Typha angustifolia


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Noun1.Typha angustifolia - reed maces of America, Europe, North Africa, AsiaTypha angustifolia - reed maces of America, Europe, North Africa, Asia
cattail - tall erect herbs with sword-shaped leaves; cosmopolitan in fresh and salt marshes
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Anatomical traits related to stress in high density populations of Typha angustifolia L.
There are two main varieties of cattail plant that grow in the United States: Typha latifolia (wider leaf, likes shallower water) and Typha angustifolia (thinner leaf, prefers deeper water).
Yadav, "Potential of Typha angustifolia for phytoremediation of heavy metals from aqueous solution of phenol and melanoidin," Ecological Engineering, vol.
et Schult., and the least distribution was Aeschynomene indica Linn., Typha angustifolia L., Monochoria vaginalis (Burm.f.) Presl, Rotala rotundifolia (Buch.Ham) Koehne, and Myriophyllum tuberculatum Roxburgh.
Corydalis yanhusuo in cluster 2 may strengthen the analgesic effect by enhancing the effects on TCM syndrome qi stagnation and blood stasis provided by GZFLW, as well as other CHMs within cluster 2, such as strongly combined Typha angustifolia and Trogopterus xanthipes.
Due to the lack of studies in the field of Vetiver wastewater treatment, the results were compared with other studies published between 1997 to 2014, that have been used different macrophytes such as: Typha angustifolia, Canna, Phragmites australis, Cyperus papyrus, Typha orientalis, Zizania aquatica, Iris australis, Scirpusgrossus, Phragmaties mauritianus, Canna iridiflora, for the treatment of industrial or domestic wastewater such as: pig farm, dairy, sugar factory, textile, tannery, septic tank, municipal, black water and grey water.
Marsh, "Epifluorescent and histochemical aspects of shoot anatomy of Typha latifolia L., Typha angustifolia L.
Pistia stratiotes Cu(0.33ppm), Pb (1.48 ppm), Typha angustifolia Cu (0.21ppm), Pb (1.58ppm), Eichornia crassipes Cr (0.24ppm), Pb (1.48ppm) and Phragmites karka Cu (0.20ppm) and Pb (1.37ppm) in Flowing water where as in Stagnant water metal concentration is Schenoplectus litoralis Cd (0.18ppm), Pb (3.19ppm ) and Dichanthium annulatum Cd (0.19 ppm), Pb (3.25ppm).
In North America, the most widespread and abundant species are the broad-leaf cattail (Typha latifolia), the narrow-leaf cattail (Typha angustifolia) and the southern cattail (Typha domingensis).