Lemna minor

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Noun1.Lemna minor - of temperate regions except eastern Asia and AustraliaLemna minor - of temperate regions except eastern Asia and Australia
duckweed - any small or minute aquatic plant of the family Lemnaceae that float on or near the surface of shallow ponds
genus Lemna, Lemna - minute aquatic herbs floating on or below the water surface of still water consisting of a leaflike frond or plant body and single root
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Studies carried out using Lemna minor show that it meets all of these requirements and because of this has been widely used in wastewater decontamination systems (Arroyave, 2004).
1 Scanner to management for evaluation tests on Lemna minor, including a system for evaluating toxicity, 1;
Phytotoxic activity of fractions NM-1 toNM-6 was determined using the modified protocol of Lemna minor [8].
Heine y Lemna minor L y a la comunidad de acuaticas enraizadas con Ludwigia helminthorrhiza (Mart.
Bioaccumulation and harmful effects of microcystinLR in the aquatic plants Lemna minor and Wolffia arrhiza and the filamentous alga Chladophora fracta.
Some examples of weeds that have been researched on especially the aquatic weeds, includes; Eichornea crassipes leaf meal in the diet of Rohu [18], Lemna minor, as a protein feed stuff in the diet of Common carp [24] and Azolla as protein feed stuff in the diet of Tilapia mossambica [23].
In numerical analyses Lemna minor was treated in the broad sense, i.
The aquatic plants selected for phytoremediation viz Azolla pinnata and Lemna minor were collected freshly from natural pond at Horticulture Research Station Ganesh Khind, Pune, and brought to the laboratory in plastic bags along with water.
De manera similar se ha descrito un amplio rango de crecimiento para la especie Lemna minor en condiciones naturales [11], y con valores de pH entre 6 y 9 en aguas residuales [12, 13].
Effect of pH and lead concentration on phytoremoval of lead from lead contaminated water by Lemna minor.