A preliminary report of overwinter and control method of stem borer on water bamboo, Zizania
An early study on the roots of a North American wild rice, Zizania
aquatica , has been followed by relatively little on anatomy of the roots and stems, including Zizania
latifolia [4-9], although considerable leaf anatomy is known .
XiaoPing Y (2000) Role of Saccharosydne procerus on Zizania
caduciflora as an alternate host for Anagrus nilaparvatae, the egg parasitoid of the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens, which attacks temperate rice.
O substantivo zizama e uma variante (por ma leitura), com poucas ocorrencias atestadas, de zizania
, uma forma latinizada do grego [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], etimo na origem de cizania, que entre nos esta atestada a partir do seculo XVI.
Genetic variability is correlated with population size and reproduction in American wild-rice (Zizania
Decay rate and changes of nutrients during the decomposition of Zizania
Wild rice Zizania
aquatica Southern wild rice Zizaniopsis milacea Blue flag iris Iris spp.
aquatica), another wetland crop, is harvested on a commercial basis in the marshes and open water wetlands of northwest Ontario and southern Manitoba.
As he traveled through Lake of the Woods he noted how wild rice (Zizania
aquatica) grew in abundance throughout the lake and into the Winnipeg River system.
Woods and Gutek (1974) reported that freshly harvested wild rice (Zizania
palustris L.) germinated following removal of the lemma and palea and scraping the pericarp covering the embryo.
The decline and threatened extinction of Texas wild-rice (Zizania
With the dam compromised, the river dropped and its width narrowed, leaving 25 percent of the entire population of the endangered Texas wild-rice (Zizania
texana) either high and dry or in water flowing too fast.