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Checklist of mosses of East Europe and North Asia
On Orthotrichum pellucidum and O. hallii in Russia
Temperature and pH define the realized niche space of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.
It was found that environmental and spatial variables jointly explained VT distribution worldwide, with temperature and pH being the most important abiotic drivers, and spatial effects generally occurring at local- to regional-scales.
Phylogenetic inference and peristome evolution in haplolepideous mosses, focusing on Pseudoditrichaceae and Ditrichaceae s. l .
The molecular analysis resolves Pseudoditrichum in a clade with Chrysoblastella chilensis (formerly Ditrichaceae) in the haplolepideous lineage and confirms the polyphyly of DItrichaceae is confirmed by molecular phylogenetic analysis.
A revision of the genus Seligeria (Seligeriaceae, Bryophyta) in Russia inferred from molecular data
Molecular phylogenetic analyses revealed heterogeneity within the specimens previously referred to Blindiadelphus campylopodus, indicating a presence in Asian Russia of an undescribed species that is described here as Blindi ADS sibiricus, which is accepted without any infrageneric taxa.
Orhotrichum holmenii Lewinsky-Haapasaari (Orthotrichaceae, Musci), a new species for Russian moss flora
RPS4 and NAD5 sequences indicate the polyphyly of ditrichaceae and parallelisms in the evolution of haplolepidous mosses
It was concluded that parallel lines of morphological variations in this group of mosses occur and its phylogeny needs to be resolved based on molecular data.
A miniature world in decline: European Red List of Mosses, Liverworts and Hornworts
AimThis Red List is a summary of the conservation status of the European species of mosses, liverworts and hornworts, collectively known as bryophytes, evaluated according to IUCN’s Guidelines for…