Bromus inermis

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Noun1.Bromus inermis - drought-resistant perennial with awns lacking or very short and long creeping rhizomesBromus inermis - drought-resistant perennial with awns lacking or very short and long creeping rhizomes; Europe and temperate Asia
brome, bromegrass - any of various woodland and meadow grasses of the genus Bromus; native to temperate regions
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Penthorum sedoides Conyza canadensis Blephilia ciliata Populus deltoides Dadylis glomerata * Bromus inermis * Salix sp.
Mediante esta tecnica, se puedo diferenciar la diversidad genetica en la especie Leucaena (29) y se caracterizaron las fracciones de proteinas de las hojas de Panicum virgatum, Andropogon gerardii y Bromus inermis, que no fueron degradadas en rumen; el analisis de los geles indico tres fracciones de 24, 26 y 56 kDa.
Grasses with the highest frequency are Bromus inermis, Muhlenbergia schreberi, Panicum capillare, Poa pratensis, and Setaria faheri.
Other invasive or weedy plants included Bromus arvensis, Bromus inermis, Cynoglossum officinale, Dianthus armeria, Leucanthemum vulgare, Poa bulbosa, Potentilla recta, Rumex acetosella, Tragopogon dubius, and Ventenata dubia.
Nelson, Festuca idahoensis, Solidago multiradiata Aiton, Lupinus argenteus Pursh, and Bromus inermis.
Benddict discovered that Bromus inermis roots can decrease the growth of its plantlets.
The dominant grasses associated with the buckbrush are Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass) and Bromus inermis (smooth brome).
amp; Schultes and Bromus inermis Leyss have been introduced to Iran, but they are widely distributed and have been found for than more 50 years in Iran.
Relationship between N application rate and herbage DM yield Y represents herbage DM yield (kg/ha); X represents N application rate (kg/ha) Linear regression Grass mixtures Year equation R n P Bromus inermis + Elymus 1998 Y = 1.
Giant-reed, elephant grass Bromus catharticus Vahl Bromegrass, rescue grass Bromus inermis Leyss.
Dominant exotics grasses include Bromus inermis, Poa pratensis, and Schedonorus phoenix.
Along with Canada goldenrod, the Eurasian, cool-season grasses were important components of the successional old-field with Phleum pratense (timothy), Bromus inermis (awnless brome), and Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass) being the most common.