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Vallisneria americana Michx.

  title={Vallisneria americana Michx.},
  author={Tom Clark},
6 Citations

Macrofaunistic Diversity in Vallisneria americana Michx. in a Tropical Wetland, Southern Gulf of Mexico

Alberto J. Sanchez1, Rosa Florido1, Miguel Angel Salcedo1, Violeta Ruiz-Carrera1, Hugo Montalvo-Urgel2 and Andrea Raz-Guzman3 1Diagnostico y Manejo de Humedales Tropicales, CICART, Division Academica

The structure of population genetic diversity in Vallisneriaamericana in the Chesapeake Bay: implications for restoration

Patterns of genetic diversity in Vallisneriaamericana, a cosmopolitan freshwater submersed aquatic macrophyte, are examined to suggest that propagules at least be limited within four primary geographic areas that correspond to freshwater tidal and non-tidal, oligohaline, and seasonally mesohaline areas of the Chesapeake Bay.

Insights of the Latest Naturalized Flora of Taiwan: Change in the Past Eight Years

The results revealed that two-thirds of these newly recruited species naturalized before 2002, and only 77 actually naturalized after 2002, implies insufficient attention to plant invasions and lag phases of invasion.

Using Seeds to Propagate and Restore Vallisneria americana Michaux (Wild Celery) in the Chesapeake Bay

This technical note reviews the results of studies investigating the use of seeds of V. americana for restoration in the Chesapeake Bay, including aspects of the collection, storage, germination, and

An invasive macrophyte alters sediment chemistry due to suppression of a native isoetid

The data suggest that U. inflata may change nutrient cycling in Adirondack lake ecosystems by reducing the growth of native isoetid macrophytes, such as E. aquaticum, and consequently altering key features of sediment chemistry.

Plant Biomonitors in Aquatic Environments

In this review we focus on use of the aquatic macrophyte, Vallisneria americana, as a biomonitor of overall environmental conditions in the Laurentian Great Lakes. An array of measures of plant