Pontederia cordata


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American plant having spikes of blue flowers and growing in shallow water of streams and ponds

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Sagittaria montevidensis (giant arrowhead), Pontederia cordata, unidentified Gramineae.
In Pontederia cordata, the epidermisprobably disrupts with the ripening of the organ, staying with an exodermis with subtle thickening of the tangential external walls (Figure 4D and E).
The aerenchyma in Sagittaria montevidensis (Figure 6B), Pontederia cordata (Figure 4D) and Eichhornia azurea (Figure 4C) is composed by septum of cells totally dehydrated, what disables the counting of the cellular layers.
The energy cost of bee pollination for Pontederia cordata (Pontederiaceae).
The movement patterns of carpenter bees Xylocopa micans and bumblebees Bombus pennsylvanicus on Pontederia cordata inflorescences.
Pollination foraging behavior and pollen collection on the floral morphs of tristylous Pontederia cordata L.
Thrypticus formosensis B&H develops in Pontederia cordata L.
formosensis from Pontederia cordata, and 50 adults of T.
Male fertility and anisoplethic population structure in tristylous Pontederia cordata (Pontederiaceae).
Similarly, in cases where comparisons of parental and progeny morph frequencies have been made, they have failed to reveal mating asymmetries among morphs in Pontederia cordata (Barrett et al.
Its host plants are several Pontederiaceae species: Pontederia cordata L.
bellicus were only observed on Pontederiaceae specie: Pontederia cordata, P.
In contrast, pollen receipt and deposition occur within a few hours of flower opening in Pontederia cordata and within the first day of flower life in Raphanus sativus (Wolfe and Barrett 1987; Harder and Barrett 1992; Ashman et al.
Pollinator foraging behavior and pollen collection on the floral morphs of tristylous Pontederia cordata L.