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Poaceae

[pō′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The equivalent name for Gramineae.
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Chemical composition and nutritive value of grass forages Graminae DM Ash CP EE % % DM Andropogon gayanus 71.10 10.06 12.71 1.80 Andropogon tectorum 79.00 7.52 14.32 1.81 Brachiaria ruziziensis 71.16 13.79 16.36 3.29 Cynodon dactylon L.
Los cuadrantes 3-6, representados por subasociacion vicietosum graminae estan fuertemente influenciados por porcentaje de carbon y cobertura vegetal.
Tucker, "The genera of Arundinoideae (Graminae) in the southeastern United States," Journal of the Arnold Arboretum, vol.
The next most common plants bordering goose nests were crowberry at the primary study area, grasses (Graminae spp.) at Hudson Bay, and willow and sedge at Ungava Bay.
Elk and cattle were assumed to be the primary consumers of graminae on the allotment because deer (Odocoileus), jackrabbits (Lepus), and pronghorns (Antilocapra americana) were uncommon (Halstead et al., 2002).
The handbook is agriculturally oriented and resultantly provides the best Graminae (grass family) seed coverage of all the references.
Among the families identified Graminae were the most diverse in species (53 taxa), followed by Compositae (19 taxa), Leguminosae (17 taxa), Chenopodiaceae (13 taxa) and Cyperaceae (13 taxa).
Chromosome number and microsporogenesis in a pentaploid accession of Brachiaria brizantha (Graminae).
Food item %F AV AP Plant foods Corn, Zea mays 29.7 42.9 44.8 Grass leaves, Graminae 17.8 2.6 1.8 Hackberry, Celtis laevigata 16.9 trace trace Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale 14.4 4.3 4.5 Soybeans, Max glycine 12.7 2.7 3.7 Unclassified grass seed 11.0 14.6 4.1 Buttercup, Ranunculus spp.
Methods for quantification of nitrogen fixation associated with Graminae. CGC Critical Reviews in Plant Science 6: 209-266.
Cymbopogon citratus Stapf es una planta herbacea, pertenece a la familia Poaceae (Graminae), su nombre comun es limonaria, se cultiva en Brasil, India, Argentina, Guatemala e Indonesia por su aceite esencial (5), y su constituyente principal es el citral (70-80%), el cual es usado como materia prima para la sintesis de compuestos aromaticos y vitamina A, ademas de emplearse en perfumeria (6,7,8).
str.) was reared from leaf litter beneath Salicornia (Chenopodaceae) and Phragmites (Graminae) in Malta (Ebejer 1996) and from a rodent nest on a beach in southern Spain (Ebejer & Deeming 1997).