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  1. Historical review of bryological research in Fruška Gora Mt. (Serbia

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    Ilić Miloš M.

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Fruška Gora is a mountain located in the southern part of Pannonian plane and it is poorly bryologicaly investigated as well as most parts of Serbia. First data on bryophytes, for this region, were published in 1949 by Teodor Soška in his paper Pregled mahovina i lišajeva u okolini Beograda (Review of mosses and lichens in the vicinity of Belgrade. Soška listed 34 species of mosses and 8 liverworts species for this region. Later, in 1955, Zlatko Pavletić in his capital work Prodromus flore briofita Jugoslavije (Prodromus of Yugoslavian bryophyte flora, stated 26 moss species and 3 liverwort species, without indicating specific localities, but all of them were Soška’s original results. In 1966, the second botanist with original findings of bryophytes on Fruška Gora was Popović, who recorded 2 liverwort and 19 moss species, for this mountain, also without specific localities. By far, the most comprehensive data were given by Cvetić and Sabovljević in 2004. Their study A contribution to the bryophyte flora of Fruška Gora (Vojvodina, Serbia counted total number of 118 mosses and 14 liverworts, on 16 localities within National park Fruška Gora. The latest study on bryophytes of Fruška Gora was in 2013, and it is the first and so far, the last study of bryophyte assemblages on grasslands. Authors of this paper recorded 18 species of mosses from 29 releveé. Complete bryophyte flora of Fruška Gora is still unknown. Considering the fact that this is the region with high biodiversity, dense hydrological network and a rather complex geology, Fruška Gora certainly deserves further bryological researches.

  2. Early bryological literature

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    Margadant, Willem Daniel

    1968-01-01

    In my work for the Index Muscorum it became apparent that dating problems existed for publications of the years 1825-1827, which were important for the nomenclature of Musci. The article by Arnott, Nouvelle disposition méthodique des espèces de mousses, was indicated from 1825 in some sources, but t

  3. 海南岛苔藓植物研究历史、现状与展望%History, Present Situation and Prospect of Bryological Research in Hainan Island, China

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    张莉娜

    2014-01-01

    Hainan Island is a tropical island and the second largest island along the coast of China. The history, present situation of bryological researches in Hainan Island were reviewed. Based on published records, there are 806 species of bryophyte in Hainan Island, belonging to 227 genera of 87 families, of which 366 species in 71 genera of 33 families are liverworts, 436 species in 152 genera of 51 families are mosses, and four species in four genera of three families are hornworts. The Hainan Island bryolfora is dominant by Tropical Asian type, and has high phytogeographical similarity to Hong Kong and Taiwan. Regional studies on bryological investigations focused on Jianfengling, Bawangling and Diaoluoshan Nature Reserves. Epiphyllous liverworts is one of the commonest coenotypes of the tropical rainforests in Hainan Island, with 123 species belonging to 23 genera of seven families. There are 15 species of bryophytes from Hainan Island listed in the national red list of China. In the future, it should be considered to carry out the extensive and sustained diversity investigation, develop the researches in bryological ecology, chemistry and molecular biology, and promote the utilization and conservation of bryophytes.%综述了海南岛苔藓植物的研究历史和现状。目前海南岛已记录的苔藓植物共有87科227属806种,其中苔类33科71属366种,藓类51科152属436种,角苔类3科4属4种;苔藓植物的区系组成以热带亚洲成分为主,与香港、台湾地区的种属相似性高;对海南岛苔藓植物的研究集中在尖峰岭、霸王岭、吊罗山3个国家级自然保护区;叶附生苔是海南热带雨林主要的苔藓生态分布类型之一,共有7科23属123种;初步统计濒危苔藓植物有15种。今后应继续开展广泛和持续的物种多样性调查,从生态学、植物化学、分子生物学等领域进行研究,促进合理的开发利用和推动保护工作。

  4. Bryology and Bryophytes at the Rijksherbarium

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    Touw, A.

