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A reed, the pollen of which is astringent, diuretic, fibrinolytic, haemostatic, vasotonic
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These `rushes' are probably not Typha, but stems of some other fibre plant such as Cyperus gymnocaulos.
Vegetative samples of Typha and Schoenoplectus within each quadrat were dried at 60[degrees] for six days to a constant mass and weighed.
Phenolics extracted from Typha roots have been shown to be algicides (Aliotta et al.
The rhizospheres of several species examined at multiple sites were NA positive regardless of habitat: Carex lacustris, Chamaedaphne calyculata, Typha angustifolia, and Vaccinium macracarpon (Table 1).
Typha domingensis was the dominant species in three brackish marshes (Table 7) and it was a co-dominant in a fourth.
Chaetopsis massyla has been reared from cattail, Typha spp.
Herbaceous plants occurring only in this sedge meadow include Chelone glabra, Eupatoriadelphus maculatus, and Typha latifolia.
1990) determined that in Australian salt marshes Juncus kraussii was more salt tolerant than Typha orientalis at all stages of its life cycle.
52 territories/ha in a site dominated by Typha and 2.