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The Liverworts, Mosses and Ferns of Europe
An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia
The moss flora of Europe and Macaronesia comprises 278 genera, 1292 species, 46 subspecies and 118 varieties, which is strongly influenced by results of modern molecular methods, but there are still many remaining uncertainties, even at family level.
An altitudinal zonation of tropical rain forests using byrophytes
Bryophytes are excellent climate indicators, are rather few in terms of species number, have very wide geographical ranges, and are a characteristic component of the structure of the tropical rain forest, they may be useful tools for the construction of a general scheme of the altitudinal zonation of tropical rain forests.
Alteration in cellular functions in mouse macrophages after exposure to 50 Hz magnetic fields
- J. Frahm, M. Lantow, M. Lupke, D. Weiss, M. Simkó
- BiologyJournal of cellular biochemistry
- 1 September 2006
The capacity of ELF‐EMF to stimulate physiological cell functions in mouse macrophages is demonstrated by the significantly elevated phagocytic activity, free radical release, and IL‐1β production suggesting the cell activation capacity ofELF‐ EMF in the absence of any genotoxic effects.
Nitrogen content, 15N natural abundance and biomass of the two pleurocarpous mosses Pleurozium schreberi (Brid.) Mitt. and Scleropodium purum (Hedw.) Limpr. in relation to atmospheric nitrogen…
Comparisons between the mossfloras of North America and Europe
ROS release and Hsp70 expression after exposure to 1,800 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic fields in primary human monocytes and lymphocytes
- M. Lantow, M. Lupke, J. Frahm, M. Mattsson, N. Kuster, M. Simkó
- BiologyRadiation and environmental biophysics
- 22 March 2006
The aim of this study is to investigate if 1,800 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) can induce reactive oxygen species (ROS) release and/or changes in heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70)…
Global moss diversity: spatial and taxonomic patterns of species richness
This dataset presents the first collection of moss species inventories with global coverage and could prove to be a valuable resource to aid taxonomic and systematic revisions or assessments of species and genera, by quickly and easily supplying an overview of the geographic distribution of a given taxon.
MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF THE CHLOROPLAST TRNL-F REGION IN LAND PLANTS 1
The contribution of CBCs to the total amount of phylogenetic signal is found to be less significant within terminal land plant lineages, such as pleurocarpous mosses or angiosperms, because helical elements are conserved in their primary sequence and variation is lower within these terminal lineages.