3 edition of Ecology of Cenchrus grass complex found in the catalog.
Ecology of Cenchrus grass complex
S. C. Pandeya
Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-231) and index.
|Statement||S.C. Pandeya and H. Lieth.|
|Series||Tasks for vegetation science ;, 23|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G74 E26 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||92018658|
Habitat and ecology. The dune sandbur is an annual plant that grows in dunes, in loose sands, in thin woods, and in the open. It exhibits a sprawling habitat where it can be found. It can be found along coastal states, from Mississippi to New York. Where it grows primarily in August and September. MorphologyFamily: Poaceae. Developing a research agenda for the distribution and rate of spread of buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) This is a complex area that should be addressed but it will take considerable time and resources. Is there a relationship between herbaceous species richness and buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris)? Austral Ecol
The grass is usually benefitted by the addition of fertilizer P. Good responses to N and especially PN have been frequently observed in Australia and South Africa, but in Tanzania, when grown under low rainfall and on good soil, the benefit of N on C. ciliaris was only seen during exceptionally wet seasons. Where harvester ants are a problem. Grasses: Biology and Ecology Introduction Grasses are the most important plant family on Earth. This statement is based on the following facts: There are more individual grass plants on Earth than any other type of terrestrial vegetation. They have the highest biomass of all plants, i.e. their combined weight isFile Size: 1MB.
Buffel grass [Cenchrus ciliaris L. syn. Pennisetum ciliare (L.) Link] is an exotic species that has been widely planted in Australian arid and semi-arid grazing lands, and has become an important resource for livestock. It establishes readily and has expanded into such a diversity of land types beyond grazing lands that it is also regarded as a serious environmental weed. Although there Cited by: Kharrat-Souissi, A., Baumel, A., Torre, F., Juin, M., Siljak-Yakovlev, S., Roig, A., and Chaieb, M. ().New insights into the polyploid complex Cenchrus ciliaris L. (Poaceae) show its capacity for gene flow and recombination processes despite its apomictic lian Journal of Bot – | New insights into the polyploid complex Cenchrus ciliaris L. (Poaceae) Cited by: 2.
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It was the task of Professor Pandey a to sift all The Cenchrus grasslands are of great importance this information and put it together in a form in the dry areas of South East Asia. The value of understandable for an international audience. the ecological grassland study for range manage The manuscript was delivered to the series edi ment is therefore obvious.
Ecology Of Cenchrus Grass Complex. Home; J ; About The K. subtropical regions of the world. The field work was carried out was done, however, with the prior consent of during several years of the last two decades by Professor Pandeya.
Books > Life Sciences. Ecology Of Cenchrus Grass Complex. This book discusses the ecology and use of the 2 fodder grass species, Cenchrus ciliaris and C. setigerus, in W. India. Two introductory chapters describe the geography, lithology, soil, climate and water resources of the region.
The 2nd section of the book examines population differences within each species and climatic factors affecting the distribution of ecotypes of C. : S. Pandeya, Helmut Lieth. Ecology of Cenchrus grass complex: environmental conditions and population differences in western India.
Ecology of Cenchrus grass complex: Environmental conditions and population differences in western India. [S C Pandeya; H Lieth] -- The two excellent fodder grass species of genus Cenchrus - is (Cc) and rus (Cs) - are inhabitants of drier sandy areas throughout Africa, the Canary Islands, Madagascar and eastwards.
Cite this chapter as: Pandeya S.C., Lieth H. () Population differences in Cenchrus ciliaris and Cenchrus : Ecology of Cenchrus grass complex Author: S. Pandeya, H. Lieth. Ecology of Cenchrus grass complex; Ecology of Central European Forests; Ecology of Central European Non-Forest Vegetation: Coastal to Alpine, Natural to Man-Made Habitats; Ecology of Coccinellidae; Ecology of Cyanobacteria II; Ecology of Faunal Communities on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands; Ecology of Harmful Algae; Ecology of Highlands.
Cenchrus echinatus is a species of grass known by the common names southern sandbur, spiny sandbur, southern sandspur, and in Australia, Mossman River grass. It is native to North and South America.
