Summary: A plant family of the order Typhales, subclass Commelinidae, class Liliopsida (monocotyledons) that contains a single genus, Typha, that grows worldwide.

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  1. Brix H, Dyhr Jensen K, Lorenzen B. Root-zone acidity and nitrogen source affects Typha latifolia L. growth and uptake kinetics of ammonium and nitrate. J Exp Bot. 2002;53:2441-50 pubmed
    ..The common occurrence of T. latifolia in very acidic areas is probably only possible because of the plant's ability to modify pH-conditions in the rhizosphere...
  2. Qin F, Sun H. Immunosuppressive activity of Pollen Typhae ethanol extract on the immune responses in mice. J Ethnopharmacol. 2005;102:424-9 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that EEPT could suppress the cellular and humoral response in mice, and deserve further researches to be developed as immunosuppressant...
  3. Li S, Lissner J, Mendelssohn I, Brix H, Lorenzen B, McKee K, et al. Nutrient and growth responses of cattail (Typha domingensis) to redox intensity and phosphate availability. Ann Bot. 2010;105:175-84 pubmed publisher
    ..The objective of this study was to quantify the interactive effects of P availability and soil redox potential (Eh) on the growth and nutrient responses of Typha, which may help to explain its expansion...
  4. Guisinger M, Chumley T, Kuehl J, Boore J, Jansen R. Implications of the plastid genome sequence of typha (typhaceae, poales) for understanding genome evolution in poaceae. J Mol Evol. 2010;70:149-66 pubmed publisher
    ..The cause of the correlation is unknown, but faulty DNA repair has been suggested in other systems including bacterial and animal mitochondrial genomes...
  5. Tao W, Yang N, Duan J, Wu D, Guo J, Tang Y, et al. Simultaneous determination of eleven major flavonoids in the pollen of Typha angustifolia by HPLC-PDA-MS. Phytochem Anal. 2011;22:455-61 pubmed publisher
    ..The pollen of Typha angustifolia L. has been used for the treatment of dysmenorrhea, stranguria and metrorrhagia. Flavonoids are major active compounds in this pollen and their quantification is important for its quality control...
  6. Montserrat M, Magalhães S, Sabelis M, De Roos A, Janssen A. Patterns of exclusion in an intraguild predator-prey system depend on initial conditions. J Anim Ecol. 2008;77:624-30 pubmed publisher
    ..4. We emphasize the need for theory on IG-predation that takes the effects of stage structure, initial conditions and transient dynamics into account...
  7. Dordio A, Belo M, Martins Teixeira D, Palace Carvalho A, Dias C, Pico Y, et al. Evaluation of carbamazepine uptake and metabolization by Typha spp., a plant with potential use in phytotreatment. Bioresour Technol. 2011;102:7827-34 pubmed publisher
    ..The results obtained in this study suggest the ability of Typha spp., to actively participate in the removal of carbamazepine from water when used in phytotreatment systems. ..
  8. Houserová P, Kubán V, Krácmar S, Sitko J. Total mercury and mercury species in birds and fish in an aquatic ecosystem in the Czech Republic. Environ Pollut. 2007;145:185-94 pubmed
    ..60)=56.71, P<10(-5)). Relative contents of MeHg in muscle tissues of fishes were in the range from 65.1% to 87.9% of total Hg. ..
  9. Yalcuk A, Ugurlu A. Comparison of horizontal and vertical constructed wetland systems for landfill leachate treatment. Bioresour Technol. 2009;100:2521-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Better NH(4)-N removal performance was observed in the vertical system with zeolite layer than that of the vertical 2 and horizontal system. In contrast, horizontal system was more effective in COD removal. ..

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  1. Chiemchaisri C, Chiemchaisri W, Junsod J, Threedeach S, Wicranarachchi P. Leachate treatment and greenhouse gas emission in subsurface horizontal flow constructed wetland. Bioresour Technol. 2009;100:3808-14 pubmed publisher
    ..Methane emission rate was found to be highest at the inlet zone during young leachate treatment at 79-712 mg/m(2) d whereas CO2 emission ranged from 26-3266 mg/m(2) d. The emission of N2O was not detected. ..
