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  1. Calypogeia (Calypogeiaceae, Marchantiophyta) in Pacific Asia: Updates from Molecular Revision with Particular Attention to the Genus in North Indochina
  2. Seasonal Variability of Photosynthetic Microbial Eukaryotes (<3 µm) in the Kara Sea Revealed by 18S rDNA Metabarcoding of Sediment Trap Fluxes
  3. The Mitochondrial Genome of Nematodontous Moss Polytrichum commune and Analysis of Intergenic Repeats Distribution Among Bryophyta
  4. The pico-sized Mamiellophyceae and a novel Bathycoccus clade from the summer plankton of Russian Arctic Seas and adjacent waters
  5. Overview of Schistochilopsis (Hepaticae) in Pacific Asia with the Description Protochilopsis gen. nov.
  6. Picophytoplankton in Blagopoluchia Bay (Novaya Zemlya Archipelago) and Adjacent Part of the Kara Sea
  7. Photosynthetic Picoeukaryotes Diversity in the Underlying Ice Waters of the White Sea, Russia
  8. A new Brachythecium (Brachytheciaceae Bryophyta) from the Russian Far East
  9. White Sea picophytoplankton
  10. Picoplanktonic diatoms of Russian Arctic Seas revealed by metagenome analyze
  11. Correction: Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of the “copper moss” Mielichhoferia elongata reveals independent nad7 gene functionality loss
  12. TAS3 miR390-dependent loci in non-vascular land plants: towards a comprehensive reconstruction of the gene evolutionary history
  13. Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of the “copper moss” Mielichhoferia elongata reveals independent nad7 gene functionality loss
  14. Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of the “copper moss” Mielichhoferia elongata reveals independent nad7 gene functionality loss
  15. Metagenomics of bolidophyceae in plankton and ice of the White Sea
  16. The mitochondrial genome of the moss Brachythecium rivulare (Hypnales, Brachytheciaceae)
  17. Photosynthetic Picoeukaryotes in the Land-Fast Ice of the White Sea, Russia
  18. Phototrophic picoeukaryotes of Onega Bay, the White Sea: Abundance and species composition
  19. On the systematic position of Hymenoloma (Bryophyta)
  20. Phylogeny of the plant 4/1 proteins
  21. Structural evolution of the 4/1 genes and proteins in non-vascular and lower vascular plants
  22. Metagenomic analyses of white sea picoalgae: First data
  23. Moss phylogeny reconstruction using nucleotide pangenome of complete Mitogenome sequences
  24. RPS4 and NAD5 sequences indicate the polyphyly of ditrichaceae and parallelisms in the evolution of haplolepidous mosses
  25. Structure of intergenic spacer IGS1 of ribosomal operon from Schistidium mosses
  26. ПоследовательностиRPS4иNAD5свидетельствуют о полифилии Ditrichaceae и параллелизмах в эволюции гаплолепидных мхов
  27. TAS3 genes for small ta-siARF RNAs in plants belonging to subtribe senecioninae: Occurrence of prematurely terminated RNA precursors
  28. Peculiar Evolutionary History of miR390-Guided TAS3-Like Genes in Land Plants
  29. Disentangling knots of rapid evolution: origin and diversification of the moss order Hypnales
  30. Molecular phylogenetic data on reticulate evolution in the genus Barbilophozia Löske (Anastrophyllaceae, Marchantiophyta) and evidence of non-concerted evolution of rDNA in Barbilophozia rubescens allopolyploid
  31. Molecular Diversity of miR390-Guided Transacting siRNA Precursor Genes in Lower Land Plants: Experimental Approach and Bioinformatics Analysis
  32. Analysis of SCAR marker nucleotide sequences in maize (Zea mays L.) somaclones
  33. The phylogeny of Schistidium (Bryophyta, Grimmiaceae) based on the primary and secondary structure of nuclear rDNA internal transcribed spacers
  34. Genosystematics and new insight into the phylogeny and taxonomy of liverworts
  35. Novel miR390-Dependent Transacting siRNA Precursors in Plants Revealed by a PCR-Based Experimental Approach and Database Analysis
  36. Phylogeny and systematics of the genus Lophozia s. str. (Dumort.) Dumort. (Hepaticae) and related taxa from nuclear ITS1–2 and chloroplast trnL-F sequences
  37. Contribution of genosystematics to current concepts of phylogeny and classification of bryophytes
  38. Phylogeny of the genus Lophozia (Dumort.) Dumort. s. str. inferred from nuclear and chloroplast sequences ITS1-2 and TRNL-F
  39. Support from DNA data for a narrow species concept inSchistidium(Grimmiaceae, Musci)
  40. On resurrection of the families Pseudoleskeaceae Schimp. and Pylaisiaceae Schimp. (Musci, Hypnales)
  41. Intragenomic heterogeneity of the 16S rRNA–23S rRNA internal transcribed spacer amongPseudomonas syringaeandPseudomonas fluorescensstrains
  43. Phylogenetic Analysis of the Lichen Family Umbilicariaceae based on nuclear ITS1 and ITS2 rDNA Sequences
  44. Molecular Data from the Chloroplast rpoC1 Gene Suggest a Deep and Distinct Dichotomy of Contemporary Spermatophytes into Two Monophyla: Gymnosperms (Including Gnetales) and Angiosperms
  45. Towards a molecular phylogeny ofApiaceae subfamilyApioideae: Additional information from nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS sequences
  46. Sequences of rDNA internal transcribed spacers from the chloroplast DNA of 26 bryophytes: properties and phylogenetic utility
  47. Noncoding sequences from the slowly evolving chloroplast inverted repeat in addition to rbcL data do not support gnetalean affinities of angiosperms
  48. 5S rRNA sequences of 12 species of flatworms: implications for the phylogeny of the Platyhelminthes
  49. Sequence and methylation of 5.8S rRNA in fern,Osmunda regalis
  50. Angiosperm origin and early stages of seed plant evolution deduced from rRNA sequence comparisons
  51. Comparative analysis of 5.8 S rRNA from Ephedra kokanica Regl. (Gymnospermae) and other plant species
  52. Primary and secondary structures of chloroplast 4.5S rRNAs from two ferns,Marsilia quadrifoliaandOsmunda regalis
  53. The nucleotide sequence of 5.8S rRNA from the fernMarsilia quadrifoliaL.
  54. The nucleotide sequence of 5.8S rRNA from the mossMnium rugicumLaur.
  55. Nucleotide sequences of cytosolic 5S ribosomal RNAs from two gymnosperms,Gnetum gnemonandEphedra kokanica
  56. Low-molecular-weight rRNAs sequences and plant phylogeny reconstruction: Nucleotide sequences of chloroplast 4.5 S rRNAs fromAcorus calamus (Araceae) andLigularia calthifolia (Asteraceae)
  57. The nucleotide sequence of chloroplast 4.5 S rRNA from Mnium rugicum (Bryophyta ) : mosses also possess this type of RNA
  58. The structure of phage T4 lysozyme in solution noticeably differs from its crystalline structure