    1979-01-01

    The main task of the first directors of the Rijksherbarium consisted of the preparation of a catalogue of its Dutch East Indian and Japanese collections (cf. van Steenis-Kruseman’s paper in this volume). Among those who contributed to this catalogue was J. H. Molkenboer, a young physician who had gr

  5. Progress in bryological researchⅠ.Status and prospects of bryological research in China%苔藓植物研究进展Ⅰ.我国苔藓植物研究现状与展望

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    朱瑞良; 王幼芳; 熊李虎

    2002-01-01

    20世纪30年代以来,我国学者已发表有关苔藓植物方面的论文达800余篇、专著25本.本文扼要介绍了我国苔藓植物学的研究现状和我国苔藓工作者取得的成就.苔藓化学和苔藓分子生物学研究是我国目前相当薄弱的分支学科.

  6. Current Situation of Bryological Research in China%中国苔藓植物研究现状

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    钟如涛; 陈喜英

    2009-01-01

    中国苔藓植物研究起步较晚,目前主要在苔藓植物区系、生态以及开发利用方面做了很多工作,在苔藓植物化学、细胞学、生理学和分子生物学方面的研究才刚刚起步.文章重点阐述了中国苔藓植物在区系、生态学、分子系统学、地理分区与其分布类型、化学活性成分以及应用等方面的研究现状,并分析了中国苔藓植物研究中存在的问题.

  7. Bryophytes from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (West-Central Africa) : 1., introduction and preliminary checklist

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    1996-01-01

    A preliminary list consisting of 159 bryophyte taxa (82 liverworts and 77 mosses) has been compiled from the bryological literature on the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Central-Western Africa) until 1995. A general overview of the physical features and vegetation of the country, and an account of the history of its bryological exploration are also included. Se han reunido en un catálogo preliminar los 159 táxones de briófitos (82 hepáticas y 77 musgos) de la República de Guinea Ecuatorial...

  8. Antibody-Mediated Targeting of Alpha PDGF Receptor to Inhibit the Progression of Skeletal Micro-Metastases

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    2012-10-01

    inflammatory conditions of non-neoplastic etiology but affecting the skeleton, such as rheumatoid arthritis . The evidence provided by our study should...signaling in vivo despite divergent bryological functions. Mol Cell 2001;7:343–54. r FW, Lee J, Duivenvoorden WC, Singh G. Pathophysiologic inter

  9. Bryophytes collected during a Dutch botanical East Greenland expedition to the Angmagsslalik area in 1966

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    Molenaar, de J.G.

    1968-01-01

    From a bryological point of view Greenland is not well known in detail. Unlike Siberia or Arctic America, it is not known through a few large collections, but through multitudes of mostly relatively small gatherings. In this arctic island that is almost 2000 miles long and extends from below 60° N.l

  10. Musci austro-africani II. Bryophyte collections in southern Africa and southern African type specimens in the National Herbarium, Pretoria

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    R. E. Magill

    1980-12-01

    Full Text Available A brief review of bryological collections and collectors in southern Africa introduces a catalogue of southern African type specimens housed in the National Herbarium, Pretoria. The type catalogue, arranged alphabetically by basionym, includes correct names, type status and label data.

  11. Research and publications

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    NN,

    1992-01-01

    Australasian Bryological Newsletter — Although there have been already 26 issues, this journal has only now come to our attention. It appears bi-annually, in June and December, and is circulated without charge to all those interested within Australasia and overseas. Write to Mr. P.J. DALTON, Plant S

  12. Synopsis of Grimmia Hedw. in New Zealand, including Grimmia wilsonii sp. nov

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    Greven, H.C.

    1998-01-01

    The New Zealand Grimmia Hedw. specimens from AK, AKU, BM, CHR, OTA and WELT have been revised and a bryological field trip to the New Zealand Southern Alps was made to study specimens in their natural habitats. As a result of the revision and the field trip, G. anodon, G. austrofunalis, G. orbicular

  13. Peter Arnold Florschütz (1923-1976)

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    Greene, Stanley W.; Stafleu, Frans A.

    1977-01-01

    The death of Peter Florschütz, on 27 May 1976, deprived the world of bryology of another of its spiritual leaders. Having fully regained scientific momentum after a period of managerial and organisational involvements connected with the changes in Dutch University life which occurred in the late six

  14. Synopsis of Grimmia Hedw. in Australia

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    Greven, H.C.

