Ceratophyllum


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Noun1.Ceratophyllum - constituting the family Ceratophyllaceae: hornwortsCeratophyllum - constituting the family Ceratophyllaceae: hornworts
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
Ceratophyllaceae, family Ceratophyllaceae - coextensive with the genus Ceratophyllum: hornworts
hornwort - any aquatic plant of the genus Ceratophyllum; forms submerged masses in ponds and slow-flowing streams
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Myriophyllum has been replaced by Ceratophyllum, Lemnaceae, and Typha, which prefer a eutrophic condition.
This subspecies was described from Uele in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Poisson 1949) and also is known from Chad (Bebedja), Ivory Coast, and central Sudan; it was found among Ceratophyllum and other vegetation and in a swimming pool (Linnavuori 1981).
Phragmites australis and Quercus robur leaf extracts affect antioxidative system and photosynthesis of Ceratophyllum demersum.
X CERATOPHYLLACEAE (Hornwort Family) Ceratophyllum demersum L.
No mosquito larvae composed the deeper water Nuphar-Nelumbo (cow-lily/American lotus) community, nor the deepest water Ceratophyllum (coontail moss) community.
Benthic algae communities in different sites of rivers of different water quality Vandens Tyrimu ruozas Atstumas nuo kokybes ziociu, km klase II - svarus Akm-1 6,5 Bab-4 9,9 Bab-5 5,0 Bra-4 1,9 III - mazai Bra-5 0,3 uzterstas Kul-3 1,7 Sie-3 34,9 Sie-6 17,3 eei-3 23,5 Tat-2 15,8 IV - vidutiniskai Lom-4 11,5 uzterstas Lom-6 0,3 salc-1 9,9 Vandens Susiformavusi bendrija kokybes klase II - svarus Cladophora glomerata-Fontinalis antipyretica Vietomis gausios: Ceratophyllum sp.
Chloroplasts, shown at the right inside cells of the aquatic plant Ceratophyllum, were once free-living cyanobacteria that were engulfed but not digested by ancient protists.
Studies on decomposition of Ceratophyllum demersum litter under laboratory and field conditions: losses of dry mass and nutrients, qualitative changes in inorganic compounds and consequences for ambient water and sediments.
For example, non-molecular-based studies have suggested that the monocots are most closely related to the Ranales (Ranunculales, Nymphaeales, Magnoliales, Ceratophyllum et al.
Ceratophyllum demersum, abundantly present in nitrogen-rich lakes (Schmieder, 1998), may reach considerable depths in both LCB1 and LCB2 lakes.
Native plants to look out for are: Submerged - Water-milfoil Myriophyllum,Hornwort Ceratophyllum,Curled pond weed Potamogeton Crispus.