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Poa nemoralis

Taxonomy
The status of the taxon:
checked
Department: Magnoliophyta
Class Liliopsida
Subclass: Liliidae
Superorder: Poanae
Order: Poales
Family: Poaceae
Genus: Poa
The specific epithet: nemoralis
Author: L.
Names, synonyms, alternative name of this plant in different countries
Name Status
Poa nemoralis L. main title
wood bluegrass English name

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 poor soils
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The content of humus:
on soils rich in humus, but the plant roots reach the mineral soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Mechanical composition and soil structure:
on sandy, well-aerated soils (particle diameter of 0.05-2 mm)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Illumination:
primarily a shade plant (often under 10% of full light)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Temperature:
3
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Continenatlity:
3
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

The Scale Of Tsyganov

Termokhimicheskie scale, from:
subarctic (10-20 kcal/cm*cm*year)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Termokhimicheskie scale, to:
Mediterranean/tropical
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Continentality of climate, from:
extracanonical
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Continentality of climate, to:
ultracontinental
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Apolitically aridity-Guidetti, from:
arid (P-E = -800 - 1600 mm/year)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Apolitically aridity-Guidetti to:
argumeny
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Creolisation, from:
very harsh winters (the average temperature of the coldest month < -32)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Karolinamisia to:
very warm in winters/winters unexpressed
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Soil moisture, from:
by the middle-Prairie
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Soil moisture, to:
marsh
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Salt regime of soils, from:
poor soils
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Salt regime of soils, to:
rich soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The wealth of soil nitrogen from:
bezotosnyj soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The wealth of the soil nitrogen, to:
provided enough nitrogen in the soil
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The acidity of the soil, from:
strongly acidic soils (pH=3.5 to 4.5)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The acidity of the soil, to:
neutral soils (pH=6.5 to 7.2)
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Light-shading from:
semi-open spaces
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Light-shading, to:
a particularly shady forests
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Variability of moisture, from:
weak alternating moisture
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Variability of moisture, to:
much peremennogo moisture
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

Appearance:

Growth form:
Herbaceous plant
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
Life:
Многолетнее
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)

Botany:

Type of fruit:
Зерновка
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The type of fruit according to the method of development of the fruitlets:
Cookery
Source: Common. (See Sources tab)
The list of sources:
1. http://plants.usda.gov/java/introduced?queryParam=comname&sort=comname
2. Черепанов, 1995