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floating heart

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(Plants) any perennial aquatic freshwater plant of the genus Nymphoides, esp N. lacunosum, having floating heart-shaped leaves: family Menyanthaceae
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Na macrofita aquatica Nymphoides indica (Menyanthaceae), a inducao da radiacao UVB em experimentos de laboratorio aumentou a eficiencia fotossintetica nos organismos e alterou a biossintese de substancias fenolicas.
Common lifeforms include tall erect emergent sedges (Eleocharis sphacelata, Baumea articulata and Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani) and aquatic herbs with floating, emergent or submerged leaves (Myriophyllum, Triglochin, Ornduffia, Nymphoides and Potamogeton species) and free floating species such as Azolla or duckweeds.
6,25 6,25 Nymphoides indica 0,19 0,19 Sphenoclea zeylanica Thalia geniculata 0,31 0,31 Typha domingensis Ambrosia peruviana 63,06 32,23 Heliotropium indicum 0,55 Althernanthera 9,68 0,18 paronychioides Solanum sp.
En la localidad de City Bell, en la zona en que el arroyo cruza el camino Parque Centenario, el cauce es ancho y hay comunidades flotantes de Azolla filiculoides, Hydrocleys nymphoides, Lemna gibba y palustres, de Alternanthera phylloxeroides, Eichornia azurea, Echinocloa polystachya (Humb.
The bottom was muddy and the current very slow, the surface of the water being covered almost totally by Nymphoides indica and Azolla cristata, with some Polygonum punctatum, Sagittaria montevidensis and Hydrocotile sp.
Nymphoides fallax Ornduff (1, 2) AGS, CHIH, CHIS, DF, DGO, GTO, HGO, JAL, MEX, MICH, NAY, OAX, PUE, QRO, TLAX, VER, ZAC.
2007, "Macroinvertebrate fauna associated with Pistia stratiotes and Nymphoides indica in subtropical lakes (south Brazil)," Brazilian Journal of Biology, 67, 499-507.
Phenols and phenol oxidases are involved in cadmium accumulation in the water plants Nymphoides peltata (Menyanthaceae) and Nymphaeae (Nymphaeaceae).
The plants found include Egeria densa, Eichhornia crassipes, Nymphoides indica, Nymphaea caerulea and some Ludwigia species.