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Abay, G. and Çetin, B. (2003): The moss flora (Musci) of Ilgaz Mountain National Park. — Turk. J. Bot. 27 : 321–332. Çetin B. The moss

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Asthana, A. K. and Sahu, V. (2012): Two mosses new to Western Himalayan bryoflora. - Phytotaxonomy 12 : 63–67. Sahu V Two mosses new to

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References Bruehl , P. ( 1931 ): A census of Indian mosses with analytical keys to the genera . – Rec. Bot. Surv. India 13 ( 1 ): 1 – 135

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References Bruehl , P. ( 1931 ): A census of Indian mosses with analytical keys to the genera . — Rec. Bot. Surv. India 13 ( 1 ): 1 – 135

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Acta Botanica Hungarica
Authors: Gy. Rabnecz, I. Keresztényi, Gy. Isaák, I. Jócsák, Zs. Varga and E. Peli

): Photosynthetic responses of forest-floor moss species to elevated CO 2 level by a natural CO 2 vents. — Cer. Res. Com. 33 : 177–180. Tuba Z. Photosynthetic responses of forest

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): The moss flora of Mexico. 2. Orthotrichales to Polytrichales. – Mem. New York Bot. Gard . 69: 581 – 588 . Pursell , R. A. and Allen , B. H. ( 2007 ): Erpodiaceae . – In: Flora

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using the cellular distribution of metals in moss. — Sci. Total. Environ. 187 (2): 153–161. Brumelis G. A biomonitoring method using the cellular distribution of metals in moss

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Radiocesium (134Cs and137Cs) activity levels in mosses from the Black Sea area, northern Turkey, are reported following the Chernobyl accident during the period of 1989–1991. The cesium radionuclides were detected and measured in all the samples but other longlived radionuclides such as144Ce and106Ru were measured in only one sample. The present data support the fact that radioactivity monitoring in mosses can be useful to determine the lasting effect of radioactive contamination.

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A simple, sensitive and selective method is described for the simultaneous determination of plutonium and americium in lichen and moss samples which can be used as the atmospheric radioactivity bioindicators. Plutonium is separated from a HCl leaching solution by a Microthene-TNOA column; americium is separated by a KL-HDEHP column and purified by PMBP-TOPO extraction. A special attention has been paid to the decontamination of plutonium and americium from210Po. Ten lichen and 12 moss samples from tree trunks have been analyzed: starting from 2 g sample, the average yields and the detection limits were 70.2±12.5% and 28 mBq/kg for plutonium and 70.0±15.1% and 34 mBq/kg for americium. The concentrations (mBq/kg) ranged from 28 to 4960 for239,240Pu, from 28 to 171 for238Pu and from 34 to 1930 for241Am, respectively.

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An intercomparison of data obtained for a moss reference material (Hylocomium splendens) used as biomonitor of atmospheric deposition by different multi-element techniques is presented. In total 43 elements (Na, Mg, Al, Cl, K, Ca, Sc, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Se, Br, Rb, Sr, Zr, Ag, Sn, Sb, I, Cs, Ba, La, Ce, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Tm, Yb, Lu, Hf, Ta, W, Au, Th, U) were determined using inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), conventional instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA), epithermal neutron activation analysis (ENAA) and as well as shorttime neutron activation analysis without and with a6LiD-converter. Advantages and drawbacks of each method are discussed. The introduction of moss reference materials for atmospheric multi-element deposition studies involving nuclear analytical techniques is strongly recommended.

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