Typha latifolia


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tall marsh plant with cylindrical seed heads that explode when mature shedding large quantities of down

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For determining of Cd concentrations in roots, stems and leaves of Typha latifolia, The organs were separated and put them separately in Aven 105 within 48 hr, then organs were grinded and powdered by an electric mill separately, Also for drying of sediment samples, they were put in Aven 105[degrees]c within 48 hr and by using the china mortar were homogenized and fine, then for separating of particles diameter less 63 (micrometer) in sediment samples was used sieve 230.
Three aquatic plants of Phragmites australis Bulrush (Scirpus), Typha latifolia and Alisma plantgo were selected because of their availability and accessibility in the study area.
Liliales: Liliaceae) (Merrill 1951), decaying Narcissus bulbs (Liliales: Liliaceae) (Blanton 1938), and cattail, Typha latifolia L.
Juncus articulatus, Typha latifolia, Schoenoplectus lacustris, and Acorus calamus were found occasionally and distributed evenly along the shoreline.
Herbaceous plants occurring only in this sedge meadow include Chelone glabra, Eupatoriadelphus maculatus, and Typha latifolia.
No individuals of Typha latifolia were identified at the study site, however several high quality plants were present, though in low numbers.
Group C Value Fidelity IN CR Taxon IN CR IN CR A A Chara braunii N N N N A A Chara globularis N N N N A A Chara foliolosa N N N N A A Myriophyllum spicatum N N N N A A Nitella flexilis N N N N A A Riccia fluitans N N N N A A Ricciocarpus natans N N N N A C Ceratophyllum demersum 1 5 EL M A A Typha latifolia 1 1 EL EL B C Elodea canadensis 3 5 L M B D Junuos effusus 3 7 L H B C Lemna minor 3 5 L M B C Lycopus americanus 3 5 L M B D Persicaria hydropiperoides 3 7 L H B C Sagittaria latifolia 3 4 L M B C Stuckenia pectinata 3 5 L M C E Brasenia schreberi 4 10 M EH C C Carex comosa 6 5 M M C C Cephalanthus occidentalis 5 5 M M C D Heteranthera dubia 4 8 M H C D Lemna trisulca 6 7 M H C C Najas flexilis 5 6 M M C D Nuphar advena 6 7 M H C D Nymphaea odorata subsp.
Wetland or semi-aquatic plant pollen from types such as Cyperaceae (sedge f amily), Typha latifolia (cattail), Sphagnum, and Isoetes (quillwort) are present in these samples but they are not abundant (Fig.
Aquatic taxa in this zone are limited to Typha latifolia (cattail) and Pediastrum colonies (aquatic algae).
Wetland or semi-aquatic plant pollen from types such as Cyperaceae (sedge family), Typha latifolia (cattail), Sphagnum, and Isoetes (quillwort) are present in these samples but they are not abundant (Fig.
Three cattail are generally recognized in Ohio: Typha latifolia L.
purpureum, Geum vernum, Hackelia virginiana, Laportea canadensis, Lobelia siphilitica, Oxalis stricta, Phytolacca americana, Pilea pumila, Polygonum pensylvanicum, Potentilla norvegica, Senecio glabellus, Smilax ecirrhata, Sisyrinchium angustifolium, Solidago flexicaulis, Stachys tenuifolia, and Typha latifolia.