A plant genus of the family POACEAE. The common name of wheatgrass is also used for other plants in the family.
A plant genus of the family POACEAE that is the source of EDIBLE GRAIN. A hybrid with rye (SECALE CEREALE) is called TRITICALE. The seed is ground into FLOUR and used to make BREAD, and is the source of WHEAT GERM AGGLUTININS.
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A plant genus of the family FABACEAE.
A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.
A large family of narrow-leaved herbaceous grasses of the order Cyperales, subclass Commelinidae, class Liliopsida (monocotyledons). Food grains (EDIBLE GRAIN) come from members of this family. RHINITIS, ALLERGIC, SEASONAL can be induced by POLLEN of many of the grasses.
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A plant species of the genus CITRUS, family RUTACEAE that provides the familiar orange fruit which is also a source of orange oil.
A plant genus of the family POACEAE. The small pointed seeds are grown for hay in North America and western Europe and important as food in China and other Asian countries.
A group of seed storage proteins restricted to the POACEAE family. They are rich in GLUTAMINE and PROLINE.
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Intermediate fertile Triticum aestivum (+) Agropyron elongatum somatic hybrids are generated by low doses of UV irradiation. (1/13)

We report the production and characterization of somatic hybrids between Triticum aestivum L. and Agropyron elongatum (Host) Nevishi (the synonym is Thinopyrum ponticum). Asymmetric protoplast fusion was performed between Agropyron elongatum protoplasts irradiated with a low UV dose and protoplasts of wheat taken from nonregenerable suspension cultures. More than 40 green plantlets were obtained from 15 regenerated clones and one of them produced seeds. The phenotypes of the hybrid plants and seeds were intermediate between wheat and Agropyron elongatum. All of the regenerated calli and plants were verified as intergeneric hybrids on the basis of morphological observation and analysis of isozyme, cytological, 5SrDNA spacer sequences and random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). RFLP analysis of the mitochondrial genome revealed evidence of random segregation and recombination of mtDNA.  (+info)

Two quality-associated HMW glutenin subunits in a somatic hybrid line between Triticum aestivum and Agropyron elongatum. (2/13)

High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GSs) from hybrid line II-12 between wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and Agropyron elongatum (Host) Nivski were characterized with SDS-PAGE. Out of these HMW-GSs, two subunits, h1Bx and h1By, had mobilities similar to the subunits 1Bx13 and 1By16 from common wheat 4072, which was used as control. Polyclonal antibodies (pAbs) of h1Bx and h1By were prepared, and Western blotting showed that the pAbs had strong affinities for h1Bx and h1By, separately. The specificity of h1Bx-pAb was further checked; it preferentially recognized subunits h1Bx and 1Bx13. HMW-GS gene coding sequences were amplified by genomic polymerase chain reaction from hybrid II-12. Two of the five amplicons, marked II2a and II31b, were sequenced. Their coding sequences are clustered to Glu-1Bx7 and Glu-1By9 of common wheat. Three discrepant regions in deduced amino acid sequences of II2a and 31b repeated one time more than Glu-1Bx7 and Glu-1By9. N-terminal sequences of h1Bx and h1By were determined, which were identical to the published sequences of 1Bx13 and 1By16 and in agreement with that deduced from II2a and II31b, respectively. These results indicated that the two novel genes separated from the hybrid wheat derived from the allelic variation of 1Bx7 and 1By9 of the parent wheat. There is an additional cysteine residue positioned at 271st amino acid of the mature peptide of II2a, which may be related to the high quality of the flour.  (+info)

New choke diseases and their molecular phylogenetic analysis in Agropyron ciliare var. minus and Agropyron tsukushiense var. transiens. (3/13)

Choke diseases were surveyed in two closely related grass species, Agropyron ciliare var. minus and Agropyron tsukushiense var. transiens, in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. Perithecia and ascospores were not observed in either case. Stromata on A. ciliare var. minus enclosed and sterilized young inflorescences, as in the typical choke symptoms by Epichloe typhina. On the other hand stromata on A. tsukusiense var. transiens thinly covered mature spikes with white epiphyllous hyphae, as in stromata of Ephelis spp. The fungal isolates produced typical Neotyphodium-type conidia. Molecular phylogenetic analyses using the beta-tubulin gene (tubB) indicated that the two Agropyron species are infected with the species grouping into a novel single clade among Epichloe species and they are closely related to a haploid of hybrid Neotyphodium species. The host plant features may be the cause of the differences between stromata of A. ciliare var. minus and A. tsukushiense var.  (+info)

A new species of Epichloe symbiotic with Chinese grasses. (4/13)

Epichloe species are fungal symbionts (endophytes) of grasses, six European and four North American biological species in genus Epichloe have been described in previous researches. In this study we describe a new Epichloe species, Epichloe yangzii Li et Wang, found in natural symbioses with Roegneria kamoji native to China. We investigated the host specificity, morphology, interfertility tests and molecular phylogenetic evidences of this new species. The results indicated that E. yangzii is host specific and seedborne. Most morphological characteristics of this new species are typical in the genus. However differences are evident in several features including size of perithecia, asci and ascospores. In mating tests E. yangzii was not interfertile with E. elymi isolates from related hosts in genera Elymus. Phylogenetic relationships based on sequences of beta-tubulin gene (tub2) introns and translation elongation factor 1-alpha gene (tef1) introns showed that members of the new species grouped into exclusive clades with high bootstrap value.  (+info)

Generation of novel high quality HMW-GS genes in two introgression lines of Triticum aestivum/Agropyron elongatum. (5/13)

BACKGROUND: High molecular weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS) have been proved to be mostly correlated with the processing quality of common wheat (Triticum aestivum). But wheat cultivars have limited number of high quality HMW-GS. However, novel HMW-GS were found to be present in many wheat asymmetric somatic hybrid introgression lines of common wheat/Agropyron elongatum. RESULTS: To exploit how these new subunits were generated, we isolated HMW-GS genes from two sib hybrid lines (II-12 and 11-4-6) and compared them with those from their parents. The result shows that two genes of hybrid (H11-3-3 and H11-4-3) are directly introgressed from the donor parent Agropyron elongatum; one hybrid gene (H1Dx5) comes from point mutation of a parental wheat gene (1Dx2.1); two other hybrid genes (H1By8 and H1By16) are likely resulting from unequal crossover or slippage of a parental wheat gene (1By9.1); and the sixth novel hybrid gene (H1Dy12) may come from recombination between two parental genes. CONCLUSION: Therefore, we demonstrate that novel HMW-GS genes can be rapidly created through asymmetric somatic hybridization in a manner similar with the evolution mechanism of these genes supposed before. We also described gene shuffling as a new mechanism of novel HMW-GS gene formation in hybrids. The results suggest that asymmetric somatic hybridization is an important approach for widening HMW-GS genebank of wheat quality improvement.  (+info)

Preferential elimination of chromosome 1D from homoeologous group-1 alien addition lines in hexaploid wheat. (6/13)

