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submersed

(səb-mûrst′)
adj. Botany
Growing or remaining under water: submersed aquatic vegetation.
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Potamogeton pusillus can be easly recognized among Neotropical species with submersed leaves, free basal sheats and linear blades by the absence of keels in its fruits (Haynes and Holm-Nielsen, 2003).
Use of solar pumps with submersed pump system for agriculture and solar panels for the industry could reduce the pressure on the electric utility companies to supply the electricity.
Ducks and swans enjoy the River Taff at Llandaff Rowing Club, where the car park and river bank were submersed
APC is a provider of coatings for marine superstructure and tank coatings, including its ChemLine and MarineLine coatings, and with this venture will expand its lines into marine coatings for submersed surfaces.
The system is IP67-rated, which ensures connector integrity when submersed in up to one meter of water.
The researchers maintained a thermocouple probe in contact with the puree sample in the cell, partially submersed in a preheated oil bath.
Marotta said during an earlier court hearing that police suspected the boy had been submersed in the scalding water, he told Judge David P.
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With its submersed variable-speed 6-bar pump, the SC-R provides high penetration.
When the sensor is submersed in a liquid, each bead's coating reacts to one chemical, and together they yield a distinct pattern of colors.
A spokesman for HMS Gannet said: "From the helicopter, we could only really see a large submersed inflatable.
Submersed, emergent, and free-floating macrophytes were collected by hand while wading in the shallow water along the lake margin.