    2000-01-01

    The Australian Grimmia Hedw. specimens from BM, BRI, CANB, CBG, HO, MEL, MELU, NSW and PERTH have been revised and a bryological trip to the Australian Alps was made to study specimens in their natural habitats. As a result of the revision and field trip, G. anodon, G. australis, G. longirostris, G.

  15. Bryophyte floras of tropical Pacific islands

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    Miller, Harvey A.; Whittier, Henry O.

    1990-01-01

    A review of the status of bryological research in each of the nations, states or governmental units of southern Melanesia, Micronesia and tropical Polynesia shows the imperfect state of knowledge about the Pacific tropical islands. Best known overall are Hawaii and Micronesia with Wallis and Futuna, the Marquesas and the high mountains of Fiji seeming to be the least known potentially species rich areas. Involvement of residents from Pacific islands in botanical study and preservation of ecos...

  16. Summary Information on Employment, Characteristics, Supply, and Training

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    1967-05-01

    Physiology GS 414 Entomology Plant Sciences GS 415 Nematology GS 430 Botany GS 431 Mycology GS 433 Plant taxomony GS 434 Plant pathology GS 435...Bacteriology 7X01—Bacterial metabolism 7X02—Bacterial physiology 7X03—Microbial processes Botany 7001—Bryology 7002—Dendrology 7003— Mycology ...8502— Poultry 8503—Small animal Fish and Wildlife 8601—Controls 8602—Food habits 8603—Habitat influences 8604—Population dynamics 8605

  17. The current distribution in Poland of some European neophytic bryophytes with supposed invasive tendencies

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    Ewa Fudali

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper presents a brief review of published so far and recently recorded unpublished bryological data concerning the distribution in Poland of two neophytic (sensu Meusel 1943 mosses: Campylopus introflexus (Hedw. Brid. and Orthodontium lineare Schwaegr.to estimate their current influence on native bryoflora. The data clearly indicate the constant spreading of these species towards the east, however, there is no direct evidence that they have been limiting the occurrence of native moss species. They are acidophilous species, so the acidification of the environment probably promotes their expansion. Maps of the most current distribution of Campylopus introflexus and Orthodontium lineare in Poland (in a system of ATMOS-grid squares are provided, as well as a description of the first locality in Poland of another European bryo-neophyte species Leptophascum leptophyllum Mull. Hal.

  18. Lichens of the U. S. national parks

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    Bennett, J.P.; Wetmore, C.M.

    2005-01-01

    Over 26,100 records of lichens present in 144 U.S. national park units were assembled from various sources into a database and analyzed. Within these 144 park units 2,435 species and 375 genera are reported, representing 63% and 74% of the North American flora, respectively. The park units are located in 41 states and Washington, D.C. The average number of species in a park is 104, but the median is 60, indicating there are many parks with a small number of species and a few with high numbers. Isle Royale National Park has the most species, 611, and twelve parks have only one species reported. The number of records of lichens present ranged from one for 25 parks, to 1,623 for Isle Royale. Physcia aipolia is the most frequently observed species, being found in 65 parks. One fourth of the park units are classified cultural resource parks, while the remainder are considered natural resource parks. This study was based on 453 sources, including literature citations, park reports and collections in the University of Minnesota Herbarium. Copyright ?? 2005 by the American Bryological and Lichenological Society, Inc.

  19. Factors Affecting the Presence and the Diversity of Bryophytes in the Petrifying Sources Habitat (7220 in Wallonia and the Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium

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    J.-M. Couvreur

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Bryological composition, water chemistry, and environmental factors were characterized on 67 Belgian travertines. We explore the relationship between these environmental factors and the community composition, species richness, or presence of individual species using Redundancy Analysis with Hellinger’s transformation (tb-RDA or Generalized Linear Models (GLMs. The best variables explaining the community composition are slope, NO3, NH4, and PO4. The species richness is negatively related to canopy cover and PO4. Palustriella commutata tends to be more frequent when the slope is steeper and to a lesser degree when the canopy cover is lower. Eucladium verticillatum tends to be slightly more frequent when canopy cover and NH4 concentrations are lower. Cratoneuron filicinum is more frequent at higher Mg concentrations and Pellia endiviifolia is more frequent at lower PO4 concentrations and higher NO3 concentrations. Brachythecium rivulare showed wide ecological amplitude and almost none of the tested environmental factors seem to be related to its presence. The study identifies eutrophication as the main factor responsible for habitat deterioration. Practical indications on the best ways to maintain or to enhance the quality of these petrifying sources are given.

