Elodea

Elodea is a genus of aquatic plants often called the waterweeds. Elodea is native to North America and is also widely used as aquarium vegetation. The introduction of some species of Elodea into waterways in parts of Europe, Australia, Africa, Asia, and New Zealand has created a significant problem and it is now considered a noxious weed in these
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Elodea

(Canadian Pondweed) This aquatic perennial (Canadian Pondweed) is native to North America and is naturalized in Australia, Asia and Europe. It grows completely submerged beneath the water. It has multi-branched, slightly brittle stems that are clothed with whorls of sessile, medium green, pointed leaves.…
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Elodea

[n] - submerged freshwater perennials
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Elodea

genus Elodea noun submerged freshwater perennials
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Elodea

genus of submerged aquatic plants useful in aquariums and in laboratory demonstrations of cellular activities. Elodea comprises 12 species in the ... [1 related articles]
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Elodea

Elodea (Canadian Pond Weed) is a plant which grows submerged in water, usually floating a little below the surface. It has long green stems and small pointed leaves. It was introduced to Britain by accident from Canada.
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