dichotoma, Kyllinga pumila, Mapania assimilis, Rhynchospora radicans, Scleria latifolia, S.
2016), as is the monophyly of both clades within this tribe: a Bulbostylis clade and a Fimbristylis
clade (Muasya et al.
However, differences such as these were only found for this variable but also observed in plants of Fimbristylis
miliacea that showed a growth of the resistant biotype of 13 to 15% higher than the growth of the susceptible biotype (Schaedler et al., 2013).
nicaraguensis, present in the complex of weeds of the Asteraceae family (Ecliptaprostrata L.), Cyperaceae (Cyperus rotundus L.), Cyperaceae (Fimbristylis
littoralis L.), Poaceae (Echinochloa colona Link), in the rice production areas, in Panama.
Effects of substratum, temperature, and treatments to overcome dormancy on the germination of Fimbristylis
(2008) Typha latifolia Herb Maiti and Jaiswal (2008) Fimbristylis
dichotoma Herb Maiti and Jaiswal (2008) Amaranthus defluxes Herb Maiti and Jaiswal (2008) Cassia tora Herb Gupta and Sinha (2008) Chenopodium album Herb Gupta and Sinha (2008) Blumea lacera Herb Gupta and Sinha (2008) Equisetum ramosysma Grass Dwivedi et al.
Siddique & Ismail (2013) also observed a POD activity increase in rice seedlings, when submitted to Fimbristylis
Among them, Echinochloa colona, Echinochloa crussgalli and Cynodon dactylon were grasses, Cyperus rotundus, Cyperus difformis, Fimbristylis
miliaceae were sedges while, Eclipta alba, Ludwigia parviflora, Ammania baccifera, Euphorbia hirta, Trianthema portulacastrum were broad leaved weed.
Rice grain yield loss of about 42% has been observed in uncontrolled field due to infestation of Fimbristylis
iria and Fimbristylis
miliacea: three troublesome annual sedge weeds of rice.