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His works include A Grasses Primer (2000), Stretchers (2006), Bird Bird (
ALS Inhibitors affect grasses and dicots by inhibiting the first step in so
f Cyperaceae such as Carex sylvatica but also grasses and luzula campestris.
ckly forms a groundcover on open areas, among grasses, and in planting beds.
It grows among grasses such as muhly grass (Muhlenbergia sp.) specie
ands is sparse, consisting of sand shrubs and grasses.
larvae feed on seed heads of cereal crops and grasses, especially Phleum pratense.
Its diet consists of seeds and grasses, however the Jerboa needs very little water t
the area as a particular mixture of herbs and grasses grow there due to its soil and climate and th
aces covered with a lush growth of shrubs and grasses; the park is also the site of an historic fis
to multi-stemmed eucalypts and the shrubs and grasses associated with them.
Pzewalski's gazelles consists of sedges, and grasses, supplemented by herbs and shrubs such as Ast
ils in the presence of Eriocaulon species and grasses.
compactum) and annual forbs and grasses, is restricted to the perimeter of the island
d with coconut palms, scrub forest, herbs and grasses, including the species Tournefortia, Pisonia,
ts and shrubs as well as sedges, lichens, and grasses found between the rocks on high peaks.
lindheimeri) occurred instead of shrubs and grasses.
Randia dumetorum, and Calotropis gigantea and grasses such as Imperata cylindrica, and Panicum maxi
It eats insects, worms and grasses.
e juniper, escarpment live oak, mesquite, and grasses.
ularly where there is minimal landscaping and grasses are mowed.
tlands have survived, dominated by sedges and grasses with few trees and shrubs.
d leaves of low-growing herbaceous plants and grasses, including Thymus praecox, Stellaria media, M
Leaves, blossoms, ferns, and grasses were also used.
This bird also feeds off of corn and grasses.
ed by herbaceous plants, especially forbs and grasses.
er limited by non-native rodents, snails, and grasses.
which thrive on a winter forage of sedges and grasses indigenous to the area.
t eats seeds, legumes, rooted vegetables, and grasses, but also insects.
eek is mostly made up of mesquite, cacti, and grasses.
of the genus Claviceps that infect grains and grasses.
old drifts of herbaceous perennial plants and grasses which are chosen for their structure as much
ed from ewe's milk, they eat hay, grains, and grasses.
savanna but, since there were no angiosperms ( grasses, flowers, and some trees), the flora was quit
de that kills broadleaf weeds and some annual grasses.
used to control broad-leaved weeds and annual grasses in vegetable crops such as leeks and potatoes
Apera is a small genus of annual grasses, known commonly as silkybent grass or windgra
These are short-leafed annual grasses native to Eurasia and Africa.
e bottom along with areas of sand and aquatic grasses.
swamplands known as the Terai, here there are grasses that can grow 4 metres a year - so large they
Food plants are grasses including Deschampsia ceaspitosa
such as rice, maize, sugarcane, and wheat are grasses, and many types of animal fodder are grasses)
y species after more resistant shrubs such as grasses and sedges had grown back.
osevelt Elk feed on herbaceous plants such as grasses and sedges.
Alpine marmots eat plants such as grasses and herbs, as well as grain, insects, spiders
er, lettuce, plantains and willows as well as grasses such as Poa.
his art by weaving found vegetation, such as grasses, into extraordinary garments.
d filled with all types of plant life such as grasses and herbs, the organization of the nomes unde
Whangee refers to any of over forty Asian grasses of the genus Phyllostachys, a genus of bamboo
St. Augustine grasses are popularly used in pastures and ranches.
tion of Bermuda grass, although St. Augustine grasses are somewhat less drought tolerant.
een collected in close proximity to the beach grasses Ammophila breviligulata and Calmovilfa longif
habitat types include various types of beach grasses, live oak, loblolly pine, wax myrtle, cattail
Andropogon sp. - beard grasses
The larvae feed on beets, grasses and tobacco.
Lead plant is often associated with bluestem grasses.
Its Latin name in the book Grasses by C E Hubbard, 1978, published by Penguin bo
Texas persimmons and an understory of briars, grasses, and weeds.
itive desirable plants including broad-leaved grasses such as St Augustine can reduce the impact of
ation, introduced plant species such as brome grasses, and alterations in the fire regime in the so
sing gravels that were initially colonised by grasses and other Flowering Plants.
can prairie grassland vegetation dominated by grasses (such as big bluestem, Andropogon gerardii )
for labour throughout their lives, fueled by grasses inedible to humans.
ent signatures, allowing the importance of C4 grasses to be detected through time in the δ13C recor
y with native plant species such as cattails, grasses and sedges.
The larvae mines the leaves of certain grasses, including Dactylis glomerata.
ae feed on various garden crops, Chenopodium, grasses and sugarcane.