Alien chromosome addition lines are useful genetic material for studying the effect of an individual chromosome in the same genetic background. However, addition lines are sometimes unstable and tend to lose the alien chromosome in subsequent generations. In this study, we report preferential removal of chromosome 1D rather than the alien chromosome from homoeologous group-1 addition lines. The Agropyron intermedium chromosome 1Agi (1E) addition line, created in the background of 'Vilmorin 27', showed loss of a part of chromosome 1D, thereby losing its HMW glutenin locus. Even in the case of Aegilops longissima and Ae. peregrina, the genomes of which are closer to the B genome than D genome, chromosome 1D was lost from chromosome 1Sl and 1Sv addition lines in cv. 'Chinese Spring' rather than chromosome 1B during transfer from one generation to another. A similar observation was also observed in the case of a chromosome 1E disomic addition line of Ag. elongatum and alloplasmic common wheat line with Ag. intermedium ssp. trichophorum cytoplasm. The reason for this strange observation is thought to lie in the history of wheat evolution, the size of chromosome 1D compared to 1A and 1B, or differing pollen competition abilities.  (+info)

Characterizing HMW-GS alleles of decaploid Agropyron elongatum in relation to evolution and wheat breeding. (7/13)

Bread wheat quality is mainly correlated with high molecular weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS) of endosperm. The number of HMW-GS alleles with good processing quality is limited in bread wheat cultivars, while there are plenty of HMW-GS alleles in wheat-related grasses to exploit. We report here on the cloning and characterization of HMW-GS alleles from the decaploid Agropyron elongatum. Eleven novel HMW-GS alleles were cloned from the grass. Of them, five are x-type and six y-type glutenin subunit genes. Three alleles Aex4, Aey7, and Aey9 showed high similarity with another three alleles from the diploid Lophopyrum elongatum, which provided direct evidence for the Ee genome origination of A. elongatum. It was noted that C-terminal regions of three alleles of the y-type genes Aey8, Aey9, and Aey10 showed more similarity with x-type genes than with other y-type genes. This demonstrates that there is a kind of intermediate state that appeared in the divergence between x- and y-type genes in the HMW-GS evolution. One x-type subunit, Aex4, with an additional cysteine residue, was speculated to be correlated with the good processing quality of wheat introgression lines. Aey4 was deduced to be a chimeric gene from the recombination between another two genes. How the HMW-GS genes of A. elongatum may contribute to the improvement of wheat processing quality are discussed.  (+info)

Nitrogen and water addition reduce leaf longevity of steppe species. (8/13)

