stoloniferous


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sto·lon·if·er·ous

 (stō′lə-nĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Bearing or forming stolons.
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Adj.1.stoloniferous - producing stolons
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stolonifère
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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).
Aeluropus lagopoides (poaceae) is a stoloniferous perennial grass with C4 photosynthesis that is distributed in the regions with intermediate salinity and semi-desert climate on Iranian plateau [5-7].
It's creeping, stoloniferous habit, identical to that of a strawberry, allows it to spread rapidly, producing small yellow flowers in summer which then set seed to add to your misery
Colonial organisms whose physical structure can be described as branching, sheet-forming, or mound-forming generally grow slowly but are better competitors for space on the seafloor than encrusting and stoloniferous epifauna (Hughes, 1989).
Euonymus is stoloniferous, has a rooting depth of at least 12-18 cm, and is capable of rapid vegetative spread (USDA, NRCS 2007).
Blechnum xrodriguezii appears most commonly on dripping soil banks and rock surfaces, on which it may be present at high density, possibly as a result of recurrent hybridization events and extensive clonal growth via stoloniferous axes (also present in B.