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(Plants) a marsh plant
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Noun1.sparganium - type and sole genus of SparganiaceaeSparganium - type and sole genus of Sparganiaceae; marsh or aquatic herbs of temperate regions
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
bur-reed family, family Sparganiaceae, Sparganiaceae - coextensive with the genus Sparganium
bur reed - marsh plant having elongated linear leaves and round prickly fruit
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28) Qian-kun-Nin capsules Coptis chinensis Astragalus membranaceus, Gardenia jasminoides, Poria cocos, Sparganium stoloniferum Author Outcomes Arjanova et al.
Uber die Verwandtschaft von Typha und Sparganium im Infloreszenz- und Blutenbau.
5 SPARGANIACEAE (Bur-Reed Family) Sparganium emersum A.
The most common macrophytes in all investigated streams were Nuphar lutea, found in 60% of all sites, followed by Sparganium emersum (59%), S.
Elevated concentrations of Zn in beaver pond sediments and in shoots and roots of Sparganium androcladum growing near a 25-yr old galvanized steel tower supporting a 230-kV electrical transmission line illustrated the point source nature of such towers to the aquatic environment.
Among the herbaceous plants, Gramineae, Compositae, Chenopodiaceae and Cyperaceae were well represented, and there was a significant percentage of helophytes (Typha, Sparganium erectum type, cf.
mandshuricum TCM26 Semen Persicae Prunus Persica TCM27 Rhizoma Cimicifugae foetidae Cimicifuga goetida TCM28 Fructus Tribuli Tribulus terrestris TCM29 Rhizoma Acori tatarinowii Acorus tatarinowii TCM30 Rhizoma Sparganii Sparganium stoloniferum TCM31 Radix Bupleuri chinensis Bupleurum chinense TCM32 Radix Puerariae Pureraria lobata TCM33 Semen Plalycladi Platycladus orientalis TCM34 Semen Ziziphi spinosae Ziziphus jujuba var.
The following aquatic plants were studied: Potamogeton perfoliatus, Ranunculus eradicatus, Sparganium stenofillum, and also some species of blue-green algae.
Swampy land, on the other hand, would be filled with plants which can grow in oxygen-starved soil because of special air-containing tissue: Equisetum (horsetail or scouring rush), rushes (Juncus), Scirpus, Alisma, Sagittaria and Sparganium.