Gutierrezia


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Noun1.Gutierrezia - sticky perennial herbs and subshrubs of western North America and warm South AmericaGutierrezia - sticky perennial herbs and subshrubs of western North America and warm South America
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
aster family, Asteraceae, Compositae, family Asteraceae, family Compositae - plants with heads composed of many florets: aster; daisy; dandelion; goldenrod; marigold; lettuces; ragweed; sunflower; thistle; zinnia
matchbush, matchweed - any of several plants of the genus Gutierrezia having tiny flower heads that resemble the heads of matches
broom snakeroot, broom snakeweed, Gutierrezia sarothrae, rabbitweed, rabbit-weed, snakeweed, turpentine weed - low-growing sticky subshrub of southwestern United States having narrow linear leaves on many slender branches and hundreds of tiny yellow flower heads
broomweed, broom-weed, Gutierrezia texana - annual of southwestern United States having rigid woody branches with sticky foliage and yellow flowers
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De acuerdo a la relacion con otras especies, Amoreuxia wrightii se asocio con especies pioneras que emergen despues de un disturbio, con el dominio de especies de herbaceas y pastos como Gutierrezia sarothrae (Pursh) Britton & Rusby, Gymnosperma glutinosum (Spreng.) Less., Parthenium hysterophorus L., Aristida purpurea Nutt., Panicum obtusum Kunth y Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.; asi como arbustos de porte bajo como Acacia amentacea, Acacia berlandieri Benth.
S N 4504 [Philadelphia fleabane] Gutierrezia dracunculoides (DC) B, Ha N 4522 Torr.
Common shrubs include a variety of yucca Yucca spp., prickly pear Opuntia spp., mormon tea Ephedra spp., tarbush Flourensia cernua, snakeweed Gutierrezia spp., creosote bush Larrera tridentata and honey mesquite Prosopis glandulosa; forbs included spiny golden aster Xanthisma spinulosum, Tahoka daisy Machaeranthera tanacetifolia, field bahia Bahia absinthifolia, globemallow Sphaeralcea spp.
Apocynaceae M latifolia Millettia pinnata Fabaceae L Millettia pinnata Fabaceae L Neorautanenia Fabaceae W 28 amboensis Tephrosia purpurea Fabaceae P Amorpha fruticosa Fabaceae L Piscidia erythrina Fabaceae T 29 Gymnadenia conopsea Orchidaceae M Bletilla striata Orchidaceae M 30 Taiwania Cupressaceae T cryptomerioides Chamaecyparis Cupressaceae T formosensis Cryptomeria japonica Cupressaceae T 31 Gutierrezia microcephala Asteraceae P Saussurea lappa Asteraceae M Artemisia spp.
Bionomics of Carmenta haematica (Ureta) (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) which attacks snakeweeds (Gutierrezia spp.) in Argentina.
Gutierrezia sarothrae, Bouteloua gracilis, and Hilaria jamesii were also negatively correlated with axis one (r = -0.71, -0.69, and -0.63, respectively).
Especies de otros generos de asteraceas tambien han sido mencionadas por su toxicidad para el hombre y los animales; entre ellos destacan los siguientes: Ambrosia, Anthemis, Arnica, Artemisia, Aster, Baileya, Barkleyanthus, Bidens, Cirsium, Conyza, Chromolaena, Elephantopus, Geigeria, Gutierrezia, Haplopappus, Helenium, Iva, Lactuca, Leucanthemum, Ligularia, Lygodesmia, Mikania, Packera, Parthenium, Pittocaulon, Psacalium, Psilostrophe, Rudbeckia, Sigesbeckia, Solidago, Sommerfeltia, Sonchus, Tagetes, Tanacetum, Telanthophora, Tetradymia, Trixis, Vernonia, Zexmenia, etc.
(17) Asteraceae Gnaphalium yalaense Cabrera (1) Asteraceae Gutierrezia repens Griseb.
understory plants included a thin mantle of dry grasses, Broom snakeweed (Gutierrezia sarothrae), Graham's Mimosa (Mimosa grahamii), and a scattering of Palmer's century Plant (Agave palmeri); cholla cactus (Cylindropuntia sp.), Rainbow cactus (Echinocereus pectinatus), Pancake Nipple cactus (Mammillaria heyderi gummifera), and prickly pear cactus (Platyopuntia sp.) (Tom Van Devender pers comm., USDA 2012).
& Sesee ex DC.) Coville), woody snakeweeds (Gutierrezia spp.), honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa Torrey), and tarbush (Flourencia cernua DC.).
A greater effect on the plant population has also been found for the terrestrial grasshopper Hesperotettix viridis, which can reduce up to 75% of the biomass of the shrub Gutierrezia sarothrae (Compositae) with a density of 5 individuals per plant (Thompson et al.