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Responses of vascular (Egeria densa) and non-vascular (Chara globularis) submerged plants and oospores to contrasting sediment types


, : Responses of vascular (Egeria densa) and non-vascular (Chara globularis) submerged plants and oospores to contrasting sediment types. Aquatic Botany 83(2): 141-153

In this study, we investigated the growth responses of a native, non-vascular charophyte (Chara globularis var. globularis Thuill.) and an invasive vascular angiosperm (Egeria densa Planch.) on three contrasting New Zealand lake sediment types (fine silt from beneath charophyte beds, sand from an exposed shoreline and low density organic-rich substrate from beneath Ceratophyllum demersum L. beds) under low and high light conditions (6 and 15% ambient).

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DOI: 10.1016/j.aquabot.2005.05.010


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