A division of the plant kingdom. Bryophyta contains the subdivision, Musci, which contains the classes: Andreaeopsida, BRYOPSIDA, and SPHAGNOPSIDA.

Temporal changes in nitrogen pollution in northeastern Estonia. (1/121)

During the last 5 decades the northeastern part of Estonia (the region where oil shale and the chemical industry are located) has been subjected to pollution with acidic compounds. In 1981-1988 the yearly mean nitrogen (N) deposition load was up to 11.1 kg ha(-1). This N pollution level combined with the deposition of sulphur (S) could have seriously endangered the environment, but the simultaneous emission of strongly alkaline fly ash restrained acidification processes. After 1989-1991 the situation changed, and in 1994-1996 the N deposition load in northeastern Estonia remained within the range of 2.6 to 6.6 kg ha(-1) year(-1) and that of S within 2 to 50 kg ha(-1) year(-1). Because the fly ash deposition is permanently decreasing, more sensitive lichens and mosses can be subjected to critical N+S loads in the future. The proportion of oil shale industry in total emission of NOx in Estonia from stationary sources equals approximately 65 to 75%. During 1996-2000 the yearly mean concentration of NO2 in the air of towns increased from 9 to 12 to 16 to 29 g m(-3). The emission of N compounds was mainly caused by N oxides in flue gases from power plants, as well as ammonia and carbamide discharges from chemical plants. In 1988-1990 the estimated yearly total emission of NOx (as NO2 equivalent) was about 18 to 18.6 thousand t and in 1994-2000, 9.9 to 11.8 thousand t.  (+info)

Comparison of mode estimation methods and application in molecular clock analysis. (2/121)

BACKGROUND: Distributions of time estimates in molecular clock studies are sometimes skewed or contain outliers. In those cases, the mode is a better estimator of the overall time of divergence than the mean or median. However, different methods are available for estimating the mode. We compared these methods in simulations to determine their strengths and weaknesses and further assessed their performance when applied to real data sets from a molecular clock study. RESULTS: We found that the half-range mode and robust parametric mode methods have a lower bias than other mode methods under a diversity of conditions. However, the half-range mode suffers from a relatively high variance and the robust parametric mode is more susceptible to bias by outliers. We determined that bootstrapping reduces the variance of both mode estimators. Application of the different methods to real data sets yielded results that were concordant with the simulations. CONCLUSION: Because the half-range mode is a simple and fast method, and produced less bias overall in our simulations, we recommend the bootstrapped version of it as a general-purpose mode estimator and suggest a bootstrap method for obtaining the standard error and 95% confidence interval of the mode.  (+info)

Involvement of auxin and a homeodomain-leucine zipper I gene in rhizoid development of the moss Physcomitrella patens. (3/121)

Differentiation of epidermal cells is important for plants because they are in direct contact with the environment. Rhizoids are multicellular filaments that develop from the epidermis in a wide range of plants, including pteridophytes, bryophytes, and green algae; they have similar functions to root hairs in vascular plants in that they support the plant body and are involved in water and nutrient absorption. In this study, we examined mechanisms underlying rhizoid development in the moss, Physcomitrella patens, which is the only land plant in which high-frequency gene targeting is possible. We found that rhizoid development can be split into two processes: determination and differentiation. Two types of rhizoids with distinct developmental patterns (basal and mid-stem rhizoids) were recognized. The development of basal rhizoids from epidermal cells was induced by exogenous auxin, while that of mid-stem rhizoids required an unknown factor in addition to exogenous auxin. Once an epidermal cell had acquired a rhizoid initial cell fate, expression of the homeodomain-leucine zipper I gene Pphb7 was induced. Analysis of Pphb7 disruptant lines showed that Pphb7 affects the induction of pigmentation and the increase in the number and size of chloroplasts, but not the position or number of rhizoids. This is the first report on the involvement of a homeodomain-leucine zipper I gene in epidermal cell differentiation.  (+info)

Exposure to Asulox inhibits the growth of mosses. (4/121)

