Typha angustifolia

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Synonyms for Typha angustifolia

reed maces of America, Europe, North Africa, Asia

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Potential of Typha angustifolia for phytoremediation of heavy metals from aqueous solution of phenol and melanoidin.
auriculata (PS-sup) 0,0040 173 Salvinia molesta 0,0051 136 Salvinia cucullata 0,0033 210 Typha latifolia 0,0039 177 Typha anguatifolia 0,0047 147 Typha angustifolia 0,0019 364 Typha latifolia 0,0104 67 Typha glauca 0,0012 577 Typha glauca 0,0241 29 Juncus efusus 0,0011 629 Especie Citacao Eichhornia crassipes Howard-Williams e Junk (1976) Eichhornia crassipes Gamage e Asaeda (2005) Elodea canadensis Hill e Webster (1982) Lemna gibba Szabo et al.
Of other plant species Typha angustifolia, Galium palustre, Lythrum salicaria, Lysimachia vulgaris, Lemna trisulca, and the moss Warnstorfia exannulatus occurred.
Benthic community structure in stands of Typha angustifolia and herbicide-treated and untreated Phragmites australis.
Asociacion Typho angustifoliae-Phragmitetum australis Carrizal muy denso que en la region de estudio aparece dominado por Typha angustifolia y con menores porcentajes de cobertura T.
root of rush or reed for nets, eaten warnpa a farinaceous root growing on the banks of rivers, nutritious part eaten; string, nets made from tough part warupu farinaceous root of a flag, food, string, net wodlalla water rush wollogolin bullrush wollogolin Bulrush wonga Typha angustifolia wongal Typha roots wongal `bulrush and wongul roots' woorpert bulrush, prob.
Niche differentiation between two rhizomatous plant species: Typha latifolia and Typha angustifolia.
The Work Of This Project Includes All Labor, Equipment, And Materials To Selectively Herbicide Invasive Wetland Plant Species, Including Typha Angustifolia And T.
Time-dependent competitive displacement of Typha angustifolia by Lythrum salicaria.
where the mean rates for ethylene evolved by Typha angustifolia rhizosphere were 233.
The rhizospheres of several species examined at multiple sites were NA positive regardless of habitat: Carex lacustris, Chamaedaphne calyculata, Typha angustifolia, and Vaccinium macracarpon (Table 1).
Presently, stands of Phragmites australis exist along the western edge of the marsh near the open lake and Typha angustifolia appears to be a dominant throughout most of the wetland.
broad-leaved cattail), a North American native, Typha angustifolia L.