Plant macrofossils (Najas marina, Carex vesicaria, Schoenoplectus lacustris, Nuphar
lutea) that typically inhabit wet areas like lakes, ponds and swamps were also found from SU2.
Nelumbo lutea, Nymphaea odorata, Nuphar
advena) to shallow emergent systems invaded by an invasive Eurasian haplotype of common reed (Phragmites australis) and exotic invasive narrowleaf cattail (Typha angustifolia), which became the dominant species (Herdendorf et al.
However a partially purified alkaloid fraction (NUP) extracted from Nuphar
Lutea, exhibited leishmanicidal activity that was both directly cytotoxic to parasites and via activation of NF-[kappa]B of infected macrophages leading to elevated production of NO (Ozer et al.
During fieldwork in 2006 and 2007 patchiness of aquatic vegetation was observed, and also Nuphar
lutea and Chara spp.
Had sampling occurred earlier in the growing season when water levels are typically much higher, certain taxa would have undoubtedly had higher importance values, including Nuphar
advena (Aiton) W.
For some of these genera, such as Alnus (Walker, 1989; Beaupied and others, 1990), Nuphar
(Wickstrom and Corkran, 1997), Potentilla (Kana and Tjepkema, 1978) and Utricularia (Wagner and Mshigeni, 1986) nitrogenase activity is documented.
This mixed woodland and fallow pasture landscape is interspersed with farm ponds, moist-soil wetlands, and a Nuphar
dominated beaver impoundment.
is known from leaves in Trout Creek, Oregon, and possibly from Eastgate, Nevada.
Simulated standing stocks of labile vascular plant substrates, such as Nuphar
luteutm and Ruppia inaritinia, tended to be higher in summer than in winter.
The second DCA axis was related to variation among cypress swamps: Open-canopied stands with a dense surface layer of Nuphar
A good assemblage of the uncharred fruits and seeds of aquatic species (Potamogeton (pondweed), Nuphar
lutea (yellow water-lily), Nymphaea alba (white water-lily), Hippuris vulgaris (mare's tail), Sparganium erectum (bur-reed), Eleocharis multicaulis/palustris (spike-rush) and Elatine hydropiper (waterwort)) was recovered amongst the otherwise charred debris from one of these hearths.
The most common macrophytes in all investigated streams were Nuphar
lutea, found in 60% of all sites, followed by Sparganium emersum (59%), S.