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Studies on the moss family Brachytheciaceae with special referenceto the genus Brachythecium
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Of OTUs detected overall, OTUs could be detected in both liverwort and moss species. Thirty-one special OTUs were only detected in liverworts, while only 19 special OTUs were found in mosses. In addition, the OTU number was varied from (Hypnum plumaeforme, TM2_X) to (Jungermannia parviperiantha, GL10_T) in different samples. Sanna Huttunen, Lars Hedenäs, Michael S. Ignatov, Nicolas Devos and Alain Vanderpoorten, Origin and evolution of the northern hemisphere disjunction in the moss genus Homalothecium (Brachytheciaceae), American Journal of Botany, 95, 6, (), ().
Hypnales Brachytheciaceae. Brachythecium OTUs could be detected in both liverwort and moss species. Thirty-one special OTUs were only detected in liverworts, while only 19 special OTUs were found in mosses. Further analysis the phylogenetic status of sample GL4_X and found that it was a species of genus Pogonatum, family. Brachythecium buchananii (Brachytheciaceae, Musci)—a new species for Uzbekistan. Arctoa. – Ignatov, M. S, and E. A Ignatova. , Flora mkhov srednei chasti evropeiskoi Rossii. Tom 2. Fontinalaceae–Amblystegiaceae: Arctoa. 11 (Supplement 2)– [Second and final volume of the moss flora of central European Russia.
B. Carter [Abstract] Intercontinental disjunction and cryptic species in the moss genus Scleropodium (Brachytheciaceae). Botany & Mycology , Abstract Book. Page Botanical Society of America. Snowbird, UT. Google Scholar. One-hundred and sixty-eight aqueous and organic extracts of 42 selected bryophyte species were screened in vitro for antiproliferative activity on a panel of human gynecological cancer cell lines containing HeLa (cervix epithelial adenocarcinoma), A (ovarian carcinoma), and T47D (invasive ductal breast carcinoma) cells using the 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazolyl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide.
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Studies on the moss family Brachytheciaceae with special reference to the genus Brachythecium. By Kai Wigh. Topics: Mossor Bryophyta. Year: Author: Kai Wigh.
Phylogeny and evolution of epiphytism in the three moss families Meteoriaceae, Brachytheciaceae, and Lembophyllaceae Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. In connection with studies in Brachytheciaceae for Flora of Australia, the following names are lectotypified: Brachythecium rivulare B., S.
& G., Hypnum convolutifolium Hampe (syn. of Scorpiurium. The moss genus Brachythecium (Brachytheciaceae) is taxonomically revised for the Mediterranean area, based on morphological information.
Fourteen species are recognised. All experiments were carried out using Brachythecium rutabulum (Hedw.) Schimp., a pleurocarpous moss in the family Brachytheciaceae. The species is common and has a wide habitat range from open to closed habitats, but is especially common on wood and rocks in deciduous by: Studies in the bryology of New Zealand, with special reference to the herbarium of Robert Brown.
Part II. New Zealand Institute Bulletin 3: Dixon, H. Miscellanea Journal of Botany Dixon, H. Studies in the bryology of New Zealand, with special reference to the herbarium of Robert Brown.
Part III. Two closely related tropical genera from the pleurocarpous moss family Neckeraceae are revised: the second largest genus in the family, Neckeropsis, currently with 29 species, and Himantocladium.
Moss paraphyllia, the trichome-like or foliose structures on moss stem surfaces, are usually treated as epidermal outgrowths. However, in some taxa of the moss families Leskeaceae, Neckeraceae, and Amblystegiaceae their distribution along the stem is consistently correlated with parts of the stem surface near branch primordia.
In other moss families, Climaciaceae, Hylocomiaceae, and. Introduction. The three lineages of bryophytes, mosses, liverworts, and hornworts, compose successful groups of early embryophytes. The mosses are estimated to include some 12 species (Crosby et al. ), the liverworts approximately – extant species (Crandall-Stotler & StotlerChapter 1, this volume), and the hornworts about – species (Chapter 3, this volume).
