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Genera of the Pottiaceae: Mosses of Harsh Environments
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A PHYLOGRAMMATIC EVOLUTIONARY ANALYSIS OF THE MOSS GENUS DIDYMODON IN NORTH AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO
A key is presented for the 22 known species of Didymodon (Musci) in North America north of Mexico, with taxonomic commentaries for each. A phylogram combining PCA ordination and a cladogram showsExpand
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The genera Didymodon and Bryoerythrophyllum (Pottiaceae) in Antarctica
Abstract The genera Didymodon and Bryoerythrophyllum are reviewed for Antarctica, where they are each represented by a single species, viz. D. brachyphyllus (Sull.) R.H.Zander and B. recurvirostrumExpand
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The Tribe Pleuroweisieae (Pottiaceae, Musci) in Middle America
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Revision of the Genus Leptodontium (Musci) in the New World1
Nineteen species of Leptodontium are recognized for the New World. The genus is divided into four sections, including two new species. Critical characters of taxonomic importance, such as stem andExpand
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CLASSICAL DETERMINATION OF MONOPHYLY, EXEMPLIFIED WITH DIDYMODON S. LAT. (BRYOPHYTA). PART 2 OF 3, CONCEPTS
The shared ancestral and serial transformative evol utionary relationships of the Didymodon s. lat. (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) group of mosses is inv estigated. Decibans are used as coarse likelihoodsExpand
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The Pottiaceae s.str. as an evolutionary lazarus taxon (Papers to Commemorate the 100th Issue of the Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory) -- (Bryology)
Genomic studies have shown that evolution can be based on clusters of genes that may be silenced and reactivated by regulator genes or promoter sequences. Thus, apparent phylogenetic homoplasy mayExpand
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Antipodal Mosses: XVIII. Syntrichia christophei (Pottiaceae), a New Species from Subantarctic Îles Kerguelen
Abstract Syntrichia christophei Ochyra et R.H. Zander is new to science from Îles Kerguelen in the Subantarctic. The species is described and illustrated and its affinities are discussed. It isExpand
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Barbula amplexifolia from the Altai Mountains of Russia
Barbula amplexifolia (Mitt.) Jaeg. is reported from the Altai Mountains of southern Siberia as new to Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, and is found to be distin- guishable from theExpand
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