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Studies on phytoremediation of municipal waste water with reference to aquatic plant Ceratophyllum demersum

Mohan J., Narendra Babu Shakya, Narendra K. Shukla, Vishnu Kumar

Abstract


C. demersum is a cosmopolitan submerged aquatic varieties that has presumably as of now attacked a large portion of its potential intriguing extent. It has the upsides of being a perpetual surviving great overwinter in more profound water and by becoming both by asexual reproduction of broken or finish stems and by sexual reproduction of a lot of seeds. It has a wide biological resistance and becomes moderately quick. Unsettling influence of the water body brings about increments in development through changes in supplement accessibility yet in addition in quicker dispersal around water bodies permitting more noteworthy rivalry with less overwhelming species.

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Ceratophyllum demersum, phytoremediation, Aquatic plant

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21746/aps.2017.6.12.18

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