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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Key words: Bio-sorption, Reactive dyes, Textiles effluents, Typha latifolia and Drimarene Blue K2RL.
This feature is similar to previous reports with emergent plants employed in CWs such as Phragmites australis, Arabis paniculata, Brasica juncea, Thalium geniculata, Typha latifolia, and Colocasia esculenta (Skinner et al.
En pequenos humedales relictuales Canna indica vive en asociacion con Acmella decumbens, Iris pseudacorus, Typha latifolia, Verbena intermedia y Sagittaria montevidensis.
Tis study on socio-economic importance of mattresses made of Typha latifolia and Cyprus species of Chefa wetland is vital to show policy makers and planners to what extent these plants are contributing for livelihood of the poor, mainly women in Amrach and Santie Villages in Kemissie town to propose sustainable utilization of these resources and improve their income.
22 19 4 Spirodela polyrhiza 7 9 1 Typha latifolia 2 5 -- Utricularia vulgaris -- 2 -- Veronica anagallis-aquatica 7 10 2 Veronica beccabunga 20 7 6 Group 4 Group 5 (n = 18) (n = 22 Total number of taxa * 36 32 Mean number of taxa 4.
Dominant aquatic vegetation of the area include Typha latifolia, T.
2] Phragmites australis (Common Reed) which was soon eaten by the two ponies that graze the area, they have now been colonised by Typha latifolia (commonly known as Reed Mace).
Em outras especies vegetais como Typha latifolia (BIANCO et al.
Najas flexilis and Typha latifolia, indicative of standing water of a beaver pond.
Litter bags containing Typha latifolia (cattail) or Schoenoplectus acutus (bulrush) litter were placed in groups on the wetland surface at five locations within predominant stands of each plant species and removed on two sampling dates during the irrigation season (April-September 2001 and 2002).
3) Typha latifolia 4) Juncus effusus 5) Pennisetum clandestinum--Polygonum sp.
Myosotis laxa, a small herb common in wetlands of the northern Rockies, benefited from soil oxygenation when grown with Typha latifolia at low soil temperatures in greenhouse experiments (Callaway and King 1996).