Bryophyta

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Synonyms for Bryophyta

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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Diversity patterns and biomass of epiphytic bryophytes and lichens along an altitudinal gradient in the northern Andes.
Inland water quality monitoring with native bryophytes: a methodological review.
Since such biological compounds as aromatic and phenolic substances in bryophytes, aliphatic compounds and fatty acids are preserved against organisms such as mammals, insect larvae, bacteria, fungi, snails, and slugs, almost all species of bryophytes are not damaged by these organisms (Asakawa 2001, 2007b; Xie and Lou 2009; Elibol et al., 2011).
NMDS, MRPP and ISA were run with study-plot-level data, using the averaged vascular plants and ground-inhabiting bryophytes cover values for four vegetation plots.
In other words, for projects to progress without expensive on-site surveys, less than 0.1 ug of nitrogen deposits must be measured per metre on SSSIs that contain bryophytes and lichens, such as mires and woodlands.
(Gigaspermaceae), new to the bryophyte flora of South America.
The most investigated taxa are from Angiosperms whereas limited data is currently available about Bryophytes. Particularly, there is not enough information about Turkish liverworts in Flora of Turkey (15).
CATALOGUE OF OAK'S EPIPHYTIC BRYOPHYTES (Quercus humboldtii: Fagaceae), IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF TIPACOQUE, BOYACA-COLOMBIA
We grouped monocotyledon species into 'Graminaceae, Juncaceae and Cyperaceae', fern species into 'Pteridophytes', and moss and lichens into 'Bryophytes'.
The posterior part of the comb was covered with plant material, more precisely bryophytes: Metzgeriaceae (Metzgeria spp.) (Fig.
A preliminary survey of the bryophytes of two cedar glades.
It is essential that bryophytes have the ability to reproduce sexually for harvested forests to return to pre-harvest levels of bryophyte composition and richness with a high degree of genetic diversity amongst populations.
Exposure dose rates of reference organisms reach 0.14 [mu]Gy [h.sup.-1] for soil invertebrates due to the presence of [sup.238]U in soil, and 0.05 [mu]Gy [h.sup.-1] for lichens and bryophytes due to the presence of [sup.232]Th in soil.