  20. Efficient and Heritable Targeted Mutagenesis in Mosses Using the CRISPR/Cas9 System.

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    Nomura, Toshihisa; Sakurai, Tetsuya; Osakabe, Yuriko; Osakabe, Keishi; Sakakibara, Hitoshi

    2016-12-01

    Targeted genome modification by RNA-guided nucleases derived from the clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat (CRISPR)/CRISPR-associated nuclease 9 (Cas9) system has seen rapid development in many organisms, including several plant species. In the present study, we succeeded in introducing the CRISPR/Cas9 system into the non-model organism Scopelophila cataractae, a moss that exhibits heavy metal tolerance, and the model organism Physcomitrella patens Utilizing the process by which moss plants regenerate from protoplasts, we conducted targeted mutagenesis by expression of single-chain guide RNA (sgRNA) and Cas9 in protoplasts. Using this method, the acquisition rate of strains exhibiting phenotypic changes associated with the target genes was approximately 45-69%, and strains with phenotypic changes exhibited various insertion and deletion mutations. In addition, we report that our method is capable of multiplex targeted mutagenesis (two independent genes) and also permits the efficient introduction of large deletions (∼3 kbp). These results demonstrate that the CRISPR/Cas9 system can be used to accelerate investigations of bryology and land plant evolution.

  1. Organellar genome, nuclear ribosomal DNA repeat unit, and microsatellites isolated from a small-scale of 454 GS FLX sequencing on two mosses.

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    Liu, Yang; Forrest, Laura L; Bainard, Jillian D; Budke, Jessica M; Goffinet, Bernard

    2013-03-01

    Recent innovations in high-throughput DNA sequencing methodology (next generation sequencing technologies [NGS]) allow for the generation of large amounts of high quality data that may be particularly critical for resolving ambiguous relationships such as those resulting from rapid radiations. Application of NGS technology to bryology is limited to assembling entire nuclear or organellar genomes of selected exemplars of major lineages (e.g., classes). Here we outline how organellar genomes and the entire nuclear ribosomal DNA repeat can be obtained from minimal amounts of moss tissue via small-scale 454 GS FLX sequencing. We sampled two Funariaceae species, Funaria hygrometrica and Entosthodon obtusus, and assembled nearly complete organellar genomes and the whole nuclear ribosomal DNA repeat unit (18S-ITS1-5.8S-ITS2-26S-IGS1-5S-IGS2) for both taxa. Sequence data from these species were compared to sequences from another Funariaceae species, Physcomitrella patens, revealing low overall degrees of divergence of the organellar genomes and nrDNA genes with substitutions spread rather evenly across their length, and high divergence within the external spacers of the nrDNA repeat. Furthermore, we detected numerous microsatellites among the 454 assemblies. This study demonstrates that NGS methodology can be applied to mosses to target large genomic regions and identify microsatellites.

  2. 中国药用苔藓植物研究的文献分析(Ⅱ)%Analysis on Literatures of Chinese Medicinal Bryophytes(Ⅱ)

