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Euphorbia virgata

Taxonomy
The status of the taxon:
checked
Department: Magnoliophyta
Class Magnoliopsida
Subclass: Dilleniidae
Superorder: Euphorbianae
Order: Euphorbiales
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Genus: Euphorbia
The specific epithet: virgata
Author: Waldst. and Kit.
Names, synonyms, alternative name of this plant in different countries
Name Status
Euphorbia kitaibelii Klok. and Dubovik synonym
euphorbia sp. English name
Euphorbia virgata Waldst. and Kit. main title
Euphorbia waldsteinii (Sojak) Czer. synonym
Euphorbia waldsteinii (Sojak) Czerep. or (Sojak) Radcl.-Sm. synonym
Spurge English name
Tithymalus graminifolius 'waldsteinii (Sojak) Sojak' ssp.
Tithymalus tommasinianus 'waldsteinii (Sojak) Sojak' ssp.
Tithymalus waldsteinii Sojak synonym
Молочай лозный Russian name

Ecology:

Habitat.:
рудеральные, сегетальные облигатные , сегетальные факультативные , растения пастбищ и сенокосных угодий, сорняки пропашных культур, огородные и садовые
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

Data on environmental scales:

Scale Landolt

Attitude to moisture:
on soils from medium dry to moist
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The acidity of the soil:
in slightly acidic soil, never very sour, but sometimes in neutral and slightly alkaline (pH 4.5 to 7.5)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The richness of the soil mineral nutrition, especially nitrogen compounds:
on rich soils
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The content of humus:
on soils with medium humus content
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Mechanical composition and soil structure:
on fine soils (clay, peat), usually waterproof and poorly aerated (particle diameter less than 0.002 mm)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Illumination:
prosvetova plant (often in full light, but sometimes with some shading)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Temperature:
5
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Continenatlity:
4
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

The Scale Of Tsyganov

Termokhimicheskie scale, from:
subarctic/boreal
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Termokhimicheskie scale, to:
Submediterranean/Mediterranean
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Continentality of climate, from:
submaterials
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Continentality of climate, to:
continental
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Apolitically aridity-Guidetti, from:
maturity/semi-arid
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Apolitically aridity-Guidetti to:
sub-humid/humid
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Creolisation, from:
harsh winters/a winters
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Karolinamisia to:
mild winters/warm winters
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Soil moisture, from:
semi-desert
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Soil moisture, to:
damp-forest-meadow
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Salt regime of soils, from:
poor soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Salt regime of soils, to:
selenaselena soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The wealth of soil nitrogen from:
very nitrogen poor soils/poor nitrogen soils
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The wealth of the soil nitrogen, to:
nitrogen-rich soils/excessively nitrogen-rich soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The acidity of the soil, from:
acidic soils (pH 4,5-5,5)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The acidity of the soil, to:
alkaline soils (pH >/ 8,0)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Light-shading from:
open spaces
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Light-shading, to:
semi-open spaces
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Variability of moisture, from:
moderately alternating moisture
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Variability of moisture, to:
sharply alternating moisture
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

Appearance:

Life:
Многолетнее
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The root system:
Корнеотпрысковая
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

Use:

Horticultural classes:
Сорняк
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

Reproduction:

The minimum temperature of germination:
3-4
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The maximum depth of germination, see:
10-12
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The list of sources:
1. http://humangarden.ru/myinfo.htm
2. Черепанов, 1995