According to this, it was inferred that the family containing the utmost number of taxa within the study area was Pottiaceae family with 43 taxa, constituting the 28 % of the total taxa.
This situation can be explained by the summer droughts ( ºC and mm) within the study area which takes place in the C12 square grid. Introduction to Bryophytes - by Alain Vanderpoorten May The historical development of bryophyte studies in Thailand is reviewed.
Two historical periods are distinguished: the first period, –, during which collections were made and studies were carried out by foreign botanists/bryologists in the framework of expeditions and the Flora of Thailand project; and the second one, to the present day, in which bryophyte work has been done.
Biermann, R. & Daniels, F. () Changes in a lichen-rich dry sand grassland vegetation with special reference to lichen synusiae and Campylopus introflexus. Phytocoenologia, 27, – Billings, W. & Drew, W. () Bark factors affecting the distribution of. SHORT REPORT Open Access Comparative study of moss diversity in South Shetland Islands and in the Antarctic Peninsula Jair Putzke1,2, Camila G Athanásio2, Margéli Pereira de Albuquerque2, Filipe C Victoria2* and Antonio B Pereira2 Abstract Background: This paper presents a comparative study of moss diversity in three collection sites in the South Shetland.
The Antarctic Continent is the fifth larger continent in extension, with about millions of km is a continent of extremes, since it is the higher, colder, drier, strong winds and remote continent (Machado and Brito, ).In addition to these extreme climatic conditions, the UV-A and UV-B radiations are potential aspects affecting the structure and development of plants (Green et al.
Steinbrinck (), Lazarenko () and Ingold () further describe an active spore discharge by oscillatory or flicking movements of the outer peristome teeth occurring during the transition between the dry and wet state in a variety of genera, including Brachythecium (Brachytheciaceae).
These authors analyse the ontogenetic development. On the taxonomy, nomenclature and distribution of Brachythecium starkei (Brachytheciaceae, Musci) and related taxa. Ann.
Bot. Fennici Pollett, F.C. et W.J. Meades. Checklist of vascular and non-vascular specimens in the Canadian Forestry Herbarium, Newfoundland. Bryophytes (mosses, liverworts and hornworts) often produce high amounts of very long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (vl-PUFAs) including arachidonic acid (AA, Δ5,8,11,14) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, Δ5,8,11,14,17).
The presence of vl-PUFAs is common for marine organisms such as algae, but rarely found in higher plants. This could indicate that bryophytes did not. The m 2 that constituted our study area contains % of the moss species of Mexico (Delgadillo, ). Some studies report that epiphytic moss richness is higher in primary than in secondary forests (e.g.
Acebey et al., ; Drehwald, ). In general, our data followed this trend, in that the less disturbed forests fragments had more. The dominant family in the study area is Pottiaceae (48 taxa). Other families with the highest number of taxa are, respectively, Brachytheciaceae (21), Grimmiaceae (17), and Bryaceae (15).
The most species-rich genera recorded were Grimmia (9), Didymodon (9), Tortula (9), and Orthotrichum (9). Acrocarpous mosses constitute 65% and pleurocarpous. Abstract. The phylogenetic position and generic composition of the moss family Plagiotheciaceae were explored using DNA sequence data from three genomes: plastid trnL-F and rps4, mitochondrial nad5 intron and nuclear ITSS-ITS2.
Our phylogenetic analyses included 35 terminals from Plagiotheciaceae and 71 outgroup taxa from a representative set of hypnalean moss families.Introduction.
With approximately 13 species, the Bryophyta compose the second most diverse phylum of land plants. Mosses share with the Marchantiophyta and Anthocerotophyta a haplodiplobiontic life cycle that marks the shift from the haploid-dominated life cycle of the algal ancestors of embryophytes to the sporophyte-dominated life cycle of vascular plants.The genus Bryoandersonia is monotypic, and belongs to the large and variable moss family Brachytheciaceae (division Bryophyta, subdivision Musci, order Hypnales).
Description. Bryoandersonia illecebrais large and easily identified in the field. Full descriptions of this species are found in Robinson () and Crum and Anderson ().