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Dicranella

Dicranella (plant)

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Dicranella is a genus of moss belonging to the family Dicranaceae.[1]The genus was first described by Karl Müller.[1]The genus has cosmopolitan distribution.[1]

Dicranella Heteromalla is found to have a satisfactory holotype.[2] The Dicranella Heteromalla possesses an structured designed to endure acidic environments. In addition, is has multipurpose systems that allow a satisfactory adaption. For example, the wild rhizoid system of D. Heteromalla forms a dense, matted network of filaments of different diameters, which evidences that its major role is solute uptake rather than anchorage.[3]

Species:

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Dicranella (Müll.Hal.) Schimp". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 18 February 2021.
  2. ^ Ellis, Leonard T; Price, Michelle J (March 26, 2021). "Review of the type specimens for Hedwig's species of Dicranella (Dicranaceae)". Journal of Bryology. 35 (4): 275–289. doi:10.1179/1743282013Y.0000000069. ISSN 0373-6687. S2CID 87699104.
  3. ^ Duckett, J. G.; Matcham, H. W. (1995). "Studies of protonemal morphogenesis in mosses VII. The perennial rhizoids and gemmiferous protonema of Dicranella heteromalla (Hedw.) Schimp". Journal of Bryology. 18 (3): 407–424. doi:10.1179/jbr.1995.18.3.407. ISSN 0373-6687.
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Dicranella (plant): Brief Summary

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Dicranella is a genus of moss belonging to the family Dicranaceae.The genus was first described by Karl Müller.The genus has cosmopolitan distribution.

Dicranella Heteromalla is found to have a satisfactory holotype. The Dicranella Heteromalla possesses an structured designed to endure acidic environments. In addition, is has multipurpose systems that allow a satisfactory adaption. For example, the wild rhizoid system of D. Heteromalla forms a dense, matted network of filaments of different diameters, which evidences that its major role is solute uptake rather than anchorage.

Species:

Dicranella acroclada Cardot, 1915
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