The larvae feed on various coarse grasses, including Dactylis glomerata and Poa species
ast; much of the plateau is covered by coarse grasses, mosses (especially sphagnum) and lichens.
ed the following to me: I was once collecting grasses, and I saw a child from the House of Avtinas.
Common grasses include Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scopar
Common grasses include red fescue, Festuca rubra, cock's foo
The last seven - concerning grasses, trees, insects and reptiles, fish, birds, wi
It is used to control grasses and broadleaf and woody plants.
es, their primary host plants are cool-season grasses, with fewer records on warm-season grasses.
ly known as paspalums, bahiagrasses or dallis grasses most are tall perennial American grasses.
cially legumes), beans, corn, cowpea, Datura, grasses, peas, Portulaca, Sida and sugarcane.
explain her (Sullivan's) observations of dead grasses, plants and trees along the creek path near t
The larvae feed on dead grasses, clover and probably other organic matter.
s there were supposed to be mosaics depicting grasses and flowers.
aurea nigra/Cynosurus cristatus) and dominant grasses include Sweet Vernal-grass (Anthoxanthum odor
The two dominant grasses of this ecoregion are blue grama (Bouteloua g
The dominant grasses are red fescue and sweet vernal-grass.
can bison, the keystone species; the dominant grasses are blue grama (Bouteloua gracilis) and buffa
cup-shaped nests out of palm fibre and dried grasses, which were sometimes found in shrubs overgro
The mushroom has an affinity for coastal dune grasses.
ve in valley and upland areas, where they eat grasses and reeds.
nants become infected when they graze and eat grasses containing the L3 infecting larvae.
Grasshoppers prefer to eat grasses, leaves and cereal crops.
es in thick mountainous forest, where it eats grasses and leaves.
It consists of ephemeris grasses and bushes, wormwood and similar long-term pl
are stem borers in various plants, especially grasses, but sometimes other herbaceous plants, shrub
n a wide variety of desert plants, especially grasses and low broad-leaf plants.
crambler, using other trees, shrubs and evens grasses for support.
Other, less favored grasses and sedges include "sand bluestem, little blu
e del Mar, near Santander, conchology, ferns, grasses and other plants.
trees, flowers, grasses, and other plants).
tion of this grassland includes the following grasses: Sand Cat's-tail Phleum arenarium, Red Fescue
y general feeders and have been recorded from grasses and Taraxacum officinale.
was used to roast mescal and obtain salt from grasses.
They construct spherical nests from grasses and other plant material, concealing them in
The larva eats full grown grasses (f.e.
ith Slater an immunity from prosecution if he grasses the thief up, which Slater agrees to as has s
from a chapel which was found among some high grasses, (called Tocha) during the time of the Reconq
in alternate years, similar to mast years in grasses and trees.
The production of cyanogenic chemicals in grasses is primarily a defense against herbivores.
Examples of non-host crops include grasses and many other monocotyledons.
, eating a wide array of vegetation including grasses, flowers, and seeds and sometimes insects.
most primitive conditions by eating insects, grasses, weed seeds and worms, whilst all the while r
rseshoe Lagoon/Padman Park, as are introduced grasses and other weeds.
they mature and "die", filled in by invasive grasses.
As for the invasive grasses that are already here, it is important to kee
Therefore, the annual invasive grasses will outcompete the natives because they use
Scrub brush, mesquite, juniper, grasses, and water-tolerant hardwoods grow around the
ACCase Inhibitors kill grasses and inhibit the first step in lipid synthesis
The larvae feed on larger grasses.
most commonly C. dactylon, are grown as lawn grasses in warm temperate regions, such as the Sunbel
e gazelle consists of acacia and bush leaves, grasses, and herbs.
s, favouring the growth of larger plants like grasses, ferns and herbs.
crowns an area of peat bog, heather and long grasses.
r belt, it can be abundant, surrounded by low grasses and forbs that are brown most of the year; in
eed, witchgrass, and threadleaf" are the main grasses and sedges eaten by the Mottled Sand Grasshop
Reports of other foodplants, mainly grasses, are known to be erroneous.
dry mountainous terrain where they eat mainly grasses and leaves and are preyed upon by leopards, e
and associated softer parts of plants, mainly grasses
they reach the roots of other plants, mainly grasses, and then penetrate the roots of the "host" p
ones (which are dominated by Sphagnum mosses, grasses, sedges and shrubs).
Sheath leaves (type found in most grasses)
He also collected many samples of mountain grasses and flowers, sending them to the Royal Botani
untains contrast with fields of waving native grasses and woodlands.
