Potamogeton


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potamogeton

(ˌpɒtəməʊˈɡiːtɒn)
n
(Plants) a plant of the Potamogeton genus of perennial aquatic plants, known also as pondweed
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Noun1.potamogeton - a large genus of aquatic herbs found in quiet waters in temperate regionsPotamogeton - a large genus of aquatic herbs found in quiet waters in temperate regions; leaves usually float on the water
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
family Potamogetonaceae, pondweed family, Potamogetonaceae - plants that grow in ponds and slow streams; sometimes includes family Zosteraceae
curled leaf pondweed, curly pondweed, Potamogeton crispus - European herb naturalized in the eastern United States and California
Potamogeton gramineous, variously-leaved pondweed - of Europe (except the Mediterranean area) and the northern United States
loddon pondweed, Potamogeton americanus, Potamogeton nodosus - pondweed with floating leaves; of northern United States and Europe
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I have stated that fresh-water fish eat some kinds of seeds, though they reject many other kinds after having swallowed them; even small fish swallow seeds of moderate size, as of the yellow water-lily and Potamogeton.
Among submerged macrophytes, Chara vulgaris (common stonewort) had higher relative frequency followed by Potamogeton distinctus.
It was found, however that massive aquatic plants such as Potamogeton crispus, Ceratophyllum demersum and Vallisneria asiatica [12,13], and algae blooms increase the pH of water, which adversely affect the breading of mitten crabs [14].
2011) recorded Cd-induced decline in macronutrients (K and P) in Potamogeton criprus.
Identification of Putative Hybrids and Natural Lineages in Genus Potamogeton Revealed By Chloroplast and Nuclear DNA Markers.
Common lifeforms include erect emergent sedges (Eleocharis, Carex, Cyperus, Bolboschoenus and Baumea species), rushes (Juncus species), grasses (Glyceria and Amphibromus species) and amphibious herbs with floating or emergent leaves (Myriophyllum, Triglochin, Orn duffia, Marsilea, Ranunculus and floating-leaved Potamogeton species).
arvensis treated with Pb were already described in Potamogeton crispus treated with Pb, resulting in dilation of chloroplasts and disruption of their membranes (HU et al.
The perennial aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton nodosus was second with an I.
Holmgren (1962) collected six submerged vascular species, Potamogeton alpinus, Potamogeton nodosus, Potamogeton pectinatus, Zannichellia palustris, Ranunculus gmelinii, and Nasturtium officinale, as well as the macro-algae Cladophora and Chara.
Potamogeton is the largest genus of Potamogetonaceae, with ca.
Sin embargo, observaciones realizadas durante los muestreos realizados entre 2011 y 2013 sugieren que, a diferencia de lo observado con anterioridad al 2004, Egeria densa es abundante solo en zonas someras del humedal ([menor que o igual a] 1 m) y que en zonas mas profundas (profundidades de 1-3 m) tiende a ser reemplazada por Potamogeton sp.