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The Liverworts, Mosses and Ferns of Europe
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Neuroligin‐3‐deficient mice: model of a monogenic heritable form of autism with an olfactory deficit
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a frequent neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by variable clinical severity. Core symptoms are qualitatively impaired communication and social behavior,Expand
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Dicranaceae: Campylopodioideae, Paraleucobryoideae
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An altitudinal zonation of tropical rain forests using byrophytes
Recent studies on the cover, phytomass and turnover of bryophytes in tropical rain forests along altitudinal transects in the high mountains of Columbia, Peru, Borneo and Papua New Guinea reveal theExpand
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MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF THE CHLOROPLAST TRNL-F REGION IN LAND PLANTS 1
The trnL group I intron and the intergenic spacer between trnL and trnF are among the most widely utilized noncoding DNA regions in plant systematics. The trnL-F region is probably cotranscribed andExpand
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Global moss diversity: spatial and taxonomic patterns of species richness
Abstract We have analysed the global patterns of moss species diversity based on a dataset created from checklists, online databases, and herbarium records. We collected more than 100 000Expand
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Manual of Tropical Bryology
It is still a fact that most bryologists per area are found in the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere, who have spent up to 200 years (as in Europe) in the exploration of their bryoflorasExpand
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Afrikanische Campylopus-Arten (Dicranaceae, Musci)
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Common but new: Bartramia rosamrosiae , a “new” widespread species of apple mosses (Bartramiales, Bryophytina) from the Mediterranean and western North America
Recent phylogenetic analyses challenged the traditional generic concept of the Bartramiaceae (apple mosses), especially with regard to the largest genus Bartramia . Although molecular analysesExpand
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