Asulox is a herbicide used to control bracken. Its effects on mosses were investigated to ascertain whether exposure proved as detrimental as found in parallel studies on pteridophytes. Mature gametophytes of 18 mosses were exposed to a range of concentrations of Asulox under standard conditions and the effects on growth monitored. Plants were cut to a standard length, exposed to Asulox solution for 24 h, grown for 3 weeks and total elongation (main stem and branches) measured. EC50 values were calculated and species ranked according to sensitivity. The effects of exposure on total elongation were compared with those on main stem elongation alone. Under the conditions tested, the total elongation of all species was inhibited after exposure to Asulox. The amount of elongation observed after exposure was different for different species and inhibition of elongation occurred at different exposure concentrations. A single regression equation was not adequate to describe the dose response curves of all species tested. An ability to produce secondary branches may confer increased tolerance to Asulox exposure. It is concluded that mosses suffer detrimental effects after exposure to Asulox at concentrations similar to those that affect fern gametophytes such as bracken.  (+info)

A novel type of chloroplast stromal hexokinase is the major glucose-phosphorylating enzyme in the moss Physcomitrella patens. (5/121)

Hexokinase catalyzes the first step in the metabolism of glucose but has also been proposed to be involved in sugar sensing and signaling both in yeast and in plants. We have cloned a hexokinase gene, PpHXK1, in the moss Physcomitrella patens where gene function can be studied directly by gene targeting. PpHxk1 is a novel type of chloroplast stromal hexokinase that differs from previously studied membrane-bound plant hexokinases. Enzyme assays on a knock-out mutant revealed that PpHxk1 is the major glucose-phosphorylating enzyme in Physcomitrella, accounting for 80% of the total activity in protonemal tissue. The mutant is deficient in the response to glucose, which in wild type moss induces the formation of caulonemal filaments that protrude from the edge of the colony. Growth on glucose in the dark is strongly reduced in the mutant. Sequence data suggest that most plants including Physcomitrella and Arabidopsis have both chloroplast-imported hexokinases similar to PpHxk1 and traditional membrane-bound hexokinases. We propose that the two types of plant hexokinases have distinct physiological roles.  (+info)

Buoyancy-driven flow in a peat moss layer as a mechanism for solute transport. (6/121)

Transport of nutrients, CO2, methane, and oxygen plays an important ecological role at the surface of wetland ecosystems. A possibly important transport mechanism in a water-saturated peat moss layer (usually Sphagnum cuspidatum) is nocturnal buoyancy flow, the downward flow of relatively cold surface water, and the upward flow of warm water induced by nocturnal cooling. Mathematical stability analysis showed that buoyancy flow occurs in a cooling porous layer if the system's Rayleigh number (Ra) exceeds 25. For a temperature difference of 10 K between day and night, a typical Ra value for a peat moss layer is 80, which leads to quickly developing buoyancy cells. Numerical simulation demonstrated that fluid flow leads to a considerable mixing of water. Temperature measurements in a cylindrical peat sample of 50-cm height and 35-cm diameter were in agreement with the theoretical results. The nocturnal flow and the associated mixing of the water represent a mechanism for solute transport in water-saturated parts of peat land and in other types of terrestrializing vegetation. This mechanism may be particularly important in continental wetlands, where Ra values in summer are often much larger than the threshold for fluid flow.  (+info)

Gamma-tubulin in basal land plants: characterization, localization, and implication in the evolution of acentriolar microtubule organizing centers. (7/121)

