Hydrilla verticillata

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Synonyms for Hydrilla verticillata

submersed plant with whorled lanceolate leaves and solitary axillary flowers

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It is important to point out that the macrophyte Egeria najas was collected inside of the backwater (entry), while Hydrilla verticillata was collected in stands located in the Parana river, next to the entry of Leopoldo Backwater.
Algunas de ellas han llegado recientemente a Mexico a traves de los Estados Unidos, como Hydrilla verticillata (Novelo y Martinez, 1989), Hygrophila polysperma (Mora-Olivo et al.
Comparison of the physiological and realized host-ranges of a biological control agent from Australia for the control of the aquatic weed, Hydrilla verticillata.
Organism Consequence Assessment Hydrilla verticillata National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA) Client Report HAM 2006-058f.
The aquatic vegetation includes Nymphaea lotus, Carex fedia, Hydrilla verticillata, Nelumbo nucifera, Potamogeton crispus, Phragmites karka, P.
Lycopodiaceae Jefferson Trevisan (*) Hydrilla verticillata (L.
The invasive plant known as hydrilla, Hydrilla verticillata, is sometimes called the perfect aquatic wee because of its reproductive adaptability.
Spirodela polyryhiza, Hydrilla verticillata, and Nymphaea
Dame's rocket, mother-of-the- evening Hydrilla verticillata (L.
Hydrilla verticillata was the most prevalent spec ies, which contributed the greatest biomass to the diets of Alabama Redbelly turtles captured at the Gravine Island site, but Najas guadalupensis, and Vallisneria americana dominated the diets of the turtles capturcd at the Causeway and Weeks Bay sites.
Hydrellia pakistanae Deonier (Diptera: Ephydridae), is a host specific biocontrol agent introduced in the USA in 1987 for the management of Hydrilla verticillata (L.
Competitive performance of Hydrilla verticillata in New Zealand.
Seven species of aquatic plants, Hydrilla verticillata, Najaz minor, Potamogeton pectinatus, Nymphia sp.
Accumulation of mercury was maximum in Hydrilla verticillata, followed by Oedogonium areolatum and Eichhornia crassipes.
This study evaluated the anaerobic decomposition of invasive submerged macrophytes Egeria densa Planch, native, and Hydrilla verticillata (L.