helophyte


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helophyte

a herb in which the perennating bud is formed in mud.
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The idea is for plants called helophytes to help filter wastewater.
To efficiently treat wastewater, a helophyte filter will be used which composed of a sand filter planted with common reeds.
In terms of life forms, 9% were therophytes, 23% hemicryptophytes, 6% geophytes, 42% chamaephytes, 14% nanophanerophytes, 3% microphanerophytes, and 3% helophytes.
Viitna helophyte vegetation consisted of various rare taxa, but only the occurrence of Phragmites australis and Typha latifolia could be classified as occasional.
The vertical helophyte filter, Sales said, is intended to treat waste water from septic tanks, either from household or from industry.
The activity of grooming is often observed after an aerial move flight, just after the brutal relaxing awakening in the birds near the helophyte.
The protected waterfowl habitats are composed of open water, hydrophyte, helophyte, open grass and mire scrub sub-wetlands in the investigated lake and its riparian zone.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the city government have partnered to implement a P300-million project to clean up the Davao River, the main body of water in the city by using the vertical helophyte filter system.
In a carried out investigation on soybean and sunflower intercropping, sunflower plant have vast and horizontal leaves, having helophyte receptacle and leaves character, and it hare more and lasting which these characteristics with intense intercom petition of species cause succession the plant in intercropping [4].