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References for Hornworts (alphabetic order by author)

Preliminary list of basic hornwort references.  A more thorough list broken down into categories will be added in the future

·         Asthana, A. K. and S. C. Srivastava. 1991.  Indian Hornworts: a taxonomic study.  J. Cramer, Berlin.

·         Bharadwaj, D. C. 1971. On Folioceros, a new genus of Anthocerotales. Geophyton. 1: 6-15.

·         Brown, R. C. and B. E. Lemmon. 1988. Sporogenesis in bryophytes. Adv. Bryol. 3: 159-223.

·         Buck, W. R. and B. Goffinet. 2000.  Morphology and classification of mosses.  In: The biology of bryophytes, Pp. 71-123. J. Shaw and DB. Goffinet Eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK

·         Burr, F. A. 1969.  Reduction in chloroplast number during gametophyte regeneration in Megaceros flagellaris.  Bryologist 72: 200-209.

·         Duckett, J. G. and K. S. Renzaglia. 1988. Ultrastructure and  development of plastids in bryophytes. Advances in Bryology 3: 33-93.

·         Duff, R. J. and D. L. Nickrent. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships of land plants using mitochondrial small-subunit rDNA sequences. American Journal of Botany 86: 372-386.

·         Garbary, D. J. and K. S. Renzaglia.  1998  Bryophyte phylogeny and the evolution of land plants: Evidence from development and ultrastructure.  In: Bryology for the twenty first century.  Maney &The British Bryological Society , Leeds, UK . Pp. 45-63. W. J. Bates, N. W. Ashton, and J. G. Duckett (eds.)

·         Goffinet, B. 2000.  Origin and phylogenetic relationships of bryophytes.  In: The biology of bryophytes, Pp. 71-123. J. Shaw and DB. Goffinet Eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK

·         Graham, L. E. 1993. Origin of Land Plants. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York.

·         Graham, L. E., C. F. Delwiche and B. D. Mishler. 1991. Phylogenetic connections between the "green algae" and "bryophytes". Advances in Bryology 4: 213-244.

·         Hasegawa, J. 1988. A proposal for a new system of the Anthocerotae, with revision of the genera. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Lab 64.

·         Hasegawa, J. 1990.  Autofluorescence of elaters in the Anthocerotae and its taxonomic significance.   Journal of the Hiraoka Environmental Science Laboratory 3:1-9.

·         Hasegawa, J. 1994. New classification of Anthocerotae. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Lab 76: 21-

·         Hässel de Menéndez, G. G. 1986.  Leisporoceros Hässel n. gen. And Leiosporocerotaceae Hässel n. fam. of Anthocerotopsida.  Journal of Bryology 14: 255-259.

·         Hässel de Menéndez, G. G. 1988. A proposal for a new classification of the genera within the Anthocerotophyta. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Lab 64: 71-86.

·         Heckman, D. S., D. M. Geiser, B. R. Eidell, R. L. Stauffer, N. L. Kardos, and S. B. Hedges. 2001.  Molecular evidence for the early colonization of land by fungi and plants.  Science 293: 1129-1133.

·        Hedderson, T. A., R. Chapman & C. J. Cox. 1998. Bryophytes and the origins and diversification of land plants: new evidence from molecules. Pp. 65-77 in J. W. Bates, N. W. Ashton, & J. G. Duckett (Editors), Bryology for the Twenty-first Century. British Bryological Society.

·         Hyvönen, J. and S. Piippo. 1993. Cladistic analysis of the hornworts (Anthocerotophyta). Journal of the Hattori Botanical Lab 74: 105-119.

·         Karol, K. G., R. M. McCourt, M. T. Cimino, and D. F. Delwiche. 2001.  The closest living relatives of land plants.  Science 294: 2351-2353.

·         Kenrick, P. and P. R. Crane. 1997. The origin and early diversification of land plants: a cladistic study. Smithsonian Institute Press, Washington D.C.

·         Lewis, L. A., B. D. Mishler and R. Vilgalys. 1997. Phylogenetic relationships of the liverworts (Hepaticae), a basal embryophyte lineage, inferred from nucleotide sequence data of the chloroplast gene rbcL. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 7: 377-393.

·         Ligrone, R. and K. S. Renzaglia. 1990.  The sporophyte-gametophyte junction in the hornwort, Dendroceros tubercularis Hatt (Anthocerotophyta).  New Phytologist 114: 497-505.

·         Ligrone, R.,  J. G. Duckett. and K. S. Renzaglia. 2000.  Conducting tissues and phyletic relationships of bryophytes.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 355: 795-813.

·         Ligrone, R., J. G. Duckett and K. S. Renzaglia. 1993. The gametophyte-sporophyte junction in land plants. Advances in Botanical Research 19: 231-317.