  2. Lyubenova L, Pongrac P, Vogel Mikus K, Mezek G, Vavpetič P, Grlj N, et al. Localization and quantification of Pb and nutrients in Typha latifolia by micro-PIXE. Metallomics. 2012;4:333-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Because of its large root and rhizome surface area acting as main sites for Pb adsorption, Typha latifolia may represent potentially efficient plant species for phytoremediation of Pb contaminated soils and waters. ..
  3. Navarro Campos C, Wäckers F, Pekas A. Impact of factitious foods and prey on the oviposition of the predatory mites Gaeolaelaps aculeifer and Stratiolaelaps scimitus (Acari: Laelapidae). Exp Appl Acarol. 2016;70:69-78 pubmed publisher
    ..Nematoda: Panagrolaimidae) and pollen of cattail Typha angustifolia (Poales: Typhaceae)...
  4. Drewe J, Mwangi D, Donoghue H, Cromie R. PCR analysis of the presence and location of Mycobacterium avium in a constructed reed bed, with implications for avian tuberculosis control. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2009;67:320-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The results of this study show that constructed reed beds composed of a settlement lagoon and one or more vegetation beds can act as valuable and ecologically friendly tools in the environmental control of ATB...
  5. Saulais M, Bedell J, Delolme C. Cd, Cu and Zn mobility in contaminated sediments from an infiltration basin colonized by wild plants: the case of Phalaris arundinacea and Typha latifolia. Water Sci Technol. 2011;64:255-62 pubmed
    ..DTPA-extractable Cu contents are strongly correlated with organic carbon sediment contents. We have also noted that extractable contents were significantly different between both zones whatever the metal. ..
  6. Baeza A, Garcia E, Paniagua J, Rodriguez A. Study of the comparative dynamics of the incorporation of tissue free-water tritium (TFWT) in bulrushes (Typha latifolia) and carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the Almaraz nuclear power plant cooling reservoir. J Environ Radioact. 2009;100:209-14 pubmed publisher
    ..This difference reflects the influence on the incorporation of tritium to bulrushes of diverse environmental and metabolic factors, especially evapotranspiration and the seasonal growth of this plant. ..
  7. Hadad H, Mufarrege M, Pinciroli M, Di Luca G, Maine M. Morphological response of Typha domingensis to an industrial effluent containing heavy metals in a constructed wetland. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 2010;58:666-75 pubmed publisher
    ..domingensis to the conditions prevailing in the constructed wetland, which allowed this plant to become the dominant species and enabled the wetland to maintain a high contaminant retention capacity. ..
  8. von Sperling M, Dornelas F, Assunção F, de Paoli A, Mabub M. Comparison between polishing (maturation) ponds and subsurface flow constructed wetlands (planted and unplanted) for the post-treatment of the effluent from UASB reactors. Water Sci Technol. 2010;61:1201-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The polishing pond system was more efficient in the removal of nitrogen (ammonia) and coliforms (E. coli). Land requirements and cost considerations are presented. ..
  9. Maine M, Suñe N, Hadad H, Sanchez G, Bonetto C. Influence of vegetation on the removal of heavy metals and nutrients in a constructed wetland. J Environ Manage. 2009;90:355-63 pubmed
    ..Because of its highest tolerance, T. domingensis is the best choice to treat wastewater of high pH and conductivity with heavy metals, a common result from many industrial processes. ..
  10. Li Y, Liu Y, Liu J, Zeng G, Li X. Effects of EDTA on lead uptake by Typha orientalis Presl: a new lead-accumulating species in southern China. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 2008;81:36-41 pubmed publisher
    ..The study also demonstrated that EDTA not only increased the amount of Pb taken up by plants but also speeded up the metal translocation from roots to leaves. ..
  11. De Paoli A, Von Sperling M. Evaluation of clogging in planted and unplanted horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands: solids accumulation and hydraulic conductivity reduction. Water Sci Technol. 2013;67:1345-52 pubmed publisher
    ..5. Hydraulic conductivity was lower near the inlet of the units (as expected) and, by comparing the planted wetland with the unplanted, the hydraulic conductivity was lower in the former, resulting in larger undesired surface flow. ..
  12. Rejmankova E. Nutrient resorption in wetland macrophytes: comparison across several regions of different nutrient status. New Phytol. 2005;167:471-82 pubmed
    ..A particularly strong relationship was found between resorption indicators and P limitation expressed either as live tissue N : P or soil P. ..
