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Weedy adaptation in Setaria spp. Isozyme analysis of genetic diversity and population genetic structure in Setaria viridis.
Amer. Bot. Note: supports conspecific Taxonomy of Setaria book with Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv. Wang, Z. et al. Construction of RFLP-based maps of foxtail millet, Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv. Theor. Full text of "Taxonomy of Setaria (Gramineae) in North America" See other formats.
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Setaria italica. Species. Scientific Name: Setaria Pal. (Poaceae) italica Palib. Related Plants 'Highlander' 'Hylander' 'Lime Light' 'Lowlander' 'Manta' 'Red Jewel' 'White Wonder' Taxonomy Levels. Setaria. Setaria italica. Plant Citations. Vaughan, J.G.
The New Oxford Book of Food Plants. The weedy Setaria species (giant, green, yellow, knotroot, and bristly foxtail) compose one of the worst weed groups interfering with world agriculture and in other disturbed and managed habitats.
These species, together with their crop counterparts (foxtail millet, korali), form the foxtail species-group (spp.-gp). Five successive waves of Setaria spp. invasion from preagricultural times to Cited by: Setaria is a widespread genus of plants in the grass family.
The name is derived from the Latin word seta, meaning "bristle" or "hair", which refers to the bristly spikelets.
The genus includes over species distributed in many tropical and temperate regions around the world, and members are commonly known as foxtail or bristle grasses. Three species of Setaria have been domesticated and Clade: Angiosperms. About this book. Setaria (Poaceae: Panicoideae: Paniceae) in the Old World is revised, providing identification tools for a group that includes many important forage grasses and several widespread a includes annual and perennial species of open and dry places, with membranous-ciliate ligules, lanceolate to filiform leaves, lax to spiciform inflorescences, and solitary or paired.
Foxtail millet, Setaria italica (L.) Beauv., is the only Setaria grown as crop. It is a small grain cereal of the Paniceae tribe. It has long been important for human consumption in China and. This introduced grass is a summer annual that branches at the base to form a small tuft of leafy culms.
In open areas, the slender culms are erect, ascending, or widely spreading; they are 1½ 2' long, terete, light green, and hairless. Setaria is a genus of grasses, including some problem weed species.
Description. The species share in common a "fox-tail" inflorescence. Growing conditions Varieties Uses Maintenance Propagation Harvesting Pests and diseases References. Background. Setaria viridis, the wild relative of foxtail millet (Setaria italica), has recently been adopted as a model species for the study of C 4 panicoid grasses by the photosynthesis research community [1–6].The support of the research community for this model is evidenced by the first Setaria conference held in Beijing in .Reported uses of Setaria viridis to date have focused Cited by: The authors redescribe Setaria equina found in horses, mules, à burro, and à cow; S.
labiatopapil-losa found in cattle, Antilocapra americana, Bison bison, Alces alces, Odocoileus hemionus, Ovis canadensis, Rangifer caribou and à horse; and S. yehi from Odocoileus hemionus, O. virginianus, R.
caribou, R. arcticus and B. bison, all from North by: Select rank. The report will display the elements of all the ranks from Kingdom down to the rank you choose. If you select Family or Genus, this report may load slowly since there are many terms in these categories. Choose display options. Display rank terms.
Description. It is an annual grass that grows in tufts from 20 to centimetres high. It has green flowers that occur in an open panicle. Taxonomy. This species was first published by Rudolf Albert Wolfgang Herrmann in Its only synonym is Setaria buchananii, published by Albert Spear Hitchcock in Distribution and habitat.
It occurs in Western Australia and the Northern : Poaceae. The taxonomy of sorghum and the millets is presented in Table along with general information about common names and production.
Fig. shows scanning electron microscopy images of the grains of sorghum and major millets. To enable direct comparison, they are shown in their relative sizes. It is revealing that there is such an enormous diversity in sizes of the grains, from sorghum, which Cited by: 1.
Chromosomenzahlen in den Gattungen Panicum und Setaria, part I. Chromosomenzahlen einier Setaria-Arten. Cytologia Cytologia Kivilaan, A.
and R. Bandurski. Impacts Setaria verticillata (Poaceae): species information from GCW Information on Setaria verticillata as relevant to Pacific Islands is provided by the Global Compendium of Weeds (GCW). Setaria verticillata impact information from GISD (ISSG) Impact information regarding Setaria verticillata as an invasive species is provided from the Global Invasive Species Database (GISD).
Taxonomy & nomenclature GRIN nomenclature info for Setaria geniculata Nomenclatural information about Setaria geniculata is provided by USDA/ARS/NGRP/GRIN. Setaria geniculata information from ITIS The Integrated Taxonomic Information System ITIS provides authoritative taxonomic information on Setaria geniculata, as well as other plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world.
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We have collated and reviewed published records of the genera Panicum and Setaria (Poaceae), including the domesticated millets Panicum miliaceum L.
(broomcorn millet) and Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv. (foxtail millet) in pre cal b.c. sites across the Old s of these sites, which span China, central-eastern Europe including the Caucasus, Iran, Syria and Egypt, are presented Cited by: After a general description of the subspecies, the diagnostic characters used are enumerated, with indications of their range of variation, and a key is presented for the identification of botanical varieties, these being arranged in three groups, viz.
convarS. manshurica, chinensekorajensis and autmlo-mongolica. Descriptions, in Russian and in Latin, of 29 botanical varieties are presented, Author: R. Gricenko.
Setaria viridis is an important self-pollinating, cosmopolitan weed of temperate regions worldwide. Allozyme markers were used to investigate genetic diversity and structure in accessions (including four S. italica) collected mainly from North America and Eurasia.Trailing or erect annuals; culms cm high; nodes glabrous.
Leaves x cm, linear, flat, glabrous; ligule a row of hairs. Panicle spiciform, interrupted; bristles mm long, atrorsely barbed. Taxonomy and Genotypic Variation. There are Setaria species worldwide, divided among several subgenera; 74 of these are from Africa (Hubbard ; Rominger ).The taxonomy of the genus is very complex, and accurate classification has been confounded by the high degree of overlapping morphological characters, both within and between species, and the diverse polyploidy Cited by: