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woodrush

(ˈwʊdˌrʌʃ)
n
(Plants) any of various juncaceous plants of the genus Luzula, chiefly of cold and temperate regions of the N hemisphere, having grasslike leaves and small brown flowers
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CLUSTER 4 corresponds to high-cover grasslands characterized by Sesleria caerulea, Luzula pediformis, Polygonum viviparum and a total of 28 diagnostic (species (Table 1).
En estas cienegas de bajios inundables son comunes especies de los generos Carex, Cyperus, Eleocharis, Eryngium, Equisetum, Juncus, Luzula, Agrostis, Mimulus, Hydrocotyle, asi como Chromolepis heterophylla.
Luzula multi flora (Retz.) Lej.; Common Wood Rush; South-facing woodland slope; Infrequent; C = 6; BSUH 13431.
Other genera commonly found in the cheek pouches of males were Luzula, Carex, Ranunculus, Potentilla, Cerastium, Draba, Cardamine, and Eutrema.
Kadashan Depositional Bar 2: Equisetum arvense, 18.5%; Rubus spectabilis, 11.0%; Elymus hirsutus, 10.0%; Aconitum delphiniifolium, 9.5%; Racomitrium aciculare, 8.6%; Agrostis exarata, 8.5%; Carex aquatilis, 7.7%; Aruncus sylvester, 5.9%; Poa arctica, 3.6%; Plagiomnium insigne, 3.2%; Torreyochloa pallida, 2.4%; Montia parvifolia, 2.2%; Epilobium latifolium, 2.2%; Luzula parviflora, 1.5%; Ribes bracteosum, 1.1%.
A continuacion se mencionan las especies diagnosticas: Aa mathewsii, Luzula racemosa, Oxalis nubigena, Poa candamoana y Stellaria cuspidata.
The species that presented an aggregated distribution in at least 50% of the observations were Nardus stricta, Minairtia recurva, Luzula hispanica, Thymus praecox, Jurinea humilis and Rumex acetosella.
Herbaceous plants that are nearly unique to the Chinkapin Slope include Aureolaria virginica, Carex pennsylvanica, Delphinium tricorne, Dodecatheon meadia, Heuchera americana, Luzula multiflora, Muhlenbergia tenuiflora, Ranunculus micranthus, and Trillium nivale.
Juncaceae 1: Rostkovia to Luzula, Species Plantarum: Flora of the World Part 6: 1-237.
Holocentry had previously been identified in the chromosomes of the Juncaceae (in Luzula DC.; De Castro, 1950; La Cour, 1952), the family sister to the Cyperaceae.
Seeds determined to be of the family Juncaceae, possibly Luzula spicata, were also present in similar numbers.