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hydrophyte

a plant that inhabits wet places and has its perennating buds lying in water. Compare MESOPHYTE, XEROPHYTE.
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Exploitation of aquatic plants as a source of edible raw materials for fish has received a little attention, despite the study of some of them and to know some constituents benefits for human and animal health (Mukherjee et al., 2010; Awad & Awaad, 2017).
Maria Kuzmina and colleagues at the University of Guelph show the feasibility of eDNA sequencing for identifying aquatic plant diversity.
Shinnersia rivularis Weiss-Grun is an important aquatic plant of Asteraceae family used in the aquariums as an ornamental plant (Zwerin 2010).
SePRO's President and CEO Bill Culpepper: "We are excited to offer ProcellaCOR as a new tool for aquatic plant management.
A study of aquatic plants associated with the 'wadi' ecosystems has resulted in several positive outcomes, including the setting up of a comprehensive database for the macrophyte species in the Al Hajar Mountain range.
ITS (internal transcribed spacer), ISSR, EST- (expressed sequence tag-) SSR, and other molecular markers have been developed for the analysis of aquatic plant genetic diversity.
The survey recorded 22 families, 37 genera, and 43 aquatic plant species; the number of species was significantly lower than the survey of aquatic plant species number in Poyang Lake [3], which may be because the latter sampling sites in the Poyang Lake were a bit too much.
Industrial waste dumped into Chenab River is threatening the aquatic plant life, says a new study conducted by researchers at the Department of Biotechnology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
Peterman is a member of several professional organizations, including Catfish Farmers of America, World Aquaculture Society, American Fisheries Society, Alabama Fisheries Association and the Aquatic Plant Management Society.
Thus, this paper attempts to evaluate the metal pollution status in Batang Ai Reservoir, 29 years after impoundment, reporting the major and trace elements in water, sediment, macroalgae, aquatic plant, and fish.
Chavan and Dhulap, [3] observed more than 50 % reduction in the level of S[O.sub.4.sup.-2] using the aquatic plant species Panicum.
Floudas, professor of chemical and biological engineering at Princeton (N.J.) University, explains that duckweed, an aquatic plant that floats on or near the surface of still or slow-moving freshwater, is ideal as a raw material for biofuel production.

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