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Conocephalum salebrosum (Marchantiopsida, Conocephalaceae) – a new Holarctic liverwort species
Detailed analysis of 270 specimens of Conocephalum conicum (L.) Dumort., mainly from the POZW Herbarium revealed some diagnostic differences between two cryptic species originally detected on the
Genetic differentiation without concordant morphological divergence in the thallose liverwortConocephalum conicum
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Allozyme variation was examined at 33 enzyme loci for 96 populations from throughout the geographical range of Conocephalum conicum (L.)Dum, suggesting that this morphologically defined species is genetically heterogeneous.
Isozyme Polymorphism in Natural Populations of a Liverwort, PLAGIOCHILA ASPLENIOIDES.
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Marked variability in enzyme phenotypes was found both within and between populations, and the evolutionary implications are discussed in terms of the persistent haplophase and ephemeral diplophase of this organism.
Sphagnum-Polytrichum hummocks - a bryologically neglected plant formation
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An analysis of this flora showed that these hummocks form a kind of asylum for arctic alpine species, which are not infrequently restricted in their montane occurrence to this interesting plant formation.
The hybrid origin of the polyploid liverwort Pellia borealis
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Variation in the polyploid suggests at least three separate origins of P. borealis, suggesting that they are the parents of the allopolyploid.
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