3 edition of descriptive key to the grasses of Ohio based on vegetative characters found in the catalog.
descriptive key to the grasses of Ohio based on vegetative characters
Clara G. Weishaupt
by College of Biological Sciences, Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio
Written in English
|Other titles||Key to grasses of Ohio.|
|Statement||Clara G. Weishaupt.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey., new ser., v. 7, no. 1, Bulletin (Ohio Biological Survey) ;, new ser., v. 7, no. 1.|
|LC Classifications||QH105.O3 A3 n.s., vol. 7, no. 1, QK495.G74 A3 n.s., vol. 7, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||85060282|
plants by a long, descriptive, Latin sentence. For example Cladonia rangiferina, the common "Reindeer Moss", w as descr ibed as Muscus c oralloide s perforatum (The perforated, coral-like moss). Not only was this system unwie ldy, but it too v aried f rom user to user a nd with the use of the pla nt. A set of morphological descriptors can be used to describe the phenotype. Plant, stem, leaf, flower, pod and seed traits can all be scored or measured and expressed in numeric values. Descriptive traits such as flower colour can be expressed as a numeric value by using a standard colour chart. The descriptive traits used will vary with the species.
Vegetative Characteristics of Grasses Blade Sheath Collar region Hairlike Z Grass and Grasslike Weed Vegetative Key Prepared by C. Diane Anderson, and other Weed Science Extension Specialists, University of Illinois Extension, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available from ITCS Instructional Materials, Information Technology and. Grass Family – Corn – Sorghum – Orchard Grass – Bentgrass – Bluegrass – Sugarcane – Crabgrass – Quack grass – foxtail. Plant Families.
Growth vs. Development It is helpful to differentiate between growth and development. Growth is an increase in biomass, whether for a leaf, plant, or grassland. Growth rate varies over time and depends on the life cycle of the plant, its environment, and the management imposed. Development, in contrast, is the passage through life cycle phases. For forage grasses, the life cycle is divided. Some characters are rather variable (e.g., leaf shape, stem height, time of flowering) while other characters are fixed (i.e., floral characters). The source of the variation observed in these characters can either be environmental or genetic. One way to distinguish between them is to do transplant experiments. V. Vegetative Terminology.
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Descriptive key to the grasses of Ohio based on vegetative characters. Columbus, Ohio: College of Biological Sciences, Ohio State University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Clara G Weishaupt.
A descriptive key to the grasses of Ohio based on vegetative characters / Clara G. Weishaupt College of Biological Sciences, Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio Australian/Harvard Citation. Weishaupt, Clara G. A descriptive key to the grasses of Ohio based on vegetative characters / Clara G.
Weishaupt College of Biological Sciences. Clara G. Weishaupt is the author of Descriptive Key to the Grasses of Ohio, Based on Vegetative Characters ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, publish /5(3). Subsequent focus on Poaceae, a family of obvious agricultural importance, led to her contribution of a treatment for this family to Braun's Monocotyledoneae volume, and to the publication of her Descriptive Key to the Grasses of Ohio Based Upon Vegetative Characters ().
A Descriptive Key to the Grasses of Ohio Based on Vegetative Characters Written by Clara G. Weishaupt, this publication of the Ohio Biological Survey costs $ To order, include 20% of cost for postage and handling. Ohio residents should add 5V2% state sales tax.
Request Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin New Series Vol. 7, No. 1, The key distinguishes 15 native and weedy grasses by vegetative characteristics (Fig. The two-page field guide consists of a modified version of the key (Fig. 4) and a sum-mary of important characteristics for each species (Fig.
Table 1. Native and weedy grasses included in the vegetative identifica-tion key and field guide. Native or. Other keys are based on the species lists in PLANTS. These draft plant character data sets are for testing purposes only.
Data development for the grass and legume keys were partially funded by the USDA NRCS Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center and the USDA NRCS Louisiana State Office contributed to grass key development. 1—A Descriptive Key to the Grasses of Ohio Based on Vegetative Characters by Clara G.
Weishaupt Price = $15 (OBS Member Price = $12) 2—Salamanders of Ohio Ralph A. Pfingsten and Floyd L. Downs, eds. Out of Print (see Amphibians of Ohio) VOLUME VIII-NEW SERIES. Identifying vegetative grasses and seed heads To identify grasses in established pastures, first check to see whether the grass is sod forming (spreading) or bunching (forms clumps).
If you’re examining a sod-forming grass, the next step is to look at the width of the leaf blades (1⁄2-inch wide, ⁄4-inch wide, or less than 1⁄8-inch wide.
Also, everyone likes a bargain - this is an inflation-busting book. Since work first started on the Vegetative Key, we’ve almost covered the distance to the moon, using every mode of transport from hovercraft to helicopters, in a quest to critically examine plants.
We think it offers good value for money. Identification Key to Turfgrass Species Both couplets or triplets should be read before deciding where to proceed. The key includes common turfgrass, plus some lesser-used species that are often misidentified in the field.
Ligule not a fringe of hairs 2. Folded vernation. Understand the characteristics of a grass and grass-like plant. All grasses and grass-like plants in the family Graminaceae (or Poaceae) are easily identified by their long, narrow leaves with parallel they mature they form a "stem"--which is not a true stem like with woody- and broad-leaf species of angiosperms and gymnosperms--or a culm that ends with an inflorescence or seed-head Views: 92K.
All illustrated key is provided that will facilitate identification of grasses in the vegetative condition in the Sand Hills region of Nebraska.
The key separates 97 species, varieties, and species groups and discusses or partially separates 14 additional taxa. It emphasizes characteristics that may be observed in the field with a hand lens and is illustrated with camera lucida drawings.
VEGETATIVE GRASS WEED IDENTIFICATION KEY Kurt Hembree, UCCE, Fresno County Ligule absent Leaves green throughout - Echinochloa crus-galli (barnyardgrass) Leaves with purple cross-stripping on leaves - Echinochloa crus-galli (Junglerice) Liqule present Leaf folded in bud Scientific name Common name Life cycle Ligule Ligule.
Sweden, but probably the best from Europe. The key includes 74 grasses and 41 legumes of Sweden. The book also includes a re- view of early literature and a description of vegetative organs of grasses and legumes, with illustrations.
Whyte () has used vegetative characters for the identification. Introduction --Directions for sending plants for identification --Key to the species of Ohio weeds based on vegetative characters --Descriptive illustrated list of Ohio weeds --Dissemination of weeds --Dormancy and longevity of weed seeds --Classification of weeds --The control and eradication of weeds --Common weed impurities of crop seeds.
The study of the physical features (external structure) of plants is referred to as morphology. Morphology of grass plants is not just a biological pursuit but can aid in many everyday decisions for the forage manager.
Grasses, whether annual or perennial, are mostly herbaceous (not woody), monocotyledon plants with jointed stems and sheathed leaves. A VEGETATIVE KEY TO GRASSES Ellen McDouall. START: LEAF BLADES: Bristle-like Table 1 (page 1) refers back to previous pair of characters in line (D.
rigida) - old synonym the identification of these species from vegetative characteristics, suggests that there may be very little difference between them. Young, undeveloped leaves of H. Descriptive Key to the Grasses of Ohio, Based on Vegetative Characters (Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey, New Series, Vol 7, No 1) Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Northeastern North America: Angiosperms: Monocotyledons.
New Mexico Grasses: A Vegetative Key. Key to Coastal and Chaparral Flowering Plants of Southern California. Ohio by Stephen Markley was a book that I was intrigued by when I came across it being originally from northeastern Ohio.
Full disclosure - Massillon, which was mentioned in the book. I grew up in "Ohio" coming from that steel dominated town and went to. When you find a descriptive passage in a book that dredges up old memories, makes your heart beat faster, or gives you a laugh, study the words that were used.
Keep a notebook handy. Make a list of all the wonderful words you read and hear every day.4 A % perennial ryegrass lawn is NOT recommended, use with another grass such as Kentucky bluegrass. 5 Use only improved turf-type tall fescue varieties. Do not use "Kentucky 31" tall fescue.
Title: Selecting Grasses for Ohio Lawns Author: Plant Path Created Date.Ohio Agricultural Reasearch and Development Center. Research Services Building. Wooster, Ohio Phone: Contact: Webmaster | Page maintained by CFAES IT.