Nelumbo lutea

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Related to Nelumbo lutea: Nelumbo nucifera, Pontederia cordata
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Noun1.Nelumbo lutea - water lily of eastern North America having pale yellow blossoms and edible globular nutlike seedsNelumbo lutea - water lily of eastern North America having pale yellow blossoms and edible globular nutlike seeds
water chinquapin - edible nutlike seeds of an American lotus having the flavor of a chinquapin
water lily - an aquatic plant of the family Nymphaeaceae
genus Nelumbo, Nelumbo - sometimes placed in the family Nymphaeaceae: lotuses
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1]) (dia) Eichhornia crassipes 0,0107 65 Eichhornia crassipes 0,0370 19 Elodea canadensis 0,0260 27 Lemna gibba 0,0021 330 Ludwigia leptocarpa 0,0050 138 Nelumbo lutea 0,0108 64 Potamogetum perfoliatus 0,0537 13 Potamogeton pectinatus 0,0820 8 Salvinia auriculata 0,0277 25 S.
The water lotus plants, Nelumbo lutea, are just awaking from their dormant state and fresh reddish-green plate-like leaves are beginning to emerge.
Most of the wetland is open water; the dominant macrophyte, Nelumbo lutea, covers about 30% of the surface area.
In addition, we examined if communities associated with the dominant macrophyte, Nelumbo lutea.
Nelumbo lutea is known from lakes and ponds in southeastern and eastern Texas, west to the West Cross Timbers and Edwards Plateau (Diggs et al.
in Nelumbo lutea was decreased considerably when the plants were treated
the American lotus, Nelumbo lutea, is a strikingly beautiful aquatic wildflower found in lakes and ponds throughout the eastern United States.
Here we evaluate the effect of Nelumbo lutea, the American lotus, on oxygen concentrations in a shallow reservoir.
We assessed oxygen concentrations in the Nelumbo lutea beds of Pymatuning Reservoir, Pennsylvania's largest inland lake (surface area = 6645 ha).
Reflectance (%) for three wavelengths Plant species Green Red Near-infrared Nelumbo lutea (Willd.