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bryology

[brī′äl·ə·jē]
(botany)
The study of bryophytes.
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Today his name lives on, in rare book lists, on the roll of botanists at Harvard University, and he was mentioned at the 1980 AGM of the British Bryological Society (dealing with the study of mosses) as one of a dozen famous specialists from south-west Yorkshire.
The Natural History Museum is also working with volunteers from the British Bryological Society on a three-year national survey of mosses, liverworts, and hornworts living on arable land.
Her pioneering research and resulting publications on these plants provided important foundations in the development of modern bryological methods and concepts.
As in The Galapagos, bryological collecting on Cocos was at first done by non-specialists, i.e.
Contributions to the bryological flora of the tropical and subtropical forests from the Argentina (Bryophyta, Musci).
The increase of the activity in bryophyte investigation which took place during the last decade has resulted in an increase of the bryological records at regional scale.
IAB International Bryological Conference, MEXICO D.F.
Platt held memberships in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Bryological Society, American Society of Plant Physiologists, Botanical Society of America, Ecological Society of America, and the Torrey Botanical Club.
New records for the bryological checklist of NAVARRA (North Spain)