Nymphoides peltata
Nymphoides peltata
(yellow floating-heart)
Plants
Exotic

10 results for Nymphoides peltata (yellow floating-heart)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2161 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field When associated with other common free floating plants such as duckweeds, Salvinia natans... 33538
2162 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field The roots of free floating plants extract dissolved nutrients from the water, altering nutrient... 33538
2163 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field The undersurfaces of leaves often harbor rich communities of (epiphyton) and act as substrate for... 33538
2164 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Experimental Laboratory When compared to macrophyte-free sites, Nymphoides peltata dominated sites supported... 28496
2166 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field N. peltata can produce dense mats of leaves in a floating canopy, which will reduce flow, reduce... 33524
2169 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field Dissolved oxygen levels are affected through decomposition of large amounts of biomass. 33524
2172 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field Drainage from the water source can also be impeded when thick mats block water passageways 33524
2174 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Experimental Field Chemical composition of waters can be altered by increasing the organic content through extraction... 33528
2177 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Observational Field Colonies can produce dense mats of leaves in a floating canopy, which block out sunlight for other... 33527
2187 Nymphoides peltata Habitat Alteration Experimental Field Decay of the senescing vegetation decreases the oxygen levels in water bodies, causing stagnant... 33525

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