Triglochin


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Related to Triglochin: Triglochin palustris
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Common tule occidentalis Schoenoplectus califomicus Southern bulrush Spartina foliosa California Cord grass Stipa cemua Nodding needle grass Stipa lepida Foothill needle grass Suaeda esteroa Estuary seablite Suaeda nigra Bush seepweed Suaeda taxifolia Woolly seablite Triglochin maritima Common arrow-grass Vulpia microstachys var.
Common lifeforms include tall erect emergent sedges (Eleocharis sphacelata, Baumea articulata and Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani) and aquatic herbs with floating, emergent or submerged leaves (Myriophyllum, Triglochin, Ornduffia, Nymphoides and Potamogeton species) and free floating species such as Azolla or duckweeds.
17%), tambien se observa la disminucion de Poaceae (40%), Triglochin sp.
In autumn pasture, the highest concentrations of C29 alkane were found in Batrachium bungei, Setaria viridis and Triglochin palustre.
The flora includes two rare species (Spiranthes lucida and Triglochin palustre) and four species on the watch list (Carex leptalea, Filipendula rubra, Hydrastis canadensis, and Selaginella apoda).
Effects of salinity and nitrogen on growth, ion relations and proline accumulation in Triglochin bulbosa.
Centaurium pulchellum *** Polypogon imberbis Agalinis communis Eleocharis elegans Cyperus laevinatum Paspalum vaginatum Compositae 1 Polygonum punctatum Triglochin striatta Thelesperma megapotamicum Bacopa monnieri Chenapodium sp.
1968 Si Juncaginaceae * Triglochin striata Ruiz & Pav.
Table 3-3 Plants that may be lethal when ingested by livestock Common name Botanical name Agent Arrow grass Triglochin maritime Cyanide (HCN) Blue flax Linum spp.
europaea, percent Atriplex patula, percent Triglochin maritima, percent Iva frutescens, proportion tethered live amphipods, and proportion eaten tethered amphipods.
The highly preferred food plants of Brent Geese, Plantago maritima and Triglochin maritima, grow in the younger marsh on shallow slopes of those islands (Prop and Deerenberg 1991).
We examined the effect of herbivory by geese on Triglochin palustris L.
Galium boreale and Triglochin maritima were common forbs on the nests of both species.
During the surgery, performed by Dr David Adams and his team, the president's triglochin valve was also repaired, as was an issue he had with occasional heart arrhythmia.
Some plants were grown at home and, by 14 November, formed the distinctive fruits of the Prickly Arrowgrass Triglochin mucronata.