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Size doesn´t matter—recircumscription of Microlejeunea (Lejeuneaceae, Porellales) based on molecular and morphological evidence
Phylogenetic analyses of a three marker dataset of Lejeuneaceae (chloroplast genome rbc L gene and trn L-F region, and nuclear ribosomal ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region) resolve the “ Lejeunea complex” inExpand
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Tramps, narrow endemics and morphologically cryptic species in the epiphyllous liverwort Diplasiolejeunea.
Diplasiolejeunea is a pantropical, epiphytic genus of leafy liverworts that occurs from the lowlands to more than 4000m altitude. Phylogenetic analyses of a molecular dataset consisting of threeExpand
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Q-RRBS: a quantitative reduced representation bisulfite sequencing method for single-cell methylome analyses
Reduced representation bisulfite sequencing (RRBS) is a powerful method of DNA methylome profiling that can be applied to single cells. However, no previous report has described how PCR-basedExpand
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Molecular Phylogeny of the Leafy Liverwort Lejeunea (Porellales): Evidence for a Neotropical Origin, Uneven Distribution of Sexual Systems and Insufficient Taxonomy
Background Lejeunea is a largely epiphytic, subcosmopolitan liverwort genus with a complex taxonomic history. Species circumscriptions and their relationships are subject to controversy;Expand
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A 150 year-old mystery solved: Transfer of the rheophytic endemic liverwort Myriocolea irrorata to Colura
Myriocolea irrorata is an endemic rheophytic liverwort known from a few localities in the Eastern Andes of Ecuador. Morphologically it belongs to the Cololejeunea-Tuyamaella clade of Lejeuneaceae,Expand
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Litterbag decomposition of residues from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) rice hybrids and the parental lines under multiple field conditions
PurposeThe cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops has raised environmental concerns, since large amounts of plant materials remain in the field after harvesting. Specific proteins of GM cropsExpand
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Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of Anthoceros angustus: conservative evolution of the mitogenomes in hornworts
Abstract The architecture and composition of the mitochondrial genome of bryophytes is currently considered much more stable and invariant than that of vascular plants. For example, liverworts andExpand
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No effect of transgene and strong wild parent effects on seed dormancy in crop–wild hybrids of rice: implications for transgene persistence in wild populations
Soil seed banks act as a gene pool for local plant species and, as such, can buffer local populations, especially those experiencing challenging environmental conditions. Seed dormancy has importantExpand
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The Bromeliaceae tank dweller Bromeliophila (Lejeuneaceae, Porellales) is a member of the Cyclolejeunea-Prionolejeunea clade
The Neotropical genus Bromeliophila includes two species that grow exclusively in the water-filled leaf axils of Bromeliaceae. Phylogenetic analyses of a three marker dataset (chloroplast genome rbcLExpand
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Persistence of transgenes in wild rice populations depends on the interaction between genetic background of recipients and environmental conditions
The persistence of transgenes in wild populations may cause unintended ecological consequences, and the possibility of transgenes' persistence and introgression is dependent on fitness performance ofExpand
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