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Spore Morphology of Chinese Bryophytes [Chinese]

By: Zhang Yu-Long(Editor), Wu Peng-Chen(Editor)
339 pages, 178 plates
Spore Morphology of Chinese Bryophytes [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific name index

Spore Morphology of Chinese Bryophytes describes 83 families, 177 genera and about 270 species of the spores of the bryophytes have observed. In the present monograph, the representative families, genera and species of china are introduced, and among them except the main characters of families and genera, the spore morphological description, ecological habitat and geographical distribution of each species are introduced. As well, 178 plates of light microscope and scanning electron microscope pictures are included. Most of the pictures are firstly published in science.

In the system of this book, Takakiopsida is the first time to treat as independent class, which is the most primitive one paralleling with Hepaticae, Anthocerotae and Musci as people known.

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By: Zhang Yu-Long(Editor), Wu Peng-Chen(Editor)
339 pages, 178 plates
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