Group A was primarily comprised of 42 clones from all Q-series, all CP-, HoCP-, or LCP-series, all YT-series and three Erianthus
arundinaceus F4 innovative parental clones, etc.
Poales: Poaceae) (NPCS Board of Consultants & Engineers 2007: under the synonymous name of Erianthus
Due to the low stocking rate, the area had a predominance of Erianthus
angustifolius until 1970.
Decomposition and CO2 evolution from standing litter of the emergent macrophyte Erianthus
nummularia, Eleusine compressa, Erianthus
sp, Calotropis procera, Dalbergia sissoo, Panicum antidotale, and Saccharum spp.
A Clark, Paspalum notatum Flugge, Andropogon lateralis Nees (touceiras pastejadas e nao-pastejadas), Paspalum plicatulum Michx, Erianthus
angustifolius Michx e Aristida laevis (Nees) Kunth.
A ministry panel recommended the same day that Japan be able to produce at least 100,000 to 200,000 kiloliters of biofuels annually from grass plants, such as Erianthus
and sugarcane, at a cost of 40 yen per liter by adopting innovative technologies.
Our sample includes only two Chorotypid genera, Erucius and Erianthus
, and these, as expected, group as a clade, confirming the morphological evidence that their two subfamilies (Eruciinae and Erianthinae) are related.
Saccharum officinarum, however, is believed to have evolved through hybridization of species such as Erianthus
Among the short perennial grasses on we may cite: Aristida mendocina, Chloris castilloniana, Digitaria californica, Elymus erianthus
, Munroa mendocina, etc.
Equisetaceae Floyd, Weatherhold 845 Erianthus
alopecuroides Poaceae Harrison, R.