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    韩国营; 宋培浪; 于美玲; 赵厚涛

    2013-01-01

    为更好地了解我国药用苔藓植物资源的现状,为药用苔藓植物化学成分、药效等深入研究提供依据,按照中国苔藓植物分区,对各分区内40余篇报道药用苔藓植物资源调查的学术论文进行研究分析.结果表明:在中国苔藓植物10个分区中,华北区、云贵区、华东区和华中区是我国药用苔藓植物资源文献报道较多的地区,而横断山区则未见报道;贵州、山东和河北等省份报道较多,江苏、陕西、青海、西藏、海南、广东、澳门、香港和台湾等省区未见有专门报道.%In order to get more attention and understanding about current status of medicinal bryophyte resources,and to provide basic references for further studying on chemical components and pesticide effects of bryophytes,more than 40 literatures,according to the bryological regions of China,were reviewed and analyzed.The results showed that there were more literatures reported in the North China region,Yunnan-Guizhou region,East China region and Central China region,but no literature in the Hengduan Mts region.Among the districts of China,Guizhou,Shandong and Hebei published more papers of medicinal bryophyte resources,but Jiangsu,Shaanxi,Qinghai,Tibet,Hainan,Guandong,Macao and Hongkong had not reported any special literatures.

  3. Violence Concealment and Expropriation:the Power Structure of Force -advocating Focus Sway in Chinese Martial Arts%暴力的遮蔽和征用:中国武术尚力重心摇摆的权力架构

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    王仕虎; 刘连发

    2014-01-01

    采用文献资料和逻辑分析等研究方法对中国武术尚力重心摇摆的历史变迁现象和权力架构进行研究,主要研究内容涉及武术中的尚力向度的发生学考察、尚武或抑武的风向标摇摆以及中国武术尚力重心摇摆的权力架构。研究认为:历史变迁中,中国武术尚力重心摇摆存在暴力遮蔽或解蔽的二律背反现象;科层制权力,儒、释、道的文化权利,国家权力和身体感性权力共同形塑了武术尚力摇摆的架构;儒、释、道的文化弱化了武术尚力元素,国家权力和科层制出于工具理性对武术暴力实现了褒贬、管控和征用。%In this paper ,documents ,logical analysis and other research methods were used to study the historical evolution phenome-non and power structure for force-advocating focus sway in Chinese martial arts .The main research contents involve study of em-bryology of force-advocating dimension in martial arts ,sway of barometer for martialism -advocating or martialism -despising and power structure for force-advocating focus sway in Chinese martial arts .We hold that in the historical evolution ,there existed the phenomenon of antinomy of violence concealment and revelation in force -advocating focus sway in Chinese martial arts .The bureau-cratic power ,the cultural rights of Confucianism ,Buddhism and Taoism and body sensual power together form the structure or force-advocating sway in martial arts .The culture of Confucianism ,Buddhism and Taoism has weakened the force-advocating elements of martial arts ,the state power and bureaucracy achieved judgment ,control and expropriation of violence of martial arts for instru-mental rationality .

  4. Statistic analysis of mossflora between the Mt.Huangshan and other eleven mountains%黄山与11个代表性山区的藓类植物区系统计分析

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    吴明开; 张小平; 曹同

    2011-01-01

    The mossfiora was studied by utilizing statistic analysis of two dimensional arrangement of the similarity of the moss flora between the Mt. Huangshan and other eleven mountains in China. The results were agreed with Professor P C Wu's view that original 7 bryological regions of China should be divided into 10 ones according to the distribution of the bryophytes of China,and the authors holded the Mt. Huangshan belonged to the distribution of the bryophytes of the East China region. Depending on the quantitative and qualitative analysis,the authors con sidered that the mossflora of Mt. Huangshan represented the transitional from subtropical region to temperate region in East China.%对黄山与其它11个山区藓类植物区系进行了统计分析比较.从12个山区藓类植物共有属的分析结果来看,黄山是一些典型具有热带性质的属分布北界,同时又是一些典型温带属的分布南界,显示了黄山是热带亚热带向温带、寒温带过渡的典型区域.从极点排序的二维图形分析结果看,黄山与江西的马头山,广西的九万山,浙江的金华山、西天目山关系更为密切;而与湖北的神农架,山东的沂山,河南的云台山关系都比较疏远,反映了黄山的藓类植物具有热带亚热带倾向,支持了吴鹏程等对中国苔藓植物的地理分区的划分,黄山属于华东区,且处于华东区与岭南区的交错地带.

