Sauter l'index du livret et aller au contenu de la page

Évaluation et Rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur le Bryum de Porsild (Mielichhoferia macrocarpa) au Canada

Ouvrages cités

Brassard, G.R., et T. Hedderson. 1983. The distribution of Mielichhoferia macrocarpa, a North American endemic moss. The Bryologist 86:273-275.

Brown, D.H., et G.W. Buck. 1979. Desiccation effects and cation distribution in bryophytes. New Phytologist 82: 115-125.

Cleavitt, N.L. 2001. Disentangling moss species limitations: the role of substrate specificity for six moss species occurring on substrates with varying pH and percent organic matter. The Bryologist 104:59-68.

Cleavitt, N.L. 2002a. Relating rarity and phylogeny to the autecology of mosses: A comparative study of three rare-common species pairs in the Front Ranges of Alberta, Canada. Thèse de Ph.D., Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton (Alberta).

Cleavitt, N.L. 2002b. Stress tolerance of rare and common moss species in relation to their occupied environments and asexual dispersal potential. Journal of Ecology 90:785-795.

Cox, C.J., B. Goffinet, A.E. Newton, A.J. Shaw et T.A. Hedderson. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships among the diplolepideous-alternate mosses (Bryidae) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences. The Bryologist 103(2): 224-241.

Csintalan, Z., M.C.F. Proctor et Z. Tuba. 1999. Chlorophyll fluorescence during drying and rehydration in the mosses Rhytidiadelphus loreus (Hedw.) Warnst., Anomodon viticulosus (Hedw.) Hook. & Tayl. and Grimmia pulvinata (Hedw.) Sm. Annals of Botany 84:235-244.

Deltoro, V.I., A. Calatayud, G. Gimeno et E. Barreno. 1998. Water relations, chlorophyll fluorescence, and membrane permeability during desiccation in bryophytes from xeric, mesic and hydric environments. Canadian Journal of Botany76:1923-1929. [avec résumé en français]

Flowers, S. 1973. Mosses: Utah and the West. Brigham Young University Press, Provo (Utah).

Ignatov, M.S., et O.M. Afonina. 1992. Checklist of the mosses of former USSR. Arctoa 1:1-85.

Montana Natural Heritage Program. 2001. Species information website. Mise à jour du 1er avril 2001 :

NatureServe. 2003. NatureServe Explorer/. Recherche de « Mielichhoferia macrocarpa ».

Oliver, M.J., B.D. Mishler et J.E. Quisenberry. 1993. Comparative measures of desiccation-tolerance in the Tortula ruralis complex I. Variation in damage control and repair. American Journal of Botany 80:127-136.

Oliver, M.J., A.J. Wood et P. O'Mahony. 1998. To dryness and beyond – preparation for the dried state and rehydration in vegetative desiccation-tolerant plants. Plant Growth Regulation 24:193-201.

Robinson, S.A., J. Wasley, M. Popp et C.E. Lovelock. 2000. Desiccation tolerance of three moss species from continental Antarctica. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 27:379-388.

Seel, W.E., G.A.F. Hendry et J.A. Lee. 1992. The combined effects of desiccation and irradiance on mosses from xeric and hydric habitats. Journal of Experimental Botany 43:1023-1030.

Shacklette, H.T. 1967. Copper mosses as indicators of metal concentrations. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1198-G.

Shaw, A.J., et P.E. Rooks. 1994. Systematics of Mielichhoferia (Bryaceae:Musci) I. Morphological and genetic analyses of M. elongata and M. mielichhoferiana. The Bryologist 97:1-12.

Steere, W.C. 1978. The Mosses of Arctic Alaska. J. Cramer, Hirschsberg.

Tuba, Z., M.C.F. Proctor et Z. Csintalan. 1998. Ecophysiological responses of homoiochlorophyllous and poikilochlorophyllous desiccation tolerant plants: a comparison and an ecological perspective. Plant Growth and Regulation 24:211-217.