Cyperus papyrus

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Noun1.Cyperus papyrus - tall sedge of the Nile valley yielding fiber that served many purposes in historic timesCyperus papyrus - tall sedge of the Nile valley yielding fiber that served many purposes in historic times
sedge - grasslike or rushlike plant growing in wet places having solid stems, narrow grasslike leaves and spikelets of inconspicuous flowers
Cyperus, genus Cyperus - type genus of Cyperaceae; grasslike rhizomatous herbs; cosmopolitan except very cold regions
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Shrubs include Cymbopogon, Cedrus, Salvadora persica (Arak), Acorus calamus, Buxus dioicaC[degrees], turmeric, Euphorbia pithyusa, astragalus, Cyperus papyrus and Punica granatum (pomegranates).
Cyperus papyrus reed derived from papina reeds from where/found where?
Due to the lack of studies in the field of Vetiver wastewater treatment, the results were compared with other studies published between 1997 to 2014, that have been used different macrophytes such as: Typha angustifolia, Canna, Phragmites australis, Cyperus papyrus, Typha orientalis, Zizania aquatica, Iris australis, Scirpusgrossus, Phragmaties mauritianus, Canna iridiflora, for the treatment of industrial or domestic wastewater such as: pig farm, dairy, sugar factory, textile, tannery, septic tank, municipal, black water and grey water.
The Cyperus papyrus species collected from Southern Gulf of Lake Tana is the sole livelihood for Negede Woito though making of handcraf, Moseb.
Dalhammar, "A comparative study of Cyperus papyrus and Miscanthidium violaceum-based constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in a tropical climate," Water Research, vol.
Water-craving species of plants like cyperus papyrus usually form a narrow tape stretching along the riverbank in a muddy or muddy-sandy soil that is highly damp, next to these willow and poplar trees are found.
Cyperus papyrus was selected for the way its long, green stalks stand out against the water.
Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus) grows in the pond (it's in an underwater container that sits atop another inverted container).