Rhizosheath occurrence in South African grasses

@inproceedings{Bailey1997RhizosheathOI,
  title={Rhizosheath occurrence in South African grasses},
  author={Catherine L. Bailey and Mary C. Scholes},
  year={1997}
}
Rhizosheaths are the sandy coatings which cover the entire length of each root of many of the indigenous grass species growing in South Africa. The results of an extensive herbarium survey showed that rhizosheaths occur on more than 80% of the grass species studied, irrespective of the environmental conditions to which the individuals are exposed, Only 23 species did not have any sheath occurrence, The herbarium survey, together with growth experiments using Anthephora pubescens Nees, Digitaria… CONTINUE READING

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