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Synonyms for Utricularia

bladderworts: large genus of aquatic carnivorous plants

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First report of Geoica utricularia (Hemiptera: Aphididae) population on parasitic broomrape Orobanche foetida.
30 Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle 31 Utricularia aurea Lour.
In the study of the bladderwort plant Utricularia gibba, the coding sequences were compared to those in the terrestrial species Arabidopsis, grape, tomato, Mimulus, and papaya genomes using two approaches.
On the other hand, the free submersed species (Utricularia sp), that depends on a more sheltered place and dissolved nutrients availability, did not present a good settlement performance (Lacoul and Freedman, 2006).
Plants in the genus Utricularia (bladderworts) occur in all 50 states.
En las raices de Eichhornia, Utricularia, Salvinia, Paspalum y Pistia se alojan una variedad de especies de insectos acuaticos.
Las especies asociadas mas frecuentes son Abies guatemalensis Rehder, Dahlia coccinea Cav., Dahlia hintonii Sherff, Echeandia spp., Calceolaria mexicana Benth., Clethra sp., Manfreda spp., Pinus chiapensis (Martinez) Andresen, Quercus spp., Salvia spp., Sedum oxypetalum Kunth, Solanum iopetalum (Bitter) Hawkes, Stevia spp., Tigridia inusitata (Cruden) Ravenna, Utricularia sp.
Bladderworts (Utricularia spp.)--the most numerous group of carnivorous plants in the world with more than 200 species, a dozen of which are found in New York--are marvelously adapted to a carnivorous lifestyle.
The type locality is a typical annual pool with many aquatic plants of the genera Echinodorus, Utricularia, and Nymphaea.
Rootless and adrift in its wetland habitat, the humped bladderwort (Utricularia gibba) preys on water fleas and other small invertebrates.
1 2 3 4 5 6 Characteristics of Ceratophyllo-Eleocharitetum mamillatae (d.s.) Eleocharis mamillata 5 4 3 5 3 5 Characteristics of Phragmito-Magnocaricetea (d.s.) Typha latifolia r r Comarum palustre Carex rostrata + r Characteristics of Lemnetea (d.s.) Ceratophyllum demersum 2 Lemna minor 1 Lemna trisulca + Characteristics of Potametea (d.s.) Elodea canadensis 2 3 Characteristics of Littorelletea uniflorae (d.s.) Ranunculus gmelinii 1 Utricularia macrorhiza Area ([m.sup.2]) 16 50 6 4 Cover (%) 75 100 70 100 Average depth (cm) 20 15 5 -- Soil char.
Open Water Body is deep large lake extensively covered with Pondweeds (Potamogeton spp.), Bladderworts (Utricularia spp.), Giant Weed (Salvinia molesta), and along the edges dominated by Three square Bulrush (Scirpus olneyi), Water Chestnuts (E.