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Noun1.Nuphar - spatterdocksNuphar - spatterdocks        
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
cow lily, Nuphar advena, spatterdock, yellow pond lily - common water lily of eastern and central North America, having broad leaves and globe-shaped yellow flowers; in sluggish fresh or slightly brackish water
Nuphar lutea, yellow water lily - a water lily with yellow flowers
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The inflows of Vortsjarv are also rich in the macrophytes Phragmites australis and Nuphar lutea, which suppress riverine turbulence and create an undisturbed habitat for invertebrates as well as provide a substrate for many epiphytic algae (Piirsoo et al.
Nuphar advena is a common aquatic plant in southern Florida and has been planted widely at the University of Florida Ft.
Gopas, "Leishmania major: anti-leishmanial activity of Nuphar lutea extract mediated by the activation of transcription factor NF-[kappa]B," Experimental Parasitology, vol.
Formaciones mixtas y complejas que contrastan con la actual predominancia y monoespecificidad de los encinares de esta zona (Devesa, 1995), a los que se sumaria un dosel ripario estructurado en torno a fresnos, chopos, adelfas, narcisos y algunas plantas acuaticas como Nuphar sp.
Plant macrofossils (Najas marina, Carex vesicaria, Schoenoplectus lacustris, Nuphar lutea) that typically inhabit wet areas like lakes, ponds and swamps were also found from SU2.
Por otra parte, en los ecosistemas acuaticos lenticos (lagos, lagunas, esteros, pantanos, presas) se registra la mayor riqueza (222 especies); los ambientes loticos (arroyos, rios) tienen un menor numero de especies (134), de las cuales 18 se localizan estrictamente en cuerpos de agua corriente, como son las nueve de la familia Podostemaceae, ademas de Alternanthera philoxeroides, Erigeron heteromorphus, Justicia americana, Lobelia purpusii, Ludwigia repens, Myriophyllum sibiricum, Nuphar advena, Sparganium americanum y Taxodium mucronatum.
Often, turtles would lodge themselves tightly through the stems of Nuphar advena and Peltandra virginica as they maintained a firm grip with their forearms.
Figure 3 displays the information about the Nuphar shimadai: this information features illustrated collections of close-ups that correspond to each important part of a plant and that are clickable for enlarged views.
davisi Van Duzee on water lily Nuphar advena (Aiton) and the South American M.
For some of these genera, such as Alnus (Walker, 1989; Beaupied and others, 1990), Nuphar (Wickstrom and Corkran, 1997), Potentilla (Kana and Tjepkema, 1978) and Utricularia (Wagner and Mshigeni, 1986) nitrogenase activity is documented.