A plant genus of the family POACEAE.

Using empirical data to model transgene dispersal. (1/26)

One element of the current public debate about genetically modified crops is that gene flow from transgenic cultivars into surrounding weed populations will lead to more problematic weeds, particularly for traits such as herbicide resistance. Evolutionary biologists can inform this debate by providing accurate estimates of gene flow potential and subsequent ecological performance of resulting hybrids. We develop a model for gene flow incorporating exponential distance and directional effects to be applied to windpollinated species. This model is applied to previously published data on gene flow in experimental plots of Agrostis stolonifera L. (creeping bentgrass), which assessed gene flow from transgenic plants resistant to the herbicide glufosinate to surrounding non-transgenic plants. Our results show that although pollen dispersal can be limited in some sites, it may be extensive in others, depending on local conditions such as exposure to wind. Thus, hybridization under field conditions is likely to occur. Given the nature of the herbicide resistance trait, we regard this trait as unlikely to persist in the absence of herbicide, and suggest that the ecological consequences of such gene flow are likely to be minimal.  (+info)

Heat sensitivity in a bentgrass variant. Failure to accumulate a chloroplast heat shock protein isoform implicated in heat tolerance. (2/26)

Two variants of creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera cv palustris), developed using tissue culture, have been used to determine the roles of chloroplast-localized small heat shock proteins (CP-sHSPs) in heat tolerance. Results from previous research indicate that the heat-tolerant variant expressed two additional CP-sHSP isoforms not expressed in the heat-sensitive variant, that accumulation of the additional CP-sHSP isoforms was genetically linked to thermotolerance, and that the presence of the additional isoforms in the heat-tolerant variant provided greater protection to photosystem II during heat stress. To determine the basis of the differential expression, we isolated the genes encoding the CP-sHSPs from both variants and characterized their structure and expression. Two genes, ApHsp26.2 and ApHsp26.7a, were isolated from the heat-tolerant variant, and three genes, ApHsp26.2m, ApHsp26.8, and ApHsp26.7b, were isolated from the heat-sensitive variant. The sequence of ApHsp26.2m from the heat-sensitive variant was identical to ApHsp26.2, except for a point mutation that generated a premature stop codon. Therefore, the protein product of ApHsp26.2m did not accumulate in the heat-sensitive line. Mass spectrometry analysis confirmed that ApHsp26.2 encoded for the CP-sHSP isoforms unique to the heat-tolerant variant. An identical mutation was detected in one of the three parental lines used to develop the creeping bentgrass variants. This suggests that ApHsp26.2m was inherited from this parent and did not arise from a mutation that occurred during tissue culture. The presence of two isoforms encoded by the same gene might be due to differential processing of the N-terminal amino acids during or after import into the chloroplast.  (+info)

Evidence for landscape-level, pollen-mediated gene flow from genetically modified creeping bentgrass with CP4 EPSPS as a marker. (3/26)

Sampling methods and results of a gene flow study are described that will be of interest to plant scientists, evolutionary biologists, ecologists, and stakeholders assessing the environmental safety of transgenic crops. This study documents gene flow on a landscape level from creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.), one of the first wind-pollinated, perennial, and highly outcrossing transgenic crops being developed for commercial use. Most of the gene flow occurred within 2 km in the direction of prevailing winds. The maximal gene flow distances observed were 21 km and 14 km in sentinel and resident plants, respectively, that were located in primarily nonagronomic habitats. The selectable marker used in these studies was the CP4 EPSPS gene derived from Agrobacterium spp. strain CP4 that encodes 5-enol-pyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase and confers resistance to glyphosate herbicide. Evidence for gene flow to 75 of 138 sentinel plants of A. stolonifera and to 29 of 69 resident Agrostis plants was based on seedling progeny survival after spraying with glyphosate in greenhouse assays and positive TraitChek, PCR, and sequencing results. Additional studies are needed to determine whether introgression will occur and whether it will affect the ecological fitness of progeny or the structure of plant communities in which transgenic progeny may become established.  (+info)

