hypnum

Related to hypnum: Polytrichum

hypnum

(ˈhɪpnəm)
n
(Plants) any of various plants of the genus Hypnum, the largest genus of moss
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Akata, "Antimicrobial screening of Calliergonella cuspidata, Dicranum polysetum and Hypnum cupressiforme," Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, vol.
Na Espanha Gonzalez e Pokrovsky (2014) analisaram a adsorcao de Cu, Cd, Ni, Pb e Zn em Hypnum sp, Sphagnum sp, Pseudoscleropodium purum e Brachytecium rutabulum.
Cow manure compost Not listed Not listed Scotts 10% manure; 90% peat, compost, forest products, manure, and/or other organic materials Hypnum peat, forest products or compost, sand, perlite.
Un 17% representa a las "ornamentales", de las cuales cabe resaltar el musgo (Hypnum amabilis), propio de ecosistemas de paramo.
used moss bags from Hypnum cupressiforme and leaves of Quercus ilex in street canyon of Naples, Italy, because they acting as short and long-term accumulators of metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons [135].
TYPE: Holotypus hoc loco: Hypno-Polypodion Mucina 1993 (Mucina, 1993: 267) DIAGNOSTIC TAXA OF THE ORDER: Bartramia pomiformis Hedw., Dryopteris dilatata, Hypnum cupressiforme L., Oxalis acetosella, P.
A comparison study of Hypnum cupressiforme and Parmelia caperata in a former mining district in Italy.
Pleurozium schreberi, Hylocomium splendens [103, 215], and Hypnum cupressiforme [93] are the moss species more often chosen in world biomonitoring.
El estrato herbaceo inferior estuvo compuesto principalmente por musgos [Cyclodictyon albicans (Hedw.) Kuntze, Hypnum amabile (Mitt.) Hampe, Hypopterygium tamariscinum (Hedw.) Brid., Mitthenothamnium reptans (Hedw.) Card., Sematophyllum galipense (C.
Gyttja is covered by a layer of Hypnum peat, the age of which is estimated to be ca 11 310-11 225 cal yr BP.
Bonaparte Peat (BP), a hypnum peat moss, was added to Phase II compost at spawning, which resulted in a significant increase in later break yields, Schisler 1990.