Isoetes


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Synonyms for Isoetes

type and genus of the Isoetaceae and sole extant genus of the order Isoetales

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Isoetes spores (up to 25%), which are not included in the sum of Pteridophyta, are very frequent in this zone.
aquatica as well as Isoetes echinospora, occur in oligotrophic lakes.
De estas las de distribucion geografica mas amplia son Isoetes mexicana y Oserya coulteriana (conocidas de 11 estados); por otra parte, cuatro especies endemicas se conocen como restringidas a uno solo: Eleocharis arsenifera (Chihuahua), Eleocharis reznicekii (Durango), Oserya longifolia (Jalisco) y Tagetes epapposa (Durango).
Pollen and spores from semi aquatic plants such as Cyperaceae, Sphagnum and Isoetes are present in moderate amounts and the ratio of charcoal to pollen is low.
Macrophyte growth is sparse in all lakes with the exception of small patches of Isoetes, Nuphar, and Sparganium.
Although this mineral content is always very low, the differences are enough to cause changes in the species composition and in the trophic stage, and thus, for example, lakes with very soft waters have communities dominated by Isoetes.
Complete plastome sequences of Equisetum arvense and Isoetes flaccida: implications for phylogeny and plastid genome evolution of early land plant lineages.
Otro grupo que presenta frecuentes cambios nomenclaturales corresponde al genero Isoetes, del cual se han registrado en la actualidad cinco especies para el PNN Chingaza (Rangel 2000b, Small & Hickey 2001).
orbiculatum h ms, pj Hl N Equisetaceae Equisetum bogotense Kunth h ms Hl N Isoetaceae Isoetes sp.
Las especies Cheilophyllum sphaerocarpum, Isachne polygonoides y Rhynchospora contracta se distribuyen en los sectores Cuba Occidental y Cuba Central, las que conjuntamente con Drosera capillaris, Xyris jupicai, Eriocaulon fulliginosum, Mayaca fluviatilis e Isoetes cubana; registradas desde la decada de los anos 80 y 90 del siglo XX (Avila et al.