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Barg It grows in quiet and slow-moving water bodies, because swift currents and waves break up the plant. Rice farmers sometimes keep this plant in their paddies because it generates valuable nitrogen via its symbiotic cyanobacteria. Waste and Biomass Valorization. Chemical composition and the feeding value of azolla Azolla pinnata meal for egg-type chicks. It is present in New Zealand as an introduced species and an invasive weed that has crowded out a native relative, Azolla rubra.

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In adsorption studies, A. Views Read Edit View history. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. File:Blechnum Pteridophyta. Azolla pinnata Plant List: Rice farmers sometimes keep this plant in their paddies because it generates valuable nitrogen via its flio cyanobacteria. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. There are two main methods for utilising A. Curculionidaeuses the invasive old world Azolla pinnata as a host plant.

International Journal of Pteridophyt Science 5: The plant reproduces vegetatively when branches break off the main axis, or sexually when sporocarps on the leaves release spores.

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. It is an aquatic plantits frond floating upon the surface of the water. Azolla Azolla pinnata as a feed ingredient in broiler ration. The pollutant will adhere to the organic functional groups on the surface of the A. The frond is made up of many rounded or angular overlapping leaves each 1 or 2 millimeters long. The second remediation method is phytoremediation, where living A. It grows in quiet and slow-moving water bodies, because swift currents and waves break up the plant.

Recent studies show the usefulness of Azolla pinnata in remediation of environmental pollutants. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Azolla pinnata. International Journal of Phytoremediation. The first method is by adsorptionwhich required the A. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Desalination and Water Treatment. This is a small fern with a triangular frond measuring up to 2. Indicators of phosphorus deficiency in Azolla pinnata Salviniales, Pteridophyta.

Retrieved 26 January — via Korea Forest Service. This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat Waste and Biomass Valorization. Azolla pinnata is a species of fern known by several common names, including mosquitofern[1] feathered mosquitofern and water velvet. They are green, blue-green, or dark red in color and coated in pteridopnyta hairs, giving them a velvety appearance.

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Zulujar From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The first method is by adsorptionwhich required the A. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It grows in quiet and slow-moving water bodies, because swift currents and waves break up the plant. Curculionidaeuses the invasive old world Azolla pinnata as a host plant. Archived July 10,at the Wayback Machine.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms pterudophyta Use and Privacy Policy. They are green, blue-green, or dark red in color and coated in tiny hairs, giving them a velvety appearance. Views Read Edit View history. Monilophyta Waste and Biomass Valorization. Chemical composition and the feeding value of azolla Azolla pinnata meal for egg-type chicks.

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Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Archived from the original PDF on 25 May Recent studies show the usefulness of Azolla pinnata in remediation of environmental pollutants. The first method is by adsorptionwhich required the A. It is an aquatic plantits frond floating upon the surface of the water. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.

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