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Gene transfer across species boundaries in bryophytes: evidence from major life cycle stages in Homalothecium lutescens and H. sericeum.
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The results demonstrate that admixed genomes are transferred between the generations, so that the populations behave as true hybrid zones, which has strong evolutionary implications. Expand
Life History Traits of the Liverwort Herbivore Scatopsciara cunicularius (Diptera: Sciaridae)
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It is shown that the sciarid fly is able to complete its life cycle with liverwort tissue as its only source of food, and the phenology of S. cunicularius is temperature dependent. Expand
Evolutionary History of the Marchantia polymorpha Complex
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The data suggest introgression but refute a previous hypothesis that subsp. Expand
Gene transfer by interspecific hybridization in bryophytes
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The study of Homalothecium shows that gametophytes from sympatric populations display intermediate morphology in a number of leaf characters, with the exception for leaf dimensions, which are strikingly smaller than those in allopatic populations. Expand
Ecology of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) in streams of northern and southern Thailand: factors associated with larval and pupal distributions.
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Ecological analyses revealed that water temperature, elevation, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and stream size were among the significant factors associated with the distributions of black flies in both regions of Thailand-the same factors associatedwith simuliid distributions in other areas of the world. Expand
Morphological characters and SNP markers suggest hybridization and introgression in sympatric populations of the pleurocarpous mosses Homalothecium lutescens and H. sericeum
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This study is one of the first detailed accounts of hybridization among pleurocarpous mosses, opening for future studies of gene transfer and introgression between bryophyte lineages and its role in local adaptation and long-term evolutionary diversification. Expand
The effect of ambient temperature on larvae of Scatopsciara cunicularius (Diptera: Sciaridae) feeding on the thallose liverwort Marchantia polymorpha
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Results indicate that the larvae of S. cunicularius are likely to be an effective means of controlling M. polymorpha, which is a common weed in plant nurseries and greenhouse cultures. Expand
Asian openbill stork Anastomus oscitans as a predator of the invasive alien gastropod Pomacea canaliculata in Thailand
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It was showed that the number of storks visiting the fields correlated with a decrease in snail abundance, which is probably more profitable for the birds, but keeps the P. canaliculata population ‘sustainable’. Expand
The herbivoral interaction between midge species, Scatopsciara cunicularius (Sciaridae: Diptera) and the thallose bryophyte, Marchantia polymorpha L.
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The results suggest that S. cunicularius is a promising future agent for biological control of Marchantia polymorpha in greenhouse cultures. Expand
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