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Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag.

Dorothy Kathleen Brown

Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag.

by Dorothy Kathleen Brown

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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1949.

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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL17971578M

Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Bouteloua Species, Blue Grama Grass, Eyebrow Grass, Mosquito Grass (Bouteloua gracilis) supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFile. PLANT DESCRIPTION: Bouteloua gracilis is a short tufted warm season grass. Plants hold soil with their vigorous fibrous roots and expand slowly from scaly underground rhizomes. Plants tend to grow in bunches in the moister southern regions and are sod forming in .

Cortical disintegration in the roots ofBouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag. New Phytol – CrossRef Google Scholar. 7. Structure of the cortex of grass roots in the more arid regions of South Africa. Union So. Afr., Dept. Agr., Sci. Bull. Cortical air spaces in the roots ofZea mays L. New Phytol – CrossRef Google. Bouteloua gracilis (Willd. ex Kunth) Lag. ex Griffiths – blue grama Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Threatened and Endangered Information: This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. Common names are from state and federal lists.

Media in category "Bouteloua gracilis" The following 43 files are in this category, out of 43 total. ZS PMax Bouteloua gracilis-1 ().jpg 3, × 4,; MB. Bouteloua gracilis. Striking, reddish-purple crescent moon-like flowers bloom on arching stems in summer and persist through winter. Flowers are held at a 90 degree angle to the blue green foliage. Grows 30 to 36 inches tall and wide.


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Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag by Dorothy Kathleen Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cortical disintegration in the roots of bouteloua gracilis (h.b.k.) lag. dorothy k. beckelCited by: CORTICAL DISINTEGRATION IN THE ROOTS OF BOUTELOUA GRACILIS (H.B.K.) LAG.' BY DOROTHY K. BECKEL {Received 23 May ) (With Plate s) Henrici () called attention to a condition in the roots of certain xeric South African grasses which, should it prove to be widespread, may be found of considerable import-Cited by: The research was conducted in partial fulfilment for the degree of Master of Arts at the University of Toronto, Toronto, by: CORTICAL AIR SPACES IN THE ROOTS OF ZEA MAYS L.

McPherson. Department of Botany, University of Toronto CORTICAL DISINTEGRATION IN THE ROOTS OF BOUTELOUA GRACILIS (H.B.K.) LAG., New Phytologist, /jtbx, Regulation of Aerenchyma Formation in Roots and Shoots by Oxygen and Ethylene, Cited by:   A study of the histogenesis at the root apex in Costus speciosus, Hedychium coronarium, Curcuma angustifolia, C longa and Zingiber officinale has show Author: Vijai Kumar.

Three-dimensional volume renderings of fine roots revealed the spatial organization and physical structure cortical lacunae otherwise difficult to observe with typical microscopic techniques ().The formation of cortical lacunae is followed by the disruption of the cell wall (Fig.

3, A and B).Structurally, cortical lacunae formed air-filled channels along the root axis (Fig. 3, A1 and A2). Transactions of the British Mycological Soci BALIS, C.

A comparative study of Phialophora radicicola, an avirulent fungal root parasite of grasses and cereals. Annals of Applied Biol BECKEL, D.

Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (H. K.) Lag. Beckel DKB () Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (HBK) Lag. New Phytol. 55, – CrossRef Google Scholar. Results. 6 plant name records match your search criteria Bouteloua results are below. The results can also be downloaded as a CSV file (Unicode UTF-8 encoding).

See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (H.

K.) Lag. New Phytolog In roots of T. glauca (Seago & Marsh ) and H. morsus-ranae (Seago et al. a), the hypodermis, as well as the thickened inner cortical cells, sustains the aerenchyma, a function that can also be attributed to the hypodermis in the roots of A.

trigynum, which justifies the use of the term. [ v ] INDEX OF AUTHORS PAGE BATKO, S. Polish Pocket Flora (Review) I38 BECKEL, DOROTHY K. Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis. CORTICAL DISINTEGRATION IN THE ROOTS OF BOUTELOUA GRACILIS (H.B.K.) LAG.1 DOROTHY K. BECKEL; Pages: ; First Published: 01 May ; First Page; PDF; References; Request permissions; Free Access.

HYBRIDIZATION STUDIES ON FOUR HEXAPLOID SOLANUM SPECIES IN SERIES DEMISSA BUK. Bouteloua simplex: upper glumes glabrous, sometimes scabrous distally and plant annual, without rhizomes or stolons (vs. gracilis, with upper glumes often with pustulose-based hairs on the midvein and plants perennial, often with rhizomes or stolons).

In blue grama [Bouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag. ex Steud] grown in a semiarid environment, the maximum leaf area that could be supported by the seminal root system occurred 60–70 days after seedling emergence (Wilson et al., ). The cross-sectional area of the subcoleoptile internode was about five times less than that of an adventitious.

How to say Bouteloua gracilis in English. Pronunciation of Bouteloua gracilis with 1 audio pronunciation, 3 synonyms, 2 meanings, 1 translation and more for Bouteloua gracilis. Root cortical senescence is a type of programmed cell death in Triticeae (Henry and Deacon, ; Deacon and Mitchell, ).It begins in the epidermis and progresses to inner cortical cell files.

However, the literature has suggested that the cortex of axial roots directly adjacent to lateral roots and lateral roots themselves do not undergo senescence. Common Sordariomycetes colonizing B. gracilis roots. One of the most parsimonious trees is shown, and bootstrap values (1, replicates [more than 70%]) are indicated above the branches.

Methodology. Bouteloua gracilis roots were collected at the SNWR (New Mexico) in May and October and January The samples were collected at the long-term N-amended and control plots (5 × 10 m; 34 o 24′N, o 40′W). Nitrogen has been applied twice a year on these plots since as granular NH 4 NO 3 ( kg N ha −1 y −1) (33, 72).We randomly collected a minimum of six.

The origin and development of air chambers in four monocotyledons studied fall under three categories: (i) where the chambers arise and develop lysigenously, (ii) where they arise schizogenously and enlarge lysigenously, and (iii) where the chambers arise and increase in size schizogenously.

The causes to explain the formation of air chambers as given by earlier investigators have been. Root phenes play a primary role in plant adaptation to edaphic stress. Understanding the functional implications of root phenotypes will enable the development of crop varieties with improved soil resource acquisition.

Root cortical senescence (RCS) is a type of programmed cell death in cortical cells of several Poaceae species. Until recently there has been very little attention to the.Low-growing and compact, Bouteloua gracilis (Blue Grama) is a densely tufted, warm season, ornamental grass noted for its intriguing inflorescences resembling tiny brushes.

Suspended horizontally from only one side of the flowering stems, the flowers are red tinted at first before they bleach to a straw color. On display from late spring until fall, they rise above a foliage mound of narrow.Beckel, D K B Cortical disintegration in the roots of Bouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag.

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