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Environmental Sciences

Environmental Sciences

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography

Author(s): Shelar GS, Dhaker HD, Pathan DI, Shirdhankar MM

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Aquatic plants refer to any organism living in water that photosynthesize and complete part or all of their life cycle in or near the water. Hundreds of fascinating and attractive plants are grown in aquaria for beauty and to maintain water quality. In addition, aquatic plants provide food, shed, shelter and breeding places to fishes [1,2] and absorb many harmful nutrients and pollutants from water, as a buffer strip. They can significantly impact the assimilation of pollutants such as nitrogen and phosphorus from water by biological absorption or physicochemical adsorption [3,4].

This article was published in J Aquac Res Development and referenced in Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography

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