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6.4: References

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    Cheng, S., Xian, W., Fu, Y., Marin, B., Keller, J., Wu, T., ... & Melkonian, M. (2019). Genomes of subaerial Zygnematophyceae provide insights into land plant evolution. Cell, 179(5), 1057-1067.

    Christenhusz, M. J., & Byng, J. W. (2016). The number of known plant species in the world and its annual increase. Phytotaxa, 261(3), 201-217.

    Gray, J. (1985). The microfossil record of early land plants: advances in understanding of early terrestrialization. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 309, 167-195.

    Lindo, Z., & Gonzalez, A. (2010). The bryosphere: an integral and influential component of the Earth’s biosphere. Ecosystems, 13(4), 612-627.

    Kimmerer, R. W. (2003). Gathering moss: A natural and cultural history of mosses. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.

    McCarthy, M. R. (2007). Bryophyte Influence on Terrestrial and Epiphytic Fern Gametophytes (Doctoral dissertation, Miami University).

    Niklas, K. J. (1986). Evolution of plant shape: design constraints. Tree, 1, 67-72.

    Niklas, K. J. (1997). The evolutionary biology of plants. Chicago, Chicago University Press.

    Rehm, E. M., Thomas, M. K., Yelenik, S. G., Bouck, D. L., & D'Antonio, C. M. (2019). Bryophyte abundance, composition and importance to woody plant recruitment in natural and restoration forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 444, 405-413.

    Staples, G. W., & Imada, C. T. (2006). Checklist of Hawaiian anthocerotes and hepatics. Tropical Bryology, 28, 15.

    Staples, G. W., Imada, C. T., Hoe, W. J., & Smith, C. W. (2004). A revised checklist of Hawaiian mosses. Tropical bryology, 35-68.

    Vitt, D. H., House, M., & Kang, R. (2018). The stability of moss populations on stream banks along two first-order, temperate-forest, headwater streams. The Bryologist, 121(2), 205-213.


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