graminoid

graminoid

[′gram·ə‚nȯid]
(botany)
Of or resembling the grasses.
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Species richness at HU sites was highest in hydric pine flatwoods, followed by cypress and graminoid (grasses & sedges) plant communities, whereas saltwater marshes had the lowest richness (Table 2).
Erect herb, aquatic herb, trailing and prostrate herb, cushion plant, tussock graminoid, scattered graminoid, tufted grass, acaulescent rosettes, and non-vascular plants (values: average [+ o -] standard error).
The trees are growing in a disturbed gravel substrate that is barren except for a few other early successional willow and graminoid species.
forbs, shrubs, trees) to species using regionally appropriate floras and diagnostic keys; Ability to distinguish difficult graminoid taxa as Poaceae (grasses), Juncaceae (rushes), and Cyperaceae (sedges, bulrushes, spikerushes), and to distinguish unknown species within these families or genera from one another; College course-work in plant taxonomy or systematics that included field identification of plant species; and/or excellent references regarding proficiency in botanical identification; and Previous experience conducting botanical or ecological field work, including the collection and preservation of plant specimens etc.
Vegetation attribute Colony Non-colony Abandoned (n=2) (n=3) (n=1) Species richness Number of plant species 14 [+ or -] 1 17 [+ or -] 4 13 Species origin % exotic 4 [+ or -] 5 7 [+ or -] 6 23 % native 96 [+ or -] 5 93 [+ or -] 6 77 Species life cycles % annual 22 [+ or -] 1 23 [+ or -] 6 38 % perennial 74 [+ or -] 4 71 [+ or -] 4 54 Life forms % exotic herb 4 [+ or -] 5 7 [+ or -] 6 15 % native herb 55 [+ or -] 2 59 [+ or -] 7 46 % native rhizomatous 11 [+ or -] 5 9 [+ or -] 8 15 graminoid % native tufted 15 [+ or -] 1 13 [+ or -] 4 8 graminoid % shrub 15 [+ or -] 1 13 [+ or -] 4 8 % succulents 56 [+ or -] 0 46 [+ or -] 20 1 Vegetation height Mean height (cm) 5 [+ or -] 1 4 [+ or -] 2 0.
christii have fluctuated the most in graminoid communities (USFS and USFWS 2005).
01) and graminoid inflorescence and leaf lengths have tended to increase over the past decade at these study sites ([R.
Understory dominated by graminoid herbs, with some Asteraceae, Polygalaceae, Scrophulariaceae, and terrestrial orchids (Bletia).
Three different graminoid vegetation treatments will be planted on these plots initially for quantifying changes in credibility and geotechnical resistance to failure.
At a regional level, there were 19 tree species, 11 shrub species, 57 latifoliated herbaceous species (H), 17 graminoid herbaceous species (GH), 2 equisetoid herbaceous species (EH) and 17 vine-creeper species (C).
Schizachyrium scoparium is also the dominant graminoid in the