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Lejeuneaceae: Ptychantheae, Brachiolejeuneae
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Species richness and habitat diversification of bryophytes in submontane rain forest and fallows of Bolivia
An analysis of corticolous bryophyte diversity on whole trees in primary rain forest and 4-15-y-old fallows at 500-650 m in the Alto Beni, Bolivia, showed a significantly decreased diversity ofExpand
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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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Diversity and habitat differentiation of mosses and liverworts in the cloud forest of. Monteverde, Costa Rica
An inventory of the understory and canopy of 4 ha oflower montane cloud forest at Monteverde, Costa Rica, yielded 190 bryophyte species: 133 hepatics, 56 mosses and 1 homwort. Thick branches of theExpand
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Mosses of Eastern North America
IntroductionVOLUME 1Class SphagnopsidaClass AndreaeopsidaBryopsidaSubclass ArchidiidaeSubclass BryidaeOrder FissidentalesOrder ByroxiphialesOrder SchistostegalesOrder DicranalesOrder PottialesOrderExpand
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Inhaled Fluticasone Causes Iatrogenic Cushing’s Syndrome in Patients Treated with Ritonavir
Introduction: Ritonavir, a protease inhibitor (PI), is commonly used in the treatment of HIV-1 infection. It is a potent inhibitor of the hepatic cytochrome P450 superfamily. Therefore, its usageExpand
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Biogeography of Plagiochila (Hepaticae): natural species groups span several floristic kingdoms
Aim This paper presents a synthesis of our recent results regarding the biogeography of Plagiochila using a molecular approach, and documents intercontinental ranges within this largest genus of theExpand
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Threatened bryophytes of the neotropical rain forest: a status report
Tropical deforestation, inevitably, leads to the local loss of bryophyte species. Recent studies show that the degree of species loss may vary considerably and depends on the scale or amount ofExpand
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