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

Nassella pulchra

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[Total number of keywords: 723]

 

2,4-D (1), Nassella pulchra (27), California (21), Nassella (16), grasslands (13), Competition (11), Internet resource (10), invasive species (10), Elymus glaucus (8), grasses (7), Fire (6), grazing (6), indigenous species (6), nitrogen (6), plant competition (6), Avena barbata (5), Bromus diandrus (5), Bromus hordeaceus (5), Bromus tectorum (5), Biodiversity (4), restoration (4), soil depth (4), Annual grassland (3), annuals (3), Archaeophyte (3), botanical composition (3), Bromus squarrosus (3), Bromus sterilis (3), Centaurea solstitialis (3), Climate (3), Clipping (3), Drought (3), ecological distance (3), Exotic species (3), Fungal endophyte (3), genetic variation (3), Grassland (3), grassland restoration (3), Heterogeneity (3), Invasiveness (3), Light (3), local adaptation (3), Lupinus bicolor (3), Mediterranean (3), Mutualism (3), Neotyphodium (3), phenology (3), PLFA (3), Poaceae (3), range management (3), Reintroduction (3), soil fertility (3), Source area approach (3), Symbiosis (3), Temperature (3), weeds (3), wild plants (3), Agriculture (2), Avena (2), Avena fatua (2), biological control (2), biological invasions (2), Biotic resistance (2), California grassland (2), common garden (2), community assembly (2), community structure (2), Denitrification (2), ecological invasion (2), ecological restoration (2), Elymus elymoides (2), Epichloë (2), Evapotranspiration (2), exotic plants (2), forbs (2), functional similarity (2), Genetic diversity (2), geographical distance (2), Glomus (2), Herbivory (2), Hydrological connectivity (2), introduced plants (2), introduced species (2), land restoration (2), Lupinus (2), Mineralization (2), Minnesota (2), mortality (2), native grasses (2), Net ecosystem CO2 exchange (2), nutrient availability (2), Organic matter (2), plant ecology (2), plant functional groups (2), plant growth (2), plant morphology (2), plant nutrition (2), Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae (2), Rainfall manipulation (2), Resilience (2), Seed bank (2), Seed persistence (2), soil fungi (2), Soil microbial biomass (2), Soil respiration (2), Spatial structure (2), Species pattern (2), vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae (2), Achnatherum hymenoides (1), Addition series competition experiments (1), AFLP (1), Agricultural inputs (1), agricultural land (1), Allozymes (1), amino nitrogen (1), Ammonium (1), ammonium nitrogen (1), Ammophila breviligulata (1), annual (1), Aquatic plants (1), Araucaria araucana (1), Barley yellow dwarf virus (1), belowground (1), Biogeography (1), biological control of weeds (1), biological invasion (1), biomass (1), Brachypodium distachyon (1), breeding system (1), broadleaf weeds (1), bunchgrass (1), buried seeds (1), C3 grass (1), C4 grass (1), C4 plants (1), California ecoregions (1), California grasslands (1), carbon addition (1), Carbon dioxide (1), carbon nitrogen ratio (1), Cellulase (1), Cellulose (1), Centaurea (1), centaurea melitensis (1), Cereal yellow dwarf virus-RPV (1), Chilean matorral (1), climate change (1), climatic factor (1), Clonal growth (1), clovers (1), CO2 efflux (1), Coastal grasslands (1), Coastal prairie (1), Coastal sage scrub (1), coasts (1), coevolution (1), colonizing ability (1), community ecology (1), Community responses to grazing (1), compensatory growth (1), Conservation (1), Conservation genetics (1), contemporary evolution (1), cost (1), crop-weed competition (1), Cunninghamia konishii (1), Curculionidae (1), Cyanogenesis (1), Cynara cardunculus (1), Cynosurus echinatus (1), Danthonia californica (1), data analysis (1), deep soils (1), defoliation (1), diet (1), Disturbance (1), Diversity (1), Dominance (1), dominant species (1), Echinacea angustifolia (1), Echinacea purpurea (1), ecosystem functioning (1), Elymus multisetus (1), endangered plant (1), Epichloë (1), epidemiology (1), Ergosterol (1), Erodium macrophyllum (1), establishment limitation (1), Evolutionary potential (1), exotic (1), Exotic annuals (1), exotic grasses (1), Exotic plant invasion (1), exotic weeds (1), experimental design (1), Extracellular enzyme activities (1), fatty acid composition (1), feeding preferences (1), Festuca californica (1), fire effects (1), fire retardant (1), Fire–atmosphere interactions (1), fires (1), Fitness (1), Flowering (1), forest trees (1), fragmentation (1), functional diversity (1), functional traits (1), fungicides (1), Gene flow (1), generalized linear mixed models (1), generalized linear models (1), genetic divergence (1), genetic variability (1), geographic distance (1), Geographic origin (1), Global change (1), Glycine (1), glycine (amino acid) (1), gopher (1), grassland soils (1), grazing intensity (1), Grindelia camporum (1), ground cover (1), growth (1), growth analysis (1), habitat similarity (1), Helianthus annuus (1), Herbaceous species (1), herbicide (1), herbivore (1), herbivores (1), herbs (1), Hilaria (1), Hilariajamesii (1), hill-slope contours (1), historical records (1), home-site advantage (1), Hordeum brachyantherum ssp. brachyantherum (1), Hybridization (1), hydrology (1), Hydro-seeding (1), initial floristic composition (1), Internet resource AgSpace (1), interspecific competition (1), intraspecific competition (1), introduced vs. native species (1), invasion (1), invasion ecology (1), invasive (1), invasive plant (1), invasive weeds (1), Inverse yield model (1), Koeleria macrantha (1), land management (1), Land use (1), leaf (1), legumes (1), Life-form and life-history characteristics (1), light availability (1), light intensity (1), likelihood of success (1), limiting similarity (1), Litter decomposition (1), livestock (1), Lupins (1), management (1), maturity stage (1), Mediterranean ecosystems (1), mediterranean-type ecosystems (1), Melanoplus sanguinipes (1), Meta-analysis (1), methanol (1), Methylobacterium (1), methylotrophic bacteria (1), Microbial community composition (1), microevolution (1), microsatellites (1), Mowing (1), Mulch layer (1), mulches (1), Mulching (1), multispecies sod (1), mycorrhizal fungi (1), Nasella pulchra (1), native (1), native perennial grasses (1), native plants (1), native sod (1), natural resource management (1), natural selection (1), naturalised population (1), naturalized grasses (1), niche complementarity (1), Nitrate (1), nitrate nitrogen (1), Nitrogen cycling (1), Nitrogen deposition (1), nitrogen fixation (1), Nitrogen mineralization (1), non-random species losses (1), noxious weeds (1), nutrient pulse (1), nutrient uptake (1), overland flow (1), Pacific Northwest prairies (1), pasture plants (1), percent cover (1), perennial (1), perennials (1), Pharagmites australis (1), phenotypic plasticity (1), phospholipids (1), phosphorus (1), photosynthesis (1), plant (1), plant biomass (1), Plant community structure (1), Plant conservation (1), plant establishment (1), Plant guilds (1), plant litter (1), Plant removal (1), plant reproduction (1), plant viruses (1), Pontederiaceae (1), population (1), Population differentiation (1), population dynamics (1), PPFM (1), Prairie (1), pre-agricultural lands (1), Predicting efficacy (1), prescribed burning (1), prioritization (1), priority effects (1), Puccinia isiacae (1), Purple coneflower (1), QST (1), Quantitative genetic variation (1), Quantitative genetics (1), Quercus (1), RAPD (1), RAPDs (1), reciprocal transplant (1), Reclamation (1), relay floristics (1), relict vegetation (1), Resistance (1), Restoration ecology (1), Restoration genetics (1), return-on-investment (1), Re-vegetation (1), revegetation practices (1), Review (1), Risk assessment (1), root (1), rooting depth (1), roots (1), Rust fungi (1), Sacramento River (1), seasonality (1), seed origin (1), seed predation (1), seed size (1), seedling emergence (1), selection response (1), SEM (1), serpentine communities (1), shape (1), sheep (1), shoot (1), shoots (1), shrub (1), Shrub-steppe (1), site fertility (1), size-asymmetric competition (1), slope (1), slope steepness (1), soil legacies (1), Soil microbial community (1), soil microorganisms (1), soil moisture (1), soil nutrients (1), soil organic carbon (1), soil temperature (1), soil water (1), soil water content (1), soil-water utilization (1), Spatial autocorrelation (1), spatial distribution (1), Species coexistence (1), species dominance (1), species loss order (1), species richness (1), specific root length (1), Spectra (1), stable isotopes (1), statistical analysis (1), Stipa (1), Stipa grandis P.Smirn (1), Straw (1), succession (1), surveys (1), Taiwan (1), tallgrass prairie (1), Thomomys (1), topography (1), topsoil (1), Trace N gas (1), Translocation (1), tree (1), Trifolium hirtum (1), Turbulence (1), turf (1), tussock grasses (1), understory (1), Utah (1), Variation over time (1), vegetation (1), Vesicular arbuscular fungi (1), virulence. (1), Vulpia myuros (1), Waterhyacinth (1), Waterlettuce (1), weed control (1), Weevils (1), Wet–dry cycles (1), Wet–dry cycles (1), Wetlands (1), wild animals (1), wildfire (1), Wildland fire (1), woodlands (1), Wright’s F-statistics (1), δ13C (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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