Although seed plants have gamma-tubulin, a ubiquitous component of centrosomes associated with microtubule nucleation in algal and animal cells, they do not have discrete microtubule organizing centers (MTOCs) comparable to animal centrosomes, and the organization of microtubule arrays in plants has remained enigmatic. Spindle development in basal land plants has revealed a surprising variety of MTOCs that may represent milestones in the evolution of the typical diffuse acentrosomal plant spindle. We have isolated and characterized the gamma-tubulin gene from a liverwort, one of the extant basal land plants. Sequence similarity to the gamma-tubulin gene of higher plants suggests that the gamma-tubulin gene is highly conserved in land plants. The G9 antibody to fission yeast gamma-tubulin recognized a single band of 55 kD in immunoblots from bryophytes. Immunohistochemistry with the G9 antibody clearly documented the association of gamma-tubulin with various MTOC sites in basal land plants (e.g., discrete centrosomes with and without centrioles and the plastid surface in monoplastidic meiosis of bryophytes). Changes in the distribution of gamma-tubulin occur in a cell cycle-specific manner during monoplastidic meiosis in the liverwort Dumortiera hirsuta. gamma-Tubulin changes its localization from the plastid surface in prophase I to the spindle, from the spindle to phragmoplasts and the nuclear envelope in telophase I, and back to the plastid surfaces in prophase II. In vitro experiments show that gamma-tubulin is detectable on the surface of isolated plastids and nuclei of D. hirsuta, and microtubules can be repolymerized from the isolated plastids. gamma-Tubulin localization patterns on plastid and nuclear surfaces are not affected by the destruction of microtubules by oryzalin. We conclude that gamma-tubulin is a highly conserved protein associated with microtubule nucleation in basal land plants and that it has a cell cycle-dependent distribution essential for the orderly succession of microtubule arrays.  (+info)

Occurrence of the primary cell wall polysaccharide rhamnogalacturonan II in pteridophytes, lycophytes, and bryophytes. Implications for the evolution of vascular plants. (8/121)

Borate ester cross-linking of the cell wall pectic polysaccharide rhamnogalacturonan II (RG-II) is required for the growth and development of angiosperms and gymnosperms. Here, we report that the amounts of borate cross-linked RG-II present in the sporophyte primary walls of members of the most primitive extant vascular plant groups (Lycopsida, Filicopsida, Equisetopsida, and Psilopsida) are comparable with the amounts of RG-II in the primary walls of angiosperms. By contrast, the gametophyte generation of members of the avascular bryophytes (Bryopsida, Hepaticopsida, and Anthocerotopsida) have primary walls that contain small amounts (approximately 1% of the amounts of RG-II present in angiosperm walls) of an RG-II-like polysaccharide. The glycosyl sequence of RG-II is conserved in vascular plants, but these RG-IIs are not identical because the non-reducing L-rhamnosyl residue present on the aceric acid-containing side chain of RG-II of all previously studied plants is replaced by a 3-O-methyl rhamnosyl residue in the RG-IIs isolated from Lycopodium tristachyum, Ceratopteris thalictroides, Platycerium bifurcatum, and Psilotum nudum. Our data indicate that the amount of RG-II incorporated into the walls of plants increased during the evolution of vascular plants from their bryophyte-like ancestors. Thus, the acquisition of a boron-dependent growth habit may be correlated with the ability of vascular plants to maintain upright growth and to form lignified secondary walls. The conserved structures of pteridophyte, lycophyte, and angiosperm RG-IIs suggests that the genes and proteins responsible for the biosynthesis of this polysaccharide appeared early in land plant evolution and that RG-II has a fundamental role in wall structure.  (+info)

'Bryophyta' is the formal scientific name for a division of non-vascular plants that includes mosses. These plants are small, typically range in size from a few millimeters to a few centimeters, and lack true roots, stems, and leaves. They have simple reproductive structures and obtain water and nutrients directly from the environment through their body surfaces. Mosses are an important part of many ecosystems, particularly in damp or shaded habitats, where they play a role in soil stabilization, nutrient cycling, and water retention.

