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Meaning of Macrophyte from wikipedia

- also referred to as hydrophytes or macrophytes to distinguish them from algae and other microphytes. A macrophyte is a plant that grows in or near water...
- Canadian waterweed or pondweed) is a perennial aquatic plant, or submergent macrophyte, native to most of North America. It has been introduced widely to regions...
- nutrient concentrations leads to increasing fecundity of plants, both macrophytes and in the plankton. As more plant material becomes available as a food...
- be regarded as a form of calcareous sinter. They lack any significant macrophyte component due to the absence of light, and for this reason they are often...
- includes various types of phytoplankton, emerged macrophytes, floating macrophytes, and submerged macrophytes, while the surrounding countryside is rainforest...
- surface; ⑷ free-floating macrophytes = not rooted in the substrate, and floating on the surface. These various forms of macrophytes generally occur in different...
- blooms, benthic macrophyte po****tions were deprived of light, while anoxia caused m**** mortality in marine animals. The decline in macrophytes was further...
- schedule field personnel efforts to track, map, and recapture sturgeon. Macrophytes are an important part of healthy ecosystems. They provide habitat, refuge...
- Most organisms involved in water purification originate from the waste, wastewater or water stream itself or arrive as resting spore of some form from...
- bays along the s****s of Lake Baikal. More than 85 species of submerged macrophytes have been recorded, including genera such as Ceratophyllum, Myriophyllum...
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