Lolium temulentum

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Related to Lolium temulentum: Lolium multiflorum, darnel
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Noun1.Lolium temulentum - weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated landLolium temulentum - weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous
rye grass, ryegrass - any of several annual or perennial Eurasian grasses
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Nine types of medicinal plants were collected from different locations as following: Euphorbia hirta (EH), Lolium temulentum (LT), Minuartia cumberlandensis (MC),Polygonum plebeium (PP), Silene rubella (SR) Gemellina hystrix (GH) were collected from Tanta region.
Yiftusira said: "The wheat seed we used to buy in the market contained tare (Lolium temulentum), which would affect the growth and the quality of the crop.
TaHd1 (Triticum aestivum), LtCO (Lolium temulentum), ZmCO1 (Zea mays), and other CONSTANS homologs of Gramineae plants clustered together.
Con otros grupos de herbicidas tambien se ha observado que altos indices de resistencia estan relacionados con modificaciones en el sitio activo, tal como se encontro en Lolium temulentum (L.) proveniente de Arkansas, EEUU, con resistencia a herbicidas inhibidores de la enzima acetil coenzima A carboxilasa (ACCasa; Kuk et al., 2000).
Johns' Wort (Hypericum perforatum), buckwheat (Fagopyrum sagittatum), spring parsley (Cymopterus watsonii), Bishopsweed (Ammi majus), darnel or cockle (Lolium temulentum) contaminated by Cladosporium herbarum or other fungal-contaminated plants.
There is interest in their capacity to behave as diploidizing agents for chromosome pairing in certain alopolyploid hybrids, such as Lolium temulentum x Lolium perenne hybrids (JENKINS, 1986; JONES et al., 2008), and their influence on recombination through the modulation of chiasma frequency and distribution in the A chromosome (e.
Anther culture of Lolium temulentum, Festuca pratensis and Lolium x Festuca hybrids.
And there's a plant, Lolium temulentum, that looks like wheat and knows how to camouflage itself in with it.