  13. Zazo J, Paull J, Jaffe P. Influence of plants on the reduction of hexavalent chromium in wetland sediments. Environ Pollut. 2008;156:29-35 pubmed publisher
    ..Concentration profiles were fitted to a kinetic model linking sulfide and Cr(VI) concentrations corrected for evapotranspiration. This expression captures both the longitudinal as well as the diurnal Cr(VI) concentration profiles. ..
  14. Maneesuwannarat D, Maneesuwannarat S, Nilratnisakorn S, Thiravetyan P. Effect of silicon on calcium, proline, growth rate and salt stress of narrow-leaved cattails in synthetic reactive dye wastewater. Int J Phytoremediation. 2013;15:24-37 pubmed
    ..In addition, silicon can be used instead of calcium, resulting in decreased proline and calcium production in the plant. ..
  15. Anning A, Korsah P, Addo Fordjour P. Phytoremediation of wastewater with Limnocharis flava, Thalia geniculata and Typha latifolia in constructed wetlands. Int J Phytoremediation. 2013;15:452-64 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate the suitability of the species for phytoremediation, and the usefulness of the technique as an option for improving irrigation water quality in Ghana...
  16. Headley J, Peru K, Armstrong S, Han X, Martin J, Mapolelo M, et al. Aquatic plant-derived changes in oil sands naphthenic acid signatures determined by low-, high- and ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom. 2009;23:515-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Other heteratomic species containing O(6), O(7), SO(2), SO(3), SO(4), SO(5), SO(6), and NO(4) appear to be relatively recalcitrant to the cattails and were not dissipated to the same extent in planted systems. ..
  17. Weber R. On the cover. Broad-leaf cattail, T. latifolia. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2007;98:A4 pubmed
  18. Calheiros C, Duque A, Moura A, Henriques I, Correia A, Rangel A, et al. Changes in the bacterial community structure in two-stage constructed wetlands with different plants for industrial wastewater treatment. Bioresour Technol. 2009;100:3228-35 pubmed publisher
    ..Both series were effective in removing organic matter from the inlet wastewater, however, based on batch degradation experiments it seems that biodegradation was limited by the recalcitrant properties of the wastewater. ..
  19. Dornelas F, Machado M, Von Sperling M. Performance evaluation of planted and unplanted subsurface-flow constructed wetlands for the post-treatment of UASB reactor effluents. Water Sci Technol. 2009;60:3025-33 pubmed publisher
    ..The study shows that horizontal subsurface-flow constructed wetlands can be effectively used as a post-treatment option for the effluent from UASB reactors. ..
  20. Chandra R, Yadav S. Phytoremediation of Cd, Cr, Cu, Mn, Fe, Ni, Pb and Zn from aqueous solution using Phragmites cummunis, Typha angustifolia and Cyperus esculentus. Int J Phytoremediation. 2011;13:580-91 pubmed
    ..cummunis and T. angustifolia had more potential for tested metals than C. esculentus. This study established that these wetland plants could be used for heavy metals phytoremediation from metal containing industrial wastewater. ..
  21. Mufarrege M, Hadad H, Di Luca G, Maine M. Metal dynamics and tolerance of Typha domingensis exposed to high concentrations of Cr, Ni and Zn. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2014;105:90-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite these sub-lethal effects, T. domingensis demonstrated that it could accumulate Cr, Ni and Zn efficiently and survive an accidental dump of high concentrations of contaminants in systems such as natural and constructed wetlands. ..
  22. Tsyusko O, Smith M, Oleksyk T, Goryanaya J, Glenn T. Genetics of cattails in radioactively contaminated areas around Chornobyl. Mol Ecol. 2006;15:2611-25 pubmed
  23. Tilley D, Ahmed M, Son J, Badrinarayanan H. Hyperspectral reflectance response of freshwater macrophytes to salinity in a brackish subtropical marsh. J Environ Qual. 2007;36:780-9 pubmed
    ..Our findings indicate that hyperspectral radiometry can detect the response of emergent freshwater plants to changes in wetland salinity, which would help with monitoring salinity effects on coastal wetlands. ..
  24. Muhammad D, Chen F, Zhao J, Zhang G, Wu F. Comparison of EDTA- and citric acid-enhanced phytoextraction of heavy metals in artificially metal contaminated soil by Typha angustifolia. Int J Phytoremediation. 2009;11:558-74 pubmed publisher
    ..It is suggested that CA can be a good chelator candidate for T. angustifolia used for environmentally safe phytoextraction of Cd and Cr in soils. ..