Look up Bryophyta in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Bryophyta may refer to: Mosses - Bryophyta in the strict sense; a ... specific group of leafy nonvascular plants, now regarded as Division Bryophyta Bryophytes - Bryophyta in the broad sense; a ... This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Bryophyta. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to ... group of plants regarded as a single division by some, but further split into: mosses (Bryophyta) hornworts (Anthocerotophyta) ...
More recently, mosses have been grouped with the liverworts and hornworts in the division Bryophyta (bryophytes, or Bryophyta ... ISBN 0-87071-499-6. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bryophyta. Wikispecies has information related to Bryophyta. Look up ... The mosses, (Bryophyta sensu stricto), are divided into eight classes: Six of the eight classes contain only one or two genera ... Bryophyta (sensu lato, Schimp. 1879) may also refer to the parent group bryophytes, which comprise liverworts, mosses, and ...
1. Bryophyta (4th ed.). Allahabad: Central Book Depot. Lacey, William S. (1979). "Bryophyta". In Rhodes W. Fairbridge; David ... Jovet-Ast, S. (1967). "Bryophyta". In E. Boureau; et al. (eds.). Traité de Paléobotanique. Vol. 2. Paris: Masson et Cie. pp. 17 ... ISBN 0-87933-185-2. Stewart, Wilson N.; Gar W. Rothwell (1993). "How the land turned green: Bryophyta". Paleobotany and the ... ISBN 0-13-651589-4. Walton, J. (1925). "Carboniferous Bryophyta. I. Hepaticae". Annals of Botany. 39 (3): 563-572. doi:10.1093/ ...
Bryophyta). Part 1 of 3, synopsis and simplified concepts" (PDF). Phytoneuron. 2014 (78): 1-7. Retrieved 4 January 2015. Zander ... Bryophyta). Part 3 of 3, analysis" (PDF). Phytoneuron. 2014 (80): 1-19. Retrieved 4 January 2015. Zander R. H. 2018. ... Bryophyta). Part 2 of 3, concepts" (PDF). Phytoneuron. 2014 (79): 1-23. Retrieved 4 January 2015. Zander, Richard (2014). " ... Macroevolutionary Systematics of Streptotrichaceae of the Bryophyta and Application to Ecosystem Thermodynamic Stability. ...
"Bryophyta" was first suggested by Braun in 1864. As early as 1879, the term Bryophyta was used by German bryologist Wilhelm ... p. 3. ISBN 978-0-511-54013-4. Schimper, W.P. (1879). "Bryophyta". In Zittel, K.A. (ed.). Handbuch der Palaeontologie. Vol. 2. R ... In the strict sense, Bryophyta consists of the mosses only. Bryophytes are characteristically limited in size and prefer moist ... Watson uses the "oecy" terms rather than the "oicy" terms.) "Phylum Bryophyta - Hierarchy". Taxonomicon. de Sousa, Filipe; et ...
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Jensen, C.; Bryophyta. pp. 120-184. Jensen, C.; Phyto-geographical studies based upon the Bryophyta. Pp. 185-197. Børgesen, F ...
Bryophyta). Berkeley, California, United States: University of California, Berkeley. p. 2003. Clement, Peter; Hathway, Ren ( ...
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Part 1; Bryophyta, Sphenophyta. Proc. Linn. Soc. NSW. 122, 43-68. 2000 - Equisetalean Plant Remains from the Early to Middle ...
I. Bryophyta". Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 95 (1): 1-16. JSTOR 24333259. Mishler, Brent D.; Miller, ... quaternary paleobotany and paleoecology and the tertiary and quaternary history of the bryophyta. His field work in these areas ...
2. Bryophyta. 3. Pteridophyta. 4. Gymnospermae. The standard author abbreviation Casp. is used to indicate this person as the ... 2. Bryophyta. 3. Pteridophyta. 4. Gymnospermae. (Part of the series, Preußische Geologische Landesanstalt; Abhandlungen der ...
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Thallophyta und Bryophyta". Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften (in German). 83: 162. Hale, Mason E. ( ...
Thallophyta und Bryophyta". Denkschriften der Akademie der Wissenschaften (Wien) Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Klasse (in ...
