bryophytes


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bryophytes

A group of plants that includes mosses and liverworts.
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Climate change is another major issue for the rainforest, with lichens and bryophytes highly sensitive to atmospheric pollution.
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On the porch, she told us that mosses are not like other plants; they have no interior plumbing that connects the leaves to the roots, and as nonvascular plants they share (and dominate) a plant niche called the bryophytes. The others are the hornworts and liverworts, not to be confused with Hogwarts and liverwurst.
pH is one important gradient determining the species distribution of bryophytes in peatland habitats (Vitt and Chee 1990; Rydin and Jeglum 2013).
At the Atqasuk Dry site bryophytes and lichens decreased over time and with experimental warming.
She was out on a stroll with around 20 other people who are part of a growing community in Japan obsessed with plants known as bryophytes, including moss, liverworts, and hornworts.
Many bryophytes grow in the Tropics in periodically inundated habitats such as river beds, marshes and waterfalls, and are semi-aquatic.
Floristic overview of the epiphytic bryophytes of terra firme forests across the Amazon basin.
Recent literature on bryophytes. Bryologist 120(1): 70-96 120 (2): 212-235, 120(3): 347-360, 120(4): 521-536.
The second largest taxonomic group in the kingdom plantae is bryophytes, however; studies carried out to better understand their chemical composition are limited and dispersed.
The evaluation is based on repeated measurements of tree growth, understory vegetation (vascular plants and bryophytes), and the nutritional status of soil 5 and 15 years after afforestation.