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Soreng, R. J., G. Davidse, P. M. Peterson, F. O. Zuloaga, E. J. Judziewicz, T. S. Filgueiras & O. Morrone. 2003 and onwards. On-line taxonomic novelties and updates, distributional additions and corrections, and editorial changes since the four published volumes of the Catalogue of New World Grasses (Poaceae) published in Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. vols. 39, 41, 46, and 48. http://www.tropicos.org/Project/CNWG:. In R. J. Soreng, G. Davidse, P. M. Peterson, F. O. Zuloaga, T. S. Filgueiras, E. J. Judziewicz & O. Morrone (eds.) Internet Cat. New World Grasses. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. ...
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Breeding and selection for higher transpiration efficiency (W) has been hampered by tedious and costly methodology. Rapid and less costly methods are needed for screening W in plant improvement programmes. We report the relationship of ash, silicon (Si) concentration, and Si uptake to W in crested wheatgrass (Agropyron desertorum [Fischer ex Link] Schultes), an important C3 range grass in western North America. Clones of crested wheatgrass were grown under three water levels in a field rainout shelter and as potted plants under two water levels in the field and greenhouse. Ash and Si concentrations were compared to previously determined values of shoot mass, transpiration, W, and carbon isotope discrimination (A). Ash and Si concentrations were not consistently related to ? and W across all environments; however, ash concentration was positively correlated with ? (r=0•69**, df = 22) and negatively correlated with W (r= -0•61**, df=22) in the well-watered field environment. Across all ...
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This paper evaluated the effects of a pig manure compost (PMC) and a nonionic surfactant Tween 80 on the fate of 14C-Pyrene (Pyr) in a soil-plant system (Agropyron elongatum). Soils spiked with 14C-4, 5, 9, 10-Pyr were amended with 7.5% (w/w) PMC together with or without 100 mg kg−1 of Tween 80. Unplanted soil without amendments was set as the control. Gas phases of the systems were monitored for 14CO2 over a 60 days period. The impact of PMC and Tween 80 on the apparent loss of the PAH and the distribution of 14C-activity in the systems was studied. 14C-activity associated with different soil fractions was further examined by using methyl-isobutyl-ketone (MIBK) fractionation method. The results showed that the addition of PMC could increase the dissipation of Pyr in vegetated soil from 12.1% to 58.7%, while the co-addition of Tween 80 and PMC could further enhance the dissipation to 90.3%. Pyr dissipation in soil was correlated with the mineralization of 14C-Pyr, indicating that Pyr ...
Crested wheatgrass [Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn., A. desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult., and related taxa] often exists in near monoculture stands in the northern Great Plains. Introducing locally adapted yellow-flowered alfalfa [Medicago sativa L. subsp. falcata (L.) Arcang.] would complement crested wheatgrass. Our objective was to evaluate effects of seeding date, clethodim {(E) -2-[1-[[(3-chloro-2-propenyl)oxy]imino]propyl]-5-[2-(ethylthio)propyl]-3-hydroxy-2-cyclohexen-1-one} sod suppression, and seeding rate on initial establishment and stand persistence of Falcata, a predominantly yellow-flowered alfalfa, no-till interseeded into crested wheatgrass. Research was initiated in August 2008 at Newcastle, WY; Hettinger, ND; Fruitdale, SD; and Buffalo, SD. Effects of treatment factors on plant frequency during initial establishment were influenced by site environments. Late summer and spring were suitable seeding dates. Clethodim sod suppression increased seedling frequency in most cases. Seedling
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We investigated the effects of plant architecture on predator-prey interactions by quantifying the behavior of green lacewing larvae on perennial grasses with divergent leaf architectures. Crested wheatgrass produces flat, broad leaves similar to those of wheat, whereas Indian ricegrass bears linear leaves that are tightly rolled inward. In the absence of prey, lacewing time budgets and residence times were similar on the two grasses, although predators tended to search longer on crested wheatgrass. On plants infested with the Russian wheat aphid, lacewing larvae dislodged, contacted, and captured significantly more aphids on Indian ricegrass than on crested wheatgrass. Comparisons between aphid-free and aphid-infested plants suggest that differences in plant architecture modified prey accessibility rather than predator movement. Aphids on seedlings and mature plants of crested wheatgrass frequently occurred in concealed locations, such as in the rolls of immature leaves or in the blade-sheath junctions
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Nutritional Values of Wheatgrass and How to Order. Wheatgrass is one of the so-called green foods that are valued by health-conscious individuals as a great natural source of nutrients. In juice form it contains 70% chlorophyll, which is often referred to as the blood of plant life. It closely resembles the molecules of human red blood cells. Chlorophyll has been shown to produce an unfavorable environment for bacterial growth in the body and therefore effective in increasing the bodys resistance to illness. Wheatgrass is considered to be a complete food in itself. The fact is that one pound of fresh wheatgrass is equivalent in nutritional value to 23 pounds of choice garden vegetables. Due to its fibrous nature, which is indigestible by humans, wheatgrass must be liquefied before it can be consumed Wheatgrass is known as an alternative cancer therapy. Drinking of wheat grass juice helps your body to build red blood cells which carry oxygen to every cell. By increasing the oxygenation the body ...
Benefits of Wheatgrass. The benefits of wheatgrass, however, go way beyond beautification and anti-aging such as reversing gray hair. The high chlorophyll content of wheatgrass, as well as the amino acids, minerals, vitamins and enzymes enable wheatgrass to provide a wide range of health benefits and curative benefits, such as the following:. Fights tumors - Studies show that wheatgrass juice has a powerful ability to fight tumors without the usual toxicity of drugs.. Powerful detoxifier - protects the liver and the blood, and neutralizes toxic substances like cadmium, nicotine, strontium, mercury, and polyvinyl chloride.. Contains liquid oxygen - this is vital to many body processes, and protects the body against cancer cells (cancer cells cannot exist in the presence of oxygen).. Blood builder - An important aspect of the chlorophyll in wheatgrass is its remarkable similarity to hemoglobin, the compound that carries oxygen in the blood. When the chlorophyll is absorbed in the human body, it is ...
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The invention of choke boring is usually attributed to American gunsmiths. Mr. J.W. Long, in his book American Wildfowling, credits a Mr. Jeremiah Smith of Southfield, Rhode Island, as the gunsmith who first discovered the concept, as far back as 1827.[2]. The first known patents for choke boring were granted Sylvester H. Roper, an American inventor and gunsmith.[3] This was followed by a patent claim in London by W.R. Pape, an English gun maker, whose patent application was six weeks too late to the 1866 Roper patent. While American gunsmiths were the pioneers of the choke boring system, they had not really progressed beyond the elementary stage and their choked shotguns would lead, throw irregular patterns, and not shoot straight. W. W. Greeners first intimation of the choke formation was derived from instructions given in a customers letter, in early 1874. The customers instructions described a choke, but did not give any details on the size or shape, or how it was to be obtained. Hence, ...
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Foundation species are structurally dominant members of ecological communities that can stabilize ecological processes and influence resilience to disturbance and resistance to invasion. Being common, they are often overlooked for conservation but are increasingly threatened from land use change, biological invasions, and over-exploitation. The pattern of foundation species abundances over space and time may be used to guide decision-making, particularly in protected areas for which they are iconic. We used ordinal logistic regression to identify the important environmental influences on the abundance patterns of bluebunch wheatgrass (Pseudoroegneria spicata), Thurbers needlegrass (Achnatherum thurberianum), and Sandberg bluegrass (Poa secunda) in protected-area sagebrush steppe. We then predicted bunchgrass abundances along gradients of topography, disturbance, and invasive annual grass abundance. We used model predictions to prioritize the landscape for implementation of a management and ...
