Poaceae


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Poaceae

[pō′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The equivalent name for Gramineae.
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From our observations, it can be reported that the highest densities of weed (1296) found in Brassicaceae family, followed by Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae and Poaceae family with a weed number of 1086.
Analysis of the floristic composition characterized 19 weed species which belong to eight plant families: Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Commelinaceae, Convolvulaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Poaceae, Portulacaceae and Solanaceae.
D'apres ces resultais obtenus, on note l'abondance certaines families dans les deux situations comme Asteraceae, les Poaceae, les Brassicaceae et les Fabaceae dans la liste floristique.
The dominant families were Asteraceae with 38 species and Poaceae with 37 species followed by Papilionaceae with 26 species, Rosaceae with 22 species, Labiatae with 20 species, Brassicaceae and Cyperaceae with 12 species each and Polygonaceae with 10 species (Figure 04).
From our observations, it can be reported that the highest densities of weed (1253) found in Brassicaceae family, followed by amaranthaceae, asteraceae and poaceae family with a weed number of 1120, 973 and 568 respectively.
En los ultimos anos se ha incrementado el estudio de la diversidad floristica de la familia Poaceae en el estado de Morelos a traves de algunas publicaciones (Barcenas, 1977; Soria, 1985; Cerros-Tlatilpa y Espejo-Serna, 1998).
2012) phytoalexins have been identified in several plant families such as Brassicaceae, Fabaceae, Solanaceae, Vitaceae and Poaceae in response to the infection by pathogens or treatment with elicitors.
529999W), were brought to the laboratory at the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry in Gainesville for host specificity tests with 21 plant species (Fabaceae, Poaceae, Solanaceae) commonly found in Florida (Table 1).
forbs, shrubs, trees) to species using regionally appropriate floras and diagnostic keys; Ability to distinguish difficult graminoid taxa as Poaceae (grasses), Juncaceae (rushes), and Cyperaceae (sedges, bulrushes, spikerushes), and to distinguish unknown species within these families or genera from one another; College course-work in plant taxonomy or systematics that included field identification of plant species; and/or excellent references regarding proficiency in botanical identification; and Previous experience conducting botanical or ecological field work, including the collection and preservation of plant specimens etc.