Brasenia


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Noun1.Brasenia - alternatively, a member of the family Nymphaeaceae
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
Cabombaceae, subfamily Cabombaceae, water-shield family - in some classifications considered an independent family of water lilies; comprises the genera Cabomba and Brasenia
Brasenia schreberi, water-shield, water-target - aquatic plant with floating oval leaves and purple flowers; in lakes and slow-moving streams; suitable for aquariums
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Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of quercetin 7-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside from the leaves of Brasenia schreberi.
Monitoring populations of Galerucella birmanica (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on Brasenia schreberi and Trapa natans (Lythraceae): implications for biological control.
Tal es el caso de Brasenia schreberi, que se registra ampliamente en America, Asia, el occidente de Europa y Australia (Lot et al.
Brasenia schreberi, Vallisneria americana, Chara braunii, Ricciocarpus natans, Ceratophyllum echinatum, and Zannichellia palustris were the rarest species, occurring at <5% of the survey sites, with the latter four species having been recorded from only a single site.
Water shield Brasenia schreberi Floating hearts Nymphoides spp.
Carpels of Brasenia (Cabombaceae) are completely ascidiate despite a long stigmatic crest.
Gray) Britton Brasenia schreberi Cabombaceae Clark W.
The increase of Brasenia schreberi in the latter part of Stage I suggests the development of a marsh as sedimentation decreased water depth.
Carpels in Brasenia (Cabombaceae) are completely-ascidiate despite a long stigmatic crest.
Often associated with Brasenia schreberi, Ceratophyllum demersum, Lemna minor, Nymphaea tuberosa, and Pontedaria cordata.
Subfossils associated with the bones included achenes of Najas flexilis (bushy pond weed) and Ceratophyllum demersum (coontail), seeds of Brasenia schreberi (water shield), and fragments of the moss Drepanocladus aduncus.