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Wheatgrass: Wheatgrass, (genus Agropyron), genus of wheatlike grasses in the family Poaceae, found throughout the North Temperate Zone. Several species, including desert wheatgrass (Agropyron desertorum) and crested wheatgrass (A. cristatum), are good forage plants and are often used as soil binders in the
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TY - JOUR. T1 - RNA-seq analysis reveals considerable genetic diversity and provides genetic markers saturating all chromosomes in the diploid wild wheat relative Aegilops umbellulata. AU - Okada, Moeko. AU - Yoshida, Kentaro. AU - Nishijima, Ryo. AU - Michikawa, Asami. AU - Motoi, Yuka. AU - Sato, Kazuhiro. AU - Takumi, Shigeo. PY - 2018/11/8. Y1 - 2018/11/8. N2 - Background: Aegilops umbellulata Zhuk. (2n=14), a wild diploid wheat relative, has been the source of trait improvement in wheat breeding. Intraspecific genetic variation of Ae. umbellulata, however, has not been well studied and the genomic information in this species is limited. Results: To develop novel genetic markers distributed over all chromosomes of Ae. umbellulata and to evaluate its genetic diversity, we performed RNA sequencing of 12 representative accessions and reconstructed transcripts by de novo assembly of reads for each accession. A large number of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and insertions/deletions ...
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There is an argument about how long it takes someone to get choked out on another thread. I was looking for any articles on the subject that I could post and I found this article on the dangers of applying a naked choke wrong. I thought I better post it. This could be the reason a certain bouncer we were talking about killed someone. - - - * Watch Your Technique for the Rear Naked Choke One of the most effective self-defense techniques I ve encountered is the rear naked choke. It
Wheatgrass refers to the freshly sprouted leaves of a wheat plant. It contains a high amount of chlorophyll and its molecules resemble those of the human red blood cells. As such, it is absorbed by the body faster and helps purify the blood.. Wheatgrass juice has many benefits. It contains antioxidants that help strengthen healthy cells and weaken cancer cells.. It is a rich source of vitamins A, соmрlеtе В соmрlех, В-17, С, Е, аnd Κ as well as саlсіum, роtаssіum, іrоn, mаgnеsіum, phоsрhоrus, sоdіum, sulfur, cоbаlt and zinc. Wheatgrass helps the body get rid of toxins and can also aid in managing high blood pressure. ...
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CHROMOSOME ENGINEERING. Because of polyploidy, the wheat genome is highly buffered, and the transfer of chromosome segments or large linkage blocks is more important than single genes. In general, compensating translocations involving exchanges of short arms may be agronomically desirable as is the case of transfers of the short arm of rye chromosome 1R substituting for short arms of wheat chromosomes 1A or 1B (Table 4.4). For translocations involving large alien chromosome arms, the unwanted chromatin in the translocation lines must be removed by chromosome engineering.. Already, there are spectacular examples of alien chromosome segments transferred to wheat, either by physical means (irradiation) or by genetic manipulation, that have immensely improved the productivity of the wheat crop (Table 4.4). Sears (1993) has suggested some refinements in both induced homoeologous pairing and irradiation treatments to enhance the recovery of desirable transfers. Jiang et al. (1994b) have discussed ...
Agropyron litorale (Dum., 1823). Synonyms: Triticum litorale Host, 1809; Triticum pycnanthum Godr., 1854; Triticum repens L. var. litorale Aschers. et Graebn., 1901.. Common names: Bulg: Kraymorski pirey, Kraybrezhen pirey.. Order (Scientific): POALES.. Family (Scientific): POACEAE.. Taxonomic descriptions: Blue-greenish plant with stems usually gathered in loose tufts, naked, up to 50 cm high with short rambling roots. Naked blades, rough at the margin, short and bristle-like twisted; short stigma cilliated at the top. Inflorescence - up to 10 cm long with rough, crumbly axis. The spikelets are reverse ovate to lanceolate, 12-18 mm long with (3) 5-7 florets. Chaffs - 7 mm to 9 mm long, naked, almost similar to each other, gradually short-pointed out, in the lower spikelets often with a prickle with 5 to 7 veins and projecting rough midrib. The lower chaff is naked, from 7 mm to 10 mm long, lanceolate, blunt, cut or with a short prickle or awn. The upper chaff is a bit longer from the lower one, ...
Although the advantages of these two methods are a great benefit to breeders, both have their own considerations when using them for adding desirable genes to a crop. The translocated disease resistant gene would contain surrounding chromosome segments from the wild relative. The surrounding genome would likely be undesirable since it is being donated by a distant relative to the crop. Moreover, it may take longer years to find a stable line that contain the disease resistant gene. In theory, transgenic events seem simple, and scientists/geneticists have found ways to make it as easy as it sounds, but when breeders work with translocation lines, it is hard to get everything seem simple. One case in which the breeders/scientists have used to make this technique easier is the Ph mutant in wheat. This mutation allows homoeologous pairing and crossing over between alien chromosome and its crop homoeologue, allowing transfer of chromosome segment containing the alien gene. And also if the crop is a ...
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Hello Ive been training BJJ about nine months and one of the chokes that for whatever reason I have become somewhat adept at is the Ezekiel from someones guard and the mount and roll technique. I have a question concerning the nature of this choke, It was taught to the class a couple weeks into my training however i rarely see anyone use it even though it seems like its wide open in many occasions. I have used it many times and have had more success with this submission than any others
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The other day I was getting a pineapple smoothie for lunch, when I happened to notice a poster extolling the virtues of wheatgrass juice. I didnt know too much about it, except that Ive heard a lot of people talk about it as if its the second coming. So out of curiosity, I began reading the posters assertions about this miraculous superfood.. My friends, the English language does not contain adequate hyperbole to do justice to the tons of manure printed on this poster. If the average person takes even half of this poster seriously, then we have a science literacy problem in this country far worse than even I would have imagined.. The poster was a list of claims, almost all of which centered around chlorophyll, of which it said wheatgrass juice is a rich source. Chlorophyll, as you know, is used by plants to synthesize proteins and sugars, using radiation from the sun to power a chemical reaction, converting carbon dioxide from the air and water from the ground into proteins and sugars, ...
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Secale cereale; Triticum aestivum; Mayetiola destructor; intergeneric hybridization; chromosome translocation; translocation lines; polyploidy; genetic resistance; antibiosis; larvae; mortality; chromosome ...
A sophisticated sequencing study reveals genetic changes that emerged in wheat as it became domesticated by agricultural societies in the Fertile Crescent, roughly 10,000 years ago. The findings provide scientists with a better understanding of traits in modern wheat - the variety used to make bread and pasta - and could inform efforts to improve the yield and quality of this key food source. The domestication of wild wheat caused a shift in traits, which mostly relate to seed dormancy, spike morphology, and grain development. For example, while the spikes of wild wheat shatter at maturity, all domesticated wheat spikes remain intact, which enables easier harvest. Here, Raz Avni and colleagues used 3-D genetic sequencing data and software to reconstruct the 14 chromosomes of wild tetraploid wheat, Triticum turgidum. The team then compared genes responsible for shattering in domesticated wheat to the corresponding genes in wild wheat, in order to understand genetic changes underlying the ...