Comparison of early development of three grasses: Lolium perenne, Agrostis stolonifera and Poa pratensis. (4/26)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: To improve the management of grass communities, early plant development was compared in three species with contrasting growth forms, a caespitose (Lolium perenne), a rhizomatous (Poa pratensis) and a caespitose-stoloniferous species (Agrostis stolonifera). METHODS: Isolated seedlings were grown in a glasshouse without trophic constraints for 37 d (761 degrees Cd). The appearance of leaves and their location on tillers were recorded. Leaf appearance rate (LAR) on the tillers and site-filling were calculated. Tillering was modelled based on the assumption that tiller number increases with the number of leaves produced on the seedling main stem. Above- and below-ground parts were harvested to compare biomass. KEY RESULTS: Lolium perenne and A. stolonifera expressed similar bunch-type developments. However, root biomass was approx. 30 % lower in A. stolonifera than in L. perenne. Poa pratensis was rhizomatous. Nevertheless, the ratio of above-ground : below-ground biomass of P. pratensis was similar to that of L. perenne. LAR was approximately equal to 0.30 leaf d(-1) in L. perenne, and on the main stem and first primary tillers of A. stolonifera. LAR on the other tillers of A. stolonifera was 30 % higher than on L. perenne. For P. pratensis, LAR was 30 % lower than on L. perenne, but the interval between the appearance of two successive shoots from rhizomes was 30 % higher than the interval between two successive leaf stages on the main stem. Above-ground parts of P. pratensis first grew slower than in the other species to the benefit of the rhizomes, whose development enhanced tiller production. CONCLUSIONS: Lolium perenne had the fastest tiller production at the earliest stages of seedling development. Agrostis stolonifera and P. pratensis compensated almost completely for the delay due to higher LAR on tillers or ramets compared with L. perenne. This study provides a basis for modelling plant development.  (+info)

Identification of a gene in the process of being lost from the genus Agrostis. (5/26)

Lineage-specific gene loss is considered one of the processes contributing to speciation and genome diversity. Such gene loss has been inferred from interspecies comparisons of orthologous DNA segments. Examples of intraspecific gene loss are rare. Here we report identification of a gene, designated Crs-1 (creeping specific-1), that appears to be in the process of being lost from heterozygous populations of the species creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera). The Crs-1 gene encodes a protein with an N-terminal dirigent protein domain and a C-terminal lectin domain and is similar to the maize (Zea mays) beta-glucosidase aggregating factor. Most individual creeping bentgrass plants examined are lacking Crs-1. Some individuals are hemizygous for the Crs-1 locus, indicating major haplotype noncolinearity at that locus. Crs-1 was not detected in several other Agrostis species, indicating it is being lost from the genus. The Crs-1 locus in creeping bentgrass provides a rare example of the evolutionary process of gene loss occurring within a plant species.  (+info)

Root respiratory characteristics associated with plant adaptation to high soil temperature for geothermal and turf-type Agrostis species. (6/26)

Respiration is a major avenue of carbohydrates loss. The objective of the present study was to examine root respiratory characteristics associated with root tolerance to high soil temperature for two Agrostis species: thermal Agrostis scabra, a species adapted to high-temperature soils in geothermal areas in Yellowstone National Park, and two cultivars ('L-93' and 'Penncross') of a cool-season turfgrass species, A. stolonifera (creeping bentgrass), that differ in their heat sensitivity. Roots of thermal A. scabra and both creeping bentgrass cultivars were exposed to high (37 degrees C) or low soil temperature (20 degrees C). Total root respiration rate and specific respiratory costs for maintenance and ion uptake increased with increasing soil temperatures in both species. The increases in root respiratory rate and costs for maintenance and ion uptake were less pronounced for A. scabra than for both creeping bentgrass cultivars (e.g. respiration rate increased by 50% for A. scabra upon exposure to high temperature for 28 d, as compared with 99% and 107% in 'L-93' and 'Penncross', respectively). Roots of A. scabra exhibited higher tolerance to high soil temperature than creeping bentgrass, as manifested by smaller decreases in relative growth rate, cell membrane stability, maximum root length, and nitrate uptake under high soil temperature. The results suggest that acclimation of respiratory carbon metabolism plays an important role in root survival of Agrostis species under high soil temperatures, particularly for the thermal grass adaptation to chronically high soil temperatures. The ability of roots to tolerate high soil temperatures could be related to the capacity to control respiratory rates and increase respiratory efficiency by lowering maintenance and ion uptake costs.  (+info)

