Lemnaceae


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Lemnaceae

[lem′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The duckweeds, a family of monocotyledonous plants in the order Arales; members are small, free-floating, thalloid aquatics with much reduced flowers that form a miniature spadix.
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Appenroth, "Relative in vitro growth rates of duckweeds (Lemnaceae)-the most rapidly growing higher plants," Plant Biology, vol.
Aksoy, "Growth and lead accumulation capacity of Lemna minor and Spirodela polyrrhiza (Lemnaceae): interactions with nutrient enrichment," Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, vol.
Being extremely reduced in morphology, miniaturization of organs, and its wide distribution, as well as high phenotypic plasticity in response to environmental conditions, have made taxonomy of Lemnaceae a great challenge [3,13].
(1995): Limnobiophyllum Krassilov - a fossil link between the Araceae and the Lemnaceae. Aquatic Botany 50, 49-61.
"Efecto del nitrogeno, fosforo y potasio del medio de cultivo en el rendimiento y valor nutritivo de Lemna gibba (Lemnaceae)".
LEMNACEAE: Lemna aequinoctialis Welw: Monada, apolar, asimetrico; exina tectada, 1[my] de espesor, sexina equinada, inaberturado.
Oxygen regime in a fish pond with duckweeds Lemnaceae and Ceratophyllum.
Different ammonium-ion uptake, metabolism and detoxification efficiencies in 2 lemnaceae - a N-15-nuclear magnetic-resonance study.
"Lemnaceae, or duckweeds, are a family of monocots that thrive in eutrophic freshwater environments.
Las macrofitas acuaticas, incluyendo la familia Lemnaceae, se pueden utilizar como forraje para peces herbivoros y omnivoros, o transformarse en harinas para usarse como ingredientes en alimentos balanceados, pero la factibilidad de su uso depende de los costos de recoleccion y procesamiento [19].
Contribucion a la biologia floral de Wolffiella lingulata (Lemnaceae).
Larvae and pupae were collected by placing floating hydrophytes of the genera Lemna, Wolfia, Wolfiella and Spirodella (Lemnaceae) in Berlesse funnels.