Ceratophyllum


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Synonyms for Ceratophyllum

constituting the family Ceratophyllaceae: hornworts

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Promotion of oxidative stress in the aquatic macrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum during biotransformation of the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin-LR.
Ceratophyllum patch was the most diversified habitat, where crustaceans were the most abundant as well.
Phragmites australis and Quercus robur leaf extracts affect antioxidative system and photosynthesis of Ceratophyllum demersum.
X CERATOPHYLLACEAE (Hornwort Family) Ceratophyllum demersum L.
No mosquito larvae composed the deeper water Nuphar-Nelumbo (cow-lily/American lotus) community, nor the deepest water Ceratophyllum (coontail moss) community.
Existen varios tipos de comunidades de hidrofitas, predominan Typha dominguensis (tule), y Ceratophyllum demersum (zargazo) generalmente enraizadas.
La mayoria de los registros previos al trabajo de Ross (1) provienen de rios, arroyos y lagunas, sobre Phragmites, Paspalidium, Potamogeton, Lagarosiphon, Ceratophyllum y sustratos duros (naturales o artificiales) en aguas someras y ocasionalmente en el plancton.
Benthic algae communities in different sites of rivers of different water quality Vandens Tyrimu ruozas Atstumas nuo kokybes ziociu, km klase II - svarus Akm-1 6,5 Bab-4 9,9 Bab-5 5,0 Bra-4 1,9 III - mazai Bra-5 0,3 uzterstas Kul-3 1,7 Sie-3 34,9 Sie-6 17,3 eei-3 23,5 Tat-2 15,8 IV - vidutiniskai Lom-4 11,5 uzterstas Lom-6 0,3 salc-1 9,9 Vandens Susiformavusi bendrija kokybes klase II - svarus Cladophora glomerata-Fontinalis antipyretica Vietomis gausios: Ceratophyllum sp.
Chloroplasts, shown at the right inside cells of the aquatic plant Ceratophyllum, were once free-living cyanobacteria that were engulfed but not digested by ancient protists.
Studies on decomposition of Ceratophyllum demersum litter under laboratory and field conditions: losses of dry mass and nutrients, qualitative changes in inorganic compounds and consequences for ambient water and sediments.
Aravind P, Prasad MNV (2003) Zinc alleviates cadmium-induced oxidative stress in Ceratophyllum demersum L.
For example, non-molecular-based studies have suggested that the monocots are most closely related to the Ranales (Ranunculales, Nymphaeales, Magnoliales, Ceratophyllum et al.
Ceratophyllum demersum, abundantly present in nitrogen-rich lakes (Schmieder, 1998), may reach considerable depths in both LCB1 and LCB2 lakes.