Zoysia japonica


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Noun1.Zoysia japonica - lawn grass common in China and Japan; grown also in United States
zoysia - any of several creeping grasses of the genus Zoysia
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A hiking path crossed the meadow and each side of the trail was covered with a 1-m wide band of Zoysia japonica. To determine microhabitat segregation among the three species, we used a modified point-sampling technique (Joern 1982).
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.
(2013) reported that Ca could improve the photosynthetic rate of zoysiagrass (Zoysia japonica Steud.) under drought conditions.
Foram considerados quatro tipos de cobertura telha de fibrocimento de 6 mm (Tfib), telha reciclada (6 mm), composta por 75% de polimeros e 25% de aluminio (Trec), telhado verde, grama, Zoysia japonica (Tgra) e telhado verde, amendoim, Arachis repens (Tame), com quatro repeticoes cada um totalizando 16 modelos em escala reduzida e distorcida, dispostos aleatoriamente (Figura 1).
Putting greens have 'Dominant' creeping bentgrass, whereas 'El Toro' zoysiagrass (Zoysia japonica Steud), and 'Tifway' bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon L.
Collar with long hairs; Japanese lawngrass ligule a fringe of hairs; (Zoysia japonica) blades 2 to 5 mm wide; rhizomes ii.
(Seoul, Korea) has patented an efficient genetic transformation system for the zoysiagrass plant (Zoysia japonica Steud.).
`J-36' Japanese zoysiagrass (Zoysia japonica Wild.) (Reg.
1930: Zoysia japonica, the forerunner of today's Meyer Z-52, is imported from Korea by the U.S.
Stenotaphrum secundatum Augustinegrass (Walt.) Kuntze Poaceae 'Meyer' Zoysiagrass Zoysia japonica Steud Poaceae 'Cavalier' Zoysiagrass Zoysia matrella (L.) Merr.
Foi utilizada a especie Zoysia japonica Steud., conhecida como grama esmeralda, que tem habito de crescimento rizomatoso e, portanto, pode ser colhida em area total, visto que, apos a colheita, ficam rizomas subsuperficiais capazes de brotarem e cobrir novamente o solo.