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Noun1.Typha - reed macesTypha - reed maces; cattails      
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
cattail family, family Typhaceae, Typhaceae - perennial marsh plants with creeping rootstocks and long linear leaves
cattail - tall erect herbs with sword-shaped leaves; cosmopolitan in fresh and salt marshes
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Eyre said that Typha was used at all seasons but was `best after the floods have retired and the tops have dried and been burnt off' (1845, vol 2, 269).
The project objective is to facilitate the transfer of technologies necessary for the development of local production of insulation materials with the Typha Senegal.
Lagoon, river banks, and shallow parts provide favorable habitat for the growth of the common reed Phragmites australis and the common bulrush Typha latifolia.
Six clutches of eggs and three pupae were found on plants surrounding the lake, especially on Typha domingensis (Persoon) Steudel (Poales: Typhaceae), known in Brazil as "taboa" (Fig.
The concentrations of heavy metals (Pb, Cu, Cd) and organic contaminants (PCB, DDT, hydrocarbons from oil products) in the above- and belowground parts of the higher plants Typha latifolia and Myriophyllum verticillatum and in lake deposits did not differ markedly from the respective values obtained from the coastal sea elsewhere in Estonia and were also similar to values obtained in other coastal areas of the Gulf of Finland.
Typha latifolia (Cat-tail; TAC 370) ranges across most of Texas, usually inhabiting low, wet areas (Diggs et al.
Non-arboreal pollen, as well as aquatics Typha and Potamogeton appear, and green algae Pediastrum boryanum and Botryococcus are richly represented in detritus and silty gyttja.
Esircdos limnológicos na Lagoa de Jacaniraguá (RJ): variáveis abióticas e mudanças na estrutura e ~lírrñrrrí<<r da coírrrurí,la,lr pcii(íii,(r crrr Typha domingensis Pers.
The notion that these lakes were open bodies of water is incorrect, as they were covered with a thick coating of aquatic vegetation from the genera Scirpus and Typha (Crossley 1999: 10).
dominated by Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis, respectively.
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Schoenoplectus pungens and Conoclinium betonicifolium occurred only in mainland brackish marshes, Typha domingensis and Bacopa monnieri were found in freshwater, brackish, and salt marshes of the adjacent mainland.