bryology


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

bryology

[brī′äl·ə·jē]
(botany)
The study of bryophytes.
References in periodicals archive ?
To find out more about these unsung heroes, take a look at the following websites: www.kew.org/bryophytes.html, www.britishbryologicalsociety.org.uk, www.bbsfieldguide.org.uk and www.rbge.org.uk - search for Bryology. To see the earth's timeline and when these and other plants evolved take a look at www.scientificpsychic.com/etc/timeline/timeline.html.
Although the book's coverage assimilates selected materials from the more comprehensive tome Bryophyte Biology edited by Goffinet and Shaw (Cited in IB), Introduction to Bryophytes can stand alone and is suitable for beginning students of bryology with an introductory background in botany.
The history and progress of Philippine bryology were reviewed and summarized by Tan (1992) who discussed in detail the floristic composition and affinity of the archipelagic moss flora (see also Tan 1984).
Gignac, "Distribution of Sphagnum Species, Communities and Habitats in Relation to Climate," Advances in Bryology 5 (1993): 187.
She also taught bryology and plant systematics at the University of Michigan Biological Station (1947-1949, 1951-1953).
Stormer, Per & Per Sunding 1959: A Contribution to the Bryology of the Canary Islands.
Manual of tropical bryology. Tropical Bryology 23: 1-200.
Schuster (ed.), Manual of bryology. Hattory Botanical Laboratory, Ninchinan, Japan.
Hal.: Portugal Journal of Bryology 33(3): 239-240 (Flora).
Participo en congresos internacionales como Global Biodiversity Forum (1996), Symposium on 2000's Bryology (Beijing, 1997) y Southern Connections Congress (Valdivia, 1997), donde presento trabajos o ponencias.
Influences of mature plants and desiccation on, germination of spores and gametophytic fragments of Tortula Journal of Bryology 15: 327-342.