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World checklist of hornworts and liverworts
Abstract A working checklist of accepted taxa worldwide is vital in achieving the goal of developing an online flora of all known plants by 2020 as part of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation.Expand
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British Bryological Society Expedition to Mulanje Mountain, Malawi. 14. Allisoniaceae, Arnelliaceae, Aytoniaceae, Geocalycaceae, Gymnomitriaceae, Pallaviciniaceae (Hepaticae)
Abstract The families Allisoniaceae, Arnelliaceae, Aytoniaceae, Geocalycaceae, Gymnomitriaceae and Pallaviciniaceae are reviewed for Malawi, with particular reference to collections made during theExpand
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Bryophytes of Uganda. 2. New and interesting records
51 hepatics and 46 mosses are reported new to Uganda, including one moss new to Africa, one hepatic and two mosses new to mainland Africa, and 2 hepatics that are otherwise known only from their typeExpand
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Effects of temperature, oxygen tension and relative humidity on the wound-healing process in the potato tuber
SummaryThe rate of healing was shown to increase approximately three-fold between 5 and 10°C, and threefold between 10 and 20°C. Oxygen partial pressures lower than, and CO2 partial pressures higherExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 42
New national and regional bryophyte records, 42 L. T. Ellis, M. Aleffi, V. A. Bakalin, H. Bednarek-Ochyra, A. Bergamini, P. Beveridge, S. S. Choi, V. E. Fedosov, R. Gabriel, M. T. Gallego, S.Expand
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The application to the British flora of the World Conservation Union's revised red list criteria and the significance of red lists for species conservation
The revised system for assessing the threat status of species, published by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) in 1994, has been applied to a range of taxonomic groups in Britain. Using thisExpand
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Bryophytes of St Helena, South Atlantic Ocean. 2. Lejeunea sanctaehelenae sp. nov. (Jungermanniales, Lejeuneaceae), an unusual species with a hooded lobule
Abstract A new species of Lejeunea (Lejeuneaceae) with a hooded lobule, L. sanctae-helenae M. Wigginton, is described and illustrated from St Helena, South Atlantic Ocean. Details of its distributionExpand
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