Hydrocharitaceae


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Noun1.Hydrocharitaceae - simple nearly stemless freshwater aquatic plants; widely distributed
liliopsid family, monocot family - family of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Alismales, Naiadales, order Alismales, order Naiadales - an order of aquatic monocotyledonous herbaceous plants
genus Hydrilla - one species
genus Limnobium, Limnobium - American frogbit
ditchmoss, Elodea, genus Elodea, pondweed - submerged freshwater perennials
Egeria, genus Egeria - small genus of dioecious tropical aquatic plants
genus Vallisneria, Vallisneria - eelgrass; eel grass
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H x x Verbenaceae Junellia fasciculata H x x x (Benth.) N.O'Leary & P.Peralta MONOCOTILEDONEAS Alstroemeriaceae Bomarea dulcis (Hook.) H x x x Beauverd Araceae Lemna minuta Kunth H x Hydrocharitaceae Elodea potamogeton H x (Bertero) Espinosa Iridaceae Olsynium junceum (E.Mey.
Distribucion espacial y estructura morfometrica de las praderas de Thalassia testudinum (Hydrocharitaceae) en dos arrecifes del Parque Nacional Sistema Arrecifal Veracruzano, Mexico.
Abundancia, biomasa y floracion de Thalassia testudinum (Hydrocharitaceae) en el Caribe de Costa Rica.
Hydrilla, Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle (Hydrocharitaceae), also commonly known as water thyme or Florida elodea, is an extremely successful macrophyte that has invaded several continents worldwide and is considered a nuisance species (Evans & Wilkie 2010).
Hedberg, "Flora of Ethiopia and Eriteria," in Hydrocharitaceae to Arecaceae, vol.
To reconstruct the phylogeny of the cosmopolitan aquatic plant family Hydrocharitaceae, DNA sequences from 17 genera were sampled, including eight genes: 18S from the nucleus; rbcL, matK, trnK5' intron, rpoB, and rpoC1 from chloroplasts; and cob and atp1 from mitochondria.
CVCA x Familia Hydrocharitaceae Thalassia VM x testadinam Banks ex Konig Familia Malvaceae Corchoras hirsatas L.
Composition dynamics of epiphytic algal flora on Hydrilla verticellata (Hydrocharitaceae) in Rawal Dam water of Islamabad.
Seagrasses (Posidoniaceae, zosteraceae, Hydrocharitaceae, or Cymodoceaceae) are a key food resource for large, threatened herbivores like manatees (Trichechus manatus) and green turtles (Chelonia mydas)in estuarine and marine areas, although they also consume other submerged aquatic macrophytes (Bjorndal, 1997; Lefebvre et al., 2000).