Lifetime reproductive success and density-dependent, multi-variable resource selection. (7/26)

Individuals are predicted to maximize lifetime reproductive success (LRS) through selective use of resources; however, a wide range of ecological and social processes may prevent individuals from always using the highest-quality resources available. Resource selection functions (RSFs) estimate the relative amount of time an individual spends using a resource as a function of the proportional availability of that resource. We quantified the association between LRS and coefficients of individual-based RSFs describing lifetime resource selection for 267 female red deer (Cervus elaphus) of the Isle of Rum, Scotland, from 1970 to 2001. LRS was significantly related to first- and second-order effects of selection for Agrostis/Festuca grassland and proximity to the sea coast (quality of forage within Agrostis/Festuca grassland was highest nearest the coast (ratio of short:long grassland)). The benefits of selecting for quality in Agrostis/Festuca grassland, however, traded-off with increases in LRS gained by avoiding conspecific density. LRS was inversely associated with local density, which was highest along the coast, and reproductive benefits of selecting Agrostis/Festuca grassland diminished with increasing density. We discuss the relevance of these results to our understanding of the spatial distribution of red deer abundance, and potential applications of our approach to evolutionary and applied ecology.  (+info)

Engineered crops: transgenes go wild. (8/26)

Genetically modified Agrostis stolonifera has escaped from cultivation. For the first time, a herbicide-resistant perennial weed has established itself in wild populations.  (+info)

'Agrostis' is a genus of plants, commonly known as bentgrasses. These grasses are native to many parts of the world and are often used in lawns, golf courses, and other landscaped areas due to their fine texture and ability to tolerate close mowing. They are also an important food source for many species of wildlife.

In a medical context, 'Agrostis' is not commonly used as it is not a substance or process that directly relates to human health or disease. However, like all plants, bentgrasses do contain various compounds that may have potential medicinal properties. For example, some species of Agrostis have been found to contain antioxidant compounds that could potentially have health benefits. However, more research is needed to confirm these effects and determine their safety and effectiveness as treatments for any specific medical conditions.

