to June 2005 in the Middle Tennessee State University greenhouse.
The fall is when Muhlenbergia capillaris puts on a real show with flowers that look like a purple cloud from far away, giving a spectacular fall color show.
Species richness was greatest in the native Muhlenbergia habitat (three species) and least in the non-native King Ranch bluestem habitat (one species).
A Not infested Dicoria canescens A Not infested Erioneuron pluchellum HP Not infested Malacothrix glabrata A Not infested Muhlenbergia porteri HP Not infested Oryzopsis hymenoides HP 8.
Grasses with the highest frequency are Bromus inermis, Muhlenbergia schreberi, Panicum capillare, Poa pratensis, and Setaria faheri.