2 edition of Grasses: a guide to their structure found in the catalog.
Grasses: a guide to their structure
C. E. Hubbard
Bibliography: p. 435-438.
|Statement||by C. E. Hubbard.|
|Series||Pelican books, A295|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G74 H74 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||463|
|LC Control Number||68136308|
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After the concise and informative descriptions of the structure of grasses and their flowers, there are lists of grasses for various habitats, followed by a key to grasses in flower.
It provides excellent scientific illustrations of the major grasses found in the UK and information /5. Buy Grasses: A Guide to Their Structure, Identification, Uses and Distribution.
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In it, farmers, botanists and anyone interested in the countryside can find all the material they need to identify our native grasses and to learn about their structure, distribution and uses. Grasses: A Guide to Their Structure, Identification, Uses Grasses: a guide to their structure book Distribution in the British Isles (Pelican) by Hubbard, Charles Edward Grasses: a guide to their structure book a great selection of related.
Offers descriptions of the structure of grasses and their flowers. This book contains lists of grasses for various habitats, and a key to grasses in flower.
It provides scientific illustrations of the major grasses found in the UK and information on the preferred conditions for each grass. The chapter entitled "If you do not find something in this book" has some recommended books and also has more glossary terms for the flowers, fruits, leaves and stems, which includes some general labeled diagrams for the grasses, rushes and by: Get this from a library.
Grasses: a guide to their structure, identification, uses, and distribution in the British Isles. [C E Hubbard]. Grasses: A Guide to Their Structure, Identification, Uses And Distribution in the British Isles (Pelican) Charles Edward Hubbard, J.C.E.
Hubbard, Joan Sampson Published by Penguin 29/03/ ()Price Range: £ - £ Book: Grasses. A guide to their structure, identification, uses, and distribution in each of which is illustrated and described in this book.
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Descriptions and illustrations are given of the species of grasses found in the British Isles together with keys for their identification in the seed, vegetative and flowering stages. Information is also given on the uses of various species as herbage, in lawns and as ornamentals.
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Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) C. Hubbard, J. Hubbard, Joan Sampson Date Publisher Penguin Pub place London Edition 3rd ed. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, third edition, Octavo, paperback, line drawings. Now in its third edition, this book allows botanists, farmers and naturalists to easily identify Britain's native grasses.
Detailed information is given on their structure, distribution and various uses. "This field-sturdy guide will be a valuable tool for all who need to know their grasses of the central Great Plains and a nice introduction to the pursuit for novices."— The Prairie Naturalist "A must-have guide for ranchers, naturalists, land owners and managers, and anyone wanting an introduction to the grasses of the Great : University Press of Kansas.
About this book Trees, the largest of all living things, are vital components of the landscape and have been exploited by humans since the beginnings of our history. They cover huge areas of the globe, from the rainforests of the central tropics to the conifer forests of the subarctic, and from high up mountains right down to the seashore.
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Following the various editions of Hubbard's classic book on British and Irish grasses (Hubbard,) many changes have taken place in grass taxonomy, and as result it was decided that a new BSBI handbook was both justified and gh great steps have been made in understanding the interrelationships of different groups of grasses (largely resulting from DNA-based Cited by: 2.
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Over of the most common species are accurately described in this handy volume: varieties of timothy, rye, foxtail, fescue, bluegrass, nutrush, cottongrass, bulrush, etc 3/5(2). Poaceae have hollow stems called culms, plugged at intervals called are alternate, distichous (in one plane) or rarely spiral, parallel-veined and arise at the nodes.
Each leaf is differentiated into a lower sheath hugging the stem for a distance and a blade with margin usually entire (meaning continuous and un-toothed). The leaf blades of many grasses are hardened with silica. Upon being requested to be the editor of this new publication, two important books on the subject immediately came to mind, a famous classic by J.
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of Central Florida), partly because the species are so like each other that they are hard to distinguish, and partly because as a group they are so. The panicoid group contains most of the African grasses. The panicoid grasses (Bogdon ) fix carbon by the efficient C 4 pathway of photosynthesis that has optimum temperatures of 30° to 40°C and optimum light intensities of 50 to 60 klx.
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Fabulously illustrated, it takes the guesswork out of selecting and caring for these beautiful plants. Grasses and Legumes Understanding the general structure, or morphol-ogy, of forage grasses and legumes aids in their iden-tification.
Generalized drawings of a legume and a grass are shown in Figures 1 and 2. These drawings are composites and contain characteristics of several different legumes or grasses.
Forage Identification and UseFile Size: 1MB. Ornamental grasses provide structure and height to flowerbeds and landscaping. They are also surprisingly drought tolerant and work equally well in cottage gardens and formal gardens. Ornamental grasses die each fall with the onset of cold temperatures.
If you allow them to remain unpruned you will have the joy of. A massive chunk of the second half of the book is the Directory of Grasses and Grass-Like Plants which describe hundreds of possibilities and where they will do best. Notes on their maintenance and a handy guide to planting densities means I will be able to start growing my grasses with confidence once I take the plunge.
Native Warm-Season Grasses and Wildlife ground-dwelling wildlife such as rabbits, wild turkeys, ring-necked pheasants, northern bobwhites, and a va-riety of songbirds and small mammals. Table 1 pro-vides examples of some wildlife species associated with native warm-season grasses.
The growth form of native warm-season grasses is a. Here, she offers top tips for growing grasses including which types to grow, how to cultivate and what to plant them with. 9 top tips for growing grasses in the garden: 1. Growing grasses in mass plantings can be stunning, but grasses look equally good as part of a mixed border, planted in repeated groups of three or five.
: The English Garden. With its clear, easy-to-use format, accurate line drawings, and concise descriptions, Edward Knobel's Field Guide can help make you an expert at identifying the common grasses, sedges, and rushes of the United States.
Over of the most common species are accurately described in this handy volume: varieties of timothy, rye, foxtail, fescue, bluegrass, nutrush, cottongrass, bulrush, etc Pages: Full text of "The book of grasses; an illustrated guide to the common grasses, and the most common of the rushes and sedges" See other formats.
Pruning Grasses in the Garden. Pruning grasses is a vital gardening activity to ensure they create healthy beautiful growth each year. If you don’t prune them what tends to happen is that they get really congested and start to look very scruffy.
It may feel counter-intuitive to cut. Grasses of Florida is the first complete systematic account of the grasses that occur in the wild throughout the A helpful section on morphology breaks down the structure of grass plants, highlighting their complexity and variety.
Due to the extensive uses and tremendous diversity of grasses, this book is an essential identification guide.
The new BSBI guide has super line drawings too, but not including the same level of detail as Hubbard. So, for example to distinguish species in a tricky genus like Agrostis, Hubbard reliably provides illustrations of lemmas and palea – the relative size of these two is important for distinguishing between Agrostis species.Hubbard published a long series of scientific articles, chiefly on the grasses of Europe and tropical Africa, but also covering the grasses of the West Indies, Mauritius, British Malaya, and Fiji.
He is perhaps better remembered for his popular science book Grasses: a Guide to their Structure, Identification, Uses and Distribution in the.