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Chenia: Volume 12

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By: Wu Peng-Cheng(Editor), Benito C Tan(Editor), Zhang Li(Editor), Jia Yu(Editor)
191 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Chenia: Volume 12
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  • Chenia: Volume 12 ISBN: 9787502795412 Paperback Jul 2016 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

CHENIA: Contributions to Cryptogamic Biology, Volume 12 contains the following 21 contributions:

1. Status and prospect of Brachytheciaceae (Bryophyta) in China
2. SEM observation of peristome ornamentations of selected Orthotrichum species from Xinjiang, China, with comments on the evolution of peristomes
3. Campylium radicale (P. Beauv.) grout (Amblystegiaceae), a new record to China
4. Lobatiriccardia yakusimensis (Hatt.) Furuki, a newly recorded species and notes on the genus Lobatiriccardia (Aneuraceae, Hepaticae) in China
5. Four new records of Bryum (Bryaceae, Musci) in China
6. A review of the East Asiatic genera and endemic genera of the bryophytes in China
7. The first moss collection from Dee Island of South Shetland Islands in Antarctica
8. Sample preparation of moss specimens for scanning electron microscope (SEM)
9. Compositions and antifungal activities of essential oils extracted from Thuidium assimile (Mitt.) Jaeg. (Thuidiaceae, Bryopsida)
10. A preliminary study on bryophytes in karst rocky farmland of Huaxi district, Guiyang city, Guizhou Province
11. Notes on the bryophytes of Qianling Mountain Range in Guiyang, Guizhou Province, southwest China, with a new annotated checklist
12. Biodiversity of bryophytes and their metal concentrations in Xiaochong karst bauxite area, Guizhou province
13. The bryological investigation of the polluted karst environment in Guizhou Branch Alumina Factory, China
14. The bryophytes found in artificial trench in karst mountainous area in Guizhou Province of China
15. A preliminary study on Bryophytes in Maotai Town of Guizhou Province
16. Bryological literatures of China II
17. The bryophyte study in Shandong Province and a brief introduction of Bryoflora of Shandong
18. The English version of the introduction page of the Bryophyte Flora of Guizhou
19. Introduction of Flora of North America, Volume 28
20. An introduction of the bryophyte herbarium of Natural History Museum in Finland
21. Brief introduction of recent publications of bryophytes

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Proceedings Journal / Magazine
By: Wu Peng-Cheng(Editor), Benito C Tan(Editor), Zhang Li(Editor), Jia Yu(Editor)
191 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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