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... is a species of grass in the family Poaceae. It is found in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Its natural habitat ... Cheek, M.; Cable, S. (2000). "Agrostis mannii". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2000: e.T39562A10248725. doi:10.2305/IUCN. ... Agrostis, Flora of Cameroon, Flora of Equatorial Guinea, Near threatened plants, Taxonomy articles created by Polbot, All stub ...
... , the bristle bent, is a species of grass in the family Poaceae native to Eurasia. It is densely tufted, with ... "Agrostis curtisii Kerguélen". Grasses of The British Isles By Tom Cope & Alan Gray, 2009 Botanical Society of the British Isles ...
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... is a species of grass known by the common name small-leaf bentgrass. It is native to western North America ... Agrostis microphylla is native to western North America: the Aleutian Islands, British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, California ... "Agrostis microphylla", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2018-01-16 Jepson ... Agrostis, Flora of the Aleutian Islands, Flora of British Columbia, Flora of Oregon, Flora of Washington (state), Flora of ...
"NatureServe Explorer - Agrostis oregonensis". NatureServe Explorer Agrostis oregonensis. NatureServe. 2022-05-30. Retrieved 30 ... Agrostis oregonensis is a species of grass known by the common name Oregon bent grass. It is native to western North America ... Agrostis, Bunchgrasses of North America, Native grasses of California, Grasses of the United States, Grasses of Canada, Flora ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Poaceae. It is referred to by the common name cloud grass, and ... "Agrostis nebulosa Boiss. & Reut". Plants of the World Online. The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. n.d. Retrieved ... "Agrostis nebulosa Boiss. & Reut". World Flora Online. The World Flora Online Consortium. n.d. Retrieved September 19, 2020. ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Agrostis nebulosa. Bailey, L. H. (2005). Manual of Gardening (Second Edition). Project ...
... , the upland bentgrass, upland bent, or autumn bent, is a species of flowering plant in the grass family, ... "Agrostis perennans". Flora of Missouri. Retrieved 2010-03-15 - via eFloras.org, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO & ... "Agrostis perennans". Native Plant Database. Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, University of Texas at Austin. Retrieved 2010- ... "Agrostis perennans". Germplasm Resources Information Network. Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of ...
... is a species of grass known by the common name Hoover's bent grass. It is endemic to California, where it is ... Agrostis, Native grasses of California, Endemic flora of California, All stub articles, Pooideae stubs). ...
... , the velvety bentgrass, brown bent or velvet bent, is a species of grass in the family Poaceae. Agrostis canina ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Agrostis canina. Data related to Agrostis canina at Wikispecies (Articles with short ... The range of Agrostis canina covers most of Europe and temperate parts of Asia, and extends from sea level to the alpine zone. ... Agrostis canina is sensitive to drought, but is common in damp places, including ditches and lake margins. The short, green ...
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Treatment of Agrostis + Agrostis exarata USFS: Fire ecology of Agrostis exarata UC Photos gallery - Agrostis exarata v t e ( ... "NatureServe Explorer - Agrostis exarata". NatureServe Explorer Agrostis exarata. NatureServe. 2022-05-30. Retrieved 30 May 2022 ... Agrostis exarata is a species of grass known by the common names spike bentgrass, spike bent, Pacific bentgrass, and spike ... Jepson Manual Treatment Calflora Database: Agrostis exarata (Spike redtop, spike bentgrass) Jepson Manual eFlora (TJM2) ...
... is a species of grass known by the common name Blasdale's bent grass. It is endemic to the coast of northern ... "NatureServe Explorer 2.0". Jepson Manual Treatment Blasdale bentgrass (AGBL) on USDA Plants Profile Photos of agrostis ... Agrostis, Endemic flora of California, Native grasses of California, All stub articles, Pooideae stubs). ...
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Agrostis scabra. Jepson Manual Treatment - Agrostis scabra Agrostis scabra in the ... Agrostis scabra is a common species of grass known by the common names hair grass, rough bent, rough bent grass, winter bent ... Agrostis scabra is a perennial bunchgrass growing mainly upright in form to heights around 75 centimeters. The leaves are rough ... page 479 Grass Manual Treatment Archived June 11, 2011, at the Wayback Machine "Agrostis scabra (rough bentgrass): Go Botany". ...
... is a species of grass in the family Poaceae. It is endemic to Inaccessible and Nightingale Islands, ... "Agrostis trachychlaena". Gallery: Plants in Danger. LiveScience. Retrieved 16 March 2014. v t e v t e (Articles with short ... University of Vienna, Institute of Botany) (2003). "Agrostis trachychlaena". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2003: e. ... Agrostis, Endangered plants, Flora of Tristan da Cunha, Taxonomy articles created by Polbot, All stub articles, British ...
"NatureServe Explorer - Agrostis elliottiana". NatureServe Explorer Agrostis elliottiana. NatureServe. 2022-05-30. Retrieved 30 ... Agrostis elliottiana USDA Plants Profile Agrostis elliottiana - Photo gallery v t e (Webarchive template wayback links, ... Agrostis elliottiana is a species of grass known by the common name Elliott's bent grass. It is a bunchgrass native to various ... Agrostis elliottiana grows in a variety of habitats, including disturbed areas such as roadsides. It is an annual grass growing ...
"Agrostis vinealis". 22. Flora of China: 341, 347, 348. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires ,journal= (help) "Agrostis ... Agrostis vinealis (Chinese: 芒剪股颖; pinyin: mang jian gu ying) is a species of grass known by the common names brown bentgrass ... Agrostis vinealis (Brown Bent). Online Atlas of the British and Irish Flora. 1988. Retrieved November 17, 2013. Schreber (1771 ... ISBN 978-1-84246-652-0. OCLC 1007331209.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: location missing publisher (link) "Agrostis vinealis, Brown ...
... is a species of grass in the family Poaceae. It is found on Gough Island. Jakubowsky, G.; et al. ( ... University of Vienna, Institute of Botany) (2003). "Agrostis goughensis". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2003: e. ... Agrostis, Data deficient plants, Flora of Gough Island, Taxonomy articles created by Polbot, All stub articles, British ...
"Agrostis magellanica ". line. New Zealand Plant Conservation Network. 2010-01-18. Retrieved 2011-01-23. "Agrostis magellanica ... Agrostis magellanica is a species of grass. It has a circumpolar distribution and is native to many subantarctic islands in, ... Agrostis magellanica is a tufted perennial grass, varying in height from 50 to 450 mm and forming short grassland communities. ... Agrostis, Flora of the subantarctic islands, Flora of the Antipodes Islands, Flora of the Auckland Islands, Flora of the ...
... (Bentgrass nematode, seed-gall nematode) is a plant pathogenic nematode. Anguina agrostis was one of the first ... A. agrostis infects bentgrasses within the genus Agrostis as well as annual and perennial ryegrasses (Lolium spp.). The ... Anguina agrostis at University of Nebraska "Anguina agrostis". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved July 22, 2007 ... agrostis parasitism. Galls caused by A. agrostis have glumes that are 4-5 times longer than normal and can cause yield losses ...
"Agrostis castellana Boiss. & Reut". plantnet.org. Pl@ntNet. 2022. Retrieved 28 January 2022. ... Highland Bentgrass "Agrostis ... "Agrostis castellana Boiss. & Reuter". swbiodiversity.org. SEINet Portal Network. Retrieved 28 January 2022. "Agrostis ... Agrostis castellana, the highland bent, dryland bent or dryland browntop, is a species of cool-season grass in the family ... "Agrostis castellana Boiss. & Reut". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 28 January 2022. " ...
... is a species of grass known by the common names Hall's bentgrass, Hall Redtop, and Hall's Bent Grass. It is ... "Agrostis hallii". ucjeps.berkeley.edu. Retrieved 2023-10-16. (Articles with short description, Short description is different ... from Wikidata, NatureServe apparently secure species, Articles with 'species' microformats, Agrostis, Flora of California, ...
