2 edition of physiology of Juncus effusus L.. found in the catalog.
physiology of Juncus effusus L..
Dennis Raymond Higgins
Thesis (D. Phil. ) - New University of Ulster, 1979.
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Common rush Common rush is a spreading evergreen perennial. The erect pale-green stems grows 2 - 5' tall. Needs moist soils such as along stream edges and meadows. This clumping rush provides food and nesting for birds and other wildlife. Flowers May - August followed by rust colored fruit capsules that persist for into the winter. Sun: Full Sun, PartMissing: physiology. Juncus effusus L. is a riparian aquatic plant from the Juncaceae family found alongside moist river and lake perimeters. The usage of the plant relates to the medicinal usage in Chinese medicine. The plant is used for a variety of ailments including fevers, anxiety, and physical tension.
Juncaceae is a family of flowering plants, commonly known as the rush consists of 8 genera and about known species of slow-growing, rhizomatous, herbaceous monocotyledonous plants that may superficially resemble grasses and often grow on infertile soils in a wide range of moisture conditions. The best-known and largest genus is : Tracheophytes. Soft Rush Juncus effusus Rush family (Juncaceae) Description: This perennial rush is about ' tall, forming vegetative clumps of unbranched stems that are erect to ascending. Each stem is medium green, terete (round in cross-section), soft, and hairless; it is typically about 4 mm. across at the base, becoming gradually more slender to about 2 mm. across near the inflorescence.
datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Juncus effusus L. Juncus effusus is an evergreen perennial herbaceous plant with a striking vertical produces multiple culms arranged in dense tufts that grow about 1 metre tall. The narrow, smooth stems are rounded with pointed tips and no obvious leaves. These lustrous green culms are strong but flexible. In the summertime unobtrusive coppery inflorescences appear along the side of the culms. The Missing: physiology.
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Juncus spp., primarily Juncus patens E. Mey (spreading rush) and Juncus effusus L. (soft rush) Rushes. Family: Juncaceae. Range: Rush species vary in their range but they occur throughout the U.S. patens. is found in California, Oregon and Washington.
effusus. is native to nearly all western states except South Dakota, Wyoming and Utah. The physiology of juncus effusus L. Author: Higgins, D. ISNI: Awarding Body: The New University of Ulster Current Institution: Ulster University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Access from EThOS.
Juncus effusus is a PERENNIAL growing to m (5ft) by m (1ft 8in). It is hardy to zone (UK) 4. It is in flower from June to August.
The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Wind. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy). Due to the ecological and economic significance of mat rush (Juncus effusus L.), an in vitro experiment was conducted to unveil the toxic effects of ultraviolet radiation (UV-C) on its physiology.
Ultraviolet-C mediated physiological and ultrastructural alterations in Juncus effusus L. shoots. Juncus effusus L. var. compactus Lej. & Court. • CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT. Graminoid marshes, ditches, shorelines, meadows, low areas in fields. Juncus effusus has been treated variously by different authors, most commonly as being comprised of several varieties.
However, some recent treatments (Brooks and Clemants ) abandon recognition of. Soft rush – Juncus effusus Soft rush was probably introduced to America from Europe.
Soft rush typically grows in very crowded stands. It may be found throughout Florida in fresh or saltwater marshes, swamps, shores, meadows, forests, ponds, or streams. It flowers throughout the year.
Soft rush grows in clumps, from short, thick rhizomes. THE INTER SPECIFIC RELATIONSHIPS OF JUNCUS EFFUSUS AND J.
CONGLOMERATUS IN BRITAIN By A. AGNEW Botany Department, University College Nairobi, p.a. BoxNairobi, Kenya ABSTRACT Juncus effusus and J. conglomeratus appear to be specifically distinct in the British Isles; J. conglomeratus is the rarer species.
effusus (soft rush) has been identified as one of the most important species causing problems through competition. Juncus spp. were the most frequent vegetation type found on the cutaway bogs during the survey, while J. effusus was the plant most frequently found on the cutaways during the vegetation survey (Parr ) (Figure 1.
