Chromosome numbers in some Polish critical or rare Liverworts (Hepaticae)

@article{Chudziska2001ChromosomeNI,
  title={Chromosome numbers in some Polish critical or rare Liverworts (Hepaticae)},
  author={Ewa Chudzińska and Hanna Barczak and Jersy Szweykowski},
  journal={Cryptogamie Bryologie},
  year={2001},
  volume={22},
  pages={85-93}
}
Two ploidy levels of genetically delimited groups of the Calypogeia fissa complex (Jungermanniopsida, Calypogeiaceae)
TLDR
Flow cytometry results revealed that two of the detected groups of the European C. fissa, which are frequent in Poland (PS and PB), differ in ploidy level: the PS group is haploid, whereas the PB group is diploid.
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New distributional data on bryophytes of Poland and Slovakia, 10
This work presents a list of localities for the following species: Anomodon attenuatus, A. viticulosus, Dicranum viride, Gymnomitrion alpinum, Hedwigia ciliata, Homalia trichomanoides, Lophoziopsis

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