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Noun1.munja - tough Asiatic grass whose culms are used for ropes and baskets
grass - narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay
genus Saccharum, Saccharum - tall perennial reedlike grass originally of southeastern Asia: sugarcane
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In the absence of crop food, roots of grasses/shrubs such as Cynodan dactylon, Saccharum munja, Dactyloctenium aegyptium and Sorghum halepense play a very important role in the diet of Nesokia (Ahmed et al., 2007).
(44) U primarnom i prenesenom znacenju (munja kao 'ludak' ili sl.
These are: "Legal Paragraph Network 3", a project of the Democratic Youth Movement, "The representation of women, justice mechanisms and practices for gender equality in the public administration of the City of Tuzla" by the Tuzla Open Center, "Support to good governance in rural development networks for rural development in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 'Entrepreneur to be' by the 'Perpetuum Mobile' association, 'EYOF Young Volunteers', the Social Innovation Incubator MUNJA, and the "Salonite roofs in Zenica" of the GEOPA Association.
This genus includes variety of plants like Saccharum bengalense, Saccharum narenga, Saccharum munja, and Saccharum officinarum [16].
Nikola Tesla kao gospodar munja, odnosno visokofrekvencijskih i visokonaponskih struja proizvedenih u njegovoj laboratoriji u Koloradu 1899.
Faiyaz Khudsar of the Yamuna Biodiversity Park said, " Stoliczka's Bushchat is largely dependent on birds and grasses like Saccharum Munja and Saccharum Spontaneum.
(Poales: Poaceae) (NPCS Board of Consultants & Engineers 2007: under the synonymous name of Erianthus munja [Roxb.] Jeswiet) have been used successfully as artificial nesting substrates in India, and use of the local Ravenna grass in Pakistan seems applicable for future managed nesting operations.
The grasses in the reserve include imperata cylindrica, saccharum spontaneum and saccharum munja.
The complex has abundant tall grassland of reedbeds (Phragmites karka) and reed grass (Saccharum munja) (Rais et al., 2008) which are used as habitat by the Sindh Babbler (Roberts, 1992).
Here his inner voice fire-cracks, "Don't rely on words," Pulip munja ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII])!
It makes dirt carton type nests at the base of Bamboo stumps and Saccharum munja and is a very good research material.
Grasses: Aristida depressa, Cenchrus biflorus, Cenchrus riliariss, Cenchrus pennisetiformis, Cenchrus setigenus, Cymbopogon jwarancusa, Cenchrus schuenanthus, Cynodon dactylon, Desmostuchya bipinnata, Dirhanthium annulatum, Eleusine flagellifera, Lasiurus sindicus, Panicum antidorale, Panicum turgidum, Saccharum bengalense, Saccharum munja Forbs:, Aerva javaica, Aerva tomentosa, Crotolaria burbia, Indigofera cordifolia.