Care for Juncus Spiralis. Juncus effusus Spiralis, also called Corkscrew Rush, is a low maintenance grass-like perennial that grows to a height of about 18 inches, producing stems with a corkscrew.
The cultivar Juncus effusus 'Spiralis' (syn. Juncus spiralis), with the common names corkscrew rush or spiral rush, is a distinctive potted and water garden plant due to its very curled spiral like foliage.
Weed control. Juncus effusus can become a naturalized or invasive species, undesirable in rangelands for its unpalatability to : Angiosperms. A good vertical accent plant, Juncus effusus (Common Rush) is a clump-forming, evergreen, rhizomatous perennial boasting smooth, upright, rounded, bright green stems that form arching fans.
From late spring to summer, rounded heads of very small, greenish brown, scaly flowers emerge on the sides of the stems just below the stem g: physiology. This refers to the cylindrical stems of Juncus spp.
and the triangular stems and entire leaf margins of Carex spp. Juncus effusus provides cover and nesting sites for wetland birds and other wildlife.
This cosmopolitan species is indigenous throughout Eurasia. Many cultures around the world have used Juncus spp. stems to weave baskets and g: physiology. Noteworthy Characteristics. Juncus effuses, commonly known as soft rush, common rush, bog rush or mat rush, is a grasslike-like, rhizomatous, wetland perennial that features smooth, upright, cylindrical, unjointed, spire-like green stems (leaves are absent) which grow in spreading basal clumps to ” is one of the true rushes.
It has a nearly cosmopolitan distribution, being found. Increased ultraviolet radiations intruding on the earth pose a serious threat to the unadapted plants.
Due to the ecological and economic significance of mat rush (Juncus effusus L.), an in vitro experiment was conducted to unveil the toxic effects of ultraviolet radiation (UV-C) on its physiology and ultrastructure.
The basal culm segments of plant were used for in vitro treatments of Cited by: Conservation Plant Characteristics Data Definitions PLANTS Characteristics species list.
Conservation Plant Characteristics Juncus effusus L. common rush JUEF. Morphology/Physiology: Active Growth Period: Spring: After Harvest Regrowth Rate: Slow: Bloat: None: C:N. Dedicated to the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.
Juncus. Juncus effusus L. Juncus effusus L. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Juncus (family Juncaceae). The record derives from IOPI (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record ) with.
is a slow spreading, clump forming, grass-like perennial which emerges from a stout branching rootstock. The short, finely divided rhizomes are 6 to 10 inches long, growing from 1/4 toFile Size: 55KB. This is often a coarser plant than Juncus pylaei, with longer inflorescence branches (except in “congested” forms) and stouter stems.
The sheaths are pale brown, often darkening to dark brown or dark reddish brown at the base, but lacking the purple black color often seen at the sheath bases of J. pylaei. Juncus effusus Juncus effusus L. Common Rush, Soft Rush Juncaceae (Rush Family) Synonym(s): USDA Symbol: juef USDA Native Status: L48 (N), AK (N), HI (I), PR (N), CAN (N), SPM The soft, grass-like stems of this strictly wetland plant are in clumps and each bears clusters of very small, greenish-brown, scaly flowers, the clusters diverging from one point on the side of the stalk near the g: physiology.Common rush or soft rush (Juncus effusus) is a grass-like plant which resembles the foliage of chives with dark green cylindrical stems and a vase-shaped habit.
Although its green stems appear stiff, they are soft to the touch. The plant grows from a clump at the base .Juncus effusus cv. Spiralis will reach a height of m ( feet) and a spread of m (2 feet) after two to five years.
Plants may flower in summer, but the inflorescences, range from yellow-green to brown and are small and nonshowy. It is a popular ornamental water plant due to its tortuous spiral like g: physiology.