... is a species of grass known by the common names of mountain bent grass and alpine bentgrass, which can be ... "Agrostis humilis Vasey". CalFlora. Retrieved November 17, 2013. "Alpine bentgrass". USDA. Plants Profile. Retrieved November 17 ... W.D. Clayton; M. Vorontsova; K.T. Harman; H. Williamson (November 16, 2012). "Agrostis vinealis". The Board of Trustees, Royal ... Agrostis, Flora of the United States, Flora of Canada, Flora of California, Flora without expected TNC conservation status). ...
"Type of Agrostis tolucensis Kunth". JSTOR. July 13, 2011. Retrieved November 17, 2013. Kunth (1815). "Agrostis". 1 (135). Nova ... Agrostis tolucensis is a species of grass which is found in South America, the United States, and Mexico. The plant is ... W.D. Clayton; M. Vorontsova; K.T. Harman; H. Williamson (November 16, 2012). "Agrostis tolucensis". The Board of Trustees, ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Poaceae, endemic to the subantarctic Amsterdam Island. It was ... "Agrostis delislei", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2018-01-19 v t e ( ... Agrostis, Flora of the Amsterdam and Saint Paul islands, Plants described in 1884, All stub articles, Pooideae stubs). ...
Media related to Agrostis gigantea at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Agrostis gigantea at Wikispecies "Agrostis gigantea ... Agrostis gigantea, known by its common names black bent and redtop, is a perennial grass of the Agrostis genus. It is native to ... and it is not always clear precisely what an author means by Agrostis alba or Agrostis stolonifera. Many internet sources[which ... This species is similar to Agrostis stolonifera, with the key difference being that the latter has stolons. In fact the two are ...
"Agrostis stolonifera". MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Ailanthus altissima". MaltaWildPlants.com. ...
... murbeckii Agrostis muscosa Agrostis musjidii Agrostis nebulosa Agrostis nervosa Agrostis nevadensis Agrostis nevskii Agrostis ... Agrostis exserta Agrostis filipes Agrostis flaccida Agrostis foliata Agrostis × fouilladeana Agrostis gelida Agrostis ... Agrostis personata Agrostis peschkovae Agrostis petriei Agrostis philippiana Agrostis pilgeriana Agrostis pilosula Agrostis ... vernalis Agrostis laxissima Agrostis lazica Agrostis lehmannii Agrostis lenis Agrostis leptotricha Agrostis liebmannii Agrostis ...
Jepson Manual Treatment - Agrostis pallens UC Photos gallery - Agrostis pallens (Articles with short description, Short ... "Jepson Manual - AGROSTIS pallens". Jepson Flora Project. University of California. 1993. Retrieved 12 September 2018. "Agrostis ... "NatureServe Explorer - Agrostis pallens". NatureServe Explorer Agrostis pallens. NatureServe. 2022-05-30. Retrieved 30 May 2022 ... Agrostis pallens is a species of grass known by the common name seashore bentgrass. It is native to western North America from ...
... is a species of grass in the family Poaceae. It is found only in Tristan da Cunha. Its natural habitats are ... University of Vienna, Institute of Botany) (2003). "Agrostis media". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2003: e. ... Agrostis, Least concern plants, Flora of Tristan da Cunha, Taxonomy articles created by Polbot, All stub articles, British ...
... is a species of grass that is native to northwest and southwest United States and Canada (the Aleutian ... "Agrostis thurberiana". World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 2018-01-16. W.D. ... "Agrostis thurberiana A. Hitchc". CalFlora. Retrieved December 5, 2013. (Articles with short description, Short description is ... Clayton; M. Vorontsova; K.T. Harman; H. Williamson (November 16, 2012). "Agrostis thurberiana". The Board of Trustees and Royal ...
Plants Profile for Agrostis Capillaris Retrieved 14 March 2010. "Agrostis capillaris". Germplasm Resources Information Network ... The name Agrostis comes from the Greek word meaning forage plant, agros meaning "a field". It is found growing in neutral to ... Agrostis capillaris forms a constituent of purple moor grass and rush pastures, a type of Biodiversity Action Plan habitat in ... Agrostis capillaris, the common bent, colonial bent, or browntop, is a rhizomatous and stoloniferous perennial in the grass ...
Agrostis alba may refer to: Agrostis gigantea, a grass species Poa nemoralis, a grass species This disambiguation page lists ...
Agrostis capillaris L.. Taxonomic Serial No.: 185249 (Download Help) Agrostis capillaris TSN 185249 ...
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Agrostis tandilensis is an annual grasslike herb that is not native to California. ...
