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The study of bryophytes.

bry′o·log′i·cal (-ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
bry·ol′o·gist n.
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She was president of the British Bryological Society in 1960-61.
She was president of the British Bryological Society in 1960-61, Her collection of specimens included species of moss rarely found in Britain, such as water rock-bristle from the Simonside Hills, Northumberland.
Transactions of the British Bryological Society 3, 736-745.
She was a member of the editorial board for Ecology and the Plant Science Bulletin and was President of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Vice-President of the American Bryological and Lichenological Society, and Chair of the Southeastern Section of the Botanical Society of America.
During a bryological study of the Marchantiophyta collected in field expeditions to northern Argentina between 2007 and 2011, three species belonging to genera Steereella Kuwah.
(2013) report new records for the bryological flora of Macedonia and Albania, such as Scapania cuspiduligera and Distichium inclinatum, and bryo-cormophytic communities of Ctenidietea mollusci and Montio fontanae-Cardaminetea amarae.
Bryophytes of Turkey: An annotated reference list of the species with synonyms from the recent literature and an annotated list of Turkish bryological literature.
Because the book's contents center mostly on relatively recent literature, we will, from time to time, mention older monographs not cited by the authors to assist new students to bryology who might seek additional information, historical perspectives, and different points of views on related bryological topics.