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Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in a relict prairie.

Marian Chase Dalgarn

Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in a relict prairie.

by Marian Chase Dalgarn

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Published by Miami University in Oxford, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prairie ecology,
  • Biological productivity,
  • Andropogon scoparius

  • Edition Notes

    StatementA thesis ... for the degree of Master of Science, Department of Botany
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 l., typed.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14581668M

    Ehrenreich, John H.; Aikman, J. M. Effect of burning on seedstalk production of native prairie grasses. Iowa Academy of Science Proc. [] Ehrenreich, John H.; Aikman, John M. An ecological study of the effect on certain management practices on native prairie in Iowa. Ecological Monographs. 33(2): [9] © Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Privacy Statement.

    forage production on a desert grassland in response to ammonium phosphate and ammonium nitrate. Fertilizer application resulted in a 50% increase in little bluestem (Andropogon scoparius) forage production on a Tabor fine sandy loam in the Post Oak Savannah of Texas (Reardon and Huss, ). click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Andropogon thumbnails at the Plants Gallery Jennifer Anderson. United States, IA, Scott Co., Davenport, Fairmont Cemetery.

    Big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) is an ecologically dominant grass with wide distribution across the environmental gradient of U.S. Midwest system offers an ideal natural laboratory to study population divergence and adaptation in spatially varying climates. Objectives were to: (i) characterize neutral genetic diversity and structure within and among three regional ecotypes. Andropogon glomeratus NC State University and N.C. A&T State University work in tandem, along with federal, state and local governments, to form a strategic partnership called N.C. Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.


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Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in a relict prairie by Marian Chase Dalgarn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius grow-ing in an Ohio relict prairie. Ohio J. Sci. 75(4):Net productivity and ecological effi-ciency were determined for a grass, Andropogon scoparius, growing in a relict prairie in south central Ohio.

Bio-mass, as determined by the short term harvest method. DALGARN, MARIAN C. AND ROGER E. WILSON. Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in an Ohio relict prairie.

Ohio J. Sci. 75(4):Author Institution: Department of Botany, Miami UniversityDALGARN, MARIAN C. AND ROGER E. WILSON. Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in an Ohio relict prairie. Ohio J. Sci. 75(4):Author: Marian C.

Dalgarn and Roger E. Wilson. Net Productivity and Ecological Efficiency of Andropogon Scoparius Growing in an Ohio Relict Prairie Dalgarn, Marian C.; Wilson, Roger E. Article description | Article Full Text PDF (KB) Extraction and Identification of Clavine and Lysergic Acid Alkaloids from Morning Glories Witters, Weldon L.

Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in an Ohio relict prairie. Ohio Journal of Science. Ohio Journal of Science. Dalgarn M, Wilson R () Net productivity and ecological efficiency of andropogon scoparius growing in an Ohio relict prairie.

Ohio J Sci 75(4)– Google Scholar. Choudhary V. (): Energy value and efficiency of net primary production in one year old stand ofDichanthium annulatum grassland.—Trop. Ecol., Varanasi, 52– Google Scholar Dalgarn M. et Wilson R. () Net productivity and ecological efficiency of Andropogon scoparius growing in an Ohio relic prairie.—Ohio J.

Sci., Ohio. The capacity of a native prairie grass, Andropogon scoparius (little bluestem), to grow successfully in an extremely P deficient soil of central Wisconsin was investigated.

This grass is invading ridges, but not depressions, of abandoned fields of Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass). Ridge soils contain less available phosphorus than depression soils. The effect of fire and drought on net photosynthesis, stomatal conductance to water vapor diffusion, leaf water potential, leaf osmotic potential, leaf nitrogen content, and growth were evaluated for the dominant tallgrass prairie species, Andropogon gerardii, and a less common (more mesic) grass, Panicum virgatum, at the Konza Prairie Research Natural Area in northeast Kansas.

Andropogon gerardii synonyms, Andropogon gerardii pronunciation, Andropogon gerardii translation, English dictionary definition of Andropogon gerardii. Noun 1. Andropogon gerardii - tall grass with smooth bluish leaf sheaths grown for hay in the United States Andropogon furcatus, blue stem, bluestem grass.

Schizachyrium scoparium, commonly known as little bluestem or beard grass, is a North American prairie grass native to most of the United States, except California, Nevada, and Oregon, and a small area north of the Canada–US is most common in the Midwestern bluestem is a perennial bunchgrass and is prominent in tallgrass prairie, along with big bluestem (Andropogon.

Andropogon scoparius Growing in an Ohio Relict Prairie. Net Productivity and Ecological Efficiency of, Announcements, Anthony, Robert Edward, 56 Ash Content of Macrophy tes From Chautauqua Lake, 29 Bacterial Ecology of Strip Mine Areas and its Relationship to the Production of Acidic Mine Drainage, Baker, Carl T., Barrett, Gary.

Description. Big bluestem is a perennial warm-season is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. The main roots are 6–10 ft (– m) deep, and the plants send out strong, tough rhizomes, so it forms very strong sod.

Depending on soil and moisture. Some Factors Affecting Flower Production in Andropogon Gerardi. John T. Curtis. Search for more papers by this author Richard Freiheit, Texas Blackland Prairie restoration on old-field vegetation using seeding, mowing, and burning, Arid Land Research and Management Fire as an Ecological Factor, Physiological Plant Ecology I, / Digging Deeper.

Approximately 13 species of Andropogon are native to North America, with over species distributed in temperate and tropical regions, including Africa, Central and South America, and the genus includes grasses that produce important products worldwide, such as sorghum, several East Indian spices, and fragrant oils used in perfumes.

"Net Productivity and Ecological Efficiency of Andropogon Scoparius Growing in an Ohio Relict Prairie." Ohio Journal of Science, Vol. 75, No. 4,pp. Dana, James D. Andropogon gayanus produced up to 10 and four times more shoot phytomass and root biomass, with up to seven and times greater shoot and root N pools than native grass understory.

These pronounced differences in phytomass and N pools between A. gayanus and native grasses were associated with an altered N cycle. Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link (Scotch broom) is a nonnative shrub species now naturalized in California, currently occupying overha including several protected areas.

In this paper, the impact of biocontrol agents and of general herbivory on two C. scoparius populations (one in the Sierra foothills and one along the California northern coast) were assessed and the productivity.

Danaoke Mountain Ecological Park. breathing spaces / healthy places / learning landscapes / resilient regions. Shoemaker Green – Project. flourishing cities / healthy places / learning landscapes / proving performance.

SUNY ESF – The Gateway Center. The African grass Andropogon gayanus Kunth. is invading Australian savannas, altering their ecological and biogeochemical function.

To assess impacts on. In a series of competition experiments with Andropogon gerardii Vitman, a dominant species of the North American Tallgrass Prairie, plant performance was related to seed provenance and restoration activities. 2. Glasshouse experiments showed plant performance to be a .Andropogon scoparius Michx.

Family Name: Poaceae (Graminae) - Grass Family. Identification Notes. Life Cycle. native perennial, reproducing by seed. Culms. upright, stiff, form dense clumps. Leaves. blades flat, green to blueish-green, folded in bud; auricles absent; ligule membranous with minute hairs; sheaths smooth or slightly hairy.The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America; Become a Member; ; Journal list menu.

Journal. Articles. Article. Some Factors Affecting Flower Production in Andropogon Gerardi. John T. Curtis. Search for more papers by this author. Max L. Partch. Search for more papers by this author. John T. Curtis. Search for more papers by this.