Hookeriales

Hookeriales

[hu̇‚kir·ē′ā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of the mosses with irregularly branched stems and leaves that appear to be in one plane.
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The outgroup taxa include 12 families and 17 species from the Hypnales and, two families and six species from Hookeriales. Among these, Cyclodictyon lorentzii (Mull.Hal.) W.
a taxon that is, in fact, external to Cryphaea and Cryphaeaceae) we decided to select Cyclodictyon (Pilotrichaceae, Hookeriales) for rooting and include species from a large number of related families and orders.
Another view of familial delimitation in the Hookeriales. Journal of Hattori Botanical Laboratory 64: 29-36.
A cladistic evaluation of relationships between the Hookeriales, the Sematophyllaceae and some other taxa.
A cladistic overview of the "Hookeriales" Lindbergia, 21(3): 107-143.
Taxonomic and nomenclatural rearrangements in the Hookeriales with notes on West Indian taxa.
polyantha 11-Pyp/ TAS3a,d,f Hookeriales Hookeria lucens 49-H/ TAS3b,c,e Pohlia nutans Pnu-30698 TAS3a,d,f Bryales Plagiomnium medium 41-Pme/ TAS3a,d,f Ptychostomum 72-Pps/ pseudotriquetrum TAS3a,d,f P.
Taxonomic and nomenclatural rearrangement in the Hookeriales with notes on West Indian taxa.
Another view of familial delimitation in Hookeriales. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 64: 29-36.
The Pilotrichaceae (Hookeriales) of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Entre los primeros caben destacarse sus contribuciones sobre Hookeriales (1975), Bartramiaceae (1987) y Amblystegiaceae (2000) para la Flora Criptogamica de Tierra del Fuego; dos capitulos en colaboracion con G.