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Agrostis

 

a genus of perennial and, less commonly, annual grasses of the family Gramineae. The small, one-flowered spike-lets are gathered in loose panicles. There are approximately 200 species, distributed in the temperate and cold belts, mainly in the northern hemisphere in the mountains of tropical regions. The USSR has more than 30 species, growing mainly in the forest zone. The plants grow in meadows (often in large clusters), in glades, amid thickets, and along bodies of water.

The genus includes many forage grasses. The species A. stolonifera (formerly A. alba) and A. gigantea, which are found along wet meadows, are used for pasture and silage. Both species are grown in grass mixtures for lowland meadows. Other forage grasses include the dog bent (A. canina), which grows in the European USSR; the Siberian species A. clavata and A. trinii; and the Caucasian species A. planifolia. The Rhode Island bent (A. tenius; formerly A. capillaris) is often found in dry meadows but is rarely eaten by livestock. A number of species, including the dog bent and the Rhode Island bent, are grown for lawns. A. alpina, the cloud bent (A. nebulosa), and A. rupestris are ornamentals.

REFERENCES

Kormovye rasteniia senokosov i pastbishch SSSR, vol. 1. Edited by I. V. Larin. Moscow-Leningrad, 1950.

T. V. EGOROVA

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An impact of soil processing on vegetative reproduction of Agrostis Stolonifera. International Journal of Applied and Fundamental Research.
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Interspecific hybridization between Agrostis stolonifera and related Agrostis species under field conditions.
30 Other species: Dactylorhiza maculata 2 in 5 and + in 8; Agrostis stolonifera and Juncus subnodulosus 1 in 2; Juncus acutiflorus and Phragmites australis 1 and Phleum bertolonii + in 3; Scirpoides holoschoenus 1 in 4; Taraxacum vulgare + in 5; Galium verum and Polygala vulgaris 1, Dactylorhiza elata, Juncus conglomeratus, Leontodon carpetanus and Tetragonolobus maritimus + in 6; Danthonia decumbens + in 8; Trifolium repens and Cardamine castellana 1 in 9; Leontodon hispidus 1 in 10.
Inheritance of dollar spot resistance in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.).
rugosus, que aparecen acompanados de Agrostis stolonifera, Holcus lanatus, Lotus pedunculatus, Lythrum junceum, Scirpoides holoschoenus y Cyperus longus subsp.
Lehman and Engelkc (1991) developed a greenhouse screening technique using flexible root tubes to evaluate root extension and root length densities in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) genotypes.
Caracteristicas y diferenciales: Nerium oleander 4, Erica andevalensis 2, Erica lusitanica 1; Companeras: Smilax aspera 3, Rubus ulmifolius 2, Scirpoides holoschoenus, Agrostis stolonifera, Pteridium aquilinum 1, Erica australis, Daphne gnidium +).
RFLP markers are an effective tool for the identification of creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) cultivars.
aquatilis 1 en 3; Rumex crispus + en 7; Juncus acutiflorus 2, Ranunculus repens y Juncus effusus 1 en 8; Phalaris aquatica 3 en 9; Cynodon dactylon y Agrostis stolonifera 2 en 14; Trifoliumpratense 1 en 15; Bromus racemosus 1 en 17.