What do we know about hybridization among bryophytes in nature

@article{Natcheva2004WhatDW,
  title={What do we know about hybridization among bryophytes in nature},
  author={R. Natcheva and N. Cronberg},
  journal={Botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={82},
  pages={1687-1704}
}
Despite being recognized as a widespread and evolutionary important phenomenon among vascular plants, interspecific hybridization among bryophytes has been strongly underestimated. In the present review, we summarize knowledge about bryophyte hybrids that are found in nature. Mechanisms of reproductive isolation in bryophytes are compared with those in vascular plants. The morphological and genetic features of sporophytic hybrids and their gametophytic progeny are discussed, as well as some… Expand
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