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cha·mise

 (chə-mēz′) also cha·mi·so (-mē′sō)
n. pl. cha·mi·ses also cha·mi·sos
An evergreen shrub (Adenostoma fasciculatum) in the rose family, native to California and Baja California, having small needlelike leaves in fascicles and clusters of small white flowers.

[Spanish chamisa, from Galician chamiça, dry brush, firewood, from chama, flame, from Latin flamma; see flame.]

chamiso

(ʃəˈmiːsəʊ)
n
an evergreen shrub with yellow-green flowers native to the western United States
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Seedlings of a variety of halophytic marsh species including Suaeda esteroa, estuary seablite, and Salicornia bigelovii, dwarf pickleweed, and a variety of coastal sage scrub species like Atriplex canescens, four-wing salt bush, have been successfully grown in greenhouses and transplanted for restoration purposes (Zedler 2001, Francis 2009).
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They are Nerium oleander (Oleander) and its dwarf forms, Thevetia peruviana (Yellow oleander), Atriplex halimus Mediterranean saltbush), Atriplex canescens (Four-wing saltbush), Caesalpinia pulcherrima (Dwarf Poinciana or Pride of Barbados) and Tecoma stans (Yellow trumpet bush).
stricta, Hilaria mutica, Eragrostis obtusiflora, Muhlenbergia repens, Panicum obtusum, Scleropogon brevifolius y Sporobolus pulvinatus, ademas de otros elementos herbaceos y arbustivos como Atriplex canescens, Condalia ericoides, Flourensia cernua, Gutierrezia microcephala, Koeberlinia spinosa, Larrea tridentata y Salsola tragus.
Effects of soil salt levels on the growth and water use efficiency of Atriplex canescens (Chenopodiaceae) varietes in drying soil.
Atriplex canescens (Chenopodiaceae) is a large wind pollinated shrub that inhabits the foothills, dry stream beds, and sandy habitats of the Great Basin and adjacent areas (Freeman and McArthur, 1989).
11 4,44 1,83 5,29 Mimosa setuliseta 12 3,20 1,32 5,77 Atriplex canescens 14 3,37 16,21 6,73 Cylindropuntia imbricata 19 6,54 2,69 9,13 Cylindropuntia leptocaulis 12 0,34 0,14 5,77 Opuntia rastrera 35 91,35 37,62 16,83 Opuntia microdasys 9 0,81 0,33 4,33 Agave asperrima 6 8,12 3,34 2,88 Agave striata 3 2,14 0,88 1,44 Suma 208 206,82 100 100 Especie F F% VIR Flourensia cernua 0,80 13,79 9,80 Larrea tridentata 1,00 17,24 17,10 Fouquieria splendens 0,20 3,45 5,09 Acacia berlandieri 0,20 3,45 3,21 Acacia constricta 0,20 3,45 1,87 Acacia crassifolia 0,20 3,45 3,60 Mimosa sp.
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