It is a clump-forming annual grass growing up to 80 cm tall. The leaves occur with or without hairs and measure up to 12 mm wide. The ligule is a fringe of hairs. The grass Family: Poaceae. Popular pastoral species, Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) is receiving long overdue attention as an invasive weed that poses serious threats to biodiversity conservation worldwide.
Most research focuses on the species as forage plant and is largely published in Cited by: Cenchrus biflorus. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Cenchrus biflorus is a species of annual grass in the family Poaceae.
Common names include Indian sandbur, Bhurat or Bhurut in India, Haskaneet in Sudan, Aneeti in the Arabic dialect of Mauritania, K 'arangiya in the Hausa language of Nigeria, and Ngibbi in the Kanuri language of : Poaceae.
The effects of Buffel Grass Cenchrus ciliaris presence and dominance in 78 Poplar Box Eucalyptus populnea woodland remnants of south central Queensland are documented. Cenchrus ciliaris (buffel-grass or African foxtail grass; syn. Pennisetum ciliare (L.) Link) is a species of grass native to most of Africa, southern Asia (east to India), southern Iran, and the extreme south of Europe ().
Other names by which this grass is known include dhaman grass, anjan grass, koluk katai and : Poaceae. Abstract. The Cenchrus ciliaris complex is distributed in arid to semi-arid and marginal dry sub-humid areas of western India.
In most of the region under consideration, the underlying soils are sandy alluvium. The alluvium in the dry sub-humid to semi-arid divisions of Agra, Jaipur, and Kurukshetra is somewhat stabilized, but the old alluvium in the arid localities of Jodhpur, Author: S.
Pandeya, H. Lieth. Part of the Tasks for vegetation science book series (TAVS, volume 23) Abstract Turesson in the yearobserved that ‘the mass of genetically distinct forms, which make-up the Linnaeus species do not distribute themselves indiscriminately over an area comprising different types of localities, but on the contrary are found in nature grouped together in different types, each Author: S.
Pandeya, H. Lieth. Cenchrus ciliaris is a grass native to southern Asia and much of Africa; it has been planted as a fodder and for erosion control in most warm arid and semi-arid regions of the world. It commonly escapes from plantings, especially into disturbed habitats, where it promotes a grass-fire cycle.
A less known grass from NE India. Data Mabberley’s Plant book- A portable. dictionary of Plants, their. Ecology of Cenchrus Grass Complex.
Environmental Conditions and. The Ecology and Management of Prairies in the Central United States Chris Helzer has written an outstanding book on the art of managing a prairie. He has the experience and knowledge to manage prairies, being the Program Director for the Nature Conservatory Office in Aurora, by: Context Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) is an introduced pasture grass that has spread over large areas of semiarid Australia with potentially significant negative consequences for biodiversity.
Previous studies suggest that the response of bird communities to the changes in habitat associated with buffel grass invasion is complex. Aims This study compares the Cited by: 6.
Phytosociology and ecology of the natural dry-grass communities on Oahu, Hawaii where introduced Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) is now dominant. It. Many Pennisetum grasses are noxious weeds, including kikuyu grass (P. clandestinum) and feathertop grass (P.
villosum). The herbage and seeds of these grasses are food for herbivores, such as the chestnut-breasted mannikin (Lonchura castaneothorax), the caterpillar of the butterfly Melanitis phedima, Family: Poaceae. Cenchrus ciliaris L. is a C4 perennial grass of arid lands which is under the focus of different ecological issues such as response to desertification, quality of forage grass and impacts of invasions.
Here, molecular and morphological analyses of the genetic diversity of several Tunisian provenances of C. ciliaris were performed to better understand the phenotypic polymorphism Cited by: Cenchrus is a widespread genus of plants in the grass family.   Its species are native to many countries in Asia, Africa, Australia, the Americas, and various oceanic islands.
 Family: Poaceae.Miller IL, Mossman river grass (Cenchrus echinatus). Agnote (Darwin), Moreno-Casasola P, Patterns of plant species distribution on coastal dunes along the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Biogeography, 15(5/6) Munroe CE, Nishimoto RK, Oxyfluorfen (Goal) for weed control in cabbage.
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