Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Koeleria cristata

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[Total number of keywords: 884]

 

grassland (12), Biodiversity (9), elevated CO2 (6), productivity (6), Species richness (6), diversity (5), functional groups (5), Koeleria (5), Nitrogen (5), species diversity (5), succession (5), biomass (4), eddy covariance (4), global change (4), grasslands (4), Koeleria macrantha (4), photosynthesis (4), plant diversity (4), soil properties (4), steppe (4), arbuscular mycorrhizas (3), BioCON (3), Carbon isotopes (3), Cedar Creek (3), CO2 enrichment (3), community composition (3), competition (3), evolution (3), Festuca (3), Grass (3), Grazing intensity (3), Internet resource (3), invasion (3), legumes (3), Leymus chinensis (3), Neotyphodium (3), palaeoecology (3), Poaceae (3), Rocky Mountains (3), soil moisture (3), species composition (3), Stipa grandis (3), taxonomy (3), temperature (3), Tibetan Plateau (3), Allometric equations (2), Alpine meadow (2), arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (2), Archaeology (2), Arctic (2), Biomass N content (2), calcium sulfate (2), Cedar Creek Natural History Area (2), China (2), climate change (2), degraded ecosystem (2), Disturbance (2), drought tolerance (2), ecological restoration (2), ecological succession (2), ecosystem functioning (2), ecosystem photosynthesis (2), elevated carbon dioxide (2), endophytes (2), Energy partitioning (2), FACE (2), fencing (2), floristic composition (2), forbs (2), Graminoid vegetation (2), grasses (2), Grassland restoration (2), grassland species (2), grazing (2), Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep (2), Herbivory (2), iron (2), Koeleria cristata (2), Leaf area index (2), leaf longevity (2), Leaf nutrient concentration (2), Lesotho (2), Litter (2), mesocosm (2), microbial biomass (2), Microbial diversity (2), Mulch (2), Neoglacial (2), net ecosystem productivity (2), Net N mineralization (2), Net radiation (2), nitrogen enrichment (2), nitrogen fertilization (2), nitrogen limitation (2), Nitrogen use efficiency (2), Nutrient resorption (2), Ordination (2), palaeovegetation (2), photosynthetic acclimation (2), Phytoliths (2), phytosociological study (2), plant biochemistry (2), plant biomass (2), Plant community composition (2), plant functional type (2), plant pathogens (2), Pleistocene (2), precipitation (2), Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (2), R* (2), relative growth rate (2), reseeding (2), restoration (2), restoration ecology (2), Season (2), Secondary succession (2), soil carbon (2), Soil heat flux (2), Soil inorganic N pools (2), soil organic matter (2), Soil temperature and moisture (2), Southern Africa (2), steppe vegetation (2), structural equation model (2), sulfur (2), Typical steppe (2), Ukraine (2), Weeds (2), wool-eating (2), Abandoned fields (1), abandoned land (1), above-ground biomass (1), aboveground–belowground interactions (1), abundance (1), acclimation (1), Acetic acid (1), Acetylcholinesterase (1), Aeolian (1), Age structure (1), Agropyron cristatum (1), Agropyron smithii Rybd. (1), Air pollution (1), Alberta (1), Alberta Research Council (1), alfalfa (1), allelopathy (1), alpine shrub meadow (1), Altai (1), AM diversity (1), AM fungal colonization (1), AM fungi (1), annual precipitation (1), annual temperature (1), Anthomyiidae (1), arbuscular mycorrhiza (1), Arbuscular mycorrhizae (1), arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi (1), Arctiidae (1), Arctiini (1), Arcto-Tertiary Flora (1), arid and semi-arid China (1), Aridity gradient (1), Artemisia tridentata (1), Artemisia tridentata ssp. tridentata (1), Artemisia tridentata ssp. vaseyana (1), Artemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis (1), Artificial Asian ecosystems (1), Asa Gray (1), Ascomycetes (1), Asia (1), Asian coastal ecosystems (1), Asian conservation (1), Asian wetland ecosystems (1), Astragalus (1), Astragalus