Agrostis gracilifolia C.E.Hubb.. , Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 1936(5): 307 (1936). BHL ...
Agrostis. ,. lachnantha. Spot-characters for:. Agrostis lachnantha Nees. The following is a list of spot-characters recorded ... Flora of Zimbabwe: Spot characters for: Agrostis lachnantha. https://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw/speciesdata/spots-per-species- ...
Genus Agrostis Species nebulosa Variety Cultivar Common names cloud grass Family POACEAE Specimen number S7369 Data source Xeri ... Tag needs printing no Collection notes Agrostis nebulosa has an annual life cycle. ... i>Agrostis nebulosa. POACEAE cloud grass ... genus agrostis More specimen entries. [prev] [agrostis nebulosa ...
Agrostis) genus details, photos and seasonal allergies, Richland county, South Carolina ... Bent (Agrostis). Home « South Carolina « Richland « Agrostis Bent Genus Details. Creeping bent grass is erect and grows from ... Agrostis sheds large amounts of pollen in June-August. In lawns and golfcoursesit is generally mowed and kept at a height of 1/ ... Bent (Agrostis) is a genus of the POACEAE family.. This genus includes the following allergenic species: ...
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Agrostis perennans Research Information. Upland Bent allergy information and photos, Aiken county, South Carolina ... Upland Bent (Agrostis perennans). Home « South Carolina « Aiken « Agrostis « Agrostis perennans Family: POACEAE Genus: Agrostis ... Species: Upland Bent (Agrostis perennans) Upland Bent Species Description. This species is native to North America north of ... Allergenicity: Upland Bent (Agrostis perennans) is a severe allergen.. Pollination: Occurs in following seasons depending on ...
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Agrostis stolonifera x Polypogon monspeliensis = x Agropogon littoralis herbarium specimen from Allhallows, VC16 West Kent in ... Herbarium specimen: Agrostis stolonifera x Polypogon monspeliensis = x Agropogon littoralis. Taxon:. Poaceae: Agrostis ... Poaceae: Agrostis stolonifera x Polypogon monspeliensis = x Agropogon littoralis (Sm.) C.E. Hubb. ("Perennial Beard-grass"). ...
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... Images for each species. The purpose of this page is to display all images ... Flora of Malawi: Utilities: All images of Agrostis. https://www.malawiflora.com/speciesdata/utilities/utility-display-all- ...
Agrostis stolonifera has some common disease problems:. Dollar Spot in Turf Brown Patch in Turf Pythium Blight in Turf Tweet ... Agrostis. Species:. stolonifera. Family:. Poaceae. Life Cycle:. Perennial. Recommended Propagation Strategy:. Seed. Country Or ...
Agrostis stolonifera) is the most commonly used species of Agrostis. Historically, it was often called Orcheston long grass, ... Agrostis (Agrostis, Agropyron, Stipa, Helianthus) is prey of:. Homo sapiens. Microtus ochrogaster. Geomyidae. Spermophilus. ... Agrostis capillaris) was brought to America from Europe. This was the type of grass that was used on the lawns of most estates ... Agrostis (bent or bentgrass) is a large and very nearly cosmopolitan genus of plants in the grass family, found in nearly all ...
... is a relatively new disease of golf course putting greens and is caused by the pathogen Ophiosphaerella agrostis. ... Kaminski, J.E. and Hsiang, T. "First report of Ophiosphaerella agrostis infecting creeping bentgrass in Canada." Plant Disease ... is a relatively new disease of golf course putting greens and is caused by the pathogen Ophiosphaerella agrostis. ...
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Agrostis participated in the Thessaloniki International Fair from 7 to15 September 2013 as a company incubator i4g at stand 14 ... By clicking on the picture you can watch the interview in TV100 for i4g and Agrostis. ...
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Agrostis,/element,,/name,,/scientific, ,element,parviflora,/element, ,authors,,author data-id=1441 title=Brown, R.,R.Br.,/ ... Agrostis. intricata. Nees. legitimate. pro parte taxonomic synonym:. Agrostis. scabra. var.. elatior. Benth.. legitimate. ... Agrostis. scabra. Willd.. legitimate. Vickery, J.W.. (3 March 1941). , A revision of the Australian species of Agrostis Linn.. ... Agrostis. intricata. Nees. legitimate. pro parte misapplication: Agrostis. scabra. Willd.. legitimate. by Rodway, L.. (1903). ...