The California native grasses in rangelands and native grasslands are affec
control weeds and stimulate growth of native grasses.
he Brampton Hut roundabout, is rich in native grasses and biodiversity, in part owing to its neutra
communities, with stands of California native grasses.
nt communities, with remnant stands of native grasses of California.
covered with silver tussock and other native grasses, unusually so for an area so close to urban d
ies of wildflowers, cacti, shrubs, and native grasses.
acing slopes in association with other native grasses and forbs.
-5 year rotational basis to invigorate native grasses and forbs and to set back cool season plant g
iologist Kristine Nicholas showed that native grasses like switchgrass, blue gama, bluestem, Indian
land and dry sclerophyll forest, usually near grasses.
s were forced to subsist on the newly-evolved grasses that were by now taking over the plains, and
, the land had been replanted with non-native grasses to protect the soil.
remaining open savanna invaded by non-native grasses such as buffelgrass (Cenchrus ciliaris).
larvae feed on various native and non-native grasses, including Heteropogon contortus and Paspalum
Rosa, Urtica and Veronica as well as numerous grasses.
Lack of nutritious grasses generally affects the growth and development
They feed nocturnally on seeds, roots, nuts, grasses and insects.
feeding on fruits, roots, tubers, palm nuts, grasses and invertebrates.
Their diet consists mainly of grasses, as well as other plants and lichens.
0 varieties), fragrance garden, collection of grasses, flower beds, and a mature arboretum with Aes
hay meadows, which support a wide variety of grasses, such as common bent, Agrostis capillaris, sw
e advantage of the exposed land and wealth of grasses and vegetation which took hold in the nutrien
ss, bluestem grass, broomsedge) is a genus of grasses.
a relictual group that is a close relative of grasses.
It feeds on various types of grasses such as Veldt Grass.
rassquit feeds mainly on seeds, especially of grasses and weeds.
Beckmannia is a small genus of grasses containing two species known generally as slo
It feeds largely on seeds of grasses, including in Australia several exotic genera
diploid-type species of the Poaceae family of grasses.
mphs and adults feed on the inflorescences of grasses, especially timothy-grass (Phleum pratense).
Eleusine is a genus of grasses sometimes called by the common name goosegras
Dissanthelium is a genus of grasses native to the Americas, especially in the And
botany referring to a part of the spikelet of grasses (Poaceae).
They are so named due to the presence of grasses and lichens such as the Cladonia species.
The Sind Sparrow feeds mainly on the seeds of grasses and other plants such as Polygonum plebeium.
Deschampsia is a genus of grasses in the family Poaceae, commonly known as hair
It cannot compete with introduced species of grasses, such as Brachiaria subquadripara, which are
28 different species of plants consisting of grasses, sedges, and forbs.
The diet of wild yaks consists largely of grasses and sedges, such as Carex, Stipa, and Kobresi
e site contains a rich and unusual variety of grasses and herbs, including sedges and rushes.
The diet consists mainly of grasses.
Larvae usually live in roots of grasses.
a hotspot for many invasive plant species of grasses, which threatens all of the endangered native
rn Africa, and its diet consists primarily of grasses, twigs, and young shoots.
Gastridium is a small genus of grasses.
They eat seeds including those of grasses.
Pleuraphis is a small genus of grasses in the Poaceae family known generally as gall
ponds are often landscaped with a variety of grasses, shrubs and/or wetland plants to provide bank
own as "leatherjackets", feed on the roots of grasses, while the adults feed on umbellifers such as
y do best with a diet consisting primarily of grasses.
ek "Dog-tooth") is a genus of nine species of grasses, native to warm temperate to tropical regions
em, grazing was found to cause a reduction of grasses, sedges, and tree species and an increase in
Hainardia is a monotypic genus of grasses containing the single species Hainardia cylin
itional methods and support a wide variety of grasses and forbs.
Schizachyrium is a genus of grasses in the Poaceae family.
nvironemtn are stunted, but a wide variety of grasses and herbs may be found in the understory.
Stenotaphrum is a genus of grasses in the family Poaceae.
word grass is a name used for some species of grasses with blades that are sharp enough to cut huma
For the genus of grasses see Triodia (plant genus)
It is a basket of grasses, sedge, and mosses, lined with mud, and bound
and is a nocturnal, semi-gregarious grazer of grasses and other vegetation.
t, specialising in agrostology - the study of grasses; he was considered "the world authority on th
e Swallow nest consists of multiple layers of grasses and thin twigs, and is lined with large feath
beneficial (lives and feeds in the thatch of grasses) for most of the year.
an altitude of 2500 m (8200')) with a diet of grasses, low-growing leaves, and tender shoots.
nd in plant cell walls, particularly those of grasses.
Cenchrus is a genus of about 25 species of grasses in the family Poaceae.
The nest is a thick-walled bowl of grasses and bits of bark lined with softer plant mate
Andropogoneae is a tribe of grasses (family Poaceae) widespread throughout tropic
                                                                                                   


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