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

Kummerowia stipulacea

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Kummerowia stipulacea (43), Phylogeny (12), Trifolium pratense (10), Trifolium repens (10), grazing (8), Copper (7), forage (7), forage legumes (7), Kummerowia striata (7), pastures (7), Festuca arundinacea (6), Glycine max (6), Internet resource (6), Internet resource AgSpace (6), Medicago sativa (6), Missouri (6), Phaseolus vulgaris (6), Vicia faba (6), crop yield (5), Diversity (5), dry matter (5), forage grasses (5), melilotus alba (5), seed germination (5), botanical composition (4), crude protein (4), dry matter accumulation (4), Genetic diversity (4), liveweight gain (4), Rhizobium (4), Root growth (4), taxonomy (4), Triticum aestivum (4), AFLP (3), Agrobacterium/Rhizobium (3), Arkansas (3), atpD (3), Biological control (3), Biomass allocation (3), crop mixtures (3), cultivars (3), Cuscuta pentagona (3), Cynodon dactylon (3), Disease incidence (3), Lespedeza (3), MLSA (3), Neotyphodium coenophialum (3), North Carolina (3), nutritive value (3), Oklahoma (3), PCR-RFLP (3), Phenology (3), Pisum sativum (3), recA (3), REP-PCR (3), Rhizobia (3), roots (3), rotational grazing (3), species differences (3), steers (3), Trifolium incarnatum (3), Vicia villosa (3), Acid invertases (2), agroforestry (2), annuals (2), beef cattle (2), Biological control interactions (2), biomass production (2), Bradyrhizobium (2), calves (2), canopy (2), Carbon (2), Centaurea solstitialis (2), Chaetorellia succinea (2), characterization (2), Classification (2), Comparative virulence (2), Compensatory growth (2), Conifer (2), Cottonwood (2), cover crops (2), Density experiment (2), Depth effect (2), developmental stages (2), digestibility (2), Disease impacts and control (2), Ecosystem restoration (2), endophytes (2), epidemiology (2), Eustenopus villosus (2), fallow (2), fiber content (2), filter strips (2), Gene expression (2), genetic variation (2), Genome sequence (2), grasses (2), grassland soils (2), growth (2), growth rate (2), hard seeds (2), harvest date (2), hay (2), Interval-censored survival analysis (2), Invasive species (2), Invasive weeds (2), Kansas (2), Lespedeza cuneata (2), lespedeza sericea (2), Lotus corniculatus (2), Mine reclamation (2), mortality (2), Multitrophic interaction (2), Nebraska (2), Negative feedback (2), nitrogen (2), nitrogen content (2), nodulation (2), nutrient availability (2), plant development (2), Polyphasic taxonomy (2), Populus deltoides (2), Puccinia jaceae var. solstitialis (2), rain (2), Reforestation (2), Replacement series (2), Reproductive traits (2), Root disease (2), Rumex dentatus (2), Rumex japonicus (2), Securigera varia (2), seedlings (2), seeds (2), shoots (2), shrubs (2), Sinorhizobium (2), Sinorhizobium fredii HH103 (2), Soil enzyme activities (2), Soil nitrogen (2), soil temperature (2), Soybean nodulation (2), Spatial epidemiology (2), Stand density (2), stocking rate (2), summer (2), Survival analysis (2), temporal variation (2), Vigna unguiculata (2), water quality (2), Water-stable aggregates (2), winter wheat (2), yields (2), 16S rDNA (1), Acacia (1), Acacia angustissima (1), acid detergent fiber (1), acid soils (1), acid tolerance (1), adaptation (1), after-ripening (1), age (1), Aggregation (1), agricultural watersheds (1), air temperature (1), Alabama (1), alfalfa (1), Anatomy (1), animal performance (1), Anticarsia gemmatalis (1), apple orchards surveys (1), artificial light (1), artificial shade (1), Astragalus (1), Astragalus cicer (1), average daily gains (1), Azorhizobium and Devosia (1), Bacteria (1), Bacteria Nodulating Legumes (1), beef cows (1), beta-fructofuranosidase (1), biomass (1), body weight (1), branching (1), Bromus catharticus (1), bulk density (1), calcium carbonate (1), Campylotropis (1), carbohydrate metabolism (1), Carrot cavity spot (1), Cassia (1), Castanea dentata (1), catechin (1), cattle diseases (1), Caulobacter (1), cellulose (1), Chance (1), characteristics (1), China (1), choice of species (1), Circular interference networks (1), climatic factors (1), clonal growth (1), coastal foredunes (1), Co-evolution (1), cold tolerance (1), Community diversity (1), Community structure (1), comparisons (1), Competitive ability (1), computed tomography (1), conservation buffers (1), continuous cropping (1), continuous grazing (1), cool-season grasses (1), Coronilla (1), coverage (1), cows (1), crop growth stage (1), crop production (1), crop quality (1), crop rotation (1), Crotalaria spectabilis (1), Cryphonectria parasitica (1), cutting date (1), cutting frequency (1), cutting height (1), Cyclic succession (1), Dalbergia (1), density-dependent mortality (1), descriptions (1), Desmodieae (1), development (1), diameter (1), dietary fiber (1), digestible energy (1), Digitaria sanguinalis (1), disease (1), disease outbreaks (1), disease resistance (1), disease severity (1), disjunct distribution (1), Disturbance (1), double cropping (1), double-stranded RNA (1), dry matter partitioning (1), duration (1), early development (1), early weaning (1), economic impact (1), ecotypes (1), edaphic factors (1), efficiency (1), enemy-free space (1), Ensifer, sp. nov (1), environmental factors (1), Environmental fluctuation (1), environmental impact (1), enzyme activity (1), enzyme inhibition (1), Eragrostietalia (1), ergot alkaloids (1), Ethiopia (1), feed composition tables (1), fescue toxicosis (1), field experimentation (1), finishing (1), flowering (1), fodder plants (1), food animals (1), forage crops (1), forage evaluation (1), forest trees (1), fungal diseases of plants (1), Genisteae (1), geographical distribution (1), germination (1), goats (1), grain crops (1), grass yield (1), grazing management (1), Great Plains region (1), greenhouse production (1), ground cover (1), habit (1), Hapludalfs (1), Health and Pathology (1), Hedysarum (1), heifers (1), height (1), hemicellulose (1), hen feeding (1), highlands (1), host–pathogen interaction (1), hyperaccumulators (1), hypovirus (1), in vitro (1), in vitro digestibility (1), incidence (1), Indigofera hirsuta (1), Inferred relationships (1), infestation (1), infiltration (hydrology) (1), inflorescence phyllome (1), inflorescences (1), inhibitors (1), Initial patch composition (1), insect pests (1), insect populations (1), Insect–pathogen interactions (1), Insect–pathogen interactions (1), intercropping (1), Interference/dispersal trade-offs (1), internal transcribed spacer (ITS) (1), Invertase (1), Kentucky (1), land productivity (1), larvae (1), Lathyrus sylvestris (1), Lathyrus tingitanus (1), legume root nodulation (1), Legume symbiont (1), legumes (1), length (1), lespedeza bicolor (1), lignin (1), livestock (1), loam soils (1), lowlands (1), Lupinus (1), matrix projection model (1), maturation (1), Medicago lupulina (1), metal tolerance (1), Metallophyte (1), microclimate (1), Mixed infection (1), morphological characterization (1), Morphometric classification (1), natural plant communities (1), nematicides (1), neutral detergent fiber (1), new species (1), Niche differentiation (1), nitrogen fertilizer equivalences (1), Nitrogen fixation (1), nitrogen-fixing bacteria (1), nodA clade III.3 (1), nodC (1), nodulating bacteria (1), nolR (1), nonpoint source pollution (1), nontoxic endophyte (1), no-tillage (1), novel species (1), numerical taxonomy (1), nutrient solutions (1), nutrient uptake (1), Nutrition deficiency (1), ontogeny (1), optimization (1), Ordination (1), organography (1), Other bacterial nodule occupants (1), Other members of Rhizobiaceae (1), oversowing (1), Paradox of the Plankton (1), parasitic nematodes (1), pasture diversity (1), pathogen (1), Pathogen complex (1), pathogen virulence (1), pathogenicity assays (1), performance (1), persistence (1), pest control (1), Pest pressure (1), photoperiod (1), phyllachora lespedezae (1), Phyllachorales (1), phylogeny -16S rDNA (1), Phytomonas (1), phytomonas lespedzae (1), plant breeding (1), plant characteristics (1), plant community composition (1), plant competition (1), plant density (1), plant diseases and disorders (1), plant nutrition (1), plant parasitic nematodes (1), plant population dynamics (1), plant stress (1), Plantaginetalia asiaticae (1), plastid sequences (1), Poa pratensis (1), Poaceae (1), population dynamics (1), population size structure (1), production (1), protein content (1), proximate composition (1), pseudoraceme (1), Pythium (1), Pythium irregulare (1), Pythium spp (1), Pythium sulcatum (1), Pythium violae (1), quality (1), regrowth (1), release (1), Reproductive allocation (1), RFLP (1), Rhizobium cauense sp. nov. (1), Rhizoctonia solani (1), riparian areas (1), riparian buffers (1), riparian forests (1), root nodules (1), Root system architecture (1), root systems (1), Ruderal community (1), sandy loam soils (1), saturated hydraulic conductivity (1), seasonal variation (1), Secale cereale (1), sediment transport (1), Seed (1), seed production (1), seed size (1), seed treatment (1), Senna obtusifolia (1), sequencing (1), Sesbania exaltata (1), silvopastoral systems (1), Sinorhizobium and Ensifer (1), soaking (1), soil compaction (1), soil density (1), soil depth (1), soil horizons (1), soil hydraulic properties (1), soil organic carbon (1), soil pathogens (1), soil pH (1), soil pore system (1), soil transport processes (1), soilborne pathogen (1), South Korea (1), southern Great Plains (1), sowing date (1), sowing rates (1), sown grasslands (1), sown pastures (1), soybeans (1), spatial distribution (1), Spatial mass effect (1), spatio-temporal patterns (1), Species richness (1), spring (1), Stability and genetic exchange (1), strains (1), structure (1), sucrose (1), surface water (1), sym plasmid (1), symptoms (1), Syntaxonomy (1), Systematics (1), tannins (1), tillage (1), trampling damage (1), trees (1), Trifolium (1), Trifolium hirtum (1), Trifolium medium (1), Trifolium vesiculosum (1), Urban river (1), Urban river reconstruction project (1), Urbanization (1), utilization (1), vaccination (1), variety trials (1), viability (1), Virginia (1), warm-season legumes (1), warm-season pasture (1), water pollution (1), water requirements (1), water use (1), water use efficiency (1), watersheds (1), weeds (1), wilts (1), winter (1), yield response functions (1), α-Proteobacteria (1), β-Proteobacteria (1)

 

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Grateful acknowledgment is made to the following: for plant names: Australian Plant Name Index, Australian National Herbarium http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/databases/apni-search-full.html; ; The International Plant Names Index, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew/Harvard University Herbaria/Australian National Herbarium http://www.ipni.org/index.html; Plants Database, United States Department of Agriculture, National Resources Conservation Service http://plants.usda.gov/;DJ Mabberley (1997) The Plant Book, Cambridge University Press (Second Edition); JH Wiersma and B Leon (1999) World Economic Plants, CRC Press; RJ Hnatiuk (1990) Census of Australian Vascular Plants, Australian Government Publishing Service; for information: Science Direct http://www.sciencedirect.com/; Wiley Online Library http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/advanced/search; High Wire http://highwire.stanford.edu/cgi/search; Oxford Journals http://services.oxfordjournals.org/search.dtl; USDA National Agricultural Library http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/booleancube/booleancube_search_cit.html; for synonyms: The Plant List http://www.theplantlist.org/; for common names: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page; etc.


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