For instance, humans use wheatgrass as a dietary supplement drink (juice) or food. It is a source of nutrients, may help boost stamina and vitality, cleanse organs, reduce inflammations (anti-inflammatory), support digestion, fight some cancer, and minimize body odor and bad breath. We are not sure if it will benefit cats in similar ways.. Wheatgrass refers to the freshly sprouted wheat plants (Triticum aestivum). It is rich in amino acids, minerals, vitamins including folic acid, chlorophyll (blood booster and body cleanser), and enzymes, antioxidants, fiber, and doesnt have gluten. It is the widely available pet grass.. On the other hand, the sweeter tasting oat grass (Avena sativa) also nutrient-rich, has enzymes, antioxidants like tricin, folic acid, vitamin C and K, B vitamins, fiber, minerals and so on.. Your felines may benefit from the various nutrients. For instance, folic acid helps in manufacture or hemoglobin vital for oxygen transport, and a deficiency may lead to anemia. On the ...
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This 75 year old woman suffered from a recurring abscess (which ultimately turned out to be a diabetic foot ulcer) for many years.. She wrote: Prior to the purchase of your (wheatgrass) spray I was using Medi-Honey or calcium alginate, alternating. The appearance was pink skin with little exudate (leakage of body fluid). I have Charcot Foot with a bony protuberance that acts up every few years.. Charcots Foot refers to distortion of the bones in the foot caused by damage to the nerves supplying this area. This nerve damage (neuropathy) is often due to diabetes, and can lead to distortion of the patients foot, particularly the sole. Continued pressure of the skin overlying the bony prominence can erode the overlying skin and create an ulcer. These ulcers are commonly difficult to heal and many never do. In this case, after two weeks application of wheatgrass extract over the ulcer, sensation that had been absent for several years, began to recover.. ...
Alvarez entered Bellators lightweight tournament at Bellators inaugural event on April 3, 2009. He fought against Greg Loughran, who landed a left hook which caused Alvarez to buckle his legs. Alvarez survived, however, and submitted Loughran with a guillotine choke.[14] His next fight at the tournaments semi-finals took place four weeks later at Bellator 5, against Eric Reynolds. After controlling the bout for two rounds, Alvarez used a rear-naked choke to submit Reynolds in the third.[15] Alvarez advanced to the lightweight tournaments finals, which took place at Bellator 12 on June 19, 2009. He fought and defeated Toby Imada, via a rear naked choke submission early in the second round, to become Bellators first ever lightweight champion.[16] Alvarez faced Josh Neer in a non-title Super fight on May 6, 2010, at Bellator 17 in which he showed great wrestling and standup to go on to defeat Neer by way of rear-naked choke at 2:08 of round 2 as the choke was so well sunk in Neer would pass ...
Agriculture and development have dramatically reduced the range of native bunchgrass habitats in the Northern Rocky Mountains, and the invasion of exotic plants threatens to greatly alter the remaining pristine prairie. Small mammals play many important roles in ecosystem functions, but little is known about small mammal community composition and structure in native bunchgrass habitats of the Northern Rocky Mountains ...
The medicinal and pharmacological screening of wheatgrass juice (Triticum aestivum L.): an investigation into chlorophyll content and antimicrobial activity
Arrade is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. Palpi obliquely porrect of moderate length. Second joint hairy. Frontal tuft sharp. Antennae minutely ciliated in male. Thorax and abdomen smoothly scaled. Abdomen long. Legs naked. Fore wings long and narrow with acute apex. The outer margin nearly straight. A large tuft of scales found on inner margin beyond middle. Veins 6,7 arise from angle of cell. Veins 8 to 10 stalked from before the end or sometimes vein 10 absent. Hind wings with veins 3,4 stalked or from cell, whereas veins 6,7 stalked and vein 5 from middle of discocellulars. Arrade cristatum Hampson, 1893 Arrade destituta Walker, 1865 Arrade erebusalis Walker, 1863 Arrade leucocosmalis Walker, 1863 Arrade percnopis Turner, 1908 Hampson G. F. (1892). The Fauna Of British India Including Ceylon And Burma Moths Vol-iii. Digital Library of India. p. 558. Retrieved 4 July 2016. [permanent dead link] Arrade at funet. ...
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This species, as has been observed by M. Bibron, who first described it, may be at once distinguished from every other by the character of the scales of the head, which, instead of lying flat, with the edges in contact, are all of them imbricated and carinated. Another obvious distinguishing character, is the narrow line of prominent scales running the whole length of the body on each side, forming a sort of pectinated lateral crest, from which circumstance it has derived its name.. Found by Mr. Darwin, at Bahia Blanca, and Port Desire in Patagonia.. GENUS-DIPLOLÆMUS. Bell.. Caput breve, latum, subtriangulare. Aures parvæ, ovatæ, margine lævi. Nares magnæ, rotundæ. Collum infrà transversè, ad latera longitudinalitèr plicatum. Corpus subdepressum, non cristatum. Cauda teres, breviuscula, lævis. Pedes breves, robusti. Squamæ capitis numerosæ, parvæ, rotundatæ, non imbricatæ-corporis atque caudæ suprà minimæ, læves, convexæ, paulò imbricatæ, infra læves, planæ. Pori ...
This species, as has been observed by M. Bibron, who first described it, may be at once distinguished from every other by the character of the scales of the head, which, instead of lying flat, with the edges in contact, are all of them imbricated and carinated. Another obvious distinguishing character, is the narrow line of prominent scales running the whole length of the body on each side, forming a sort of pectinated lateral crest, from which circumstance it has derived its name.. Found by Mr. Darwin, at Bahia Blanca, and Port Desire in Patagonia.. GENUS-DIPLOLÆMUS. Bell.. Caput breve, latum, subtriangulare. Aures parvæ, ovatæ, margine lævi. Nares magnæ, rotundæ. Collum infrà transversè, ad latera longitudinalitèr plicatum. Corpus subdepressum, non cristatum. Cauda teres, breviuscula, lævis. Pedes breves, robusti. Squamæ capitis numerosæ, parvæ, rotundatæ, non imbricatæ-corporis atque caudæ suprà minimæ, læves, convexæ, paulò imbricatæ, infra læves, planæ. Pori ...
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Citation: Sood, S., Kuraparthy, V., Bai, G., Gill, B.S. 2009. The Major Threshability Genes Soft Glume (sog) and Tenacious Glume (Tg), of Diploid and Polyploid Wheat, Trace Their Origin to Independent Mutations at Non-Orthogous Loci. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 119:341-351 Interpretive Summary: Wilde wheat species are difficult to thresh whereas our modern cultivated wheat varieties are easy to thresh. It is thought that threshability was an important trait for wheat to become a major grain crop for human consumption. The floret of wild wheat is enclosed by tough glumes that make spikes difficult to thresh, whereas cultivated wheat has soft glumes and is free-threshing. In this report, we identified the chromosome locations of the soft glume (sog)gene of a diploid wheat relative, Triticum monococcum and tenacious glume (Tg) gene of common wheat using chromosome-specific molecular markers. The sog gene was located close to the centromere on chromosome 2AS of T., monococcum whereas Tg was ...
Smug...haughty...and...not the bit remorseful...such were the adjectives describing Police Chief Bratton as he discussed the death of a father of 6 children...a death caused by the New York Police Department. The Chief had the audacity...the unmitigated temerity to say the Department had told its officers not to use the CHOKE HOLD...a definite LIE...a BIG LIE...and...obvious to anyone to be a LIE when they watch on VIDEO that police officer grabs that father of 6 children by the neck and the other accompanying officers dont say anything about it...even when that father of 6 children was begging for his life proclaiming he couldnt breathe. None of those scumbags told that jersey-wearing officer to cease the CHOKE HOLD...something they obvious would have done had there been such a PROHIBITION AGAINST CHOKE HOLD as described by LIAR-BRATTON ...
