listen to the pronunciation of grassland
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mera
{i} çayır
grassland farming
çayır ve mera tarımı
grassland farming
cayır ve mera tarımı
area of grassland
cayır alanı
Englisch - Englisch
an area dominated by grass or grasslike vegetation
an area, such as a prairie, of grass, or grasslike vegetation
Any plant community in which grasses and or legumes compose the dominant vegetation Land on which the vegetation is dominated by grasses
An ecosystem with an abundance of grass and wildflower species
Region in which the climate is dry for long periods of the summer, and freezes in the winter Grasslands are characterized by grasses and other erect herbs, usually without trees or shrubs Grasslands occur in the dry temperate interiors of continents, and first appeared in the Miocene
area, such as a prairie or meadow, of grass or grasslike vegetation
{i} area of land mainly covered with grasses (i.e. prairie); area of land where grass is grown (especially pastureland)
An area, such as a prairie or meadow, of grass or grasslike vegetation More specifically, grasslands constitute a geographical region dominated by shrubs and grasses, receiving 10 to 30 inches of rain annually Alpine Grasslands are in cool, high-elevation areas Temperate Grasslands, called Prairie (North America), Pampas (South America), Steppe, (Asia), or Veldt (South Africa), are found in regions with moderate temperatures Tropical Grasslands, also called Savannas, are found in warmer climates Also see Biome ADVANCE \x 540
A biome dominated by grasses and associated herbaceous plants
Grassland is land covered with wild grass. areas of open grassland. a large area of land covered with wild grass = prairie
Permanent grassland has a distinctive flora (predominantly grasses), fauna and soil profile It constitutes a major world vegetation type occurring where there is sufficient moisture for grass growth and where conditions prevent the growth of trees
land where grass or grasslike vegetation grows and is the dominant form of plant life
A dry terrestrial habitat predominated by grasses, legumes, and flowers Grasslands have few-if any-trees In a grassland, the rainfall is not enough to enable tree growth but is sufficient to prevent the formation of a desert Also Known As: pampa, savannah, prairie Examples: The Argentine pampa, North American prairies, and African savannahs are all examples of grasslands Related Terms: shortgrass prairie tallgrass prairie
a vegetation community in which grasses are the most conspicuous plants
Ecosystem whose dominant species are various types of grass Found in regions where average precipitation is not great enough to support the growth of shrublands or forest
plural of grassland