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Aquatic plants are plants that have custom-made to living in aquatic environments (saltwater or freshwater). they're conjointly spoken as hydrophytes or macrophytes to tell apart them from algae and alternative microphytes. A macrophyte could be a plant that grows in or close to water and is either emerging, submergent, or floating. In lakes and rivers macrophytes offer protect fish, substrate for aquatic invertebrates, turn out atomic number 8, and act as food for a few fish and life. Macrophytes are primary producers and are the idea of the organic phenomenon for several organisms. They need a big result on soil chemistry and light-weight levels as they impede the flow of water and capture pollutants and entice sediments. Excess sediment can settle into the benthos motor-assisted by the reduction of flow rates caused by the presence of plant stems, leaves and roots. Some plants have the aptitude of engrossing pollutants into their tissue. Seaweeds are cellular marine alga and, though their ecological impact is comparable to alternative larger water plants, they're not generally spoken as macrophytes. Aquatic plants need special diversifications for living submerged in water, or at the water's surface. the foremost common adaptation is that the presence of light-weight internal packing cells, aerenchyma, however floating leaves and finely compound leaves also are common. Aquatic plants will solely grow in water or in soil that's often saturated with water. they're so a standard part of wetlands.This journal invites scientist and scholar of this field to submit there recent research work      

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