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Intracapsular spore germination in Brachymenium leptophyllum (Müll. Hal.) A. Jaeger (Bryaceae, Bryopsida) - an achorous strategy

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Intracapsular spore germination to support habitat maintenance is reported for the first time in the autoecious moss Brachymenium leptophyllum from South Arabia. New plants establish immediately near the mother plant, thus lowering the risk of extinction by long range dispersal.
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Keywords: ACHORY; BRYOPHYTES; DISPERSAL; LIFE STRATEGIES; SOUTH ARABIA

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2004

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