Everyone that I know that is being treated for sleep apnea was diagnosed by their sleeping partner. Theres something horrible about being woken up by you sweeties snore, only to hear him choke as he attempts to inhale, and chokes, and chokes, and inhales thank all the gods. Thats how I got diagnosed. Even if youre not having sleep or fatigue issues, treating sleep apnea turns out to be important. Breathing is important, and if you dont do it often enough, your body might become so annoyed that it quits, too. Im not talking about dying of suffocation. Theres a correlation between untreated sleep apnea and heart attacks, and other sudden ways to drop dead. Maybe the body is very jealous, and when you wont breathe with it, its just certain youre seeing someone else.. Another of the annoying things about sleep disorders is that they tend to come in clusters. Ive had three or four diagnoses, by now. The diagnosis appears to depend on the mood and specialty of the doctor on any given ...
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/csc2.20239 Interpretive Summary: Perennial crops have potential to reduce erosion, water pollution, and carbon emissions, and cropping inputs as compared to annual crops. All common grain crops are annuals. However, a perennial forage grass, Kernza, may be useful for producing grain for people and forage for animal feed. We found that forage harvest and nitrogen fertilizer applications did not affect the wheatgrasss belowground biomass that it relies upon for regrowth. Forage harvest did not affect grain yield, indicating that Kernza wheatgrass could be a viable dual-use crop. Development of dual-use crops such as Kernza wheatgrass has potential to provide an important food source for people and animals as it improves the environmental impact of cropping the land. Technical Abstract: Intermediate wheatgrass is a cool-season perennial forage grass, whose grain is commercialized in the US as Kernza. Its extensive root system may help reducing soil erosion, water ...
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Three recently published papers by the Southwest Biological Science Center illustrate how genetics can aid in plant restoration efforts in the arid American West. Collectively, the papers reveal genetic variation of a bunchgrass species used in restoration efforts, evidence for hybridization between two species of grass used in restoration, and a discussion of seed transfer zones. ...
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Wheatgrass is just the young grass of the wheat plant, Triticum aestivum. As wheatgrass itself cannot be eaten as it is tough to digest. Interestingly, it is quite easy to grow indoors and outdoors by putting wheat seeds in water and then harvesting the leaves. Its mostly consumed as a fresh juice, but it also comes
I recently treated a cat who was in a bad way. The owner had known something was wrong with her cat for several days. The cat was outside and he wouldnt come in. The owner couldnt catch the cat initially, but finally he became so weak that he stood motionless in the back yard. The owner brought him to the emergency clinic.. Although he was very lethargic and dehydrated, he became extremely agitated when I tried to handle his face and mouth. Bloody saliva trailed from his lips. His breath was horrible. He was struggling to breathe. I suspected he had foreign matter lodged in his mouth or throat.. We administered a pain killer that also is a tranquilizer. Very basic blood work (a rapid panel called an iSTAT - this matter was too urgent to run full blood tests) was normal. We began to administer IV fluids, and then I gave a dose of propofol (an intravenous anesthetic). I finally was able to look in his mouth.. Several small bones were lodged in the back of the mouth. They were partially ...
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Over six months, Jessie, but I dont know exactly how old. They dont tend to choke because they are in charge and their gagging reflex and tongue thrust pushes food out that they have difficulties with, in fact according to Gill Rapley babies fed by others on purees choke more often because they are still sucking back food. Have a look round the site and see what you think, give us a shout if you have more questions.. ...
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And on it went: wind chokes - moves that compress the trachea; blood chokes - moves that restrict blood flow, causing an opponent to pass out; how to deliver a blow to an attackers head. The best way to avoid breaking a knuckle? Hit with the bottom of the palm instead of a fist.. Move, block, strike.. For flight attendants more accustomed to caring for passengers rather than cold-cocking them, the lessons required a shift in thinking.. Dont be nice with that arm, Armstrong shouted as the group broke into pairs to practice dodging hits. You want to put this person on the defensive, not the opposite.. Like others in the class, Gangler never thought hed need to know self-defense to do his job. But these days, he and others said, flights are more crowded, space on planes more confined, and passengers sometimes more short-tempered and less patient. And even though more than a decade has passed since Sept. 11, terrorist attacks are always on their minds, they added.. Even so, Gangler said it ...
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Do you normally have no trouble with Sarr. Seedlings? If so, than some likely possibilities are either you have changed something in your growing practices, ie different soil, or something else has been introduced outside of you, maybe the Utric. or maybe a sneaky pest like fungus gnat larvae chewing roots ...
Runners of Copenhagens popular DHL Relay Race are exposed to so many particles that they might as well be exercising in diesel fumes at a train platform. That is according to measurements made by a University of Copenhagen chemistry student.
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Further complicating the sand-control dilemma is the notion that sand can be managed rather than controlled, an idea that appeals to some in the industry who believe that managing versus controlling sand can reduce the completions complexity and cost.. Managing sand means we wont install sand-control measures, and we will operate the well by reducing the drawdown and the choke, Mr Rivas explained. Well have sand detectors in the tree, at the platform, in the flowline, and we will dial that wells operating condition in to where we will limit the amount of sand that well produces to a pound per barrel or a pound per five barrels, or whatever the surface facilities can handle.. That approach has been used in the North Sea, but formations there behave differently from those in the GOM. The North Sea wells in which sand management has been successful can be operated in such a manner that when they start producing too much sand, the operators can choke them back and reduce the amount of sand ...
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... sand dunes with Agropyron spp., lyme grass (Elymus arenarius) and marram (Ammophila arenaria). The adjacent waters north to the ...
Tsyplenkov, A. "Diseases." AgroAtlas - Relatives - Agropyron Cristatum (L). Gaertn. - Crested Wheat Grass., 2018, www.agroatlas ...
The larvae feed on Agropyron, Bromus, Hordeum vulgare, Melica, Secale cereale and Triticum aestivum. They possibly mine the ...
2 (TL2), Louis Embeerger is the authority for 168 taxa, such as Agropyron pseudofestucoides Emb. The standard author ...
Agropyron species. *Triticum species. Migration[edit]. The Hipparchia semele often migrates in small groups of two or three, ...
Agropyron aucheri. Agropyron ciliatiflorum Agropyron gentryi. Agropyron glaucum Agropyron intermedium Agropyron podperae ... Agropyron pulcherrimum. Agropyron trichophorum Elymus hispidus Elytrigia intermedia Common names[edit]. Intermediate wheatgrass ...
Native grasses and herbs include Bromus inermis, Agropyron mongolicum, A. cristatum, Festuca arundinacea, Elymus dahuricus, ...
Acostia Acrachne Acritochaete Acroceras Actinocladum Aegilops Aegopogon Aeluropus Afrotrichloris Agenium Agnesia Agropyron ...
Agropyron (wheatgrass), Bromus (bromegrasses), Elymus (wildrye), Festuca (fescues), Hordeum (barleys), Lolium (ryegrasses), Poa ...
Lr29 Agropyron elongatum. *Lr32 Triticum tauschii. *Rja stebla. *Sr2 Triticum turgidum (»Hope« ) McFadden, E. S. (1930) J. Am. ...
... but also shows introgression from Australian and Agropyron wheatgrasses.[6] Elymus contains mostly Pseudoroegeneria mtDNA.[7] ...
Agropyron repens) or creeping buttercup (Ranunculus repens) store reserves of food, and are thus able to persist in drought or ...
Once an extensive prairie composed of mid-length perennial grasses such as Bluebunch wheatgrass (Agropyron spicatum) and Idaho ...
