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Noun1.Agrostis - annual or perennial grasses cosmopolitan in northern hemisphere: bent grass (so named from `bent' meaning an area of unfenced grassland)Agrostis - annual or perennial grasses cosmopolitan in northern hemisphere: bent grass (so named from `bent' meaning an area of unfenced grassland)
plant genus - a genus of plants
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
bent grass, bent-grass, bent - grass for pastures and lawns especially bowling and putting greens
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The clay sub-surface soils at the site have impeded permeability, and vegetation in the base of the depression consists largely of the introduced Carpet Bentgrass Agrostis stolonifera, Weeping Grass Microlaena stipoides, Broom Rush Juncus sarophorus and club-sedge Isolepis sp.
Among the best are some of the bents (agrostis), cocksfoot, false brome, fescues and meadow grasses.
The landmark papers "Evolution in closely adjacent plant populations" (Antonovics, 2006 and references therein) focused on the evolution of metal tolerance in the grasses Anthoxanthum odoratum and Agrostis tenuis on mine tailings in Europe.
Los estudios de dieta de esta especie en Puno, Tacna y Moquegua (la presente investigacion) coinciden en especies como Oxychloe andina, Hypochaeris taraxacoides, Distichia muscoides, Poa spp, Agrostis sp., Calamagrostis spp.
Pooideae Brachypodium 1 spp., Bromus 6 [29 generos, 136 spp., Melica 1 spp., Triniochloa 1 spp.] spp., Agrostis 7 spp., Alopecurus 2 spp., Anthoxantum 1 spp., Avena 3 spp., Calamagrostis 20 spp., Dactylis 1 spp., Dielsiochloa 1 spp., Festuca 25 spp., Koeleria 2 spp., Lolium 1 spp., Poidium 1 spp., Polypogon 2 spp., Trisetum 3 spp., Poa 30 spp., Vulpia 3 spp., Aciachne 2 spp., Anatherostipa 1 spp., Jarava 4 spp., Nassella 8 spp., Orthachne 1 spp., Piptochaetium 1 spp., Elymus 1 spp., Hordeum 1spp., Secale 1 spp.,
Alongside the already dominating Phragmites, a remarkable increase was observed in the frequency of Phalaris arundinacea, Glyceria maxima, Sium latifolium, Agrostis stolonifera, and Rorippa amphibia.
Nonnative species are indicated by an * Aboveground and Aboveground only Seed bank only seed bank Acer saccharinum Aristida oligantha Abutilon theophrasti * Achillea Capsella Acalypha rhomboidea millefolium * bursa-pastoris * Agalinis auriculata Cardamine hirsuta * Agrostis gigantea * Agalinis tenuifolia Carex tribuloides Amaranthus tuberculatus Agrimonia Cyperus esculentus Ambrosia parviflora artemisifolia Agrimonia pubescens Cyperus strigosus Ambrosia trifida Allium cemuum Descurainia sophia * Barbarea vulgaris * Andropogon gerardii Dicanthelium Bras sica sp.
The grasses included Agrostis munroana (bentgrass), Agrostis vinealis (brown bentgrass), Apluda mutica (Mauritian grass), Aristida adscensionis (common needle grass) and meadow grass Poa spp.
The genus Agrostis, commonly known as the bentgrasses, is an extremely diverse and highly outcrossing genus.
Indeed, the reviewer, probably John Templeton, another of the natural leaders circle, attacked Richardson for his refusal to use the universally recognized scientific Linnaean description of the grass as Agrostis stolonifera.