Potamogeton crispus

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Noun1.Potamogeton crispus - European herb naturalized in the eastern United States and CaliforniaPotamogeton crispus - European herb naturalized in the eastern United States and California
pondweed - any of several submerged or floating freshwater perennial aquatic weeds belonging to the family Potamogetonaceae
genus Potamogeton, Potamogeton - a large genus of aquatic herbs found in quiet waters in temperate regions; leaves usually float on the water
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2016: Phytomass and nutrient value of Potamogeton crispus L.
Common name Scientific Name PROHIBITED PLANTS Fanwort Cabomba caroliniana Brazilian waterweed Egeria densa Hydrilla/water thyme Hydrilla verticillata Parrot feather Myriophyllum aquaticum Eurasian water milfoil Myriophyllum spicatum Curly leaf pond weed Potamogeton crispus PROHIBITED ANIMALS Northern snakehead Channa argus Bullseye snakehead Channa marulius Giant snakehead Channa micropeltes Walking catfish Clarias batrachus Oriental weatherfish Misgurnus anguillicaudatus REGULATED ANIMALS Goldfish Carassius auratus Common lionfish Pterois miles Red lionfish Pterois volitans
"Recently, the native oxygenating plant curled pondweed (potamogeton crispus) has established itself within the lake.
The frequency of Potamogeton crispus was up to 43% in submerged plants.
arvensis treated with Pb were already described in Potamogeton crispus treated with Pb, resulting in dilation of chloroplasts and disruption of their membranes (HU et al., 2007), possibly by reducing the concentration of membrane lipids caused by contamination with Pb as noted in the chloroplasts of Lycopersicon esculentum leaves (DJEBALI et al., 2005).
Prominent aquatic vegetation of the study area includes lyngbye's sedge (Carex fedia) hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata) water lily (Nymphaea lotus) horned pond- weed (Zannichellia palustris) reed (Phragmites karka) Indian lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) curly-leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) lesser Indian reed mace (Typha angustata) eel grass (Vallisneria spiralis) and muskgrass (Chara sp.).
Carbon, nitrogen and antioxidant enzyme responses of Potamogeton crispus to both low light and high nutrient stresses.
In this work, Pteris vittata, Mimulicalyx rosulatus, Potamogeton maackianus, Hydrilla, Watermifoil, and Potamogeton crispus were used in the removal of As (III).
Some of these include cattail root [4], spent brewery grains [5], bagasse pith [8], jute stick powder [16], hazelnut shells [7,17], pecan nut shell [18], sugarcane bagasse [19], guava (Psidium guajava) leaf powder [20], jujuba seeds [21], jackfruit peel [22], orange peel [23], soy meal hull [24], peanut husk [25], pine cone powder [26], aleppo pine [27], gulmohar [28], sugar beet pulp [29], pine cone biomass of Pinus radiata [30], pine cone [31], cashew nut [32], oak sawdust [33], Pinus sylvestris [34], Capsicum annuum [35], princess tree leaf [36], Potamogeton crispus [37], and peanut husk [38].
The aquatic vegetation includes Carex fedia, Hydrilla verticillata, Phragmites karka, Typha angustata, Potamogeton crispus, P.