bryophyte


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Synonyms for bryophyte

any of numerous plants of the division Bryophyta

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Ethnotherapeutics of bryophyte Plagiochasma appendiculatum among the Gaddi Tribes of Kangra valley, Himachal Pradesh, India.
Species richness and habitat diversification of bryophytes in submontane rain forest and fallows of Bolivia.
Altogether 96 vascular plant species and 27 bryophyte species were found in the three plantation types, which is considerably more than the respective figures of 75 and 12 recorded at a young age.
These communities are also colonised by bryophytes other than Sphagnum species (Leon, 2012), and this diversity is concealed in releves focussing on vascular plants.
The importance of large-tree retention for the persistence of the old-growth epiphytic bryophyte Nekera pennata in the selection harvest systems.
CATALOGUE OF OAK'S EPIPHYTIC BRYOPHYTES (Quercus humboldtii: Fagaceae), IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF TIPACOQUE, BOYACA-COLOMBIA
Lichen and bryophyte distribution on oak in London in relation to air pollution and bark acidity.
Here we provide the most updated inventory of the epiphytic bryophyte flora along of 64 trees distributed in four localities across the Colombian Amazon.
In 1962, Woodbury (1963) found that, with the exception of a few side streams and springs of fresh clear water, the algal, hydrophyte, and bryophyte flora of Dinosaur National Monument was notoriously poor, due, he speculated, to the annual spring flooding by the Green and Yampa rivers and the heavy sediment loads they carry.
Las especies fueron corroboradas a traves de la revision nomenclatural de: Andean Bryophytes, (http://tropicos.
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).
These studies of bryophytes have revealed a surprising diversity of meiotic mechanisms indicative of the adaptive radiation of the bryophyte-like early land plants.
The bryophyte material was collected from March to May 2008, at the sites of velvet wild harvesting, following information from local harvesters.
Kurschner (2000) reports 224 bryophyte species (one hornwort, 50 liverworts and 173 mosses) from the Arabian Peninsula and Socotra.