  5. Francisco Beltrán Bigorra (Nules, 1886-1962. Nuevas noticias e imágenes [Francisco Beltrán Bigorra (Nules, 1886-1962. Latest news and images

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    José María de Jaime Lorén

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: La personalidad científica y académica del naturalista Francisco Beltrán Bigorra, ha sido objeto hasta el presente de diversos estudios que se muestran unánimes en considerar lo prometedor de sus inicios en el campo de la briología, y cómo, una vez alcanzada la cátedra universitaria, se fueron apagando paulatinamente estas expectativas mientras el científico acumulaba diversos cargos. Sin negar en esencia esta visión, en el presente trabajo la matizamos un poco al considerar las dificultades objetivas entre las que desarrolló su labor (incendio de la Facultad de Ciencias, guerra civil y dramática posguerra, grave inundación del Jardín Botánico de 1958, etc., al paso que destacamos su poco conocida lección inaugural de curso sobre la historia de la Botánica Española (1925. Se incluye una colección de fotografías de Francisco Beltrán procedentes de su archivo familiar. ABSTRACT: The scientific and academic personality of the naturalist Francisco Beltrán Bigorra, it has been an object up to the present time of diverse studies that agree in considering the promising of his beginnings in the field of the bryology, and how, once reached the university chair, these expectations were going out gradually while the scientist was accumulating some positions. Without denying in essence this vision, in the present work we tint it a bit on having considered the objective difficulties within which he developed his labor (fire of the Faculty of Sciences, civil war and dramatic postwar period, serious flood of the Botanical Garden of 1958, etc., while we emphasize his little known inaugural lesson of the academic year on the history of the Spanish Botany (1925. There is included a collection of Francisco Beltrán’s photographies from his family archive.

  6. Bryophytes Diversity and Flora in the Southern Greater Khingan Mountains%大兴安岭南部山地苔藓植物区系多样性研究

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    萨如拉; 白学良; 毕庚辰; 福英

    2013-01-01

    Bryological field investigations were carried out in the 6 nature reserves of Southern Greater Khingan Mountains during 2009~2012.We collected and identified approximately 1 800 specimens,then calculated and analyzed bryological composition and floristic characteristics of this area; similarity coefficient and euclidean distance of 10 mountains; the diversity index,the species richness,the evenness index and dominance index of 8 kinds of habitat.Our objectives were to provide basic data for construction and management of nature reserve.The results showed that:(1)There were a total of 330 species (including 15 varieties,2 forms and 1 subspecies) of bryophytes belonging to 134 genera and 48 families,among which there were 38 species and 1 varieties of liverworts belonging to 21 genera and 16 families and 274 species,14 varieties,2 forms and 1 subspecies of mosses belonging to 113 genera and 32 families in the 6 nature reserves of Southern Greater Khingan Mountains.(2)Reported 4 species new records of China (Grimmia longirostris Hook.,Schistidium lancifolium (Kindb.) Blom.,Bryum laevifilum Syed.,Homomallium adnatum (Hedw.) Broth.and 12 species new to this area.(3)Dominant families (e.g.Pottiaceae) in this area are adapted to arid habitats.The statistical analysis of the flora elements indicates that it has an absolutely dominant majority of north temperate elements and a proportion of East Asian elements,numbering 60.79%and 16.19%.(4)The region had the highest similarity with Northern Yanshan Mountains and Northern Greater Khingan Mountains;changes of the habitat conditions have certain effect on bryophytes diversity,which is the highest in wet soil habitat and wet rock habitat,the lowest in aquatic habitat.The study reflects that the bryoflora of Southern Greater Khingan Mountains is a transitional zone connecting North China region,North-Eastern China region,Inner Mongolia-Xinjiang region and Yinshan area; compared with Northern Yanshan Mountains and Northern

