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    1. Jacobson, S; Gustafsson, L
      Effects on ground vegetation of the application of wood ash to a Swedish Scots pine stand

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    2. Penuelas, J; Filella, I
      Herbaria century record of increasing eutrophication in Spanish terrestrial ecosystems

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    3. Hebrard, JP; Loisel, R
      Search for factors responsible for maintaining the rich bryoflore in terricole isolated habitats

      CRYPTOGAMIE BRYOLOGIE
    4. Brusa, G
      New sites for the rare moss Pseudoleskea artariae Ther. in Italy

      CRYPTOGAMIE BRYOLOGIE
    5. During, HJ; Lloret, F
      The species-pool hypothesis from a bryological perspective

      FOLIA GEOBOTANICA
    6. Beckert, S; Muhle, H; Pruchner, D; Knoop, V
      The mitochondrial nad2 gene as a novel marker locus for phylogenetic analysis of early land plants: A comparative analysis in mosses

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    7. Ingerpuu, N; Vellak, K; Kukk, T; Partel, M
      Bryophyte and vascular plant species richness in boreo-nemoral moist forests and mires

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    8. Zechmeister, HG; Moser, D
      The influence of agricultural land-use intensity on bryophyte species richness

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    9. Jalonen, J; Vanha-Majamaa, I
      Immediate effects of four different felling methods on mature boreal spruce forest understorey vegetation in southern Finland

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    10. Duckett, JG; Goode, JA; Matcham, HW
      Studies of protonemal morphogenesis in mosses. VIII. The gemmiferous protonemata of Orthodontium and Dicranoweisia

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    11. Porley, RD; Rose, F
      The characterization and status of the southern hepatic mat, Scapanietum asperae Rose & Porley, on the English Chalk

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    12. Stark, LR
      Spore liberation in Grimmia orbicularis and Tortula inermis: two patterns from the Mojave desert

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    13. Heegaard, E
      Environmental relationships of perichaetial and sporophyte production in Andreaea spp in western Norway

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    14. Wigginton, MJ; Porley, RD
      British Bryological Society expedition to Mulanje Mountain, Malawi. 14. Allisoniaceae, Arnelliaceae, Aytoniaceae, Geocalycaceae, Gymnomitriaceae, Pallaviciniaceae (Hepaticae)

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    15. Klos, J; Kuta, E; Przywara, L
      Karyology of Plagiomnium. I. Plagiomnium affine (Schrad.) T.Kop.

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    16. Rycroft, DS; Heinrichs, J; Cole, WJ; Anton, H
      A phytochemical and morphological study of the liverwort Plagiochila retrorsa Gottsche, new to Europe

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    17. Hanslin, HM; Bakken, S; Pedersen, S
      The impact of watering regime and ambient relative humidity on the effect of density on growth in two boreal forest mosses, Dicranum majus and Rhytidiadelphus loreus

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    18. Bergamini, A; Peintinger, M; Schmid, B; Urmi, E
      Effects of management and altitude on bryophyte species diversity and composition in montane calcareous fens

      FLORA
    19. Hofstede, RGM; Dickinson, KJM; Mark, AF
      Distribution, abundance and biomass of epiphyte-lianoid communities in a New Zealand lowland Nothofagus-podocarp temperate rain forest: tropical comparisons

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    20. Shaw, AJ
      Biogeographic patterns and cryptic speciation in bryophytes

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    21. Kalapos, T; Mazsa, K
      Juniper shade enables terricolous lichens and mosses to maintain high photochemical efficiency in a semiarid temperate sand grassland

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    22. Hall, BR; Raynal, DJ; Leopold, DJ
      Environmental influences on plant species composition in ground-water seeps in the Catskill Mountains of New York

      WETLANDS
    23. Rehe, WG; Nimmo, DWR
      Culturing the bryohphyte Hygrohypnum ochraceum for use as an instream monitor of metals

      JOURNAL OF FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
    24. Fernandez, JA; Carballeira, A
      A comparison of indigenous mosses and topsoils for use in monitoring atmospheric heavy metal deposition in Galicia (northwest Spain)

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    25. Vincent, CD; Lawlor, AJ; Tipping, E
      Accumulation of Al, Mn, Fe, Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb by the bryophyte Scapania undulata in three upland waters of different pH

