PMWHRPryor Mountain Wild Horse Range (Montana)
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Love (bluebunch wheatgrass), the dominant grass in the lowlands of the PMWHR (Knight et at., 1987).
The same morphological measurements, as well as reproductive shoot height (distance to the top of the inflorescence), were made in the more mesic upland sites of the PMWHR. Measurements were taken on tillers of Elymus lanceolatus (Scribn.
(threadleaf sedge), two less abundant graminoids in the uplands of the PMWHR.
Grazing-related changes in morphology observed in the dominant grasses of the PMWHR are the result of phenotypic plasticity or have resulted from genetic differentiation in grazed populations.