Sparganium


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Por ejemplo, Echinodorus virgatus solamente se conoce de Nayarit y Veracruz, Lemna trisulca de la Peninsula de Baja California, Distrito Federal, Estado de Mexico e Hidalgo, Myriophyllum pinnatum de Chihuahua y Michoacan, Oserya coulteriana de Sonora a Guerrero y Tamaulipas, Potamogeton natans de Baja California, Distrito Federal y Michoacan, Sagittaria platyphylla de Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas y Michoacan y Sparganium eurycarpum de Baja California y el estado de Mexico.
The vegetation in Group 1 was dominated by Fontinalis antipyretica (78% of the sites), Nuphar lutea (70%), and Sparganium emersum (70%).
La fitocenosi e caratterizzata dalla dominanza di Sparganium erectum e risulta paucispecifica per la tendenza di questa elofita a formare densi popolamenti (cf.
Buttercup Achenes 1 Potentilla palustris Purple marshlocks Achenes 3 Mitella nuda Naked miterwort Seeds 2 Sparganium sp.
The following aquatic plants were studied: Potamogeton perfoliatus, Ranunculus eradicatus, Sparganium stenofillum, and also some species of blue-green algae.
In the freshwater lakes, the helophytic vegetation consists of beds of club-rushes, reeds, and reedmaces, with club-rush (Scirpus lacustris), common reed (Phragmites australis [=communis]), and the narrow-leaved bulrush (Typha angustifolia) together with variable patches of yellow flag iris (Iris pseudacorus) accompanied by the white water-lily (Nymphaea alba) and Sparganium erectum.
Swampy land, on the other hand, would be filled with plants which can grow in oxygen-starved soil because of special air-containing tissue: Equisetum (horsetail or scouring rush), rushes (Juncus), Scirpus, Alisma, Sagittaria and Sparganium.
Nash Indian grass Sparganium bur-reed Staphylea trifolia L.
Uber die Verwandtschaft von Typha und Sparganium im Infloreszenz- und Blutenbau.
1 in 6, + in 7; Trifoliumpratense 1 in 5, + in 8; Danthonia decumbens + in 6 and 7; Cerastium vulgare 1 in 7, + in 8; Nardus stricta + in 7, 1 in 9; Equisetum palustre, Stellaria alsine and Trifolium repens 1, Glyceria declinata and Montia amporitana + in 5; Eleocharis quinqueflora in 1, Polygala vulgaris and Sparganium neglectum + in 7; Geum hispidum, Trifolium montanum and Veronica beccabunga +in 8; Juncus bulbosus 1 in 9.
a thistle; Vicia americana, American purple vetch (not on our list); Rhus glabra, smooth sumac; Asclepias speciosa, showy milkweed; Toxicodendron radicans, poison ivy; Apocynum cannabinum, hemp dogbane; Helianthus petiolaris, plains sunflower; Amorpha fruticosa, wildindigo; Gaura coccinea, scarlet gaura; Monarda pectinata, a mint not on our list; Potamogeton nodosus, floating-leaf pondweed; Rubus occidentalis, black raspberry; Sparganium eurycarpum, bur-reed; Callirhoe involucrata, purple poppy-mallow; Plantago patagonica, woolly plantain; and Anemone canadensis, meadow anemone.
A few are very common species, while some are relatively uncommon [Amsonia tabernaemontana (blue star), Cicuta bulbifera (bulblet water hemlock), Oxypolis rigidior (cowbane), Ranunculus pensylvanicus (bristly crowfoot), Sparganium eurycarpum bur-reed)].
mandshuricum TCM26 Semen Persicae Prunus Persica TCM27 Rhizoma Cimicifugae foetidae Cimicifuga goetida TCM28 Fructus Tribuli Tribulus terrestris TCM29 Rhizoma Acori tatarinowii Acorus tatarinowii TCM30 Rhizoma Sparganii Sparganium stoloniferum TCM31 Radix Bupleuri chinensis Bupleurum chinense TCM32 Radix Puerariae Pureraria lobata TCM33 Semen Plalycladi Platycladus orientalis TCM34 Semen Ziziphi spinosae Ziziphus jujuba var.