- liv·er·wort (l v r-wûrt , -wôrt ). n.
- Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts
- May 3, 2010 Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan for Bryophytes. Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts.
- Lab 12: Bryophytes : Mosses and Liverworts (and hornworts)
- The sprophyte is the spore bearing part. • Used to be one phyllum (Bryophyta). Now three: Bryophyta (mosses),.
- The Biodiversity of a New England Woodlot Series, Mosses and
- New England Woodlots. -1-.
- A synopsis of Chinese epiphyllous liverworts
- 161. Tropical Bryology 2: 161-166, 1990. A synopsis of Chinese epiphyllous liverworts.
- A Look At The Modern Garden - Through the Looking Glass
- In class I used it to look at the inner parts of flowers, stellate hairs on leaves, tiny plants like liverworts, ferns, and lichens, and tinier insects like aphids and mites.
- Small investment into wildlife offers big rewards
- These days, my concentration is on grasshoppers and conifers, ferns and sparrows, tardigrades and liverworts, penstemons and snails, whiptails and cactuses. In my recent move, a fellow was helping and found me sitting on a box, holding an old book.
- Volunteers add beauty to Rock County parks
- The cliffs support moist cliff species, including bulblet fern, purple cliff brake and liverworts. The site has high conservation value because of the complex biology. The park also contains a historical grave of early settlers.
- Digitization project promises lichens and mosses at our fingertips
- Both mosses, known to scientists as bryophytes (and which in fact include liverworts and hornworts, as well as mosses), and lichens, a botanical amalgam of algae and fungus, have been used as environmental sentinels to monitor changes in air quality.
- Scots poetry inspires Todd & Duncan for Autumn/Winter
- The new colours are a collection of tinted heathered grey melanges, which capture the atmosphere of Scottish Hebridean land and seascapes ranging from lichens, liverworts, mosses and rock formations across the west of Scotland.
- Marchantiophyta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Liverworts are typically small, usually from 2–20 mm wide with individual plants less than 10 cm long, and are therefore often overlooked.
- Liverwort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- Descriptions of the anatomical structures of liverworts.
- One reason liverworts are so curious is that in terms of the evolution of life on Earth, these plants are old.
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