Unusual archegonial distribution in a moss:Splachnobryum

@article{Chopra1967UnusualAD,
  title={Unusual archegonial distribution in a moss:Splachnobryum},
  author={Ranju Chopra and M. Lal and Aasia Rashid},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={1967},
  volume={54},
  pages={448}
}
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Recent literature on bryophytes — 121(3)

Moss flora of Central America, Part 4, Fabroniaceae–Polytrichaceae and the Missouri Botanical Garden 132: i–x, 1–830 is published.

on the Origin of Gametangia in Mosses

The study of abnormal gametangia and the developmental patterns of normal ones support the idea of Church (1919) that gametANGia are morphologically equivalent to small lateral ramuli.

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