  25. Sulman J, Drew B, Drummond C, Hayasaka E, Sytsma K. Systematics, biogeography, and character evolution of Sparganium (Typhaceae): diversification of a widespread, aquatic lineage. Am J Bot. 2013;100:2023-39 pubmed publisher
    Sparganium (Typhaceae) is a genus of aquatic monocots containing ±14 species, with flowers aggregated in unisexual, spherical heads, and habit ranging from floating to emergent...
  26. Cejudo Espinosa E, Ramos Valdivia A, Esparza Garcia F, Moreno Casasola P, Rodriguez Vazquez R. Short-term accumulation of atrazine by three plants from a wetland model system. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 2009;56:201-8 pubmed publisher
    ..By the end of the experiment, E. pyramidalis accumulated 8.47 mg/l of atrazine and 14.39 mg/l T. domingensis; in all cases, adsorption accounted for 1.4%, fitting a Langmuir model with a k(d) of 14.47...
  27. Lian J, Xu S, Han C. [Absorption characteristics of molybdenum by reed and cattail]. Huan Jing Ke Xue. 2011;32:3335-40 pubmed
    ..The study suggested that the absorption capacity of Mo was significant by the two plants, and cattail was better for Mo removal than reed. ..
  28. Kroger R, Lizotte R, Moore M. Survival, growth, and body residues of hyalella azteca (Saussure) exposed to fipronil contaminated sediments from non-vegetated and vegetated microcosms. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 2009;83:369-73 pubmed publisher
    ..Mean animal body residue concentrations (ng g(-1)) ranged from 28.4-77.6, 0-30.7, and 8.3-43.8 for fipronil, fipronil-sulfide, and fipronil-sulfone. Fipronil-desulfinyl was not detected in any animal samples. ..
  29. Moore M, Tyler H, Locke M. Aqueous pesticide mitigation efficiency of Typha latifolia (L.), Leersia oryzoides (L.) Sw., and Sparganium americanum Nutt. Chemosphere. 2013;92:1307-13 pubmed publisher
    ..Likewise, they provide farmers and action agencies with supportive data for selection of vegetation in drainage ditches used as management practices. ..
  30. Khan E, Khaodhir S, Rotwiron P. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon removal from water by natural fiber sorption. Water Environ Res. 2007;79:901-11 pubmed
    ..Similar results were obtained in the column experiments, except that polyester fiber performed much poorer on naphthalene. Cattail fiber is a promising sorbent for treating PAH-contaminated water, such as urban runoff...
  31. Weber K, Petersen E, Bissegger S, Koch I, Zhang J, Reimer K, et al. Effect of gold nanoparticles and ciprofloxacin on microbial catabolism: a community-based approach. Environ Toxicol Chem. 2014;33:44-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Under the conditions considered, the possible adverse effects of AuNPs on the catabolic capabilities of microbial communities appears to be minimal. ..
  32. Liu Y, Chen J, Lu S, Yang L, Qian J, Cao S. Increased lead and cadmium tolerance of Typha angustifolia from Huaihe River is associated with enhanced phytochelatin synthesis and improved antioxidative capacity. Environ Technol. 2016;37:2743-9 pubmed publisher
    ..angustifolia might also be an efficient species for phytoremediation of Pb and Cd in water contaminated by heavy metals. ..
  33. Marsik F, Keeler G, Lindberg S, Zhang H. Air-surface exchange of gaseous mercury over a mixed sawgrass-cattail stand within the Florida Everglades. Environ Sci Technol. 2005;39:4739-46 pubmed
  34. Jha P, Kumar A. Endophytic colonization of Typha australis by a plant growth-promoting bacterium Klebsiella oxytoca strain GR-3. J Appl Microbiol. 2007;103:1311-20 pubmed
    ..To isolate and characterize endophytic diazotrophic bacteria from a semi-aquatic grass (Typha australis) which grows luxuriantly with no addition of any nitrogen source...
  35. Santos Díaz M, Barrón Cruz M. Removing heavy metals by in vitro cultures. Methods Mol Biol. 2012;877:265-70 pubmed publisher
    ..This chapter describes a protocol for the establishment of in vitro roots cultures (nontransformed) from T. latifolia and S. americanus, and the procedure for the uptake analysis of Pb (II), Mn (II), and Cr (III) by roots. ..