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    26. Bruns, I; Sutter, K; Menge, S; Neumann, D; Krauss, GJ
      Cadmium lets increase the glutathione pool in bryophytes

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Hashimoto, K; Sato, N
      Characterization of the mitochondrial nad7 gene in Physcomitrella patens: Similarity with angiosperm nad7 genes

      PLANT SCIENCE
    28. Turner, BL; Baxter, R; Ellwood, NTW; Whitton, BA
      Characterization of the phosphatase activities of mosses in relation to their environment

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    29. Costas, RC; Lopez, J
      Application of the sequential elution technique to determine Cd and Cu cellular location in Ulva lactuca linnaeus

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    30. Nagashima, F; Asakawa, Y
      Sesqui- and diterpenoids from two Japanese and three European liverworts

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    31. Asakawa, Y
      Recent advances in phytochemistry of bryophytes-acetogenins, terpenoids and bis(bibenzyl)s from selected Japanese, Taiwanese, New Zealand, Argentinean and European liverworts

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    32. Laaka-Lindberg, S; Heino, M
      Clonal dynamics and evolution of dormancy in the leafy hepatic Lophozia silvicola

      OIKOS
    33. Hohenwallner, D; Zechmeister, HG
      Factors influencing bryophyte species richness and populations in urban environments: a case study

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    34. Lo Giudice, R; Galesi, R
      Synecology, syntaxonomy and syndynamism of terrestrial bryophyte communities of southern Sicily

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    35. Kurschner, H
      Towards a bryophyte flora of the Near and Middle East - 3. An artificial key to the Anthocerotophytina and Hepaticophytina of the Near and Middle East

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    36. Minibayeva, F; Beckett, RP
      High rates of extracellular superoxide production in bryophytes and lichens, and an oxidative burst in response to rehydration following desiccation

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    37. Rydgren, K; De Kroon, H; Okland, RH; Van Groenendael, J
      Effects of fine-scale disturbances on the demography and population dynamics of the clonal moss Hylocomium splendens

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    38. Vanderpoorten, A; Palm, R
      Compared regression methods for inferring ammonium nitrogen concentrationsin running freshwaters from aquatic bryophyte assemblages

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    39. Parker, WC; Elliott, KA; Dey, DC; Boysen, E; Newmaster, SG
      Managing succession in conifer plantations: converting young red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.) plantations to native forest types by thinning and underplanting

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    40. Thomas, SC; Liguori, DA; Halpern, CB
      Corticolous bryophytes in managed Douglas-fir forests: habitat differentiation and responses to thinning and fertilization

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    41. Beilman, DW
      Plant community and diversity change due to localized permafrost dynamics in bogs of western Canada

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    42. Cobb, AR; Nadkarni, NM; Ramsey, GA; Svoboda, AJ
      Recolonization of bigleaf maple branches by epiphytic bryophytes followingexperimental disturbance

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    43. Sollows, MC; Frego, KA; Norfolk, C
      Recovery of Bazzania trilobata following desiccation

      BRYOLOGIST
    44. Cleavitt, N
      Disentangling moss species limitations: The role of physiologically based substrate specificity for six species occurring on substrates with varying pH and percent organic matter

      BRYOLOGIST
    45. Hedenas, L
      Environmental factors potentially affecting character states in pleurocarpous mosses

      BRYOLOGIST
    46. Sabovljevic, M; Ganeva, A; Tsakiri, E; Stefanut, S
      Bryology and bryophyte protection in south-eastern Europe

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    47. Pilous, Z; Soltes, R
      Oreoweisia torquescens, a new species to the bryophyte flora of Carpathians (The High Tatra Mts, Slovakia)

      BIOLOGIA
    48. Janovicova, K; Kubinska, A
      Present state of the bryophyte diversity in the Protected Landscape Area Biele Karpaty (Western Carpathians, Slovakia)

      BIOLOGIA
    49. Selkirk, PM; Adamson, DA; Downing, AJ
      Landform and vegetation change in the Greaves Creek Basin: An asymmetric hanging valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales

      AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHER
    50. Gamenara, D; Pandolfi, E; Saldana, J; Dominguez, L; Martinez, MM; Seoane, G
      Nematocidal activity of natural polyphenols from Bryophytes and their derivatives

      ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH
    51. Kodner, RB; Graham, LE
      High-temperature, acid-hydrolyzed remains of Polytrichum (Musci, Polytrichaceae) resemble enigmatic Silurian-Devonian tubular microfossils

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    52. Ottone, EG; Archangelsky, S
      A new bryophyte from the Upper Carboniferous of Argentina

      AMEGHINIANA
    53. Samecka-Cymerman, A; Kempers, AJ
      Bioindication of heavy metals with aquatic macrophytes: The case of a stream polluted with power plant sewages in Poland

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART A
    54. Eldridge, DJ; Semple, WS; Koen, TB
      Dynamics of cryptogamic soil crusts in a derived grassland in south-eastern Australia

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    55. Tremp, H
      Submerged bryophytes in running waters, ecological characteristics and their use in biomonitoring

      BIOMONITORING OF POLLUTED WATER - REVIEWS ON ACTUAL TOPICS
    56. Moe, B; Botnen, A
      Epiphytic vegetation on pollarded trunks of Fraxinus excelsior in four different habitats at Grinde, Leikanger, western Norway

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    57. Csintalan, Z; Takacs, Z; Proctor, MCF; Nagy, Z; Tuba, Z
      Early morning photosynthesis of the moss Tortula ruralis following summer dew fall in a Hungarian temperate dry sandy grassland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    58. Oliver, MJ; Velten, J; Wood, AJ
      Bryophytes as experimental models for the study of environmental stress tolerance: Tortula ruralis and desiccation-tolerance in mosses

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    59. Sim-Sim, M; Carvalho, P; Sergio, C
      Cryptogamic epiphytes as indicators of air quality around an industrial complex in the Tagus valley, Portugal. Factor analysis and environmental variables

      CRYPTOGAMIE BRYOLOGIE
    60. Privitera, M; Puglisi, M
      Crossidium geheebii (Broth.) Broth. (Musci, Pottiaceae), a new record fromEurope

      CRYPTOGAMIE BRYOLOGIE
    61. Aleffi M.; Silenzi A.R.
      Flora briologica degli affioramenti gessosi del parco regionale "Gessi bolognesi e calanchi dell'Abbadessa"(Emilia Romagna)

      Archivio geobotanico
    62. Jonsson, BG
      Availability of coarse woody debris in a boreal old-growth Picea abies forest

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    63. Wellman, CH; Gray, J
      The microfossil record of early land plants

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    64. Edwards, D
      The role of Mid-Palaeozoic mesofossils in the detection of early bryophytes

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    65. Graham, LKE; Wilcox, LW
      The origin of alternation of generations in land plants: a focus on matrotrophy and hexose transport

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    66. Renzaglia, KS; Duff, RJ; Nickrent, DL; Garbary, DJ
      Vegetative and reproductive innovations of early land plants: implicationsfor a unified phylogeny

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    67. Read, DJ; Duckett, JG; Francis, R; Ligrone, R; Russell, A
      Symbiotic fungal associations in 'lower' land plants

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    68. Kenrick, P
      The relationships of vascular plants

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    69. Shaw, AJ
      Molecular phylogeography and cryptic speciation in the mosses, Mielichhoferia elongata and M-mielichhoferiana (Bryaceae)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    70. Van der Velde, M; Van der Strate, HJ; Van de Zande, L; Bijlsma, R
      Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in the moss species Polytrichum formosum

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    71. Convey, P; Smith, RIL; Peat, HJ; Pugh, PJA
      The terrestrial biota of Charcot Island, eastern Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica: an example of extreme isolation

      ANTARCTIC SCIENCE
    72. Skotnicki, ML; Ninham, JA; Selkirk, PM
      Genetic diversity, mutagenesis and dispersal of Antarctic mosses - a review of progress with molecular studies

      ANTARCTIC SCIENCE
    73. Speicher, A
      Chemical and in vitro syntheses of brominated and chlorinated 3,4 '-dihydroxybibenzyls (halogenated lunularins)

      JOURNAL FUR PRAKTISCHE CHEMIE-CHEMIKER-ZEITUNG
    74. Schussler, A
      Glomus claroideum forms an arbuscular mycorrhiza-like symbiosis with the hornwort Anthoceros punctatus