Agrostis fasciculata (Kunth) Roem. & Schult. = Agrostis perennans (Walter) Tuck. * !Agrostis gelida Trin. = Agrostis mertensii ... Agrostis compressa Döll = Agrostis mertensii Trin. * *Agrostis elegans (Kunth) Roem. & Schult. = Agrostis perennans (Walter) ... Agrostis humboldtiana Steud. = Agrostis perennans (Walter) Tuck. * Agrostis hygrometrica Nees = Deyeuxia rigescens (J. Presl) ... Agrostis peruviana (P. Beauv.) Spreng. = Muhlenbergia peruviana (P. Beauv.) Steud. * Agrostis poeppigiana Phil. = Agrostis ...
Agrostis geminata Trin., more, Agrostis geminata f. exaristata Fernald, Agrostis hyemalis var. scabra (Willd.) Blomq.] ...
Padil Junction, Padil, Mangaluru 575007, KA, India. +91 824 2223904, 2225817 ...
Species: Agrostis gigantea There are 1 collection objects. Of these, 1 have one or more high resolution images - a total of 1 ...
... also Agrostis virletii, and Agrostis welwitschii. Named after male botanists Virlet, Friedrich Welwitsch, Widen, Goux, ... 346 They called me Agrostis gigantea, also known as Agrostis virletii, Agrostis welwitschii, Agrostis widenii, Agrostis ... gouxii, Vilfa gaudichaudii, Agrostis zerovii, Agrostis kitaibelii, and Agrostis sibthorpii. I pay homage to the male botanists ...
  • Butterflies whose caterpillars feed on Agrostis include: Zabulon skipper, Poanes zabulon Dollar spot List of Poaceae genera lectotype designated by Philipson, J. Linn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bent (Agrostis) is a genus of the POACEAE family. (pollenlibrary.com)
  • Agrostis (bent or bentgrass) is a large and very nearly cosmopolitan genus of plants in the grass family, found in nearly all the countries in the world. (wikipedia.org)
  • Creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) is a high value, drought sensitive turfgrass crop species. (rutgers.edu)
  • Dead spot, also known as bentgrass dead spot or bermudagrass dead spot, is a relatively new disease of golf course putting greens and is caused by the pathogen Ophiosphaerella agrostis. (uoguelph.ca)
  • Kaminski, J.E. and Hsiang, T. "First report of Ophiosphaerella agrostis infecting creeping bentgrass in Canada. (uoguelph.ca)
  • Agrostis pallens, or San Diego bentgrass is a native grass that grows to about 2' tops in the spring, then goes dormant in the summer. (apiananative.com)
  • The common bentgrass ( Agrostis capillaris ) is used for adverse conditions and therefore feels extremely comfortable even in the rough areas of the Alps. (gardender.com)
  • citation needed] Agrostis stolonifera is the most commonly used species of Agrostis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Agrostis stolonifera var. (itis.gov)
  • Agrostis stolonifera L. (asu.edu)
  • Agrostis is from the Latin and Greek names for a type of grass, from Greek agron or agros, field or pasture, while stolonifera means bearing stolons or runners. (asu.edu)
  • Cross-pollinating Agrostis gigantea was even found at a distance of 21 kilometres. (wikipedia.org)
  • Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Agrostis sp. (ala.org.au)
  • Agrostis capillaris, or colonial bent, was brought to America from Europe. (wikipedia.org)
  • Agrostis capillaris Huds. (itis.gov)
  • Agrostis capillaris var. (itis.gov)
  • No problem for the all-rounder Agrostis capillaris ! (gardender.com)
  • Agrostis capillaris tolerate a few nutrients, drought, and a deep cut without any problems. (gardender.com)
  • But Agrostis capillaris is also popular in milder climates. (gardender.com)
  • For this reason, Agrostis capillaris is only added to shadow lawn to a small extent. (gardender.com)
  • Agrostis palustris var. (itis.gov)
  • Agrostis zerovii Klokov, Apera palustris (Huds. (asu.edu)
  • This representative of the ostrich grasses ( Agrostis ) is widespread in the USA. (gardender.com)
  • citation needed] Agrostis canina gets its name for the velvet appearance that this grass produces. (wikipedia.org)
  • L.) Druce, Agrostis decumbens Host, Agrostis depressa Vasey, Agrostis dulcis (Pers. (asu.edu)
  • Agrostis glaucescens (C. Presl) Spreng. (asu.edu)
  • Agrostis hyemalis var. (umn.edu)
  • Agrostis hyemalis (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb. (usf.edu)
  • W.D.J. Koch, Agrostis stolonizans Besser ex Schult. (asu.edu)
  • These plots show the elevations and times of year where the plant Agrostis humilis has been observed. (wildflowersearch.org)