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pneumatophore

the bladder-like polyp of SIPHONOPHORES which enables them to float.It is usually the uppermost polyp of the CORMIDIUM.
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In July 2014, 24 clumps of live oysters were collected from mangrove pneumatophores at the moderate-exposure site and the low-exposure site.
Heights and diameters of pneumatophores as well as seedling heights were measured in a 1 x 1m subplots located in the middle of each larger plot.
It is very unobtrusive amongst the tangles of roots and pneumatophores but seems to be doing well.
At the age of three years, the species begin to produce pneumatophores. The height of the pneumatophores is about 50 cm.
Bruguiera gymnorrhiza is an evergreen tree 8-35 m high, with straight trunk 40-90 cm in diameter, buttressed at base, and with many upright pneumatophores rising to 45 cm from long horizontal roots.
Plant growth promoting of endophytic Bacillus cereus isolated from the Pneumatophores of Avicennia marina.
mangrove pneumatophores. Only a few Uca annulipes, the UAE's most
Avicennia pneumatophores were more abundant near water channels and more humid areas.
The mangrove may be directly exposed or poisoned via adsorption of the toxic soluble fractions of PAHs through the pneumatophores and prop roots.
The most amazing are pneumatophores, or breathing roots, reason enough to visit.