Definition of Bryophyta. Meaning of Bryophyta. Synonyms of Bryophyta

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Definition of Bryophyta

Bryophyta
Bryophyta Bry*oph"y*ta, n. pl. See Cryptogamia.

Meaning of Bryophyta from wikipedia

- Bryophyta may refer to: MossesBryophyta in the strict sense; a specific group of leafy nonvascular plants, now regarded as Division Bryophyta Bryophytes...
- Mosses, the taxonomic division Bryophyta (/braɪˈɒfɪtə/, /ˈbraɪ.oʊfaɪtə/) or the bryophytes (/ˈbraɪəfaɪts/), are small, non-vascular flowerless plants...
- bryon "tree-moss, oyster-green" and φυτόν, phyton "plant". The term "Bryophyta" was first suggested by Braun (1964).[citation needed] G.M. Smith placed...
- Parent page: Flora of Canada This is a listing of the non-vascular plants of Canada, and includes the mosses, liverworts and hornworts. IDD - incomplete...
- Buck, W. R.; Shaw, A. J. (2008). "Morphology and Cl****ification of the Bryophyta". In Goffinet, B.; Shaw, J. (eds.). Bryophyte Biology (2nd ed.). New York:...
- Chlorokybophyceae that have since been sequenced. The cl****ification of Bryophyta is supported both by Puttick et al. 2018, and by phylogenies involving...
- flora in rain forest habitats. The three living divisions are the mosses (Bryophyta), hornworts (Anthocerotophyta), and liverworts (Marchantiophyta). Originally...
- In botany, the receptacle refers to vegetative tissues near the end of reproductive stems that are situated below or encase the reproductive organs. In...
- according to the various authors). The other genera are currently limited to one species each. "Cl****ification of the Bryophyta". Retrieved 2016-04-04....
- Buck, W.R. "Cl****ification of extant moss genera". Cl****ification of the Bryophyta. Retrieved 7 April 2020. Buck, William R. & Bernard Goffinet. (2000) "Morphology...
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