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Estimating Net Primary Production of Salt Marsh Macrophytes

Actinomycete-flora associated with submersed freshwater macrophytes

Seasonal changes in macrophyte and macrozoobenthos assemblages in three coastal lagoons under varying degrees of eutrophication

Interactions between nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria in gnotobiotic microcosms planted with the emergent macrophyte Glyceria maxima

The impact of stream support on the hydrology and macrophytes of the upper Bristol Avon

The importance of macrophyte bed size for cladoceran composition and horizontal migration in a shallow lake

Macrophyte influence on the structure and productivity of photosynthetic picoplankton in wetlands

Endodermis-like Sheaths in the Submerged Freshwater MacrophyteRanunculus trichophyllusChaix

Morphological responses to water-level fluctuations of two submerged macrophytes, Myriophyllum spicatum and Hydrilla verticillata

Methane emission from natural wetlands: interplay between emergent macrophytes and soil microbial processes. A mini-review

Mercury methylation and hydrogen sulfide production among unexpected strains isolated from periphyton of two macrophytes of the Amazon

Contrasting diversity of epibiotic bacteria and surrounding bacterioplankton of a common submerged macrophyte, Potamogeton crispus, in freshwater lakes

How important can the presence/absence of macrophytes be in determining phytoplankton strategies in two tropical shallow reservoirs with different trophic status?

Dominance by an obligate annual affects the morphological characteristics and biomass production of a planted wetland macrophyte community

 

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Any plant that is large enough to be seen with the naked eye. The term is often applied to aquatic plants such as aquatic mosses, ferns, and rooted plants.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Ecology and Conservation.


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