Aphantopus hyperantus is a medium-sized butterfly with a wingspan of up to 35 to 42 millimeters. The wing upper and lower sides are solid brown with small, yellowish-rimmed eyespots. The newly emerged ringlet has a velvety appearance and is almost black with a white fringe to the wings. The number and size of the eyespots is variable, they may be missing on the upper wing surface. In central Europe and southern England the rare form arete occurs. The eggs are pale yellow when first laid, but become pale brown. The caterpillars are about 25 millimeters long. They are gray or light reddish brown and have dark, reddish brown and very fine dots. Dorsally there is a dark longitudinal line, which is widened at the segment boundaries. Toward the rear, this line is more intensely colored. The head is darker and has several faint longitudinal stripes. ...
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Genus Agropyron Gaertn. - whéatgrass P. *Genus Agrostis L. - bentgrass P. *Genus Aira L. - hairgrass P ...
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Ang Agropyron tanaiticum sakop sa kahenera nga Agropyron sa kabanay nga Poaceae.[3][4] Giklaseklase sa IUCN ang espesye sa ... 1.0 1.1 Agropyron tanaiticum. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. International Union for Conservation of ... Espesye sa balili ang Agropyron tanaiticum[2]. Una ning gihulagway ni Sergej Arsenjevitj Nevskij. ... Gikuha gikan sa "https://ceb.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Agropyron_tanaiticum&oldid=18827324" ...
... ». The Plant List. Consultáu'l 17 de xunetu de 2015. *↑ «Agropyron cristatum». Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: ... Wikispecies tien un artículu sobre Agropyron cristatum.. *. Wikimedia Commons acueye conteníu multimedia sobre Agropyron ... Agropyron: nome xenéricu que deriva de les pallabres griegues: agros = "campu, país" y pyron = "granu de trigu".[16] ... Agropyron cristatum describióse por (L.) Gaertn. y espublizóse en Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperalis ...
Agropyron, Agropyropsis, Agrostis, Agrostopoa, Aira, Airopsis, Alexfloydia, Alloeochaete, Allolepis, Alloteropsis, Alopecurus, ...
Agropyron Gaertn. - agropiro[7]. *Agropyropsis (Trab.) A. Camus - agropiropso. *Agrositanion - agrositanio. *Agrostis L. - ...
... (Dum., 1823). Synonyms: Triticum litorale Host, 1809; Triticum pycnanthum Godr., 1854; Triticum repens L. ...
Soreng, R. J., G. Davidse, P. M. Peterson, F. O. Zuloaga, E. J. Judziewicz, T. S. Filgueiras & O. Morrone. 2003 and onwards. On-line taxonomic novelties and updates, distributional additions and corrections, and editorial changes since the four published volumes of the Catalogue of New World Grasses (Poaceae) published in Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. vols. 39, 41, 46, and 48. http://www.tropicos.org/Project/CNWG:. In R. J. Soreng, G. Davidse, P. M. Peterson, F. O. Zuloaga, T. S. Filgueiras, E. J. Judziewicz & O. Morrone (eds.) Internet Cat. New World Grasses. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. ...
Several species, including desert wheatgrass (Agropyron desertorum) and crested wheatgrass (A. cristatum), are good forage ... genus Agropyron), genus of wheatlike grasses in the family Poaceae, found throughout the North Temperate Zone. ... Alternative Title: Agropyron. Wheatgrass, (genus Agropyron), genus of wheatlike grasses in the family Poaceae, found throughout ... Agropyron. , Bouteloua. , and Koeleria. . Mixed prairie gave way in the north to a fescue prairie with Festuca. and ...
C-banding and in-situ hybridization analyses of Agropyron intermedium, a partial wheat x Ag. intermedium amphiploid, and six ... Compensation indices of radiation-induced wheat-Agropyron elongatum translocations conferring resistance to leaf rust and stem ...
Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn., A. desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult., and related taxa] often exists in near monoculture ... Crested wheatgrass [Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn., A. desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult., and related taxa] often exists in ...
This allows us to ship hay containing agropyron species of forages. This system also allows for the material to be mixed and ... The reason that this material was not readily available before was the high variability and the high incidence of agropyron ...
Agropyron elongatum). Soils spiked with 14C-4, 5, 9, 10-Pyr were amended with 7.5% (w/w) PMC together with or without 100 mg kg ...
We report the relationship of ash, silicon (Si) concentration, and Si uptake to W in crested wheatgrass (Agropyron desertorum [ ...
Agropyron cimmericum is endemic to a small area in Crimea and the northern coast of the Asov Sea where it is confined to sand ... Agropyron cimmericum. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2011: e.T176547A7263874. . Downloaded on 19 March 2018.. ... Agropyron cimmericum Nevski is a tertiary wild relative of bread wheat, Triticum aestivum L. ssp. aestivum, durum wheat, T. ... The genus Agropyron is listed in Annex I of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture as ...
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Agropyron fragile in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Agropyron_fragile&oldid=3503843" ...
... Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank SPECIES Published in Boiss. In: Diagn. Pl. Orient. 13: 68. ( ...
Hydroponic culture was applied to compare the efficiency of K2EDTA and citrate in mobilizing Pb for accumulation in Agropyron ... Chelator-Enhanced Lead Accumulation in Agropyron Elongatum cv. Szarvasi-1 in Hydroponic Culture ...
Published In: Revista del Museo de La Plata (Nueva Serie), Sección Botánica 3: 14, f. 2-3. 1940. (Revista Mus. La Plata, Secc. Bot.) ...
Agropyron cristatum subsp. pectinatum (M. Bieb.) Tzvelev. Sinonimi: Agropyron imbricatum Roem. & Schult.; Agropyron pectinatum ... Agropyron cristatum subsp. pectinatum (M. Bieb.) Tzvelev. Sinonimi: Agropyron imbricatum Roem. & Schult.; Agropyron ... Agropyron imbricatum Roem. & Schult.; Agropyron pectinatum (M. Bieb.) P. Beauv.; Agropyron pectiniforme Roem. & Schult.; ... Agropyron pungens (Pers.) Roem. & Schult. Foto visualizzata 302 volte. Agropyron repens (L.) P. Beauv. Foto visualizzata 544 ...
Löve, Agropyron cristatum var. fragile (Roth) Dorn, Agropyron fragile subsp. mongolicum , Agropyron fragile subsp. sibiricum ( ... Willd.) A.Melderis, Agropyron fragile var. sibiricum , Agropyron mongolicum Keng, Agropyron sibiricum P.Beauv., Eremopyrum ... Agropyron cristatum subsp. fragile (Roth) Á.Löve, more, Agropyron cristatum subsp. sibiricum (Willd.) Á. ... Agropyron fragile is native from the southern Volga basin through the Caucasus to Turkmenistan and Mongolia. It is more drought ...
Agropyron violaceum var. major Vasey. Taxonomic Serial No.: 798778 (Download Help) Agropyron violaceum var. major TSN 798778 ...
Agropyron tenerum ssp. trichocoleum Piper. Taxonomic Serial No.: 797489 (Download Help) Agropyron tenerum ssp. trichocoleum TSN ...
Agropyron mongolicum Keng. = Agropyron sibiricum (Willd.) P. Beauv.. Agropyron x hybrid auct. Views: 103 Graminoid - Perennial ... Agropyron pectinatum (M. Bieb.) P. Beauv.. = Agropyron pectiniforme Roem. &. Schult.. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. ssp. ... Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Views: 567 Graminoid - Perennial. crested wheatgrass. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. ssp. ... Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. var. desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Dorn. Agropyron fragile (Roth) P. Candargy Views: 319 ...
Agropyron intermedium var. longearistatum (Posp.) Hayek is an unresolved name* This name is unresolved. ...
non (L.) Gaertn.; Agropyron cristatum subsp. pectinatum (M. Bieb.) Tzvelev; Agropyron pectiniforme Roem. et Schult.; ... Triticum pectinatum M. Bieb.; Agropyron cristatum auct. ... Úvodná stránka » Atlas húb » Atlas húb - Zoznam » Agropyron ...
Ang Agropyron tanaiticum sakop sa kahenera nga Agropyron sa kabanay nga Poaceae.[3][4] Giklaseklase sa IUCN ang espesye sa ... 1.0 1.1 Agropyron tanaiticum. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. International Union for Conservation of ... Espesye sa balili ang Agropyron tanaiticum[2]. Una ning gihulagway ni Sergej Arsenjevitj Nevskij. ... Gikuha gikan sa "https://ceb.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Agropyron_tanaiticum&oldid=18827324" ...
Agropyron desertorum cv. Nordan had been conducted. The results show that separately or mixedly applying N?P?K to both seed ... Agropyron desertorum cv. Nordan. Spraying of trace elements like B?Zn?Mo did not distinctly augment the seed germination rate ... Agropyron desertorum cv. Novdan. Spraying of 0.05% concentration of Mn on Elymus sibiricus seed plot evidently decreased its ... Effects of Fertilizer Applications on the Seed Germination of Elymus sibiricus and Agropyron desertorum. ...