·         Lucas, J. R., and K. S. Renzaglia. Structure and function of hornwort stomata. Microscopy and Microanalysis (submitted)

·         Mishler, B. D. and S. P. Churchill. 1984. A cladistic approach to the phylogeny of the bryophytes. Brittonia 36: 406-424.

·         Mishler, B. D. and S. P. Churchill. 1985. Transition to a land flora: phylogenetic relationships of the green algae and bryophytes. Cladistics 1: 305-328.

·         Mishler, B. D., L. A. Lewis, M. A. Buchheim, K. S. Renzaglia, D. J. Garbary, C. F. Delwiche, F. W. Zechman, T. S. Kantz and R. L. Chapman. 1994. Phylogenetic relationships of the “green algae” and “bryophytes”. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 81: 451-483.

·         Nickrent, D. L, Parkinson, Palmer, and R. J. Duff.  2000.  Multigene phylogeny of plants:  hornworts are basal and mosses are sister to liverworts. Molecular Biology Evolution.  17(12):1885-1895.

·         Nishiyama T. and M. Koto. 1999. Molecular phylogenetic analysis among bryophytes and tracheophytes based on combined data of plastid coded genes and the 18s rRNA gene.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 16: 1026-1037.

·         Oostendorp, C. 1987.  The bryophytes from the Palaeozoic and Mezosozoic.  Bryophytorum Bibliotheca 34: 1-112.

·         Piippo, S. 1993. Bryophyte flora of the Huon Peninsula, Papau New Guinea. LIV. Acta Bot. Fennica 148: 27-51.

·         Proskauer, J. 1960. Studies on Anthocerotales. VI. Phytomorphology 10:1-19.

·         Qiu, Y.-L., Y. Cho, J. C. Cox and J. D. Palmer. 1998. The gain of three mitochondrial introns identifies liverworts as the earliest land plants. Nature (London) 394: 671-674.

  •   Renner, S. S., D. B. Froeman, and D. Murray. 2000.  Timing transantarctic disjunctions in the Antheropermataceae (Laurales):  Evidence from coding and noncoding chloroplast sequences.  Systematic Biology 49: 579-591

  • Renzaglia, K. S. and D. J. Garbary. 2001. Motile male gametes of land plants: diversity, development and evolution. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 20: 107-213.

·         Renzaglia, K. S. and K. C. Vaughn.  2000. Morphology and classification of the Anthocerophyta. In: The biology of bryophytes, Pp. 1-20. J. Shaw and DB. Goffinet Eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

·         Renzaglia, K. S. and K. D. McFarland. 1999. Antheridial plants of Megaceros aenigmaticus in the Southern Appalachians: anatomy, ultrastructure and population distribution..  Haussknechtia Beiheft 9 (RICLEF GROLLE-Festschrift): 307-316.

  • Renzaglia, K. S., E. M. Rasch, and L. M. Pike.  1995.  Estimates of nuclear DNA content in bryophyte sperm cells: phylogenetic considerations.   American Journal of Botany 82: 18-25

·         Renzaglia, K.S., R. J. Duff, D. N. Nickrent and D. J. Garbary. 2000. Vegetative and reproductive innovations of early land plants: implications for a unified phylogeny. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 355: 769-793.

·         Richardson, J. B. 1985.  Lower Palaeozoic sporomorphs:  their stratigraphical distribution and possible affinities.  Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society of London, Botany, 309: 201-205.

·         Schuster, R. M. 1984. Morphology, phylogeny and classification of the Anthocerotae. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan,  Japan.

·         Schuster, R. M. 1992. The hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America. Vol. VI. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.

·         Shaw, J. A. 2001.  Biogeographic patterns and cryptic speciation in bryophytes.  Journal of Biogeography 28: 253-261.

·         Tan, B. C.  and T. Pocs. 2000.  Biogeography and conservation of bryophytes.  In: The biology of bryophytes, Pp. 403-448. J. Shaw and DB. Goffinet (Eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.  

  • Udar, R. & Singh, D.K. 1980. An interesting Notothylas (Notothylas vitalii) from Brasil. Miscellanea Bryologica et Lichenologica 8 (9): 173-178.

·         Vaugh, K. C., R. Ligrone, H. A. Owen, J. Hasegawa, E. O. Campbell, K. S. Renzaglia and J. Monge-Najera. 1992.  The anthocerote chloroplast: a review.  New Phytologist 120: 169-190.

·         Vaughn, K. C. and J. D. Harper. 1998. Microtubule organizing centers (MTOCs) and nucleating sites in land plants. International Review of Cytology 181: 75-149.

·         Vaughn, K. C. and K. S. Renzaglia. 1998.  Origin of bicentrioles in anthocerote spermatogenous tissue. In: Bryology for the twenty first century. Maney & the British Bryological Society , Leeds, UK .  Pp. 189-203. W. J. Bates, N. W. Ashton, and J. G. Duckett (eds.)

Updated May 17, 2004

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