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Ordinal Phylogeny within the Hypnobryalean Pleurocarpous Mosses Inferred from Cladistic Analyses of Three Chloroplast DNA Sequence Data Sets: trnL-F, rps4, and rbcL
Phylogenetic reconstructions based on molecular data emphasize the need for a re-examination of the taxonomic relevance of morphological characters and corroborate previous interpretations of sporophytic morphological similarities as multiple transitions to similar solutions to epiphytism among the pleurocarps.
Taxonomic Studies of Mosses of Seram and Ambon (Moluccas, East Malesia) Collected by Indonesian-Japanese Botanical Expeditions IV
Etude de la Flore de Seram, comprenant les familles suivantes: Sphagnaceae, Buxbaumiaceae, Diphysciaceae, Polytrichaceae, Leptostomataceae, Drepanophyllaceae, Sorapillaceae, Ptychomniaceae,…
Interpolation hypothesis for origin of the vegetative sporophyte of land plants
It is proposed that the entire bryophyte sporophyte is a footed sporangium (sporogonium) with or without a seta, and the seta is interpreted as a sporangial stalk and is not homologous to the stem of polysporangiate plants.
Molecular phylogeny of the Sematpohyllaceae (Hypnales, Musci) based on chloroplast rbcL sequences
How Hunter-Gatherers Have Learned to Hunt : Transmission of Hunting Methods and Techniques among the Central Kalahari San (Natural History of Communication among the Central Kalahari San)
In order to theorize about how hunting methods evolved around the time Neanderthals was being replaced by anatomically modern Homo sapiens (AMH), the hunting methods used by the San…
Allozyme variability within and among populations of the epiphytic moss Leucodon (Leucodontaceae: Musci)
- H. Akiyama
- Environmental Science
- 1 October 1994
A revised catalogue of mosses reported from Borneo
All updated checklist of mosses of the island Borneo is presented and one new combination is proposed: Fissidens crispulus Brid.
Studies on Leucodon(Leucodontaceae,Musci)and related genera in East Asia-4-Taxonomic revision of Leucodon in East Asia
- H. Akiyama
- 1 December 1988
The Climacium-type branch development in the Bartramiaceae and its taxonomic significance
The present study deals with the branch development pattern of each genus of the Bartramiaceae to know if the family is consistent in the feature, and it appears that all genera have the Climacium-type of branch development except Catoscopium.