Fissidentales


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Fissidentales

[‚fis·ə‚den′tā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of the Bryopsida having erect to procumbent, simple or branching stems and two rows of leaves arranged in one plane.
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All the genera belongs to different orders such as Pottiales, Grimmiales and Fissidentales, chiefly grown on calcareous substrate.
Pottiales, Grimmiales and Fissidentales , d istributions pattern, morphological nature and structural details were studied with the aid of microscope in order to understand the plant.
Dirkse and Grevan (1993) studied Grimmia meteorae from Canary Islands, Spain-variety of mosses belonging to Fissidentales particularly Fissidens.