      MYCORRHIZA
    75. Maeda, S; Kosuge, K; Gonzalez, D; De Luna, E; Akiyama, H
      Molecular phylogeny of the suborder leucodontineae (Musci; Leucodontales) inferred from rbcL sequence data

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    76. Lee, JO; Hershey, AE
      Effects of aquatic bryophytes and long-term fertilization on arctic streaminsects

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    77. Durwael, L; Lock, K
      Epiphytic bryophytes in the city of Ghent

      BELGIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    78. Heinrichs, J; Anton, H; Gradstein, SR; Mues, R
      Systematics of Plagiochila sect. Glaucescentes Carl (Hepaticae) from tropical America: a morphological and chemotaxonomical approach

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    79. Fridman, J; Walheim, M
      Amount, structure, and dynamics of dead wood on managed forestland in Sweden

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    80. Sergio, C; Figueira, R; Crespo, AMV
      Observations of heavy metal accumulation in the cell walls of Fontinalis antipyretica, in a Portuguese stream affected by mine effluent

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    81. Cano, MJ; Ros, RM; Guerra, J
      Identity of North African endemic bryophytes, 1

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    82. Ros, RM; Cano, MJ; Munoz, J; Guerra, J
      Contribution to the bryophyte flora of Morocco: the Jbel Toubkal

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    83. Brumelis, G; Lapina, L; Tabors, G
      Uptake of Ca, Mg and K during growth of annual segments of the moss Hylocomium splendens in the field

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    84. Greven, HC
      Synopsis of Grimmia Hedw. in Australia

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    85. Sjors, H; Een, G
      Wetland bryophytes in Muddus National Park, North Sweden

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    86. Sergio, C; Jansen, J
      On the presence of Brachythecium dieckii in Portugal and Morocco

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    87. Lange, OL; Budel, B; Meyer, A; Zellner, H; Zotz, G
      Lichen carbon gain under tropical conditions: water relations and CO2 exchange of three Leptogium species of a lower montane rainforest in Panama

      FLORA
    88. Robinson, SA; Wasley, J; Popp, M; Lovelock, CE
      Desiccation tolerance of three moss species from continental Antarctica

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    89. Badacsonyi, A; Bates, JW; Tuba, Z
      Effect of desiccation on phosphorus and potassium acquisition by a desiccation-tolerant moss and lichen

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    90. Kessler, M
      Altitudinal zonation of Andean cryptogam communities

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    91. Westlund, A; Nohrstedt, HO
      Effects of stump-treatment substances for root-rot control on ground vegetation and soil properties in a Picea abies forest in Sweden

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    92. Fernandez, JA; Carballeira, A
      Differences in the responses of native and transplanted mosses to atmospheric pollution: a possible role of selenium

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    93. Ghate, S; Chaphekar, SB
      Plagiochasma appendiculatum as a biotest for water quality assessment

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    94. Freiberg, M; Freiberg, E
      Epiphyte diversity and biomass in the canopy of lowland and montane forests in Ecuador

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    95. Hebrard, JP
      Grimmia nutans Bruch in southern France and Grimmia elatior Bruch ex Bals.& de Not., respectively new to the bryoflora of western Europe and Corsica.

      BOTANICA HELVETICA
    96. Burgess, EJ; Larsen, L; Perry, NB
      A cytotoxic sesquiterpene caffeate from the liverwort Bazzania novae-zelandiae

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    97. Julian, CG; Bowers, PW; Paton, JA
      Frullania dermatitis

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    98. Vazquez, MD; Lopez, J; Diaz, S; Carballeira, A
      The effect of pH on the kinetics of intra- and extracellular uptake of Al in Fontinalis antipyretica: Changes in the cellular contents of K, Mg, and Ca

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    99. Anton, H; Heinrichs, J; Mues, R; Gradstein, SR
      Chemotaxonomical and morphological characterization of Plagiochila dusenii(Hepaticae), most closely related to Plagiochila validissima

      JOURNAL OF THE HATTORI BOTANICAL LABORATORY
    100. Suire, C
      A comparative, transmission-electron microscopic study on the formation ofoil-bodies in liverworts

      JOURNAL OF THE HATTORI BOTANICAL LABORATORY


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