Hydrophyte

Plant that grows wholly or partly immersed in water; compare with xerophyte and mesophyte.

Hydrophyte

• (n.) An aquatic plant; an alga.
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hydrophyte

<botany> A plant which can grow only in very wet soil, or which grows with its leaves partly or completely underwater. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Hydrophyte

Hy'dro·phyte noun [ Greek ... + ... plant: confer French hydrophyte .] An aquatic plant; an alga.
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hydrophyte

a plant growing in water or on a substrate that at least periodically is deficient in oxygen due to excessive water content.
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hydrophyte

hydrophyte 1. A plant that grows in water or in saturated soil. 2. A plant requiring large amounts of water for growth; also, hygrophyte. 3. A plant that grows partly or completely underwater.
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hydrophyte

Plant adapted to live in water, or in waterlogged soil. Hydrophytes may have leaves with a very reduced or absent cuticle and no stomata (since there is no need to conserve water), a reduced root and water-conducting system, and less supporting tissue since water buoys plants up. There are often numerous spaces between the cells in their stems ...
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