Sphagnaceae


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Sphagnaceae

[sfag′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The single monogeneric family of the order Sphagnales.
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Palabras clave: Boyaca, musgos, Sphagnaceae, Sphagnum, Taxonomia.
A well-known example is that of plants from the Sphagnaceae, which by exchanging ions with their surroundings reduce the pH until it becomes detrimental to most other plants and to many microorganisms or animals (Dickinson, 1983; Mason & Standen, 1983; Speight & Blackith, 1983).
Las familias Sphagnaceae, Pilotrichaceae, Orthotrichaceae y Pottiaceae presentaron especies en todas las categorias de amenaza.