Studies on the submerged genus Ceratophyllum L. in the neotropics

@article{Lowden1978StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on the submerged genus Ceratophyllum L. in the neotropics},
  author={R. Lowden},
  journal={Aquatic Botany},
  year={1978},
  volume={4},
  pages={127-142}
}
Abstract The Ceratophyllaceae is a monogeneric dicotyledonous family whose genus Ceratophyllum L. has a world-wide geographical distribution, and is of great importance in freshwater ecosystems. In this truly submerged genus, the systematist is confronted with a relevant and deducible overlap of variation patterns in fruit, embryo and leaf traits. These generative and vegetative characters are interpreted as decisive characters in the consideration and delineation of interspecific and… Expand
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