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Noun1.Dicranum - type genus of DicranaceaeDicranum - type genus of Dicranaceae    
moss genus - a genus of mosses
Dicranaceae, family Dicranaceae - mosses having costate leaves and long-stalked capsules with cleft peristome
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Akata, "Antimicrobial screening of Calliergonella cuspidata, Dicranum polysetum and Hypnum cupressiforme," Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, vol.
Johann Hedwig (1792: 81) publico su Dicranum ovale Hedw., un taxon que el propio autor revalido en 1801 (vide supra).
Determination of antiproliferative activities of volatile contents and HPLC profiles of Dicranum scoparium (Dicranaceae, Bryophyta).
Dicranum muehlenbeckii was eliminated from the list of Estonian bryophytes due to misidentifications (Vellak et al., 2009).
vitis-idaea, Calluna vulgaris, Festuca ovina, Linaria vulgaris, Luzula pilosa and Melampyrum pratense in the dwarf shrub and herb layer, and Dicranum polysetum, D.
glaucum 42-Lgl/ TAS3b,c,e Dicranum pacificum 44-Dpa/ TAS3b,c,e Orthotrichales Orthotrichum pumilum 5-Opu/ TAS3b,c,e O.
The burnt moss samples were identified as Dicranum sp., a terrestrial (as opposed to aquatic) genus, at the herbarium of the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Some species (Taxus baccata, Carex stenophylla, Bry um knowltonii, Dicranum congestum, Fontinalis squamosa, Hygrohypnum molle, Meesia longiseta, and Neckera crispa) are included in the lists of Lithuanian flora only referring to J.
Differential taxa of the alliance (against Bromion erecti and other southern alliances): Agrostis capillaris, Danthonia decumbens, Dicranum scoparium, Euphrasia nemorosa, Festuca ovina, F.
Burned site Coverage % Plant species 1997 September <1% -- 1998 May <1% -- July 10% Epilobium angustifolium, Ceratodon moss September 20% 1999 May 30% +Luzula + Calluna vulgaris July 50% September 55% 2000 May 60% + Deschampsia August 80% + Rubus idaeus Control site 100% Pleurozium and Dicranum moss, Linnaea borealis, Trientalis europea, Vaccinium vitis-idaea, V.
Other epigeal (low-growing) mosses, such as Hylocomium splendens, Pleurozium schreberi, Ptilium crista-castrensis, Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus, Dicranum scoparium, and many more--often species with a circumpolar distribution--form moss carpets, and though they grow mainly on the soil, like Drepanoclados uncinatus, they also occur on a wide range of substrates.