  36. Timilsena Y, Abeywickrama C, Rakshit S, Brosse N. Effect of different pretreatments on delignification pattern and enzymatic hydrolysability of miscanthus, oil palm biomass and typha grass. Bioresour Technol. 2013;135:82-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The influence of the presence of naphthol during autohydrolysis on the delignification ability was studied. A good relationship was observed between S+H/G ratio and the scavenging effect of naphthol. ..
  37. Huang X, Xiong W, Liu W, Guo X. Effect of reclaimed water effluent on bacterial community structure in the Typha angustifolia L. rhizosphere soil of urbanized riverside wetland, China. J Environ Sci (China). 2017;55:58-68 pubmed publisher
    ..Together these data suggest cause and effect between reclaimed water input into the wetland, shift in bacterial communities through habitat change, and alteration of capacity for biogeochemical cycling of contaminants. ..
  38. Malecki Brown L, White J, Brix H. Alum application to improve water quality in a municipal wastewater treatment wetland: effects on macrophyte growth and nutrient uptake. Chemosphere. 2010;79:186-92 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that the use of alum should be restricted to treatment wetland areas dominated by emergent vegetation as the effects of the elevated Al concentrations in SAV needs further study. ..
  39. Feng H, Qian Y, Gallagher F, Wu M, Zhang W, Yu L, et al. Lead accumulation and association with Fe on Typha latifolia root from an urban brownfield site. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2013;20:3743-50 pubmed publisher
    ..The sequestration of Pb by T. latifolia roots suggests a potential low-cost remediation method (phytostabilization) to manage Pb-contaminated sediments for brownfield remediation while performing wetland rehabilitation. ..
  40. Hijosa Valsero M, Sidrach Cardona R, Becares E. Comparison of interannual removal variation of various constructed wetland types. Sci Total Environ. 2012;430:174-83 pubmed publisher
    ..The efficiency of CWs should not be evaluated based on short monitoring periods (1-2 years) after the start-up of the systems, but on longer periods. ..
  41. Hu Z, Yu H, Zheng J. Application of response surface methodology for optimization of acidogenesis of cattail by rumen cultures. Bioresour Technol. 2006;97:2103-9 pubmed
    ..The results suggested that acidogenesis using rumen cultures is a promising method for cattail disposal...
  42. Wang X, Wu Q, Wu Y, Chen G, Yue W, Liang Q. Response surface optimized ultrasonic-assisted extraction of flavonoids from Sparganii rhizoma and evaluation of their in vitro antioxidant activities. Molecules. 2012;17:6769-83 pubmed publisher
    ..Rutin, kaempferol and formononetin were identified in the extract by comparing relative retention times and UV-Vis spectra with those of reference standards...
  43. Sardar A, Akhan Z, Perveen A, Farid S, Khan I. In vitro antioxidant potential and free radical scavenging activity of various extracts of pollen of Typha domigensis Pers. Pak J Pharm Sci. 2014;27:279-84 pubmed
  44. Fediuc E, Lips S, Erdei L. O-acetylserine (thiol) lyase activity in Phragmites and Typha plants under cadmium and NaCl stress conditions and the involvement of ABA in the stress response. J Plant Physiol. 2005;162:865-72 pubmed
    ..The increase of ABA content indicates the involvement of this phytohormone in early stress responses, while the stimulation of OASTL following the ABA application suggests that ABA has a role in an OASTL activation pathway...
  45. Gillies J, Kuehn K, Francoeur S, Neely R. Application of the [3H]leucine incorporation technique for quantification of bacterial secondary production associated with decaying wetland plant litter. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2006;72:5948-56 pubmed
    ..g., eukaryotic) uptake...
  46. He Y, Wang W, Chen W, Ying J, He C, Ma Y, et al. [Effects of Pollen Typhae total flavone on glucose and lipid metabolism in 3T3-L1 adipocytes]. Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao. 2006;4:593-5 pubmed
    ..To observe the effects of Pollen Typhae total flavone (PTF) on glucose and lipid metabolism in 3T3-L1 adipocytes...
  47. Tiwari S, Kumari B, Singh S. Microbe-induced changes in metal extractability from fly ash. Chemosphere. 2008;71:1284-94 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, bacteria serve the dual purpose and may result in the microbe- assisted phytoremediation of contaminated sites...
