bryophyte


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Synonyms for bryophyte

any of numerous plants of the division Bryophyta

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In addition to the presence of annuals in the Edwards Plateau cedar glades, Nostoc commune and various bryophytes were common but not quantified.
The bryophyte community is characterized by Calliergonella cuspidata, Campylium polygamum and C.
Norton Miller has elegantly summarized the amalgamation of features that makes a plant a bryophyte as "a dominant and variously elaborated gametophyte; and a subordinate, non-append-aged sporophyte attached continuously throughout its life to the gametophyte and with a single terminal sporangium".
As a product of the 1999 2009 surveys, and subsequent bryophyte recording, a review of species requiring legal protection under the Flora (Protection) Order (FPO) has identified 65 bryophyte species that could benefit from listing (see Table 1).
The distribution of epiphytic bryophyte and lichen species in relation to phorophyte characters in Latvian natural old-growth broad leaved forests.
pectinatus, and Ranunculus aquatilis; the macro-algae Chara and Cladophora; and the bryophyte, A.
Bryophytes recorded for the Flora totaled 69 species.
We have a list of Estonian hemerophobic forest bryophyte species (Trass et al.
Eighteen vascular plant and three bryophyte species were identified in the sampling area in Hickory Bog (Table 1).
More than 30,000 vascular plant, bryophyte, and lichen specimens at Valdosta State have been imaged and databased.
Bryophyte recolonization on soil and logs, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 20(6): 5-16.
Biogeochemical characterization of an undisturbed highly acidic, metal-rich bryophyte habitat, east-central Alaska.
Rare species include the sand lizard, natterjack toad, great-crested newt and petalwort (a bryophyte plant).