The use of flow cytometry to characterize nuclear genome of Agropyron cristatum, a wild relative of wheat. Said M., Vrána J., ... Abstract: Crested wheat grass (Agropyron cristatum) is a wild relative of wheat which exhibits large genetic variation and ... The use of flow cytometry to characterize nuclear genome of Agropyron cristatum, a wild relative of wheat ... The use of flow cytometry to characterize nuclear genome of Agropyron cristatum, a wild relative of wheat ...
"Genome sequences of Agropyron mosaic virus and Hordeum mosaic virus support reciprocal monophyly of the genera Potyvirus and ... Genome sequences of Agropyron mosaic virus and Hordeum mosaic virus support reciprocal monophyly... French, R.; Stenger, D. C. ... Genome sequences of Agropyron mosaic virus and Hordeum mosaic virus support reciprocal monophyly of the genera Potyvirus and ... Genome sequences of Agropyron mosaic virus and Hordeum mosaic virus support reciprocal monophyly of the genera Potyvirus and ...
... - šukavarpis valkūnas statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Miglinių šeimos pašarinis augalas (Agropyron ... Agropyron cristatum - Kammquecke Kammquecke (Agropyron cristatum) Systematik Ordnung: Süßgrasartige (Poales) … Deutsch ... Agropyron cristatum var. imbricatum - ID 1936 Symbol Key AGCRI Common Name N/A Family Poaceae Category Monocot Division ... Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. - Symbol AGCR Common Name crested wheatgrass Botanical Family Poaceae … Scientific plant list ...
Synonyms: Agropyron inerme, Agropyron spicatum , Agropyron spicatum var. inerme, Agropyron spicatum var. pubescens, Agropyron ...
Agropyron cristatum». The Plant List. Consultául 17 de xunetu de 2015. *↑ «Agropyron cristatum». Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: ... Wikispecies tien un artículu sobre Agropyron cristatum.. *. Wikimedia Commons acueye conteníu multimedia sobre Agropyron ... Agropyron: nome xenéricu que deriva de les pallabres griegues: agros = "campu, país" y pyron = "granu de trigu".[16] ... Agropyron cristatum describióse por (L.) Gaertn. y espublizóse en Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperalis ...
Agropyron cristatum is a wild grass of the tribe Triticeae that is widely grown in harsh environments. As a wild relative of ... Agropyron cristatum is a wild grass of the tribe Triticeae that is widely grown in harsh environments. As a wild relative of ... Physical Mapping of a Novel Locus Conferring Leaf Rust Resistance on the Long Arm of Agropyron cristatum Chromosome 2P. Bo ... Chromosomal localization of genes conferring desirable agronomic traits from Agropyron cristatum chromosome 1P. Cuili Pan, Qing ...
Agropyron deweyi Á.Löve, moreAvena cristata Roem. & Schult., Eremopyrum cristatum (L.) Willk. & Lange, Triticum cristatum (L.) ...
The dried rhizome and roots of Agropyron repens (Linné), Beauvois (Triticum repens, Linné); (Nat. Ord. Gramineae). A native of ...
Agropyron cristatum1, Allium sp. 1, Alopecurus pratensis1, Aneurolepidium chinense1, Avena sativa1 Bromus inermis1, B. ...
Agropyron cristatum subsp. desertorum (L.) Gaertn., Agropyron cristatum var. desertorum (L.) Gaertn., Agropyron desertorum ( ... Etymology: Agropyron: from the Greek agrios, meaning "wild," and pyros meaning "wheat". Plants: perennial grass. ...
... sand dunes with Agropyron spp., lyme grass (Elymus arenarius) and marram (Ammophila arenaria). The adjacent waters north to the ...
COUCH GRASS - Agropyron repens - (AGRIADA) - Grass Family. Common names: dog grass, quackgrass. HISTORY OF USE. Couch grass has ... ":"Couch Grass - Agriada (Agropyron Repens) - 40 grams","handle":"agriada-agropyron-repens-40-grams", "description":"\u003cb\ ... ":"Couch Grass - Agriada (Agropyron Repens) - 40 grams - 40g","public_title":"40g","options":["40g"],"price":600,"weight":40," ... ":"Couch Grass - Agriada (Agropyron Repens) - 40 grams - 1oz","public_title":"1oz","options":["1oz"],"price":99,"weight":40," ...
Synonym(s): Agropyron molle, Agropyron smithii, Agropyron smithii var. molle, Agropyron smithii var. palmeri, Elymus smithii, ...
Agropyron species. *Triticum species. Migration[edit]. The Hipparchia semele often migrates in small groups of two or three, ...
  • Several species, including desert wheatgrass ( Agropyron desertorum ) and crested wheatgrass ( A. cristatum ), are good forage plants and are often used as soil binders in the western United States . (britannica.com)
  • We report the relationship of ash, silicon (Si) concentration, and Si uptake to W in crested wheatgrass (Agropyron desertorum [Fischer ex Link] Schultes), an important C3 range grass in western North America. (usda.gov)
  • These include bluebunch wheatgrass ( Pseudoroegneria spicata , formerly Agropyron spicatum ), western wheatgrass ( Pascopyrum smithii , formerly A. smithii ), and slender wheatgrass ( Elymus trachycaulus , formerly A. trachycaulum ), all of which are useful forage plants. (britannica.com)
  • Crested wheatgrass [ Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. (sdstate.edu)
  • 1994. Catálogo de la familia Poaceae en la República Argentina. (tropicos.org)
  • Ang Agropyron tanaiticum sakop sa kahenera nga Agropyron sa kabanay nga Poaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Agropyron cristatum ye una especie de yerba perteneciente a la familia Poaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Wheatgrass , (genus Agropyron ), genus of wheatlike grasses in the family Poaceae , found throughout the North Temperate Zone. (britannica.com)
  • Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertner, a perennial grass in the tribe Triticeae (Poaceae), is a wild relative of cereal crops that is suitable for genetic improvement. (sicau.edu.cn)
  • Genotyping-by-Sequencing Enhances Genetic Diversity Analysis of Crested Wheatgrass [Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Several species, including desert wheatgrass ( Agropyron desertorum ) and crested wheatgrass ( A. cristatum ), are good forage plants and are often used as soil binders in the western United States . (britannica.com)
  • These include bluebunch wheatgrass ( Pseudoroegneria spicata , formerly Agropyron spicatum ), western wheatgrass ( Pascopyrum smithii , formerly A. smithii ), and slender wheatgrass ( Elymus trachycaulus , formerly A. trachycaulum ), all of which are useful forage plants. (britannica.com)
  • A computer simulation of bluebunch wheatgrass (Agropyron. (ubc.ca)
  • A computer model was developed for bluebunch wheatgrass (Agropyron spicatum (Pursh) Scribn. (ubc.ca)
  • Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. (altervista.org)
  • Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Genus Agropyron Gaertn. (usda.gov)
  • Experiments of applying N?P?K,separately or mixedly, or employing N, or spraying trace elements B?Zn?Mo at various stages of growth at the seed plots of Elymus sibiricus and Agropyron desertorum cv. (cnki.com.cn)
  • Application of N at Elymus sibiricus plants' heading stage enhanced their seed germination rate and speed, though not so to the heading stage of Agropyron desertorum cv. (cnki.com.cn)
  • Spraying of 0.05% concentration of Mn on Elymus sibiricus seed plot evidently decreased its seed germination rate and speed, but positively raised those of Agropyron desertorum cv. (cnki.com.cn)
  • Gould, Elymus canadensis L., Elymus interruptus Buckley, Agropyron junceum (L.) P. Beauv. (berkeley.edu)
  • The genus Agropyron is listed in Annex I of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture as part of the wheat gene pool. (iucnredlist.org)
  • Agropyron fragile in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN) , U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. (wikimedia.org)
  • Agropyron fragile is native from the southern Volga basin through the Caucasus to Turkmenistan and Mongolia. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • Genome sequences of Agropyron mosaic virus and Hordeum mosaic virus support reciprocal monophyly. (deepdyve.com)
  • To address this issue, complete genome sequences of the rymoviruses Agropyron mosaic virus (AgMV) and Hordeum mosaic virus (HoMV) were determined. (deepdyve.com)
  • Crested wheat grass (Agropyron cristatum) is a wild relative of wheat which exhibits large genetic variation and offers a pool of alleles and genes for wheat improvement. (cas.cz)
  • De novo transcriptome sequencing of Agropyron cristatum to identify available gene resources for the enhancement of wheat. (semanticscholar.org)
  • The blue grain gene Ba was transferred to bread wheat from Agropyron spp. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • ITIS Standard Report Page: Agropyron violaceum var. (itis.gov)
  • Agropyron violaceum var. (itis.gov)
  • Agropyron cristatum is a wild grass of the tribe Triticeae that is widely grown in harsh environments. (semanticscholar.org)