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(Plants) another name for bladderwort
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Noun1.Utricularia - bladderworts: large genus of aquatic carnivorous plants; cosmopolitan in distribution
plant genus - a genus of plants
bladderwort family, family Lentibulariaceae, Lentibulariaceae - carnivorous aquatic or bog plants: genera Utricularia, Pinguicula, and Genlisea
bladderwort - any of numerous aquatic carnivorous plants of the genus Utricularia some of whose leaves are modified as small urn-shaped bladders that trap minute aquatic animals
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Initial stages in the formation of galls induced by Geoica utricularia in Pistacia terebinthus leaflets: Origin of the two vascular bundles which characterize the wall of the galls.
Utricularia reticulata (Malayalam: nelipu) (left) and Epaltes divaricata (right), painted in Kerala, December 1800, by Haludar.
2001); and Geoica utricularia (Passerini) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on O.
Gentineaceae Chelonanthus alatus (Aubl.) Pulle Te x Iridaceae Cipura rupicola Goldblatt & Henrich Ca x * Lentibulariaceae Utricularia subulata L.
Other common macrophyte species (>5% cover) in lakes with high beaver density included Potamogeton amplifolius, Nymphaea odorata, Utricularia vulgaris, or Nuphar variegata (Appendix A, Fig.
and Vallisneria natans (Lour.) Hara, and the least distribution was Blyxa japonica (Miq.) Maxim., Myriophyllum spicatum L., and Utricularia vulgaris L.
AFLP analysis of 30 populations of Utricularia australis f.
We point out that Utricularia foliosa L., showed the fastest germination which occurred in the 2nd week with emission of the first leaf (a relevant datum, since this submerse macrophyte does not present development of radicle), and we recorded full seedling development on the 10th day.
Free-floating macrophytes (e.g., Eicchornia crassipes,Pistia stratiotes and Salvinia spp) are most common in several Neotropical man-made-lakes, but submersed and emergent species also occur frequently, for instance: Egeria najas,Egeria densa, Utricularia ssp, Cabomba furcata, Najas sp, Eichhornia azurea, Eleocharis ssp, Ludwigia spp, Oxycaryum cubense, Echinochloa polystachya and Typha domingensis (Vilarrubia and Cova, 1993; Bini et al., 1999; Pompeo et al., 2001; Tanaka et al., 2002; Marcondes et al., 2003; Bini et al., 2005; Thomaz et al., 2006, 2009a, 2009b; Martins et al., 2008; Bianchini Junior et al., 2010).