kangaroo grass


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kangaroo grass

n
(Plants) a tall widespread Australian grass, Themeda australis, which is highly palatable to cattle and is used for fodder
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The roots of certain native grasses--for example, wallaby grass, kangaroo grass and red grass--give a boost to microbes in the soil that break down pollution caused by fuel oil and other hydrocarbon contaminants, according to Sharyn Gaskin of Flinders University.
TROPICAL savanna grasses such as black spear grass (Heteropogon contortis), kangaroo grass (Therneda triandra) and golden beard grass (Chrysopogon fallax), have a different way of fixing C[O.
An example of a C3 grass is kangaroo grass (Therneda triandra); an example of a C4 grass is wallaby grass (Danthonia richardsonii).