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Phylogeny and systematics of the genus Lophozia s. str. (Dumort.) Dumort. (Hepaticae) and related taxa from nuclear ITS1-2 and chloroplast trnL-F sequences.
Nuclear ITS1-2 and chloroplast trnL-F were sequenced for 21 taxa of Lophozia s. str., two species of Protolophozia, five species of Schistochilopsis, three species of Barbilophozia and ObtusifoliumExpand
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Molecular insight on phylogeny and systematics of the Lophoziaceae, Scapaniaceae, Gymnomitriaceae and Jungermanniaceae
The aim of the study is an expanded molecular phylogenetic analysis of the Holarctic taxa traditionally classified to the families Lophoziaceae, Scapaniaceae, Gymnomitriaceae and Jungermanniaceae.Expand
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New combinations and new species of Solenostoma and Plectocolea (Solenostomataceae) from the Russian Far East
Abstract This study provides a molecular phylogeny of Solenostoma and Plectocolea based on trnL-F and trnG-intron cpDNA sequences of 25 species represented by multiple accessions from differentExpand
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JUBULA HUTCHINSIAE SUBSP. CAUCASICA SUBSP. NOV. (JUBULACEAE, MARCHANTIOPHYTA) - A NEW TAXON FROM THE WESTERN CAUCASUS JUBULA HUTCHINSIAE SUBSP. CAUCASICA SUBSP. NOV. (JUBULACEAE, MARCHANTIOPHYTA) -
Jubula hutchinsiae (Hook.) Dumort. subsp. caucasica Konstant. & Vilnet is described based on ITS1-2 nrDNA, trnL-F and trnG cpDNA sequences and some morphological differences. Detailed description ofExpand
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Taxonomical rearrangements of Solenostomataceae (Marchantiophyta) with description of a new family Endogemmataceae based on trnL-F cpDNA analysis
The results of trn L-F cpDNA analysis of the suborder Jungermanniineae allow to re-evaluate relations and taxonomy of the morphologically distinctive species Solenostoma caespiticium . A newExpand
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Notes on Early Land Plants Today. 14. Transfer of two Macrodiplophyllum species to Douinia (Scapaniaceae, Marchantiophyta)
Vilnet et al. (2011) demonstrated that the genus Macrodiplophyllum is heterogeneous. Two species, Macrodiplophyllum imbricatum and the type species Macrodiplophyllum plicatum group together withExpand
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A review of the genus Diplophyllum (Marchantiophyta) in North and East Asia with the description of a new species (D. sibiricum) based on integrative taxonomy
Diplophyllum sibiricum is described based on plants from North and East Asia. It somewhat resembles D. obtusifolium, from which it differs in coloration and highly protandrous paroecy, as well asExpand
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