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Related to Scirpus: Scirpus cyperinus
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Noun1.Scirpus - rhizomatous perennial grasslike herbsScirpus - rhizomatous perennial grasslike herbs
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Cyperaceae, family Cyperaceae, sedge family - bulrush; chufa; cotton grass; papyrus; umbrella plant
hardstem bulrush, hardstemmed bulrush, Scirpus acutus - widely distributed North American sedge having rigid olive green stems
Scirpus cyperinus, wool grass - sedge of eastern North America having numerous clustered woolly spikelets
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Scirpeae appears to form a grade consisting of three separate lineages: a Calliscirpus lineage (BP 97%, BS 100%, PP 1.00), a Trichophorum clade consisting of Cypringlea + Oreobolopsis + Trichophorum (BP 62%, BS 76%, PP 0.94), and a clade consisting of the Scirpus Clade (Eriophorum + Scirpus) sister to the Zameioscirpus clade (Amphiscirpus + Phylloscirpus + Rhodoscirpus + Zameioscirpus) (BP 67%, BS 84%, PP 0.98).
Degradation of diesel-originated pollutants in wetlands by Scirpus triqueter and microorganisms.
This drainage and its attendant cienega support Olney Bulrush (Scirpus olneyi), cattails (Typha sp.), sedges (Cyperus sp.), bulrush (Scirpus sp.), and Common Reed (Phragmites australis).
Majrashi et al.[17] reported that the clonal growth patterns, mortality number, plant height and flower number of Scirpus grossus varied with different soils.
Na mare baixa, encontra-se o pratura, graminea do genero Spartina, assim como algumas ciperaceas (generos Scirpus, Eleocharis, Crenea) que podem estar associadas ao manguezal (SILVA; BERNINI; CARMO, 2005; MENEZES; BERGER; MEHLIG, 2008).
Otras especies presentes: Tessaria integrifolia y Scirpus americanus.
It is about 8 Poaceae which are quoted certain species frequently ingested: Hordeum murinum and Poa annua, 1 Typhacee Typha latifolia and 1 Cyperacees Scirpus sp, followed by family of Iridaceae represented by Iris pseudacurus, and family of Plantaginaceae by Plantago crasiifolia.