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1856 Goffinet, B.; Buck, W.R. "Classification of extant moss genera". Classification of the Bryophyta. Retrieved 1 May 2020. ... Cryphaeaceae is a family of mosses (Bryophyta). Tha family Cryphaeaceae contains the following genera: Cryphaea D. Mohr ...
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Classification of the Bryophyta. Retrieved 1 May 2020. "Plagiobryum Lindb". Tropicos. Retrieved 1 May 2020. "Roellobryon R. ... "Morphology and Classification of the Bryophyta". In Goffinet, B.; Shaw, J. (eds.). Bryophyte Biology (2nd ed.). New York: ...
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Goffinet, B.; Buck, W. R.; Shaw, A. J. (2008). "Morphology and Classification of the Bryophyta". In Goffinet, B.; Shaw, J. (eds ... ISBN 978-0-521-87225-6. Goffinet, B.; Buck, W.R. "Classification of extant moss genera". Classification of the Bryophyta. ... Bryophyta)". Plant Systematics and Evolution. 303 (10): 1383-1397. doi:10.1007/s00606-017-1459-y. ISSN 0378-2697. v t e ( ...
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Phylogenetically, we treat Bryophyta as Moss , Quercus.. A word about terminology. "Bryophyta" was formerly used, and is still ... Credits: the Phylum Bryophyta page quoted above is part of Land Plants On Line, the product of Dan Nickrent and Karen Renzaglia ... Bryophyta - 1. Abbreviated Dendrogram. Chlorobionta ├─Chlorophyta └─Charophyta ├─(various green algae) └─Embryophyta ├─ ... The following description of the structure and function of the antheridium from Phylum Bryophyta is better than anything we ...
Bryophyta sp. DNAS-5CA-9G78 *Bryophyta sp. DNAS-5CB-9G79 *Bryophyta sp. DNAS-5CC-9G7A *Bryophyta sp. DNAS-5CD-9G7B *Bryophyta ... Bryophyta sp. OPC-2018 *environmental samples *Bryophyta environmental sample Disclaimer: The NCBI taxonomy database is not an ... Bryophyta (mosses) Click on organism name to get more information. *Andreaeobryophytina *Andreaeobryopsida *Andreaeobryales * ...
Rank Soul Wars Zeal Rifts closed Abyssal Sire Alchemical Hydra Artio Barrows Chests Bryophyta Callisto Calvarion Cerberus ...
Rank Soul Wars Zeal Rifts closed Abyssal Sire Alchemical Hydra Artio Barrows Chests Bryophyta Callisto Calvarion Cerberus ...
"Bryophyta" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject ... This graph shows the total number of publications written about "Bryophyta" by people in this website by year, and whether " ... Bryophyta contains the subdivision, Musci, which contains the classes: Andreaeopsida, BRYOPSIDA, and SPHAGNOPSIDA. ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Bryophyta" by people in Profiles. ...
Bryophyta. (Encyclopedia)Bryophyta brīˈəfīˌtə, brīˌəfīˈtə, division of green land plants that includes the mosses (class ... Mosses and liverworts together comprise the division Bryophyta, primitive green land plants (see moss; plant); some of the ...
Bryophyta: Classification, Distribution & Characteristics. Alpona Akter Cryptogams, Lead 2 Comments 9,455 Views ... bryophyta grows tree trucks, rocks and in moist area of soil.. *Bryophytes are the only embryophytes whose life history ... Bryophyta is a division of non-flowering plants or embryophytes (land plants) characterized by rhizoids rather than true roots ... Home/Cryptogams/Bryophyta: Classification, Distribution & Characteristics. Sporophytes of moss containing capsules are attached ...
How many plants belongs to Bryophyta? Selaginella, Isoetes, Riccia, Salvinia, Marchantia, Azolla, Lycopodium, Funaria. A. 3 ... Step by step video, text & image solution for How many plants belongs to Bryophyta? Selaginella, Isoetes, Riccia, Salvinia, ...
... https://doi.org/10.15407/ukrbotj77.04.305 · ... On the taxonomy of Myurella - Platydictya complex (Plagiotheciaceae, Bryophyta). Arctoa, 20: 239-246. https://doi.org/10.15298/ ...
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Weisiopsis nigeriana (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) new to Australia, with perennating rhizoids. Richard H Zander ...
