darnel

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darnel

any of several grasses of the genus Lolium, esp L. temulentum, that grow as weeds in grain fields in Europe and Asia
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While, Minuratia cumberlandensis, MC and Lolium temulentum, LT no effected at any concentration on MRSA, B39.
His subject was the grass, Lolium temulentum, which stubbornly refuses to flower until a certain day in spring, when daylength exceeds some critical threshold.
Synaptonemal complex formation in hybrids of Lolium temulentum x Lolium perenne (L.).
Since endophytes were first described in the Darnel (Lolium temulentum) (37), they have been isolated from various organs of different plant species, above ground tissues of liverworts, hornworts, mosses, lycophytes, equisetopsids, ferns, and spermatophytes from the tropics to the arctic, and from the wild to agricultural ecosystems (38) and to date, all plant species studied have been found to harbour at least one endophyte (14).
(Oleaceae) Privet tree bearing small white flowers Lolium temulentum Mochni, Darnel Erect grass L.
Recent evidence reveals that in Lolium temulentum, a LD grass that initiates flowering in response to a single LD, G[A.sub.5] doubles in concentration in the apical meristem and then declines during the 48 h following initiation of a single LD treatment (King et al., 2001).
Effect of nitrogen deficiency on photosynthesis and the partitioning of [sup.14]C-labelled leaf assimilate in unshaded and partially shaded plants of Lolium temulentum. Ann.
Leaf development in Lolium temulentum: Photosynthesis and photosynthetic proteins in leaves senescing under different irradiances.