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Bearing or forming stolons.
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Adj.1.stoloniferous - producing stolons
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Description: Herbs perennial, rhizomatous and stoloniferous; culms few-noded, hollow; leaves eligulate; inflorescence paniculate, with many spikelets, primary bracts leaflike, sheathing; spikelets with few-many, spirally arranged persistent glumes, lower flower mostly functionally male, upper flowers bisexual with two stamens, bristles absent, nutlet ovoid, with a thick corky beak, surface smooth to wrinkled, embryo small and poorly developed, broadly obovate in outline, with a basal, poorly developed root cap and without a leaf primordium (embryo of the Juncus-type).
Stoloniferous and/or rhizomatous grassy weeds such asmugwort (Armetisia vulgaris) (Bradley and Hagood, 2002), creeping rivergrass (Echinochloapolystachya) (Bottoms et al., 2011), Bermuda grass (Cynodonspp.) (Webster et al., 2003; Ferrelet al., 2005) and sourgrass (Digitariainsularis) (Correia et al., 2010; Giancotti et al.
The grass layer is dominated by native [C.sub.4] tropical grasses, like Bothriochloa ewartiana and Dichanthium fecundum, but the exotic stoloniferous introduced grass Bothriochloa pertusa has spread widely on the trial area in the past 7-8 years.
Patterns of ion excretion and survival in two stoloniferous arid zone grasses.
Pontederia sagittata is a perennial aquatic plant, with erect, floating or creeping, stoloniferous or rizhomatous stems, that occurs commonly along the coastal plains of Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras (Lowden 1973).
However, it is important to emphasize that star grass (Cynodon nlemfuensis L.) is a species with stoloniferous growth and abundant roots production.
A thickened cuticle is also present in wild rice epidermis as well as in Typha, Cynodon dactylon, and other stoloniferous grasses that we have been studied [25, 43], but diffuse suberin in epidermal cell walls appears to be unusual [33].