Bryophyta


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a division of nonflowering plants characterized by rhizoids rather than true roots and having little or no organized vascular tissue and showing alternation of generations between gamete-bearing forms and spore-bearing forms

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Zones P-K81-1 and P-K81-2 are dominated by Betula and Pinks pollen in association with high shares of Poaceae pollen and Polypodiaceae and Bryophyta spores, which suggests semi-open landcover with sparse vegetation.
The other major division, Bryophyta, comprises liverworts, hornworts, and true mosses.
28 0 0 28 Bryophyta 669 0 358 1027 Cabomba caroliniana 16,606 69 3,927 20,602 Ceratopteris thalictroides 121 244 66 431 Chara sp.
The garden boasts of about 45 species of butterflies and, in order to attract more species of butterflies, several host plants like Lime, Kadipatta, Bryophyta, and Calotropis, and nectar plants like Stachtarpeta, Ixora, Lantanas, etc.
Floristica: Se registro un total de 89 especies en 30 transectos, de las cuales una era Charophyta, 10 Bryophyta, cinco Pteridophyta, 31 monocotiledoneas y 42 eucotiledoneas.
Scott wrote "There is no reason to believe that the Bryophyta, as we know them, were the precursors of the vascular Cryptogams at all.
canariensis y Bromus rubens +, Briza maxima, Bromus diandrus y Vulpia myuros 1 en 5; Galium parisiense +, Orchys canariensis 2 y Bryophyta 4 en 6.
For example, other haploid organisms maintain some form of recombination during their life cycle, including the green alga Chlamydomonas and members of the Acrasiomycota (cellular slime molds), the Bryophyta (mosses), the Pterophyta (ferns), the Apicomplexa, and the Dinophyceae (dinoflagellates) (Pfiester and Anderson, 1987; Campbell, 1993).