ecology of Ruppia drepanenis Tineo in a Mediterranean brackish marsh (Doñana National Park, SW Spain) a basis for the management of semiarid floodplain wetlands by Luis Enrique SantamarГ­a GaldГіn

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  • Wetland ecology -- Spain -- Parque Nacional de Don̓ana

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Statementby Luis Enrique Santamaría Galdón
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Paginationxii, 242 p. :
Number of Pages242
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This paper reviews the current knowledge on the diversity, distribution and ecology of the genus Ruppia L. in the Mediterranean region. The genus Ruppia, a cosmopolitan aquatic plant complex, is generally restricted to shallow waters such as coastal lagoons and brackish habitats characterized by fine sediments and high salinity these habitats Ruppia meadows play.

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The research concentrated on the growth, photosynthetic performance and reproduction of the dominant macrophyte species in the brackish area of the marsh, Ruppia drepanensis Tineo.

Working hypotheses were generated from a conceptual model explaining the life cycle and biomass development of the submerged macrophyte populations. New data on the macrophyte Ruppia filifolia in Magellan region Lat. Aquat. Res., 46(1 45):DOI: /volissue1-fulltext-6 Research Article An update on morphology and distribution of Ruppia filifolia (Philippi) Skottsberg in the Magellan region, southern Chile.

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Ecology of Ruppia tuberosa in the southern Coorong Ruppia tuberosa is essentially an annual plant that exploits the ephemeral mudflats around the shores of the southern Coorong. These ephemeral areas are covered with water from late autumn through spring and into summer but are often dry from late summer through autumn.

This paper focuses on the morphology and karyology of representative Ruppia populations from a southern Mediterranean shallow system.

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Abstract. In a laboratory experiment, Ruppia drepanensis Tineo seedlings from a brackish marsh in Southern Spain were grown at 20 and 30 °C, at three different nitrogen levels.

These levels were obtained by the addition of a slow release fertilizer (23% NH 4 NO 3 by weight) to a sediment mixture of sand and clay ().

Several morphometric parameters were recorded during the first five weeks. Ruppia cirrhosa growth cycle was analysed in a southern Mediterranean shallow system throughout 1 year. We examined the temporal variation in R. cirrhosa cover percentage, shoot density, biomass, leaf length, no.

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Ruppia cirrhosa is, indeed, the correct name for the taxon (J. Gamerro ). An implication that the North American material with long, spiraling peduncles is different from the European material of Ruppia cirrhosa stems from the statement that R. occidentalis occurs in inland lakes (J. Verhoeven ).

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