2 edition of fungal flora of waterhyacinth in Florida found in the catalog.
fungal flora of waterhyacinth in Florida
K. E. Conway
|Statement||by K. E. Conway, T. E. Freeman, and R. Charudattan.|
|Series||Publication - Florida Water Resources Research Center ; no. 30, Publication (University of Florida. Water Resources Research Center) ;, no. 30.|
|Contributions||Freeman, T. E. 1930- joint author., Charudattan, R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SB615.W3 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||75623175|
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THE FUNGAL FLORA OF WATERHYACINTH IN FLORIDA By K.E. Conway T.E. Freeman and R. Charudattan PUBLICATION NO. 30 FLORIDA WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH CENTER and FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION JOURNAL SERIES NO.September, The work upon which this report is based was supported in part.
Effects of Fungi and Bacteria on the Decline of Arthropod-Damaged Waterhyacinth (Eichornia crassipes) in Florida Article (PDF Available) in Weed Science 26(2) March with Reads. Waterhyacinth: Florida’s Worst Floating Weed 3 oxygen concentrations to levels that are dangerous for fish and other aquatic wildlife.
Control The St. Johns River constituted a major shipping passage through Florida when waterhyacinth was first introduced to the state in the s. In order to facilitate use of the. Fish and wildlife losses alone in the six southeastern states exceeded $4 million per year in and waterhyacinth control provided a benefit to Cost ratio of (Tabita and Woods, ).
Holm et al. () ascribed losses of $43 million in to waterhyacinth infestations in Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana. The U.S. Army. Ecology: Eichhornia crassipes.
is a fast growing, troublesome aquatic plant with global distributions in tropical and subtropical areas of the world (Center and Spencer ; Penfound and Earle ). The showy, attractive lavender flowers precipitated this worldwide distribution.
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A Flora of Tropical Florida: A Manual of the Seed Plants and Ferns of Southern Peninsular Florida by Robert W. Long () [Robert W. Long;Olga Lakela] on /5(2). This study, conducted in Nyanza Gulf of Lake Victoria, assessed ecological succession and dynamic status of water hyacinth.
Results show that water hyacinth is the genesis of macrophyte succession. On establishment, water hyacinth mats are first invaded by native emergent macrophytes, Ipomoea aquatica Forsk., and Enydra fluctuans Lour., during early stages of by: "A Flora of Tropical Florida" seems to be more of a catalog of a herbarium (rather than a South Florida plant identification manual).
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Biological control of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) by Alternaria eichhorniae. Article (PDF Available) in Phytopathology August with 87 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
appearance in Florida in (Webber ) and heas since becomne an important aquatic pest in that state. Shortly after the turn of the century it had been reported from all the southeastern coastal states as far north as Virginia and was reported from Cali- fornia by Johnson ().
In L)uisiana there are several infested areas in theFile Size: 3MB. A flora of tropical Florida: a manual of the seed plants and ferns of southern peninsular Florida Robert W. Long, Olga Lakela University of Miami Press, - Nature - pages. > "A Flora of Tropical Florida" is a one-of-a-kind indispensable reference for anyone seriously interested in the flora of South Florida, but it has serious shortcomings > "A Flora of Tropical Florida" is particularly useful (compared to many similar references) because it includes non-natives along with the natives.4/5(2).
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iPIX Interactive ecosystem images in degrees with links to individual plant information are featured as well as Zoomify images of selected characteristics. The Water Hyacinth is considered to be one of the worst aquatic plants in the world The Water Hyacinth is the only large aquatic herb that can float on the water without being attached to the bottom.
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It has long stems which grow to reach the surface of the water. It is native to parts of Central and South America. Foliage Leaves are alternate along the stem. Submersed leaves are sessile while emersed leaves are petiolate.
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