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- Zhu, Xiaoyan, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Aquatic botany 2019 v.153 pp. 33-39
- Carex; aquatic plants; biomass production; chlorophyll; conservation areas; developmental stages; environmental factors; enzyme activity; leaf morphology; leaves; nitrogen; phosphorus content; physiological response; plant growth; proline; semiarid zones; stoichiometry; superoxide dismutase; water conservation; water supply; wetland plants; wetlands; China
- ... Alternating flooding-drought conditions have been shown to be an effective water-saving method to restore wetland plants in arid and semi-arid regions. Carex schmidtii is a critical plant species for the restoration of degraded wetlands in the Momoge National Nature Reserve (MNNR) in northeast China. Comparative studies of plant leaves, under permanent inundation condition (AF condition) and 30 d ...
- Liu, Xiaoyan, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 2013 v.76 pp. 71-75
- Carex; Phragmites australis; Sagittaria sagittifolia; Scirpus; bacteria; ecosystems; estuaries; indigenous species; pollutants; rivers; sediments; wetland plants; wetlands
- ... The diesel contaminants in the sediments of Huangpu-Yangtze River estuary (HYRE) affect the ecosystem seriously. The effects of four species of indigenous plants, Scirpus triqueter (Scirpus tripueter L.; STL), reed (Phragmites australis; PA), Herba caricis phacotae (Carex phacota Spr.; CPS) and Sagittaria sagittifolia (S. sagittifolia L.; SSL), with oil-degrading bacteria (M) isolated from the oil ...