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   Agropyron desertorum (clustered wheat grass) 

Broader Terms:
   Agropyron (other wheatgrasses) 

More Specific:
   Agropyron desertorum dasyphyllum 
   Agropyron desertorum desertorum 
   Agropyron desertorum muticum 
   Agropyron desertorum pilosiusculum 
Latest Articles on Agropyron desertorum from uBioRSS
Shifts in biomass and nitrogen allocation of tree seedlings in response to ... - Australian Journal of Botany
Water uptake and redistribution during drought in a semiarid shrub species - Functional Plant Biology

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Common Names: žitnjak pustynnyj, desert wheatgrass, clustered wheat grass, житняк пустынный

1.  Assessing climate change risks to the geographical distribution of grass species.LinkIT
Farashi A, Karimian Z
Plant signaling & behavior, 2021

2.  The complete chloroplast genome of Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult.LinkIT
Yang J, Du W, Pang Y
Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources, 2021

3.  Diversification of the P genome among Agropyron Gaertn. (Poaceae) species detected by FISH.LinkIT
Zhao Y, Xie J, Dou Q, Wang J, Zhang Z
Comparative cytogenetics, 2017

4.  Allometry of root branching and its relationship to root morphological and functional traits in three range grasses.LinkIT
Arredondo JT, Johnson DA
Journal of experimental botany, 2011

5.  Grazing management contributions to net global warming potential: a long-term evaluation in the Northern Great Plains.LinkIT
Liebig MA, Gross JR, Kronberg SL, Phillips RL, Hanson JD
Journal of environmental quality, 2010

6.  Karyological study of four species of wheat grass (Agropyron sp.).LinkIT
Asghari A, Agayev Y, Fathi SA
Pakistan journal of biological sciences : PJBS, 2007

7.  Cesium desorption from illite as affected by exudates from rhizosphere bacteria.LinkIT
Wendling LA, Harsh JB, Ward TE, Palmer CD, Hamilton MA, Boyle JS, Flury M
Environmental science & technology, 2005

8.  Root responses and nitrogen acquisition by Artemisia tridentata and Agropyron desertorum following small summer rainfall events.LinkIT
Ivans CY, Leffler AJ, Spaulding U, Stark JM, Ryel RJ, Caldwell MM
Oecologia, 2003

9.  Bacterial Leaf Stripe Caused by Xanthomonas translucens pv. cerealis on Intermediate Wheatgrass in Idaho.LinkIT
Mohan SK, Bijman VP, St John L
Plant disease, 2001

10.  Shading reduces exploitation of soil nitrate and phosphate by Agropyron desertorum and Artemisia tridentata from soils with patchy and uniform nutrient distributions.LinkIT
Cui M, Caldwell MM
Oecologia, 1997