  7. Bryoflora of Duoyihe Scenic Spot in Luoping County, Yunnan Province%云南罗平多依河景区苔藓植物区系研究

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    李晓娜; 张朝晖; 龙明忠

    2015-01-01

    In order to discuss the bryodiversity and bryolfora of Duoyihe Scenic Spot in Luoping County, Yunnan Province, the taxa and phytogeographical elements of the bryophyte were investigated and analyzed. The results showed that there were 116 species (including subspecies and varieties), belonging to 59 genera and 34 families in Duoyihe Scenic Spot. Both the dominant families and genera indicated that the bryolfora was mostly temperate elements with some subtropic and tropic elements. The areal-types were dominated by North Temperate (27.03%), Tropical Asia (25.23%), East Asia (19.82%), and endemic to China (10.81%); the dominant lforistic elements are tropical elements (34.23%), northern temperate elements (35.14%) and eastern Asia elements (30.63%). Therefore, the characteristics of the bryoflora were that temperate and tropical elements coexist with high endemism. Compared with bryolfora in neighbouring 13 regions, the species abundance of Duoyihe was relatively high (ranked the eighth) and its bryolfora is the closest to Xiangzhigou karst areas in Yunnan-Guizhou Bryological Region due to the close geographic locations, the similar elevations and the same karst-river-valley environment in the two areas.%为了解云南罗平多依河景区的苔藓植物多样性和区系特征,对该区苔藓植物进行了调查,并对其区系地理成分进行了统计分析。结果表明,该区有苔藓植物34科59属116种(含变种和亚种),其优势科、属均反映了该苔藓区系以温带成分为主,并有部分热带亚热带成分。苔藓区系的地理成分复杂,以北温带分布型(27.03%)、热带亚洲分布型(25.23%)、东亚分布型(19.82%)和中国特有分布型(10.81%)占优势;以热带成分、北方温带成分和东亚成分为主导,分别占34.23%、35.14%和30.63%;反映了该苔藓植物区系温热并存且具有较高特有性的特征。与邻近13个地区的苔藓区系进行对比分析,多依河苔藓植物区系

  8. 福建苔类和角苔类植物最新名录与区系分析%Liverworts and Hornworts of Fujian, China: an Updated Checklist and Bryofloristic Accounts

    Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China (English)

    张晓青; 朱瑞良; 黄志森; 陈允泰; 陈文伟

    2011-01-01

    福建地处亚热带,其维管植物多样性已经有过广泛的研究,但其苔类和角苔类植物的多样性却鲜为人知.在本研究中,作者基于先前的苔藓植物文献报道和近期的野外工作以及对华东师范大学标本馆部分馆藏标本的研究结果,编写了福建苔类和角苔类植物的最新名录.福建共有苔类植物41科79属351种,角苔类植物1科4属6种.本研究新增福建苔类新记录82种.福建苔类和角苔类植物区系主要由细鳞苔科(94种),耳叶苔科(32种),羽苔科(25种),扁萼苔科(23种)和指叶苔科(21种)等一些热带和亚热带的大科组成.除种数较多的属以外,63个属的种数不足5种,其中包括33个单种属.福建苔类和角苔类植物的区系地理分布主要以东亚、热带亚洲和北温带成分为主.福建特有种仅Solenostoma parviperianthum一种.与台湾相比,尽管两地植物间具有较高的相似性,福建在苔类和角苔类植物的多样性以及特有成分上都还远不及台湾丰富.%Fujian, located in the subtropics of southeastern China, is a province on the southeast cost of China directly across from Taiwan. Although the diversity of vascular plants of Fujian has been extensively studied, the diversity of liverworts and hornworts of this province is poorly understood. In this study, an updated checklist of Fujian liverworts and hornworts is provided based on published bryological literatures and our recent fieldwork as well assome specimens deposited in the herbarium of East China Normal University. The liverwort and hornwort flora of Fujian consists of 351 species of liverworts belonging to 79 genera in 41 families, and six species of hornworts belonging to four genera in one family. The present paper contributes 82 species as new records for this province. Tropical and subtropical families, such as Lejeuneaceae (94 spp.), Frullaniaceae (32 spp.), Plagiochilaceae (25 spp.),Radulaceae (23 spp.) and Lepidoziaceae (21 spp

  9. Selected Abstracts of the 12th International Workshop on Neonatology; Cagliari (Italy; October 19-22, 2016

    Directory of Open Access Journals (Sweden)

    --- Various Authors

    2016-10-01

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