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Bloedel CA, Hirsch AM (1979) Developmental studies of the leaves of Sagittaria latifolia and their relationship to the leaf-base theory of monocotyledonous leaf morphology.
Dorken ME, Barrett SCH (2004) Phenotypic plasticity of vegetative and reproductive traits in monoecious and dioecious populations of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae): a clonal aquatic plant.
The insect-pollinated Sagittaria latifolia separates its sex organs in different flowers, although sometimes the same individual plant grows both male and female flowers.
Production and fate of organic material from Sagittaria latifolia and Nelumbo lutea on Pool 19, Mississippi River.
The delightful Sagittaria latifolia has several common names: wapato, duck potato and American arrowhead.
acutus), Sagittaria latifolia, and Helenium autumnale.
Wetland taxa fared somewhat better, especially such relatively aggressive species as Pilea pumila, Polygonum lapathifolium, Leersia oryzoides, Scirpus validus/acutus, Sagittaria latifolia, and Helenium autumnale.
The floodplain wetland communities retained all of the elements present in the early-middle Holocene, but the dominance of Glyceria striata and the shade-tolerant Urtica dioica and Pilea pumila apparently suddenly switched to Scirpus validus/acutus, along with Polygonum lapathifolium, Leersia oryzoides, Polygonum punctatum, Sagittaria latifolia, Cornus spp.
The leaves of plants such as arrowhead Sagittaria latifolia, flowering rush Butomus umbellatus, and pickerel weed Pontederia cordata grow near the surface of the water and their flowers extend above it.
La transformacion, destruccion y desaparicion de los ecosistemas acuaticos de la region han propiciado la reduccion del area de distribucion natural de las acuaticas antes mencionadas y de otras como Ceratophyllum demersum, Lilaea scilloides, Myriophyllum heterophyllum, Sagittaria latifolia, Ruppia maritima, Potamogeton nodosus y Wolffiella oblonga, que si bien muchas de ellas son abundantes en otras partes de Mexico (Lot et al.
Presl A HLF MAGNOLIOPHYTA LILIOPSIDA Alismataceae (a) Sagittaria latifolia Willd.