Macrophytes of sacred Himalayan lake Dodi Tal, India: quantitative and diversity analysis

@inproceedings{Rc2017MacrophytesOS,
  title={Macrophytes of sacred Himalayan lake Dodi Tal, India: quantitative and diversity analysis},
  author={Sharma Rc and S. P. Singh},
  year={2017}
}
Biodiversity is one of the most important characteristics of the aquatic ecosystem for maintaining its stability and resilience.1 Aquatic macrophytes are macroscopic forms of aquatic vegetation, including macroalgae, mosses, ferns and angiosperms found in aquatic habitat. They have evolved from many diverse groups and often demonstrate extreme flexibility in structure and morphology in relation to changing environmental conditions.2 Macrophytes of freshwater ecosystems have diverse roles to… 

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