2 edition of root-tubercles of bur clover, Medicago denticulata Willd., and of some other leguminous plants found in the catalog.
root-tubercles of bur clover, Medicago denticulata Willd., and of some other leguminous plants
Peirce, George James
|Statement||George James Peirce.|
|Series||Contributions to biology from the Hopkins Seaside Laboratory of the Leland Stanford Jr. University -- 29|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 295-328, 1 folded leaf of plate ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
How to Propagate Clover. Clover is an umbrella term for hundreds of species of both annual and perennial plants. Dozens of types of clover are native to California and while often thought of as a. Red Clover Red clover has excellent seedling vigor and larger seed than white clover, which facilitates drilling it into existing grass pastures. In many areas red clover plants can live for 2 years (and occasionally longer), but in the lower South it often acts as an annual. In areas where it is well adapted, it is the best-yielding clover.
Medicago polymorpha L Synonym(s): burclover, bur clover, California burclover, toothed medick: Selected Images from : View All Images at : incomplete and is based only on current site and county level reports made by experts and records obtained from USDA Plants Database. For more information. Clover is a weed that can take over your yard with small flowers and petal shaped leaves. While clover can be grown purposefully, in a deer food plot for example, many people consider clover a nuisance, and any unwanted plant is considered a weed. White clover, sometimes called Dutch clover, is very common especially in cool season grasses.
That red clover has a deep, well-branched taproot is further shown by studies in Minnesota. 79 Here, in a rich drift soil of clay, sand, and loam, plants at the ages of 1, 2, and 5 months, respectively, had roots which reached depths of 7, 22, and 68 inches. On all the plants, the large laterals were very abundant, and many were as large as the. The clover is the common name for all the Trifolium species, that contains around leguminous species. The clover species can be planted for forage purposes, or to improve the soil qualities (the clover forms knots which enrich the soil with nitrogen), or for decorative purposes (it can replace the lawn), or medical purposes or as a honey plant.
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Other Facts. Bur clover is mainly used as good quality forage. Well-developed plants may contain more than pods. Bur clover flowers from days after planting depending on location, time of seeding, and cultivars used. Medicago denticulata Willd. Medicago denticulata subsp.
lappacea (Desr.) Ball, ;/ The root-tubercles of bur clover (Medicago denticulata Willd.) and of some other leguminous plants. Proc. California Acad. Sci. 3rd ser., Botany SCHEERLINCK, H. Les nodosites radicales des in inducing parasitism in lucerne and clover nodules. Proc. Roy.
Soc. London B. Bur clover was studied in subtropical and sub-humid zones in Pakistan, to see if adapted to its climate. Anwar et al. () found that bur clover could potentially be used for rangelands and marginal croplands and produced between tons per acre.
For annual legumes, such as bur clover File Size: KB. Medicago is a genus of flowering plants, commonly known Medicago denticulata Willd. medick or burclover, in the legume family ().It contains at least 87 species and is distributed mainly around the Mediterranean basin.
The best-known member of the genus is alfalfa (M. sativa), an important forage crop, and the genus name is based on the Latin Medicago denticulata Willd. for that plant, medica, from Greek: μηδική (πόα) Median (grass).Clade: Tracheophytes.
Medicago polymorpha is a plant species of the genus is native to the Mediterranean basin but is found throughout the world. It forms a symbiotic relationship with the bacterium Sinorhizobium medicae, which is capable of nitrogen names include California burclover, toothed bur clover, toothed medick and burr : Fabaceae.
Other uses of Toothed Bur-Clover: Used as a green manure, it fixes atmospheric nitrogen. Propagation of the herb: Pre-soak the seed for 12 hours in warm water and then sow in spring in situ. The seed can also be sown in situ in the autumn. Cultivation of Toothed Bur-Clover: Sandy or gravelly soils near the sea in eastern and southern England.
Associations. Bur clover may occur in pure stands, but in the USA it is often grown in association with other winter annuals, such as soft brome (Bromus hordeaceus), wild oats, and filaree species (Erodium spp.).As a winter annual, bur clover germinates in autumn following the first rains of the season (USDA NRCS, ).Flowering occurs in April and pods are mature in May (Sitzia et al., ).
as large bur clover (Medicago polymorpha) and small bur clover (Medicago minima). Both species are dicots (broadleaf plants) in the legume family and are closely related to the true clovers.
Large bur clover and small bur clover are native to Europe but brought to the States as grazing material (fodder crop) for cattle. Large bur clover can. Medicago polymorpha is a herbaceous legume that is native to western and central Asia and countries around the Mediterranean, and has been introduced.
“Large bur clover can grow from inches and has flower clusters consisting of flowers, blooming in early spring. “Small bur clover can grow from inches long with 10 or more. Burr clover is a plant that grows small yellow flowers and little burrs, which stick to your feet as you walk through the lawn.
The leaves shade the grass and cause it to die back or not grow, creating bare patches in your lawn in the late fall, after the clover dies out. Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation, with data contributed by public and private institutions and individuals, including the Consortium of California Herbaria.
[web application]. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit organization]. Peirce G J The root tubercles of bur clover (Medicago denticulata Willd.) and of some other leguminous plants;Calif.
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Plants may appear in other counties, especially if used in landscaping. This map is very incomplete. North American distribution, attributed to U. Department of Agriculture. Burr Clover is often mistaken for regular clover but these leaves are coarse, rough-edged and grow off prostate runners all branching out from a central taproot.
Clover is the common name given to a group of approximately leguminous plants in the genus Trifolium, in the family Fabaceae. Several species are cultivated specifically for fodder.
The most commonly cultivated is white clover, Trifolium repens. Clover species are generally small and are usually trifoliate (leaves possess three leaflets.
This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some are listed above. Click on an acronym to view each weed list, or click here for a composite list of Weeds of the U.S.
Dear Neil: I have bur clover all over my lawn. The little burs aren't especially prickly, but they mat horribly in my dog's hair. What can I do to eliminate them. A: Apply a broadleafed weedkiller. Other Common Names: burclover, bur clover, California burclover, toothed medick Related Scientific Names: Medicago denticulata Willd.
(Synonym). California burclover is an annual broadleaf plant. It is found throughout California, except the Great Basin and deserts, to about feet ( m). It inhabits agricultural land, turf, and other disturbed areas. California burclover is good forage for livestock and is sometimes cultivated for pasture or as a.
Peirce, G. The root-tubercles of Bur Clover (Medicago denticulata Willd.) and of some other leguminous Calif. Acad. Sci. Bot. III –. The root-tubercles of Bur Clover (Medicago denticulata Willd.) and some other leguminous plants. 34 p., 1 plate, wrps; BA € 8 Perreau, J.
et al., Entretiens du Museum.White clover is a desirable species in pastures and rangelands as it provides nutritious forage and adds nitrogen to the soil. White clover is a perennial plant in areas where summer rainfall is adequate.
In other areas it reestablishes each fall from seed. Burclover is an. Little bur-clover thrives on disturbed soils, and flowers April - July. This plant usually occurs in non wetlands, but can sometimes be found in wetlands. Medicago minima occurs at an elevation between 40 and meters.
History: U.S. Habitat: Low roadsides, disturbed shores, and other moist open habitats. Usually found in non-wetlands, but.