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Sex ratio variation is a common but often unexplained phenomenon in species across the tree of… Expand Premise of the study: We developed and tested primers for 218 nuclear loci for studying population genetics, phylogeography, and… Expand Inbreeding depression is a critical factor countering the evolution of inbreeding and thus potentially shaping the evolution of… Expand Ditrichum pusillum (Hedw.) Hampe has been collected for the first time from the Western Black Sea region of Turkey. A description… Expand The life cycles of mosses and other bryophytes are unique among land plants in that the haploid gametophyte stage is free-living… Expand Ditrichum austrogeorgicum (Card.) Seppelt, a species originally described in 1906 from South Georgia as Pseudodistichium… Expand There are five species in the genus Ditrichum Hampe in the Antarctic: D. heteromallum (Hedw.) Britt., D. conicum (Mont.) Mitt., D… Expand In the Antarctic botanical zone the genus Ditrichum Hampe (Ditrichaceae, Bryopsida) is represented by three species, D. austro… Expand The classification of mosses into subclasses and orders is based to a large extent on the morphology of the peristome teeth, yet… Expand