helophyte


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helophyte

(ˈhɛləfaɪt)
n
(Botany) any perennial marsh plant that bears its overwintering buds in the mud below the surface
[C20: from Modern Greek helos marsh + -phyte]
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The activity of grooming is often observed after an aerial move flight, just after the brutal relaxing awakening in the birds near the helophyte.
Helophyte sub-wetland consists of territories covered with water plants with only the underpart submerged, so that their stems with blooms emerge from the water: bulrushes (Scirpus spp.
In a carried out investigation on soybean and sunflower intercropping, sunflower plant have vast and horizontal leaves, having helophyte receptacle and leaves character, and it hare more and lasting which these characteristics with intense intercom petition of species cause succession the plant in intercropping [4].
are authorized within the framework of this contract, namely: - mowing, - the mowing of helophytes, - the size of hedges, - the hedge clearance, - the grinding of plants, - the size of tree formation, - the collection of leaves, - the collection of uncleaned litter, - planting plants.
Then the Hemicryptophytes, helophytes, geophytes Phanerophytes Chamephytes, hydrophyte life forms constitute the next.
The taxonomical classification and the phytogeographical origin, according to Marticorena & Quezada (1985), and the helophytes and hydrophytes taxa, according to the classification of Ramirez & Stegmeier (1982) and Ramirez & San Martin (2006).