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Host preference of bryophytes composition from Northern Nigeria

References Draper I., Mazimpaka V., Alber tos B., Gar i l let i R. & Lara F. (2005). A survey of the bryophyte flora of the Rif and Tazzeka Mountains (northern Morocco). − Journal of Bryology 27: 23-34 Frahm J.-P. (2002). Ecology of bryophytes along altitudinal and latitudinal gradients in Chile. − Tropical Bryology 21: 6-79 Hallingback T. & Tan B. C. (2010). Past and present strategies and future strategy of bryophyte conservation. − Phytotaxa 9: 266-274 Hietz P. (1999). Diversity and

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Interesting records of bryophytes from Silesia Province (Poland)

-Poznań. Ochyra R., Żarnowiec J. & Bednarek-Ochyra H. (2003): Census Catalogue of Polish Mosses. Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, pp. 372, Kraków. Plášek V. & Stebel A. (2002): Bryophytes of the Čantoryjský hřbet range (Czantoria range) and its foothills (Western Carpathians - Czech Republic, Poland). - Čas. Slez. Muz. Opava (A), 51: 1-87 Schumacker R., Martiny P. /in collaboration with R. Düll, T. Hallingbäck, N. Hodgetts, C. Sérgio, N. Stewart, E. Urmi i J. Váňa/ (1995): Threatened bryophytes in Europe

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Variability of bryophytes and lichens on a forested coastal dune Tõotusemägi in Southwestern Estonia

References Andersson, L. I., Hytteborn, H. 1991. Bryophytes and decaying wood - a comparison between managed and natural forest. - Holarctic Ecology, 14, 121-130. Crites, S., Dale, M. R. T. 1998. Diversity and abundance of bryophytes, lichens, and fungi in relation to woody substrate and successional stage in aspen mixedwood boreal forests. - Canadian Journal of Botany, 76, 641-651. Esseen, P. A., Ehnström, B., Ericson, L., Sjöberg, K. 1997. Boreal forests. - Ecological Bulletin, 46

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Solid Phase Extraction of Bryophyte Lipids / Briofītu lipīdu cietfāzes ekstrakcijas frakcionēšana

References 1. Asakawa, Y. Biologically active compounds from bryophytes. Pure Applied Chemistry, 2007, vol 4, N 79, pp. 557−580. http://dx.doi.org/10.1351/pac200779040557 2. Chemical constituents of bryophytes: bio- and chemical diversity, biological activity, and chemosystematics (Progress in the chemistry of organic natural products), Maksimova, V., Klavina, L., Bikovens, O., Zicmanis, A., Purmalis, O. Structural characterization and chemical classification of some bryophytes found in Latvia. Chem. Biodiver. 2013, 10(7), 1284

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Epiphytic bryophytes in urban forests of Wrocław (SW Poland)

References A lvey A. A. 2006. Promoting and preserving biodiversity in the urban forest. Urban forestry and Urban Greening 5: 195-201. doi: 10.1016/j.ufug.2006.09.003 B arkman J. J. 1958. Phytosociology and ecology of cryptogamic epiphytes. I-XIII + 628 pp. Van Gorcum & Comp. N.V., Assen. B ates W., P roctor M. C. F., P reston C. D., H odgetts N. G. & P erry A. R. 1997. Occurrence of epiphytic bryophytes in a ‘tetrad’ transect across southern Britain. 1. Geographical trends in abundance and evidence of recent change. J Bryol 19: 685

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Distribution of epiphytic bryophytes in Wroclaw in relation to urban-use complexes

References B arkman J. J. 1958. Phytosociology and ecology of cryptogamic epiphytes. 628 pp. Van Gorcum & Comp., Assen. B erdowski W. 1988. Flora mchów Ogrodu Botanicznego we Wrocławiu. Acta Univ. Wratisl. 974, Pr. Bot. 29: 47-59. D avies L., B ates J. W., B ell J. N. B., J ames P. W. & P urvis O. W. 2006. Diversity and sensitivity of epiphytes to oxides of nitrogen in London. Environmental Pollution 146: 299-310. Doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2006.03.023 D uckett J. & P ressel S. 2009. London’s changing bryophyte flora. Field Bryology 98

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Bryophytes of the ‘Torfowisko Bory’ ecological area in Sosnowiec (Silesian Upland, Poland)

Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków: pp. 23-33. Ochyra R. , Żarnowiec J . , Bednarek-Ochyra H. (2003): Census Catalogue of Polish Mosses. W Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków. Stebel A. (2005): Musci macroregioni meridionali Poloniae exsiccati. Fasciculus XLIII (No. 1401-1450). Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Katowice: pp. 15. - (2006a): New bryophyte data for mineral workings in Upper Silesia (Poland). In: A. Nowak & G. Hebda (eds), Biodiversity of quarries and pits

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Additions to the bryophyte floras of Angola and São Tomé & Príncipe

Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (LW). The Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Lviv, 134 pp. Müller F. (2006): Bryophytes of Bioko (Equatorial Guinea). Results of an excursion in 2002. – Tropical Bryology 27: 9-17. Müller F. (2015): About 150 years after Welwitsch – a first more extensive list of new bryophyte records for Angola. – Nova Hedwigia 100: 487-505. Müller F. & Pócs T. (2007): A contribution to the knowledge of epiphyllous bryophytes of Bioko Island (Equatorial Guinea), including additional remarks on non-epiphyllous species

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The inventory of bryophytes in Radhošť National Natural Reserve (Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts, Czech Republic)

References Kučer a J., Váňa J. & Hradílek Z. (2012): Bryophyte flora of the Czech Republic: updated checklist and Red List and a brief analysis. - Preslia 84: 813-850.

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Liverworts, mosses and hornworts of Afghanistan - our present knowledge

References Bibliography of Afghan bryophytes and general references Aitchison J.E.T. (1881–1882): On the flora of the Kuram valley, Afghanistan. – J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 18–19: 1-113, 139-200. Ando H. (1976): Studies on the genus Hypnum Hedw. (III.). – J. Sci. Hiroshima Univ. Ser. B, Div. 2 (Bot.) 16: 1-6. Arts T. (2001): A revision of the Splachnobryaceae (Musci). – Lindbergia 26: 77-96. Bischler H. (1978): Plagiochasma Lehm. et Lindenb. II. Les taxa Européens et Africains. – Rev. Bryol. Lichén. 44: 223-300. Bischler H. (1979

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