François Bonte and Pierre Boudier "Sarmentypnum tundrae (Calliergonaceae, Bryophyta), Espèce Nouvelle Pour la France et la ... François Bonte, Pierre Boudier "Sarmentypnum tundrae (Calliergonaceae, Bryophyta), Espèce Nouvelle Pour la France et la Chaîne ... Sarmentypnum tundrae (Calliergonaceae, Bryophyta), Espèce Nouvelle Pour la France et la Chaîne des Alpes. ...
Goffinet et al.: Domain: Eukaryota • Regnum: Plantae • Phylum: Bryophyta • Classis: Sphagnopsida Schimp. ... Klasse der Abteilung Bryophyta; lehtisammalliin kuuluva sammalluokka, johon kuuluu vain rahkasammalten (Sphagnum) suku; class ...
Other articles where Notothyladales is discussed: bryophyte: Annotated classification: Order Notothyladales Consists of a single family and about 5 genera, including Notothylas. Order Phymatocerotales Consists of a single family and a single genus (Phymatoceros) with 2 species. Division Bryophyta (mosses
Molecular data do not support the current division of Orthotrichum (Bryophyta) species with immersed stomata 1Jakub SAWICKI* 2 ... Molecular data do not support the current division of Orthotrichum (Bryophyta) species with immersed stomata[J]. J Syst Evol, ... Phylogeny and classification of the Sematophyllaceae s.l. (Hypnales, Bryophyta) [J]. J Syst Evol, 2021, 59(3): 524-540. ...
Phytogeography of the Bryophyta. - In: Schuster, R. M. (ed.), New manual of Bryology, vol. 1. - Hattori Bot. Lab. Google ... Molecular variation and speciation in Antitrichia curtipendula s.l. (Leucodontaceae, Bryophyta). - Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 156: 341- ... Taxonomy of Struckia (Plagiotheciaceae, Bryophyta) based on morphological and molecular data. Chenia - 9: 117-125. Google ...
Erz b erger, P., Németh, Cs., Sauer, M., Nagy, J. & Papp, B. (2020): Plagiothecium platyphyllum (Bryophyta), a rare species in ... Heterocladium dimorphum (Heterocladiaceae, Bryophyta) - an old element of the Hungarian bryophyte flora rediscovered ... The Didymodon tophaceus Complex (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) Revisited: New Data Support the Subspecific Rank of Currently ...
Check list of the Bryophyta of South Africa.‎ ‎1927 (2nd ed.) 32 p., original printed boards (with a few stains on inner ...
Combined LM and SEM study of the Middle Miocene (Sarmatian) palynoflora from the Lavanttal Basin, Austria: Part I. Bryophyta, ... Combined LM and SEM study of the Middle Miocene (Sarmatian) palynoflora from the Lavanttal Basin, Austria: Part I. Bryophyta, ... The palynoflora comprises at least 17 different kinds of spores, representing the Bryophyta (Sphagnum), Lycopodiophyta ( ...
Contributions to Bryophyta and Marchantiophyta 9. Memoranda Societatis Pro Fauna Et Flora Fennica, 98. Noudettu osoitteesta ... Contributions to Bryophyta and Marchantiophyta 9 Kirjoittajat. * Kati Pihlaja University of Turku ... Six species of mosses (Bryophyta: Brachythecium udum, Lewinskya fastigiata, L. elegans, Polytrichastrum altaicum, P. ...
Bryophyta class Bryopsida order Bartramiales family Bartramiaceae genus Philonotis species Philonotis scabrifolia Name. ...
Divisio: Bryophyta Classis: Bryopsida Subclassis: Bryidae Superordo: Hypnanae Ordo: Hypnales Familia: Entodontaceae Genera: ...
Divisio: Bryophyta Classis: Bryopsida Subclassis: Bryidae Superordo: Bryanae Ordo: Splachnales Familiae: Meesiaceae - ...
4) Phylum Bryophyta. (5) Phylum Pteridophyta. (6) Phylum Gymnospermae. (7) Phylum Anglospermae. 4. Index of Genera and Species ...