polycladus (1), atmospheric carbon dioxide (1), Atmospheric chemistry (1), Atmospheric CO2, Cedar Creek Natural History Area, grasslands, leaf longevity, N fertilization. (1), Aveneae (1), Beringia (1), BioCON (Biodiversity (1), biogeochemical cycles (1), biogeography of invasions (1), biological inertia (1), biological invasions (1), biological invasions and soil pathogens (1), biomass allocation (1), biomass production (1), Biosphere emission modelling (1), Biosphere feedback (1), Biospheric flux measurements (1), bog (1), Boreal Asia (1), botanical composition (1), Botanophila lobata (1), botany (1), Bouteloua curtipendula Michx. (1), Bouteloua gracilis (1), Breeding (1), British Columbia (1), bryophytes (1), C3 grass species (1), C3 grasses (1), C4 grasses (1), C4 photosynthetic pathway (1), canopy (1), Carbofuran (1), carbon (1), carbon dioxide enrichment (1), carbon mineralization (1), carbon transfer (1), carboxylation rate (1), catechin (1), Cattle grazing (1), Cellulase (1), Centaurea (1), Central Asia (1), central Oregon (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), chemotaxonomy (1), choke disease (1), Classification (1), Clavicipitaceae (1), Climate reconstruction (1), climate variability (1), clonal growth forms (1), clonal plants (1), CO2 (1), CO2 and N) experiment (1), CO2 by N effects (1), Colorado (1), community (1), community assembly (1), community ecology (1), Competitor (1), complementary resource use (1), composition (1), Core method (1), crested wheatgrass (1), cultivars (1), Cultivation (1), cytochrome oxidase I (1), decomposition (1), degradation (1), Deschampsia (1), desert (1), detectability (1), Diptera (1), diversity-productivity hypothesis (1), Dltamethrin (1), DNA barcoding (1), Drought (1), Dust (1), Earth system modelling (1), ecological stoichiometry (1), ecophysiology (1), ecosystem (1), Ecosystem degradation (1), ecosystem function (1), ecosystem responses (1), ecosystem services (1), Ecosystems (1), ecotone (1), Elevation gradient (1), Elymus (1), endophyte hosts (1), endophytic fungi (1), Environmental changes (1), Environmental factor (1), environment-protective role of vegetation (1), Epichloë (1), Epichloë festucae (1), Epidermis (1), Eroded slope (1), Erosion-resistance (1), European grasses (1), evapotranspiration (1), exotic fungus (1), experimental scale (1), Exploration (1), extracellular enzymes (1), FACE (free-air carbon dioxide enrichment) (1), facilitation (1), feces composition (1), feeding preferences (1), Fertility (1), Festuca rubra (1), Festuco-Brometea (1), fine fescue (1), fine root decomposition (1), flavonoids (1), floods (1), Fluxnet-Canada Research Network (1), fly–fungus interaction (1), foliar nitrogen (1), forage (1), foraging (1), forb (1), forest (1), fossil cuticles (1), France (1), free-air CO2 (1), free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) (1), frequency-dependent disease (1), Functional classifications (1), functional diversity (1), Functional form diversity (1), functional traits (1), functional types (1), fungal diversity (1), fungal endophyte (1), geographical distribution (1), Geomorphic controls (1), germplasm releases (1), Gigasporaceae (1), GIS (1), Glomus (1), Glomus clarum (1), Gradient analysis (1), Gramineae (1), grasses, forbs (1), grasshoppers (1), grassland ecosystem (1), Grassland songbirds (1), grassland steppe (1), Grassland-shrubland transition (1), Grazing exclosure (1), grazing response (1), Great Plains (1), gross nitrogen mineralization (1), Growing degree-days (1), Growth efficiency (1), guerilla (1), habitat conditions (1), Habitat restoration (1), habitat structure (1), Harrington (1964) (1), Haying (1), Hemicellulase (1), herbicide (1), Historic relevé (1), history (1), Hitchcock & Cronquist (1973) (1), Holarctia (1), Holocene (1), human-facilitated dispersal - beyond natural geographic limits, escape from pathogens (1), humans, dispersing invasive species - in new areas, escaping soil-borne natural