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Aquatic vascular plants of palo verde national park, Costa Rica (ESP)Aquatic vascular plants of palo verde national park, Costa Rica
(Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, 2016)
Assessment of aquatic plants in the reservoirs of AES-Tiete and development of an integrated control model for the most important species
(Marcel Dekker Inc, 2005-01-01)
The general objective of this work was to develop a monitoring and management model for aquatic plants that could be used in reservoir cascades in Brazil, using the reservoirs of AES-Tiete as a study case. The investigations ...
Invasive aquatic plants presents in Chile: Distribution, traits of life and invasive potential
(EDICIONES UNIV. CONCEPCION, 2017)
Whether in life or in death: fresh perspectives on how plants affect biogeochemical cycling
1. Plants have numerous impacts on biogeochemical cycling across both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. These effects extend well beyond the critical role of carbon (C) fixation through photosynthesis that provides the ...
Can ecosystem properties be fully translated into service values? An economic valuation of aquatic plants services
(Ecological Society Of America, 2011-09)
We carried out an integrated analysis of ecosystem services in the Doñana social-ecological system (southwestern Spain), from the providers (different aquatic plant functional groups) to the beneficiaries (different ...
Aquatic plant community in porto primavera reservoir
(Sociedade Brasileira da Ciência das Plantas Daninhas, 2014-09-01)
Aiming to identify the populations of aquatic plants present in the Porto Primavera reservoir and evaluate the behavior of Hydrilla verticillata colonization of this water body a survey was carried out in 2007. The data ...
The aquatic habit and host plants of Paracles klagesi (Rothschild) (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Arctiinae) in Brazil.
(Revista Brasileira de Entomologia, v.57, n. 3, p. 350-352, Sep. 2013., 2013)
Nymphea Water Lily, Trinidad, La Vega Estate, Gran Couva, Trinidad
(Unimax Distributors Limited, 2009-07-15)
A close-up photograph of a Nymphea Water Lily in bloom sticking out of the water. Postcard number 208.
Phytotoxicity associated to microcystins: a review
(Int Inst Ecology, 2014-11-01)
Microcystins (MC) are the most studied toxins of cyanobacteria since they are widely distributed and account for several cases of human and animal poisoning, being potent inhibitors of the serine/threonine protein phosphatases ...