The sampling of Macrophytes was performed through the application of the sampling and analysis protocol for Macrophytes (INAG 2008) developed to assess the biological quality of rivers within the scope of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) application. Inventories were carried out at the selected locations in the shortest possible time, to increase the comparability of the results. The field inventory was based on the percentage coverage of each species in relation to the total area sampled (limited by the river corridor, defined by the limit of ordinary floods). The work was carried out along the watercourse, including submerged and emerged beds and embankments. The allocation of the surface cover of each species was determined by imagining the individuals of each taxon grouped in the same area, at one end of the sampling section, in order to facilitate the estimation of the percentage area. More specifically, the vegetation was inventoried in discrete 100 m longitudinal units. Taxa of unknown ...
Bryophyta. * Family. Funariaceae. * All Determinations. Physcomitrium pyriforme (Hedw.) Hampe. Physcomitrium turbinatum var. ...
Bryophyta. * Family. Ephemeraceae. * All Determinations. Micromitrium megalosporum Austin. Note: This specimen was formerly ...
  • a group of plants regarded as a single division by some, but further split into: mosses (Bryophyta) hornworts (Anthocerotophyta) liverworts (Marchantiophyta) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Bryophyta. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bryophyta" was formerly used, and is still used by many to include the liverworts and hornworts, as well as the mosses. (palaeos.com)
  • (Encyclopedia) Bryophyta brīˈəfīˌtə, brīˌəfīˈtə, division of green land plants that includes the mosses (class Bryopsida), the liverworts (Marchantiopsida), and the hornworts (Anthocerotopsida). (factmonster.com)
  • The palynoflora comprises at least 17 different kinds of spores, representing the Bryophyta (Sphagnum), Lycopodiophyta (Lycopodium, Selaginella), and the Pteridophyta (Dryopteris, Osmunda, Pteris), about 20 different pollen types of conifers assignable to Cupressaceae and Pinaceae, and 130-160 different kinds of angiosperm pollen. (fridgeirgrimsson.com)
  • Bryophyta is a division of non-flowering plants or embryophytes (land plants) characterized by rhizoids rather than true roots and having little or no organized vascular tissue and showing distinct alternation of generations: gamete bearing forms and spore bearing forms. (plantlet.org)
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  • Step by step video, text & image solution for How many plants belongs to Bryophyta? (doubtnut.com)
  • Aponte, R.A. & Uribe, M.J. (2017) Revisión de la familia Polytrichaceae (Bryophyta) para Colombia. (mapress.com)
  • Bell, N.E. & Hyvönen, J. (2010a) Phylogeny of the moss class Polytrichopsida (Bryophyta): generic level structure and incongruent gene trees. (mapress.com)
  • A taxonomic revision of the Racomitrium heterostichum group (Bryophyta, Grimmiales). (berkeley.edu)
  • The Division is called Bryophyta and the members of the division are known as bryophytes. (plantlet.org)
  • Here, we investigated the level of endoreduplication in Ceratodon (Bryophyta), which includes the model organism Ceratodon purpureus. (bvsalud.org)
  • On the taxonomy of Myurella - Platydictya complex (Plagiotheciaceae, Bryophyta). (dntb.gov.ua)
  • Below are the most recent publications written about "Bryophyta" by people in Profiles. (rush.edu)
  • According to Campbell, Smith, Takhtajan and others bryophyta has been divided into three classes- Hepaticae, Anthocerotae and Musci. (plantlet.org)
  • La división Bryophyta contiene la subdivisión Musci, que comprende las clases: Andreaeopsida, BRYOPSIDA y SPHAGNOPSIDA. (bvsalud.org)
  • El género Braunia (Hedwigiaceae, Musci) en Tucumán. (ucm.es)
  • Development Of Sporophyte In Bryophyta BSc Botany Notes Development Of Sporophyte In Bryophyta BSc Botany Notes :- All type of Notes have been made available on our Site Dreamtopper.in PDF Study Material Question Answer Paper Previous Questions Unit wise Chapter -wise Syllabus of the content. (dreamtopper.in)
  • Bryophyta is the formal term for this division of plants who do not have tissues to move water. (kiddle.co)