enemies (1), Humid Monsoon Asia (1), humification (1), hybrid unfitness (1), Hydro-climatic regime (1), hyphal networks (1), indicator pollen taxa (1), indicator Species Analysis (1), indigenous species (1), insect abundance (1), insect diversity (1), Interior Asia (1), invasibility (1), invasive (1), invasive species (1), irrigated conditions (1), Isoprene (1), Isotope dilution (1), isozymes (1), Juniperus occidentalis expansion (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kharkiv (1), Kobresio humilis (1), koeleria calarashica (1), Koeleria cristata L. (1), Koeleria gracilis (1), Koeleria nitida (1), koeleria taurica (1), koeleria vallesiana (1), Konza (1), lake sediment (1), land use (1), Landsat (1), Late glacial (1), leaf lifespan (1), leaf mass per area (LMA) (1), leaf water potential (1), leaf-level physiology (1), Legume and grass functional group (1), lichens (1), light microscopy (1), Lignicellulose (1), lignin (1), ligule (veined) (1), Litter addition (1), litter chemistry (1), litter quality (1), Litter removal (1), local scale (1), Lophochloa (1), Macaronesia (1), macrofossils (1), Measurement accuracy (1), measurement method (1), Medicago sativa (1), microbial mechanisms underlying plant invasions (1), microbial respiration (1), Middle Asia (1), modern pollen (1), modern pollen data (1), molecular markers (1), Molinio-Arrhenatheretea (1), Mongolia (1), Monolith method (1), morphology (1), mtDNA (1), multidimensional analysis (1), multiple ecosystem services (1), multiple stable states (1), multi-response permutation procedure (MRPP) (1), Multivariate analysis (1), multivariate regression tree (1), mutualism (1), mycorrhizal function (1), mycotrophy (1), N addition (1), N availability (1), N fertilization (1), N immobilization (1), N mineralization (1), Nassella pulchra, Hordeum brachyantherum ssp. brachyantherum, Elymus glaucus, Melica californica, Nassella cernua, Poa secunda ssp. secunda, Vulpia myuros, California prairie restoration, California native perennial grasses, competition (1), natural selection (1), nematodes (1), net assimilation (1), neutral theory (1), new taxa (1), niche (1), niche partitioning hypothesis (1), niche theory (1), niches (1), nitrogen addition (1), nitrogen availability (1), nitrogen competition (1), nitrogen deposition (1), nitrogen eutrophication (1), nitrogen isotopes (1), nitrogen-use efficiency (1), Non-equilibrium paradigm (1), northern China (1), northern Great Plains (1), northern tall grass prairie restoration (1), Northern tallgrass prairie restoration (1), numerical analysis (1), Nunatak theory (1), old field (1), Old field succession (1), Oregon (1), Oroboreal (1), overgrazing (1), overlap (1), Ovis canadensis (1), ovis canadensis californiana (1), Oxytropis (1), Oxytropis ochrocephala (1), Palearctia (1), palynology (1), parasites (1), pastures (1), permanent grassland (1), persistence (1), phalanx (1), phanerogams (1), phenological complementarity (1), phenology (1), phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) (1), phosphorus (1), phosphorus concentration (1), photosynthetic downregulation (1), photosynthetic nitrogen use efficiency (PNUE) (1), phytogeography (1), phytomass (1), Phytomass production (1), Phytosociology (1), planetary biodiversity inventory (1), plant bugs (1), plant chemistry (1), plant communities (1), plant competition (1), plant diseases (1), plant diversity and invasion (1), plant diversity and production (1), plant diversity and stability (1), plant ecology (1), plant functional group (1), plant functional groups (1), plant morphology (1), plant physiology (1), plant population and community dynamics (1), plant quality (1), plant richness (1), Plant Science and Plant Products (1), plant species diversity (1), plant strategies (1), plant taxonomy (1), plants (1), plant–soil feedbacks - and biogeography of invasions (1), plant–soil feedbacks - plant rhizospheres, containing parasites and mutualists (1), plant-water relations (1), Podisma pedestris (1), Polar Asia (1), Pollen analysis (1), pollen dispersal (1), pollen ratio (1), pollen representation (1), pollen transport (1), Populus tremuloides Michx. (1), Potentillo-Festucetum (1), prairie (1), prairie grassland (1), prairies (1), Precipitation reconstruction (1), Priestley–Taylor model (1), Priestley–Taylor model (1), primary production (1), production (1), protozoa (1), Puccinellia (1), Pulsatillo-Festucetum (1), Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (1), Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau (1), Quercus rubra L (1), Rainfall simulation (1), range management (1), Rangeland ecology (1), Ratios (1), recreational potential (1), recruitment limitation (1), Redundancy analysis (1), Relationship (1), relative species' abundances (1), Remote Sensing (1), Reproductive success (1), resource availability (1), resource competition (1), resource utilization (1), respiration (1), respiration, elevated CO2, direct inhibition, grasses, forbs. (1), rest management (1), Rhizosphere (1), riparian vegetation (1), Robinia pseudo-acacia (1), role of soil biota on Ammophila - grass has become highly invasive (1), root biomass (1), root exudates (1), root length density (1), root litter (1), root turnover (1), Rot fungi (1), Sagebrush (1), Sample position (1), Sample size (1), Saskatchewan (1), Satellite Imagery (1), Schizachyrium scoparium Michx. (1), Scirpus (1), Scirpus tripueter (1), secretion -ultrastructure (1), Seed density (1), Seed displacement (1), Seed redistribution (1), Seed size (1), Seedling emergence (1), Selaginella (1), Selaginella densa (1), selection effects (1), Semiarid grassland (1), semiarid grasslands (1), semirelict site (1), Shoot water potential (1), Short-grass steppe (1), shrubs (1), shrub-steppe (1), size/density compensation (1), soil (1), soil biota and plant invasions - biogeographical effects on plant–microbe interactions (1), soil C cycling (1), soil carbon sequestration (1), soil CO2 flux (1), soil communities (1), soil element cycling (1), soil fungi (1), soil microarthropods (1), soil microorganisms (1), soil nitrate (1), soil nitrogen (1), soil organic matter decomposition (1), Soil patterns (1), Soil seed bank (1), soil water gradient (1), space for time substitution (1), space-for-time substitution (1), spatial autocorrelation (1), Spatial heterogeneity (1), spatial variability (1), species (1), species abundance (1), species functional groups (1), species traits (1), specific leaf area (1), specific root length (1), state-and-transition model (1), steppe community (1), steppe ecosystem (1), Stipa (1), Stipa bungeana (1), Stipa capillata (1), stomata (1), stomatal conductance (1), Strategy (1), Stress-tolerance (1), Sub-alpine meadow (1), Substrate-use efficiency (1), surface pollen spectra (1), surface soil (1), survey (1), Tall-grass prairie (1), Temperate grassland (1), Temperature reconstruction (1), temperature response (1), temporal variation (1), tension zone (1), Thermopsis lanceolata (1), Thymus sipyleus (1), Tibet plateau (1), timeline for conceptual developments - role of soil biota in structuring plant communities and exotic plant invasions (1), tissue nitrogen (1), total annual net primary productivity (1), Total root biomass (1), traits (1), Transfer function (1), Treeline (1), T-RFLP (1), Tropical Asia (1), typification (1), Ulmus pumila (1), uorescence microscopy (1), Vegetation (1), vegetation cover (1), vegetation mapping (1), Vegetation pattern (1), Vegetation patterns (1), vegetation stability (1), vigor (1), W. J. Hooker (1), WA-PLS (1), water availability (1), water stress (1), weed control (1), weed control and cultural practices (1), weeds and invasive plants (1), weeds and invasive plants in production systems (1), West Asia (1), wild grasses (1), winter hardiness (1), woodlice (1), xylem water potential (1), yields (1), Zapovednik (1), Zoige Marsh (1)

 

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