The seeds of Glyceria
fluitans, also known as "floating sweet-grass" or "water manna grass" can be used to make porridge or milled for bread.
maxima, Kobresia tibetica and Menyanthes trifolia (Tian, 2005; Dou et al., 2013).
The effects of nh 4+ and no 3- on growth, resource allocation and nitrogen uptake kinetics of phragmites australis and glyceria
4 0.12 GLYCERIA
DECLINATA 2 0.06 HORDEUM VULGARE L.
Gizinska-Gorna et al., "The efficiency of pollution removal from domestic wastewater in constructed wetland systems with vertical flow with common reed and glyceria
maxima," Journal of Ecological Engineering, vol.
Alongside the already dominating Phragmites, a remarkable increase was observed in the frequency of Phalaris arundinacea, Glyceria
maxima, Sium latifolium, Agrostis stolonifera, and Rorippa amphibia.
stipata 0.371 0.49 0.86 Carex styloflexa 0.051 0.07 0.12 Glyceria
melicaria 1.239 0.84 2.08 Luzula acuminata var.
Microbial Community Structure Elucidates Performance of Glyceria
Maxima Plant Microbial Fuel Cell, Appl Microbiol Biot, 94, 537 (2012).
A new hypothesis for the hybrid origin of Zodalia glyceria
Common lifeforms include erect emergent sedges (Eleocharis, Carex, Cyperus, Bolboschoenus and Baumea species), rushes (Juncus species), grasses (Glyceria
and Amphibromus species) and amphibious herbs with floating or emergent leaves (Myriophyllum, Triglochin, Orn duffia, Marsilea, Ranunculus and floating-leaved Potamogeton species).
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Stands, where two or three out of the four mentioned species are codominants, comprise 3.6% of the reed bed communities, while Scirpus maritimus L., Glyceria
maxima or Acorus calamus L.