  48. Ma X, Havelka M. Phytotoxicity of chlorinated benzenes to Typha angustifolia and Phragmites communis. Environ Toxicol. 2009;24:43-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The conclusion was supported by both growth rate calculations and plant height measurements. (c) 2008 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Environ Toxicol, 2009...
  49. Brix H, Lorenzen B, Mendelssohn I, McKee K, Miao S. Can differences in phosphorus uptake kinetics explain the distribution of cattail and sawgrass in the Florida Everglades?. BMC Plant Biol. 2010;10:23 pubmed publisher
    ..Less clear is how Typha can grow and acquire P at extremely low P levels, which prevail in the unimpacted areas of the Everglades...
  50. Guofen H, Wei Z, Lianfang Z, Yunhui Z. Applying solubilization treatment to reverse clogging in laboratory-scale vertical flow constructed wetlands. Water Sci Technol. 2010;61:1479-87 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, experiments results also showed that the solubilized solvents did not demonstrate a long-term negative effect on plants and biofilms...
  51. Chen Y, Wen Y, Cheng J, Xue C, Yang D, Zhou Q. Effects of dissolved oxygen on extracellular enzymes activities and transformation of carbon sources from plant biomass: implications for denitrification in constructed wetlands. Bioresour Technol. 2011;102:2433-40 pubmed publisher
    ..This may alter balance of litter carbon flux and the characteristics of DOC, which may, in turn, have multiple effects on denitrification in wetlands...
  52. Fruet A, Seito L, Rall V, Di Stasi L. Dietary intervention with narrow-leaved cattail rhizome flour (Typha angustifolia L.) prevents intestinal inflammation in the trinitrobenzenesulphonic acid model of rat colitis. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2012;12:62 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, we investigated the effects of cattail rhizome flour on the intestinal anti-inflammatory activity of prednisolone, which is a reference drug that is used for treatment of human IBD...
  53. Yalcuk A. The macro nutrient removal efficiencies of a vertical flow constructed wetland fed with demineralized cheese whey powder solution. Int J Phytoremediation. 2012;14:114-27 pubmed
    ..The removal of COD, PO4-P and NH4-N were obtained as 37.47%, 45.62%, and 68.88% in CWPS 1; 24.89%, 35.74%, and 63.15% in CWPS 2; 51.15%, 54.96%, and 64.13% in CWPS 3; and 28.35%, 23.99%, and 65.92% in CWPS 4, respectively...
  54. Lim P, Tay M, Mak K, Mohamed N. The effect of heavy metals on nitrogen and oxygen demand removal in constructed wetlands. Sci Total Environ. 2003;301:13-21 pubmed
    ..The metals seem to exhibit some inhibitory effect on nitrogen uptake by cattail plants as indicated by lower nitrogen uptake rates in comparison to rates recorded in wetland systems treating domestic wastewater only...
  55. Demirezen D, Aksoy A. Accumulation of heavy metals in Typha angustifolia (L.) and Potamogeton pectinatus (L.) living in Sultan Marsh (Kayseri, Turkey). Chemosphere. 2004;56:685-96 pubmed
    ..pectinatus. Therefore, all plants can be used as a biological indicator while determining environmental pressures; however, T. angustifolia is proved more appropriate for such studies...
  56. Franco A, Calheiros C, Pacheco C, De Marco P, Manaia C, Castro P. Isolation and characterization of polymeric galloyl-ester-degrading bacteria from a tannery discharge place. Microb Ecol. 2005;50:550-6 pubmed
  57. Ma H, Liu B, Zhang G, Shi R, Ma C, Yu M. [GC-MS analysis of the fatty components of pollen Typhae before and after being carbonized]. Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi. 2006;31:200-2 pubmed
    ..To study the changes of the fatty components of Pollen Typhae before and after being carbonized...
  58. Calheiros C, Rangel A, Castro P. Constructed wetland systems vegetated with different plants applied to the treatment of tannery wastewater. Water Res. 2007;41:1790-8 pubmed
    ..Despite the high removal of organic content from the influent wastewater, during 17 months of operation, no significant differences in performance were observed between units...
  59. Chandra R, Yadav S, Bharagava R, Murthy R. Bacterial pretreatment enhances removal of heavy metals during treatment of post-methanated distillery effluent by Typha angustata L. J Environ Manage. 2008;88:1016-24 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that bacterial pretreatment of PMDE, integrated with phytoremediation will improve the treatment process of PMDE and promote safer disposal of this waste...
