10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RUDERAL»
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Encyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning: ...
5267 ruderal habitat [n] phyt. (VIR 1982, 313; area frequented by ▻ruderal plants
); s estación [f] ruderal (Ubicación de ▻plantas ruderales); f station [f] rudérale (
Station sur laquelle se développent les ▻plantes rudérales) ; g Ruderalstelle [f] ...
Ecological Engineering for Pest Management: Advances in ...
... Biannual species Cichorium intybus ruderal 120 Daucus carota meadow 150
Dipsacus fullonum ruderal 2 Echium vulgare ruderal 200 Malva sylvestris ruderal
60 Melilotus albus ruderal 20 Pastinaca sativa ruderal 80 Reseda lutea ruderal ...
Geoff Gurr, Steve Wratten, Miguel Altieri, 2004
How the Earthquake Bird Got Its Name and Other Tales of an ...
Low- stress and high-disturbance environments should favor short-lived and fast-
growing species (ruderal strategy). These three different strategies (competitor,
stress tolerator, ruderal) would have different successes in different disturbance ...
Urban Ecology: An International Perspective on the ...
In Essen, for example, Reidl and Dettmar (1993) found 55 communities (of a total
of 262) which are characterized by alien species, among them 27 belonging to
the annual and perennial ruderal vegetation (e.g., communities with Inula ...
John Marzluff, Eric Shulenberger, Wilfried Endlicher, 2008
Vegetation of Southern Africa
Ruderal 17 6 0 1 Other dicotyledons 66 44 3 3 Monocotyledons Cyperua
esculentus Ruderal 72 69 8 12 5 Flmbrletylia sp. Ruderal 93 62 55 0 1 Eleusine
Indica Ruderal 13 52 0 1 24 Eragrostis curvula Primary greas 2 12 4 0 0
R. M. Cowling, D. M. Richardson, S. M. Pierce, 2004
Carabid Beetles as Bioindicators: Biogeographical, ...
The central part of the study site was formerly characterised as a ruderal seepage
area (now ruderal area) because of seepage water. Ecological flooding, through
the ecological flood gate, should prevent the succession of this area from ...
D. Johan Kotze, Thorsten Assmann, Jinze Noordijk, 2011
Plant Strategies, Vegetation Processes, and Ecosystem Properties
One of the most interesting and thorough investigations of the stress physiology
of a ruderal plant is that of Kingsbury et al. (1976), who examined the response of
the annual halophyte, Lasthenia glabrata, to various periods of osmotic stress of
Isozymes in Plant Biology
Life Taxon history Ploidal Region level sampled Major habitat Source Abutilon
theophrasti A P E. Canada agrestal Warwick, 1988 Avena barbata A P S.
California ruderal Allardet al., 1978 Bromus tectorum A D N.W. U.S.A. rangelands
Douglas E. Soltis, Pamela S. Soltis, 1990
Urban Biodiversity and Design
... spontaneous growth at ruderal sites in villages and urbanized areas Mature
woodlands; occasional voluntary growth at ruderal sites; occasionally cultivated
in parks and gardens Forests on mountains and lowlands; occasional
Norbert Muller, P. Werner, J. G. Kelcey, 2010
Soil Biota and Ecosystem Development in Post Mining Sites
non-ruderal species coincides with substantial changes in the soil structure and
soil biota as described elsewhere in this book and by Frouz et al. (2008) and
Mudrák et al. (2010). The separation of samples representing the two phases of ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RUDERAL»
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DEP, activists at odds over cattle grazing in state park
The proposed cattle grazing area is 6,630 acres and consists of Dry Prairie, Mesic Flatwoods, Prairie Hammock, Depression Marsh and ruderal areas. In kind ... «Bay News 9, Jun 15»
Rooted in the past: the plants that flourish in ruins
What's called “ruderal botany” — the study of what grows in rubble — began in the Colosseum when in 1643 herbalist Domenico Panaroli catalogued what grew ... «Financial Times, Jun 15»
What is Cannabis Ruderalis?
The term ruderalis stems from the root word ruderal. In the plant world, a ruderal species is one that grows in spite of its environment being inhabited by humans ... «Leafly, Jun 15»
A Buzz in the Meadow by Dave Goulson review – the joy of insects
Unlike his last book, it is not about one thing (although I am delighted to see the return of my favourite naughty-sounding bee, the ruderal bumblebee) but many. «The Guardian, Apr 15»
Nature in motion: migration and its implications
We are aware of the impacts of migrant pests on agriculture enhanced by our predilection to plant monocultures of ruderal crops that provide optimal habitats for ... «OUPblog, Nov 14»
Chilca, “planta mágica” que le dio el Premio de Ciencias a la UMSA
"La chilca, cuyo nombre científico es Baccharis latifolia, es propia de la flora ruderal de los valles secos de La Paz”, explica la directora de la carrera de Biología ... «Diario Pagina Siete, Nov 14»
In Bankrupt Detroit, Nature Reclaims Debris Mounds on Vacant Land
Gelderloos, whose interests include urban vegetation and "ruderal species," or plants that are the first to colonize disturbed lands, said that only certain species ... «National Geographic, Sep 14»
Refuge Notebook: Wind carries insidious exotic plant seeds
These ruderal species (meaning the first to colonize disturbed soils) were followed in rapid succession by narrowleaf hawksbeard, narrowleaf hawkweed, ... «Kenai Peninsula Online, Aug 14»
Warm weather boosts hopes for rarest bumblebee's revival in Britain
"We have already spotted other very rare species in the area including the ruderal bumblebee and the red-shanked carder bee. "With short-haired bumblebee ... «The Guardian, May 14»
I'll bee back! Rare insect believed to be extinct since 1946 is …
But sightings of rare bees, including the ruderal bumblebee, the red shanked carder bee, the moss carder bee and the brown-banded carder bee, have ... «Daily Mail, May 14»