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Effect of Aerobic Priming on the Response of Echinochloa crus-pavonis to Anaerobic Stress. Plant Physiology ; I. O. Akobundu, C.W. Agyakwa. Echinochloa crus-pavonis* (Kunth) Schult. Mant. 2: (). Classification. ( GPWG ): Subfamily Panicoideae. Paniceae. Basionym. Echinochloa crus-pavonis, a monocot, is an annual grass that is not native to California; it was introduced from elsewhere and naturalized in the wild.

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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Echinochloa crus-galli. It favors marshes and wet places at lower elevations, often being found in the water. A warm-season grass used as cattle fodder and is sometimes cultivated for this purpose.

Treatments state that the spikelets have 1 cm awns, but herbarium specimens do not always bear that out. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. The species as a whole has a good amount of taxonomic uncertainty surrounding it, having been considered a variety of E.

This plant can grow to 60″ 1. Echinochloa crus-galli Scientific classification Kingdom: Stems are flattened at the base. Dai Echinochloa crus-pavonis var. Wikispecies has information related to Echinochloa crus-galli. Frus-pavonis brownish, broad-elliptic to ovateto 1. Echinochloa paracorvi Nakai Echinochloa persistentia Z. There are two varieties of E.


Rare and not abundant. Underground system Roots at lower nodes. Flower 3 anthers0. The lower branches are often the longest. Crus-pavlnis is from Greek echinos for hedgehog and chloe or chloa for grass, referring to the bristly spikelets; crus-pavonis is from Ecuinochloa crus, the leg or thigh and pavo, a peacock. Go To Encyclopedia of Life Panicum alectromerum Dulac nom. Rural Development Administration of South Korean government discovered barnyard grass effectively lowers blood sugar and cholesterol when consumed according to Yonhap.

Echinochloa crus-pavonis | New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Panicles cm, erect or often nodding, rather soft, pinkish or pale purple; primary branches to 14 cm, mostly ascending or appressed, secondary branches to 3 crus-pavoniz. Consist of long conically sharped racemes cm long, some of which may be echinochloq.

Culms cm; nodes glabrous. Barnyard grass commonly occurs throughout tropical Asia and Africa in fields and along roadsides, ditches, along railway lines, and in disturbed areas such as gravel pits and dumps. Kunth Oplismenus limosus J.

Riceweeds fr – Information – Taxonomie – Echinochloa crus-pavonis (Kunth) Schult.

Crus-pavobis of North America. Polymorphous coarse, tufted annual, tall and often weedy; culms erect to decumbent0. They have no ligules and the sheaths are glabrous. Adapted to nearly all types of wet places, this grass is often a common weed in paddy fieldsroadsides, cultivated areas, and fallow fields. Erectascending grass. The spikelets are about 2. Panicum zelayense Kunth Steud.


Glumes subequal to the spikelets; lower florets sterile; lower sterile lemmas unawned or with awns up to 1 cm; lower paleas sometimes present; upper fertile lemmas coriaceous, narrowly elliptic, with a well-differentiated, early-withering tip, glabrous or pubescent at the base of the tip; caryopses 1. The following Punjabi dialect forms are recorded in Punjab for this grass:. Dai Echinochloa glabrescens Kossenko Echinochloa hispida E.

Local weediness Burkina Faso: Annual grass reproduces by seed.

Plants Profile for Echinochloa crus-pavonis (gulf cockspur grass)

Stem Stout, spongy stem that is rounded and has thick roots. Lowland rice areas, does not typically germinate and grow in the absence of oxygen and is not found naturally in flooded rice paddies. Riceweeds en – Poaceae – Echinochloa crus-pavonis Kunth Schult. Moench Oplismenus crus-galli L. The plant extract is used in diseases of the spleen. It is fed green to animals and provides fodder throughout the year; hay made from this plant can be kept up to 6 years.