  60. Zhang J, Shi Q, Zhang C, Xu J, Zhai B, Zhang B. Adsorption of Neutral Red onto Mn-impregnated activated carbons prepared from Typha orientalis. Bioresour Technol. 2008;99:8974-80 pubmed publisher
    ..The thermodynamic parameters indicated that the processes were spontaneous and endothermic. According to these results, the prepared Mn modified activated carbons are promising adsorbents for the removal of Neutral Red from wastewater...
  61. Calheiros C, Rangel A, Castro P. Treatment of industrial wastewater with two-stage constructed wetlands planted with Typha latifolia and Phragmites australis. Bioresour Technol. 2009;100:3205-13 pubmed publisher
    ..Plants were resilient to the conditions imposed, however P. australis exceeded T. latifolia in terms of propagation...
  62. Li Y, Liu Q, Liu Y, Zhu J, Zhang Q. Endophytic bacterial diversity in roots of Typha angustifolia L. in the constructed Beijing Cuihu Wetland (China). Res Microbiol. 2011;162:124-31 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, the use of certain endophytic bacteria in the process of phytoremediation could be a powerful approach for the restoration of eutrophic systems...
  63. Zheng Y, Wang X, Dzakpasu M, Zhao Y, Ngo H, Guo W, et al. Effects of interspecific competition on the growth of macrophytes and nutrient removal in constructed wetlands: A comparative assessment of free water surface and horizontal subsurface flow systems. Bioresour Technol. 2016;207:134-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, while plants nutrients uptake accounts for a higher proportion of the nitrogen removal in FWS, that in the SSF accounts for a higher proportion of the phosphorous removal. ..
  64. Berry P, Yassin F, Grosshans R, Lindenschmidt K. Surface water retention systems for cattail production as a biofuel. J Environ Manage. 2017;203:500-509 pubmed publisher
    ..Utilizing surface water retention systems for cattail harvest is a best management strategy for nutrient retention on the landscape and improving agricultural resilience. ..
  65. Kaseva M. Performance of a sub-surface flow constructed wetland in polishing pre-treated wastewater-a tropical case study. Water Res. 2004;38:681-7 pubmed
    ..The study also indicated that pH increased from the influent to the effluent and that DO increase was related to the decrease of temperature. FC and TC removal ranged from 43% to 72%, with the least removal in unit A...
  66. Grieco J, Johnson S, Achee N, Masuoka P, Pope K, Rejmankova E, et al. Distribution of Anopheles albimanus, Anopheles vestitipennis, and Anopheles crucians associated with land use in northern Belize. J Med Entomol. 2006;43:614-22 pubmed
    ..vestitipennis (R2 = 0.37, P < 0.05). These results indicate that marshes in proximity to agricultural fields are conducive for Typha growth, thereby providing habitat for the more efficient malaria vector..
  67. Tang X, Li J, Li X, Liu X, Huang S. [Optimization of nitrogen and phosphorus removal in vertical subsurface flow constructed wetlands by using polypropylene pellet as part of substrate]. Huan Jing Ke Xue. 2008;29:1284-8 pubmed
    ..The subsequent harvesting of the plants resulted in the additional removal of total nitrogen and phosphorus of about 29.382 g x m(-2) and 13.469 g x m(-2), respectively...
  68. Malecki Brown L, White J, Sees M. Alum application to improve water quality in a municipal wastewater treatment wetland. J Environ Qual. 2009;38:814-21 pubmed publisher
  69. Undeman E, Czub G, McLachlan M. Addressing temporal variability when modeling bioaccumulation in plants. Environ Sci Technol. 2009;43:3751-6 pubmed
    ..The chemical partitioning plots presented provide guidance for understanding the dominant uptake/elimination processes and the time to approach steady state in relation to the partitioning properties of organic compounds...
  70. Zhang B, Shahbazi A, Wang L, Diallo O, Whitmore A. Hot-water pretreatment of cattails for extraction of cellulose. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 2011;38:819-24 pubmed publisher
  71. Phillips L, Armstrong S, Headley J, Greer C, Germida J. Shifts in root-associated microbial communities of Typha latifolia growing in naphthenic acids and relationship to plant health. Int J Phytoremediation. 2010;12:745-60 pubmed publisher
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