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Common chastukha, or plantain chastukha, or Water plantain (Lat. Alisma plantago-aquatica).
A plant species from the genus Chastukha of the Chastukha family (Alismataceae), the type species of this genus. Common chastukha is a perennial herbaceous plant with a short thick rhizome. The height of the plant usually ranges from 20-60 cm .
Leaves with a long petiole, a heart-shaped or rounded base, an ovate or lanceolate-ovate plate, can reach a length of 20 cm; collected in a basal rosette. As for other species of chastukha, heterophyllia (diversity of leaves) is characteristic of the common chastukha: the underwater form of the plant has linear leaves.
Peduncles appear from the center of leaf rosettes, can rise to a height of up to 90 cm; inflorescences are usually not formed in underwater plants. The flowers are actinomorphic, with a double perianth. The flowers are bisexual, with six stamens and numerous carpels located on an almost flat peduncle. The length of the anthers is from 0.7 to 1.1 mm .
The fruits are small, flattened green polygons on the sides; they break up into floating segments (fruits), each of which contains one seed. Fruits with an almost straight abdominal side, with thin-skinned, not transparent sides. Seeds — with a smooth surface.