Graminaceous

Gram´i`na´ceous


a.1.Pertaining to, or resembling, the grasses; gramineous; as, graminaceous plants.
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The natural vegetation is graminaceous grassland developed under a humid and warm-temperate climate with a mean annual rainfall ranging between 500 mm in the west to 1200 mm in the east and a mean temperature ranging between 14[degrees]C in the south to 23[degrees]C in the north.
Moreover, plant secondary metabolites are largely absent from graminaceous species but are generally abundant in forbs and especially browse species (Harborne 1988).
Wheat dwarf virus, a geminivirus of graminaceous plants needs splicing for replication.
Hartley, "Occurrence and nature of ferulic acid substitution of cell-wall polysaccharides in graminaceous plants," Carbohydrate Research, vol.
Infestations are particularly severe where two crops of rice are taken in a year, or where graminaceous weeds are abundant between two rice crops.
Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is indigenous to Africa and occurs on graminaceous crops (sugarcane, maize and sorghum) and on several wild grasses and sedges (Conlong 1994a, b, c).
The values for WCC are typical of graminaceous plants, with high WSC levels, a high moisture content and a low CP content.
In this research, attention is given to graminaceous plants particular to Lithuania (Braduliene, Vasarevicius 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014).
If nothing is done, the little bushland disappear, revealing a graminaceous steppe with a glaring lack of forest resources.
Aphidiid parasitoids (Hymenoptera; Aphidiidae) of graminaceous aphids in Garhwal, of Western Himalayas.
NISHIZAWA for "Clarification of Molecular Mechanisms Involved in Iron Nutrition of Graminaceous Plants and Its Application to Crop Breeding" (Joint Research)