Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Nasturtium aquaticum

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 846]

 

Nasturtium officinale (17), Medicinal plants (15), Aquatic macrophytes (13), Macrophytes (11), Ethnobotany (9), Arsenic (7), Phosphorus (6), Spain (6), Multiple stressors (5), plant biochemistry (5), plant physiology (5), watercress (5), Aquatic plants (4), callus (4), culture media (4), Ethnopharmacology (4), glucosinolates (4), Granada (4), horticultural crops (4), Nitrogen (4), Spongospora subterranea (4), Toxicity (4), 2,4-D (3), Bioindication (3), Biological assessment (3), Brassicaceae (3), Carbon dioxide (3), Detrended Correspondence Analysis (3), disease resistance (3), Emergent technologies (3), Eutrophication (3), Folk medicine (3), Latin America (3), leaves (3), Nitrate (3), Phytoremediation (3), plants (3), Reciprocal Averaging (3), Rivers (3), Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum (3), screening (3), South America (3), Stream power (3), thidiazuron (3), tissue culture (3), Uptake mechanisms (3), Water Framework Directive (3), Weighted Averaging (3), Acculturation (2), Ammonium (2), Antibacterial (2), Antioxidants (2), arsenate (2), arsenate reductase (2), Arsenic accumulation (2), Arsenic speciation (2), Arsenic translocation (2), Artemia salina (2), Bed sediment size (2), benzyladenine (2), Bioaccumulation (2), Biomonitoring (2), Brine shrimp (2), buffer strips (2), Catalan-speaking territories (2), Central Portugal (2), chalk stream (2), chlorophyll (2), Co-correspondence analysis (2), conservation (2), Conservation planning (2), Contaminated water (2), conveyance (2), crop production (2), Cross-taxon congruence (2), Cruciferae (2), defense mechanisms (2), degradation (2), Detoxification (2), Diatoms (2), Dispersal barrier (2), DNA content (2), Ecological quality (2), Ecosystem engineer (2), Ecuador (2), Escherichia coli (2), Ethnoveterinary (2), explants (2), Extremely acidic waters (2), Fidelity level (2), Flow cytometry (2), Freshwater biodiversity (2), GAM (2), glutathione (2), grayling (2), groundwater (2), Habitat (2), hyporheic zone (2), in vitro culture (2), Indigenous knowledge (2), Informant consensus factor (2), Isothiocyanates (2), lakes (2), Landscape (2), Macronutrients (2), Macrophyte (2), Mallorcan ethnopharmacopoeia (2), Mediterranean ethnobotany (2), Metals (2), Micronutrients (2), micropropagation (2), Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) (2), Myrosinase (2), Nasturtium microphyllum (2), Natural plant species (2), Non-nutrients (2), Northern Peru (2), organogenesis (2), oxidation (2), phytochelatins (2), Phytofiltration (2), Phytotechnology (2), plant breeding (2), Plant community (2), Plant morphotypes (2), plant pathogenic fungi (2), Plant uses (2), plant viruses (2), polymerase chain reaction (2), Predictive canonical correspondence analysis (2), Predictive models (2), Quantitative analysis (2), Ranunculus (2), regenerative ability (2), riparian (2), sediment (2), senescence (2), shoots (2), somaclonal variation (2), South-east Asia (2), Spatial isolation (2), Staphylococcus aureus (2), stems (2), Submerged macrophytes (2), surface water (2), Surrogate taxon (2), The Middle Navarra (2), Thioglucosides (2), Traditional knowledge (2), Traditional plant knowledge (2), Traditional remedies (2), Vegetation (2), Veterinary medicine (2), water quality (2), weeds (2), Wild greens (2), Zootherapy (2), β-Phenylethyl isothiocyanate (2), «in vitro» (1), «in vivo» (1), ×&#xa0 (1), 8-Methylsulphinyloctyl isothiocyanate (1), acceptance (1), acclimatization (1), acetic acid (1), acetylcholinesterase (1), adventitious shoots (1), Agricultural landscapes (1), Agrobacterium tumefaciens (1), amphibious (1), Andes (1), Antioxidant capacity (1), antioxidant enzymes (1), Antioxidant system (1), Apoptosis (1), aquaculture (1), aquatic ecology (1), Aquatic plant (1), aquatic vegetation (1), Aquatic weeds (1), arsenic tolerance (1), artificial selection (1), Ascorbic acid (1), auxins (1), Bacillus thuringiensis (1), Bacopa monnieri (1), barbarea verna (1), Bax (1), biodiversity (1), biodiversity concerns for aquatic insects (1), Biodiversity hot spot (1), Biological control agent (1), Bitterness (1), Blockage factor (1), Bootstrap hypothesis testing (1), Brassica oleracea var. capitata (1), Brassica rapa (1), Bray–Curtis dissimilarities (1), Bray–Curtis dissimilarities (1), Brown moss (1), C57BL/6J (1), cabbage flavor (1), Calcareous (1), California Floristic Province (1), Cambridge (1), canopy (1), carbohydrate (1), Carotenoids (1), Caspases (1), Catalonia (1), Catchment (1), Ceratophyllum demersum (1), Chalk rivers (1), chalk streams (1), channel morphology (1), Channel resistance (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), Chemical notification (1), Chemoprevention (1), Chemosensory criteria (1), clones (1), cloning (1), Coenagrion mercuriale (1), Cohort survival (1), Co-inertia analyses (1), colmation (1), comet assay (1), Common land (1), competition (1), Connectivity (1), Constructed wetland (1), constructed wetlands (1), Consumer panel (1), Cotesia glomerata (1), cotyledons (1), Cruciferous vegetables (1), cultivars (1), culture techniques (1), Current velocity (1), cutting (1), Cytochrome c (1), cytokinins (1), dark (1), Dehydroascorbic acid (1), denitrification (1), deposition (1), depuration (1), desert (1), diagnostic techniques (1), Diapause rate (1), Discharge (1), disease (1), disease diagnosis (1), dispersal (1), dose response (1), dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) (1), East Anglian Fens (1), Eastern Cuba (1), ecohydrology (1), ecological characteristics (1), ecology (1), Ecorregionalization (1), Ecosystem engineering (1), enzyme activity (1), enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (1), epicuticular wax. (1), Epiphyte (1), Ethnomedicine (1), Ethylenediamine N,N′-disuccinic acid (1), evaluation (1), Evapotranspiration (1), Everglades nutrient removal project (1), exotic species (1), experimental watercress beds (1), Extinction (1), exuviae (1), farmland ponds (1), Fen (1), ferric ions (1), ferrous ions (1), ferulic acid (1), Ficus lyrata (1), Field margins (1), Fiji (1), Fine sediment (1), fish populations (1), Flavonols (1), Flavor (1), flavour (1), Floodplain management (1), Floristics (1), Flow (1), fluvial dynamics (1), Food (1), formaldehyde (1), FPOM retention (1), freshwater conservation (1), Freshwater mussel (1), Fruits and vegetables (1), fungal diseases of plants (1), Galones (1), Gammarus pulex (1), gas production (biological) (1), General sensitivity analysis (1), Generalized linear models (1), genes (1), genetic distance (1), genetic resistance (1), genetic toxicology (1), genetic transformation (1), genetic variation (1), geomorphology (1), Germination (1), glucosinolate degradation products (1), glyphosate (1), grasshoppers and crickets (Orthoptera) (1), Great Lakes (1), greenhouse production (1), Growth (1), growth regulators (1), habitat manipulation (1), habitat preference (1), Habitat use (1), Hampshire Avon (1), Head traits (1), hellgrammites and alderflies (Megaloptera) and scorpionflies (Mecoptera) (1), Herbal mixtures (1), History of safe use (1), horticulture (1), Host plants (1), Human health (1), human perceptions (1), hydraulic habitat (1), Hydrochemistry (1), hydrochory (1), hydrology (1), hydrophytes (1), Hyperaccumulation (1), hyperaccumulators (1), hypocotyls (1), hyporheic (1), IFNα (1), in vitro (1), in vitro chemoprevention (1), insect biodiversity - taxon examples (1), insecticidal properties (1), intergenic DNA (1), Internal transcribed spacer (1), Internet resource (1), Invasion (1), Invertebrate (1), Iodometric titration (1), Isothiocyanate (1), Juvenile (1), kaempferol (1), Kennet (1), Lago San Pablo (1), Landscape history (1), large genetic influence on cabbage flavor - differences in sensory characteristics of cabbage genotypes (1), Latitudinal trends (1), Life history pattern (1), line differences (1), lipid peroxidation (1), Local varieties (1), low flows (1), Lowland rivers (1), Lymphomyosot (1), macroinvertebrate (1), Macrophyte litter (1), malathion (1), malformation (1), management (1), Manning’s n (1), Mapuche (1), Mathematical model (1), Matrix metalloproteinase (1), Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) - Mayflies occurring globally in lotic and lentic habitats (1), measurement (1), melanoma B16F10 (1), Mentha (1), messenger RNA (1), metal tolerance (1), methane (1), methane production (1), methodology (1), Mitochondrial dysfunction (1), Mitochondrial membrane potential (1), molecular sequence data (1), Monte Carlo simulation (1), morin (1), mortality (1), murashige and skoog medium (1), Nasturtium&#xa0 (1), Nasturtium Ã— sterile (1), Naturalized plants (1), Nepal (1), nerve-winged insects (Neuroptera) (1), New Zealand (1), Nitric oxide (1), nitrous oxide (1), non-indigenous flora and fauna (1), Non-target impact (1), nontarget organisms (1), Novel foods (1), nrDNA (1), Nuclear factor κB (1), nucleotide sequences (1), nutrition (1), Ocimum basilicum (1), Odonata (1), odonates (1), Organic carbon (1), Pampean streams (1), Páramo (1), parasite (1), parsley (1), Particulate phosphorus (1), Patagonia (1), pathogenicity (1), Peat (1), permeable river (1), Peru (1), Pesticide (1), petioles (1), Petroselinum crispum (1), Phylogeny (1), physical control (1), physical structure (1), Phytochemicals (1), Phytomedicine (1), Pieris napi (1), Pieris rapae (1), Pinus radiata (1), PIT (1), Plain streams (1), plant cultural practices (1), Plant decomposition (1), plant diseases and disorders (1), plant families (1), Plant foods (1), plant genetic resources (1), plant health (1), plant invaders (1), plant litter (1), plant wax compounds. (1), Planting (1), Plutella xylostella (1), pond quality (1), population (1), population genetics (1), Positive lists for food plants (1), postharvest physiology (1), potassium (1), Potentilla fruticosa (1), Potyvirus (1), preconditioning (1), propagule (1), Prostaglandin E2 (1), proteolysis (1), Pseudogene (1), public health (1), pungency (1), pungency, reminiscent of mild horseradish or black mustard - characteristic of fresh cabbage (1), Quantitative ethnobotany (1), random amplified polymorphic DNA technique (1), Río Tinto (1), Raute tribe (1), Raw 264.7 cells (1), reach (1), Recirculating system (1), reducing agents (1), reduction (1), Reduction rates (1), Reed (1), regeneration (1), Regional lists (1), regrowth (1), rehabilitation (1), Restoration (1), ribosomal DNA (1), Rio Itambi (1), Río Tinto (1), Riparian plants (1), Risk assessment (1), River basin management (1), River flows (1), River seed bank (1), rocket salads (1), Roundup (1), running water (1), sage (1), salmon (1), Salvia officinalis (1), Sediment accumulation (1), sediment storage (1), sedimentation (1), Selection and use (1), sensory analysis (1), Sewage pollution (1), shoot tip culture (1), societal benefits of aquatic insect diversity in biomonitoring (1), societal benefits of aquatic insect diversity in fishing (1), societal benefits of aquatic insect diversity in food webs (1), soil pollution (1), Soluble reactive phosphorus (1), Soluble unreactive phosphorus (1), space (1), Sparganium (1), Spatial distribution (1), Spatial variability (1), Species diversity (1), Species richness (1), Stability (1), statistical trends (1), sterile (1), storage (1), stream (1), Streams (1), submerged (1), surface lipid layer (1), Surrogate (1), Survival (1), suspended solids (1), Suspension feeders (1), Taxonomy (1), terrestrial (1), Thames (1), The Kennet model (1), Thiol metabolism (1), toxicity tests (1), Traditional foods (1), Traditional medicine (1), transgenic plants (1), translocation (plant physiology) (1), transport vectors (1), trapped volatiles (1), trapping (1), trout (1), turbidity (1), Turnips (1), UHPLC (1), United Kingdom (1), urban streams (1), Urbanisation (1), Vegetable quality (1), Vegetation management (1), Velocity (1), volatiles (1), Waste water treatment (1), wastewater treatment (1), Water chemistry (1), water level (1), water pollution (1), Water–energy (1), weed invasions (1), Wetland (1), wetland soils (1), wetlands (1), wild foods (1), Zannichellia palustris (1), zoospores (1), γ-diversity (1)

 

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