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bryophytes of Finland

Timo Koponen

bryophytes of Finland

an annotated checklist

by Timo Koponen

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Published by Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland.
    • Subjects:
    • Bryophytes -- Finland.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 71-77.

      StatementTimo Koponen, Pekka Isoviita, and Tapio Lammes.
      SeriesFlora Fennica ;, 6
      ContributionsIsoviita, Pekka, 1931- joint author., Lammes, Tapio, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK533.84.F5 K66
      The Physical Object
      Pagination77, [1] p. ;
      Number of Pages77
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4294776M
      ISBN 109516610226
      LC Control Number78322701

      Some spores protected by sporopollenin have survived and are attributed to early bryophytes. The sporophyte is dependent on the gametophyte and remains permanently attached to it in order to gain nutrition and protection. Smithsonian Inst. In Canada, relatively successful atteml ts have been made to utilize peat so common there. M a n makes essentially no use of bryophytes as food.

      Meesiaceae Musciwith lists of boreal to temperate disjunct species, bipolar species, and widely spread species in New Guinea. B,'yologist But, although it seems acceptable to most that this first land plant, the ancestor of Bryophytes as well as Vascular Plants, arose from the algae, possibly Chlorophyta, there is great diversity of opinion as to the appearance of this hypothetical pre-bryophytic plant because of the two contradictory views about the evolution of the Bryophytes— the Up-grade and Down-grade theories. Hypnum purum is used by anglers as a medium for scouring worms

      Crustose Lichens of Finland Rintala, T. Inside the sporangium, haploid spores are produced by meiosis. Green, flat structures resembling true leaves, but lacking vascular tissue are attached in a spiral to a central stalk or seta. Peat deposits of Ohio. They are generally less than 3 to 6 cm 1.


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Sphagnum moss m a y smother out a high proportion of young black spruce seedlings, thus retarding forest regeneration Smith placed this group between Algae and Pteridophyta. The discovery of the simple vascular plants, Psilophytales showed that their sporophytes, specially those of Homeophyton Homeabear striking relations with those of Anthoceros, Sphagnum and Andreaea.

These m a t s are often densely packed with soil particles retrieved from the moving waters.

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Glenn, G. More moss species appear during Cainozotc. Notes on useful and harmful mosses. Gradstein, R. T h e y still serve as a food source, of varying importance, for m a n y animals. They are groups of green plants which occupy a position between the thallophytes Algae and the vascular cryptogams Pteridophytes.

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The Jungermannineae acrogynous Jungermanniales are more complicated in having foliose gametophytes growing by apical cells having three cutting faces and with archegonia and sporophyte growing on tips of special foliose shoots which have erect tendencies.

Peat mosses change the banks of lakes or shallow bodies of water bryophytes of Finland book solid soil which supports vegetation e.

The Bryophytic life cycle was bryophytes of Finland book by the elaboration of the gametophytic plant and the sporophytic plant becoming a parasite on the gametophyte.

The sporophyte of many mosses have a long continued growth, an bryophytes of Finland book photosynthetic tissue with regular stomata and a regular sterile columella—all in common with the Anthocerotopsida.

The specimens are fragmentary and incomplete like most Hepaticopsida fossils. November 17, The mosses act only indirectly in the precipitation of calcium carbonate, principally by supplying a larger absorptive and adsorptive surface for the evaporation of the calcareous water " In Huntington Canyon in eastern Utah, deposits of calcium and gypsum on Hypnum revolutum extend eight to ten feet in depth and cover areas of several hundred square feet.

The rhizomatous base with mucilage hairs and without rhizoids is similar to that of the Takakiales so that Pyoskauer and others think that the latter actually should be within the Calobryales. Gametangia of both sexes develop on separate gametophores. Hantzsch, B.

Plant body is gametophytic, independent, dominant, autotrophic, either thalloid i. The depth of soil under the moss mats ulay be an ineh or more This is further reduced to the elaters and then vanish.

In the United States moss peat is utilized extensively as an absorbing and deodorizing material. They are said to be the first land plants or non-vascular land plants Atracheata. Fennici 1— Be,'ggren, S.

Whether the m a m m o t h ingested the mosses, more or less by accident, along with grasses is not known. Because these plants are thin and relatively undifferentiated, with little evidence of distinct tissues, the Metzgeriales are sometimes called the "simple thalloid liverworts".Wildlife of Finland is affected by prevailing environmental magicechomusic.comeographically, Finland is shared between sosput, central European, and northern European provinces of the Circumboreal Region within the Boreal magicechomusic.com territory of Finland can be subdivided into three ecoregions: the Scandinavian and Russian taiga, Sarmatic mixed forests, and Scandinavian Montane Birch forest and.

These pages illustrate typical bryophytes from different habitat types and plant communities in Finland. The emphasis is on common species and/or on species of special interest to foreign students. The text is currently only in Finnish and Swedish, but we hope to expand into English soon!

Biological Conservation59, A survey of rare and threatened bryophytes in southwestern Finland Janne Lampolahti & Kimmo Syrjinen University of Turku, Department of Biology, SF, Turku, Finland A survey of threatened bryophytes was conducted in the administrative district of southwestern Finland in Cited by: 4.Genetic Diversity of Nostoc Symbionts Endophytically Associated pdf Two Bryophyte Species José-Luis Costa, 1, * Per Paulsrud, 1 Jouko Rikkinen, 2 and Peter Lindblad 1 Department of Physiological Botany, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University, SE 36 Uppsala, Sweden, 1 and Department of Applied Biology, Botany, FIN Cited by: Bryophytes are an informal group consisting of three divisions of non-vascular land plants (embryophytes): the liverworts, hornworts and mosses.

They are characteristically limited in size and prefer moist habitats although they can survive in drier environments. The bryophytes consist of about 20, plant species.Bryophytes of India ARCHIVE FOR BRYOLOGY 88 () 1 Ebook of the bryophytes of India DIVYA DANDOTIYA, H.

GOVINDAPYARI, SHANTANU SUMAN and PREM L. UNIYAL Department of Botany, University of Delhi-