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New national and regional bryophyte records, 15
1. Anomobryum julaceum (P.Gaertn., B.Mey. & Scherb.) Schimp. Contributors: H. Bednarek-Ochyra and R. Ochyra Îles Crozet: ÎLE DE LA POSSESSION: beginning of southern tributary of the river leading toExpand
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Contributions to the bryophyte flora of Turkey
In this study, the 227 bryophyte specimens, collected from different localities in various provinces of Turkey, were identified and a total of 98 taxa (10 liverworts and 88 mosses) belonging to 34Expand
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Türkiye İçin Yeni Bir Epifitik Biryofit Birliği (Anomodontetum attenuati)
The epiphytic Anomodontetum attenuati association have been first identified from beech forests (Fagus orientalis) in Europe (Romania). With this study, the same association is newly reported forExpand
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The Succession, Habitat Affinity, and Life-forms of Epiphytic Bryophytes in the Turkish Oak (Quercus cerris) Forests on Mount Musa
We studied the epiphytic bryophytes in the deciduous Quercus cerris forests on Mount Musa in the southern part of the Amanos Mountain Range. An Index of Ecological Significance (IES) was used toExpand
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Scapania gracilis Lindb. (Hepaticae, Scapaniaceae), new to bryophyte flora of Turkey
Scapania gracilis Lindb. is a hygro- to mesophytic liverwort species which is reported for the first time from Turkey. The species is described from material collected from the north-west AnatoliaExpand
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Dicranum spurium has been recorded for the first time in Croatia. In neighbouring countries it is known from Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro (Cortini Pedrotti, 1992 ;Expand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 33
ub lis he d by M an ey P ub lis hi ng ( c) B rit is h B ry ol og ic al S oc ie ty Bryological Note New national and regional bryophyte records, 33 L T Ellis, H Bednarek-Ochyra, R Ochyra, B Cykowska,Expand
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Antifungal and antibacterial effects of some acrocarpic mosses
In this study, the antifungal and antibacterial effect of 6 different acrocarpous mosses were tested in vitro aganist 8 different microorganisms. For the extraction, ethyl alcohol, methyl alcohol,Expand
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