phanerogam


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phanerogam

any seed-bearing plant.
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Other chemoautotrophic bacteria that live in the bottom sediments obtain their reducing power from the reduced inorganic molecules present in the sediment as a result of bacterial decomposition of organic material, and as such their production is not strictly "new." Phanerogams, algae, and some photosynthetic sulfur bacteria are the typical benthic primary producers.
scabra, we noted an association with the aquatic phanerogam Mourera sp..
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The phanerogams of the Juan Fernandez Islands, p 95-240.
Microsuccession of cryptogams and phanerogams in the Dead Sea area, Israel.
The coastal area of Torre Guaceto is characterised by peculiar prairies of marine phanerogams. This vegetation is dominated by Posidonia oceanica and plays a primary role in stabilizing the seabed.