Algae and marine phanerogams
are eaten by sea urchins, some species of fish, some gastropod and polyplacophoran molluscs, and some crustaceans.
Chromosome numbers of phanerogams
in Inari Lapland and adjacent regions.
The higher land plants evolved from the telome trusses of the primitive forms along three parallel lines, as indicated in the following table: Primitive Land Plants Lycopsida Sphenopsida Pteropsida Examples Selaginella Equisetum Phanerogams
Lycopodium Ferns Lepidophyta Transitional Protolepido- Hyeniales Protopteridales Groups dendrales
Plant genome; biodiversity and evolution; v.1 Part B: Phanerogams
are completely absent, though they may grow sporadically in soils with characteristics similar to those of takyrs.
Sharma (eds.), Plant Genome: Biodiversity and Evolution: Phanerogams
The species preferred sandy and silty sediments associated with charophytes, phanerogams
(Myriophyllum spicatum L., Potamogeton pectinatus L.), and the green alga Cladophora glomerata (L.) Kutzing.
A list of Pantanal plants, as a result of a 10 year period of field work, offering information on identification, distribution and use reached 1,863 Phanerogams
species (Pott and Pott, 1994).
Volume 1, Part A: Phanerogams
. (ISBN: 1-57808-238-2).
The spores of cryptogams and the pollen of phanerogams
form a special case among fossilized remains.
Bioaccumulation of Hg, Cd, Pb, and Zn in four marine phanerogams
and the alga Caulerpa prolifera (Forsskal) Lamouroux from the east coast of Spain.
This practice is also possible with other propagules of phanerogams
, like tubers or bulbs, which make things even easier for humans.