Setaria viridis


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Noun1.Setaria viridis - European foxtail naturalized in North AmericaSetaria viridis - European foxtail naturalized in North America; often a troublesome weed
foxtail, foxtail grass - grasses of the genera Alopecurus and Setaria having dense silky or bristly brushlike flowering spikes
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elev., 21.xi.2016 Setaria viridis (Green Foxtail); 3, Kamrial (Attock): (N33Adeg54.762 E72Adeg28.237), 1846ft.
The Helianthus annus/weeds community in the study plot was characterized by the Setaria species dominance (Setaria viridis plus Setaria verticillata) and a group of co-dominant species all within the taxonomical group of Poaceae which was the most represented family and contributed up 37% of total species richness (Madanes, 1999).
Green bristle grass (Setaria viridis), yellow bristle grass (Setaria pumila), and cockspur (Echinochloa grus-galli) do not belong to the original Finnish flora.
The selected plants are commonly used to protect the subgrade slopes of roads, and the four plants used in this study in geographical order from north to south are as follows: Setaria viridis, Eleusine indica, Zoysia japonica, and Carex leucochlora.
Setaria viridis is a summer annual that branches at the base to form a small tuft of leafy culms.
Similar results were demonstrated in Brachiaria decumbens, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, Echinochloa crus-galliand Setaria viridis plants, which exhibited stomata on both leaf surfaces (Grangeot et al., 2006; Sanyal et al., 2006; Marques et al., 2012).
Gramineae Triarrhena sacchariflora (Maxim.) Nakai Gramineae Setaria viridis (L.) Beauv.
Department of Energy (DOE) awarded a five year, $12.1 million grant to researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and their collaborators at the Carnegie Institution for Science, the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, the University of Minnesota and Washington State University to develop a new model plant system, Setaria viridis, to advance bioenergy grasses as a sustainable source of renewable fuels.
However, Convolvulus arvensis, Cynodon dactylon, Agropyron repenc, Chenopodium album and Setaria viridis were the most commonly occurring species, dominating the weed population in the experimental site (Table 8).
The species in autumn pasture were: Batrachium bungei, Potentilla anserine, Kobresia pygmaea, Setaria viridis, Carex qinghaiensis, Triglochin palustre.
ABSTRACT.--Taxonomists describe panicles of green and yellow foxtail (Setaria viridis (L.) and S.