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Comparative Taxonomic Studies on the Genus Klebsormidium (Charophyceae) in Europe: Cryptogamic Studies, Volume 5

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Series: Cryptogamic Studies Volume: 5
By: Gijsbert M Lokhorst
132 pages, 254 figs
Comparative Taxonomic Studies on the Genus Klebsormidium (Charophyceae) in Europe: Cryptogamic Studies, Volume 5
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  • Comparative Taxonomic Studies on the Genus Klebsormidium (Charophyceae) in Europe: Cryptogamic Studies, Volume 5 ISBN: 9783437308239 Paperback Dec 1996 Out of Print #60545
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This work covers the taxonomy of Klebsormidium species occuring in Western and Central Europe.| In several aspects,the green algal genus Klebsormidium (formerly known as Hormidium) is an important member of charophycean algae. The species play an important role in all kinds of moist terrestrial ecosystems. In addition, the Charophyceae including Klebsormidium are presumed to be closely related to the ancestry of higher land plants.

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Out of Print
Series: Cryptogamic Studies Volume: 5
By: Gijsbert M Lokhorst
132 pages, 254 figs
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