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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Special Issue 3, Part I (2017)

Vegetation of wetland of Issapur water near Pusad and Umarkhed, district Yavatmal. (M.S), India

Author(s)
PY Anasane
Abstract
During the study the total number of Plant species was counted about 50 species were recorded. Species observed in the Issapur water wetland are belongs to various families including grasses, leguminous, non-leguminous and lower shrubs. As the water recedes, the marshy vegetation shows an interesting zonal distribution. The wetland vegetation pattern shown the aquatic phase starts in July and wetland stage extends from November to February. The present dam is situated on the river, namely Upper Painganga and Lower Painganga. Also this dam is known as 'Isapur Dam'. This dam is administered by the 'Pusad' taluka. Nearby talukas are Kalamnuri, Pusad, Umarkhed and Hadgaon. The dry phase begins at the end of March and continues till June.
During the rainy season the carpet of wetland species, with ‘terrestrialization’ occurring at the middle zone is shown below, such zone gradually gets exposed in winter. During the dry months the water level recedes. An aquatic plant of Issapur water grows profusely in dam water and it difficult to control its pollution because they having different chemical composition by species wise. Aquatic and wetland plants do not belong to any one particular plant family. Rather, they are derived from several terrestrial plant families and have in some cases developed special similar modifications to aid survival in a wet environment. Aquatic and wetland plants do not belong to any one particular plant family. Rather, they are derived from several terrestrial plant families and have in some cases developed special similar modifications to aid survival in a wet environment.
Pages: 283-284  |  832 Views  9 Downloads
How to cite this article:
PY Anasane. Vegetation of wetland of Issapur water near Pusad and Umarkhed, district Yavatmal. (M.S), India. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3S):283-284.
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