hydrophyte

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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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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.
Algae and aquatic plant were collected depending on the sample availability.
It grows fast, thrives in wastewater that has no other use, does not impact the food supply, and can be harvested more easily than algae and other aquatic plants.
Consequently, legitimate concerns existed back in the 1970s and '80s and a full gamut of options for aquatic plant management were considered.
Among the plans drawn up by the Ministry to improve this Sector includes establishment of more ornamental fish breeding centres, training of youth on the breeding and nurturing of fish, prevention of diseases, aquatic plant cultivation, provision of ornamental fish and aquatic plants to youth to engage in self-employments schemes, improvement of research on ornamental fish culture and cross-breeding activities, reproduction of ornamental fish varieties such as Island Cat Fish, Red Tail, and other popular varieties.
Students' learning can correspond to the Knowledge level (recall or recognition of aquatic plant facts) or to the increasingly more complex and abstract Understanding level (discussions, explanations, and restatements regarding the aquatic plants).
However, Warming also described the aquatic and amphibian vegetation of this lagoon in details, making the first inferences about aquatic plant zonation and succession.
In the northern Coorong, a key habitat for aquatic fauna, scientists have found no trace of the once-dominant aquatic plant Ruppia megacarpa.
The company uses its LEX System and "Plantibodies" technologies for harvesting proteins from Lemna, an aquatic plant, and genetically transforming them into monoclonal antibodies for use in treating human diseases such as hepatitis C.
The water lily known as the Victoria amazonica and its slightly smaller sibling, the Victoria cruziana, are two of the queens of the aquatic plant kingdom - exotic floating saucers that can grow up to 6 feet in diameter.
To calculate how much aquatic plant matter it would take to supply that carbon, he analyzed nature's oil-making process.

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