Schizachyrium scoparium


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Noun1.Schizachyrium scoparium - handsome hardy North American grass with foliage turning pale bronze in autumnSchizachyrium scoparium - handsome hardy North American grass with foliage turning pale bronze in autumn
broom grass - any of several grasses of the genus Andropogon; used in broom making
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Because of the exposure and topography, the plant species occupying loess hill prairies are typical of drier grasslands with Sorghastrum nutans, Schizachyrium scoparium, and Bouteloua curtipendula being common (Anderson, 1972; Nelson, 1985).
Morphologic and allozymic variation between long-term grazed and non-grazed populations of the bunchgrass Schizachyrium scoparium var.
In the Chocolocco WMA, its host plants are grasses: little bluestem, Schizachyrium scoparium (Michx.
Methofurans from Calamintha ashei: Effects on Schizachyrium scoparium and Lactuca sativa, Phytochemistry.
Nymphs and adults also were collected from little bluestem, Schizachyrium scoparium, and nymphs were collected from the grasses Andropogon ternarius Michx.
Usually each of the nine fields was planted to Sorghastrum nutans and either Andropogon gerardii or Schizachyrium scoparium as a second native grass species (Simpson & Esker 1997).
Competition between Schizachyrium scoparium and Prosopis glandulosa.
For example, high root densities allowed nutrient exploitation in Schizachyrium scoparium under very low soil nutrient concentrations (Wedin and Tilman, 1993).
The grasses Schizachyrium scoparium and Tridens flavus and the forbs Rudbeckia amplexicaulis, R.
The tallgrass prairie is dominated by Andropogon gerardii (big bluestem), Schizachyrium scoparium (little bluestem), Sorghastrum nutans (Indiangrass), Panicum virgatum (switchgrass), and various forbs.
This old field (Field B of Tilman 1987) is dominated by native prairie plants, including the grasses Andropogon gerardi, Schizachyrium scoparium, Poa pratensis, Cyperus sp.