Definition of Family Jungermanniaceae

1. Noun. Comprising the leafy members of the order Jungermanniales.

Exact synonyms: Jungermanniaceae
Generic synonyms: Moss Family
Group relationships: Jungermanniales, Order Jungermanniales

Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Jungermanniaceae

family Iguanidae
family Iguanodontidae
family Indicatoridae
family Indriidae
family Ipidae
family Irenidae
family Iridaceae
family Isoetaceae
family Istiophoridae
family Isuridae
family Ixodidae
family Juglandaceae
family Juncaceae
family Juncaginaceae
family Jungermanniaceae (current term)
family Kalotermitidae
family Kasuwonidae
family Kinosternidae
family Kyphosidae
family Labridae
family Lacertidae
family Lactobacillaceae
family Lactobacteriaceae
family Lamiaceae
family Laminariaceae
family Lamnidae
family Lampridae
family Lampyridae

Literary usage of Family Jungermanniaceae

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Natural History of the Toronto Region, Ontario, Canada by Canadian Institute (1849-1914), J H Faull (1913)
"Found repeatedly at York Mills. Family Metzgeriaceae. Aneura multifida, Dum. Rich woods. Common. family Jungermanniaceae. Bazzania trilobata (L.), SF Gray. ..."

2. Journal of Applied Microscopy by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company (1903)
"Family, Jungermanniaceae. This rather large, scaly liverwort is very abundant on the bark of trees. It may be kept for a long time in good condition in a ..."

3. Plant Life of Alabama: An Account of the Distribution, Modes of Association by Charles Theodore Mohr (1901)
"Mobile County, with the last. Louisianian area. Family JUNGERMANNIACEAE. PLAGIO CHI I, AD amort. ..."

4. Essentials of College Botany by Charles Edwin Bessey, Ernst Athearn Bessey (1914)
"... the gametophyte is usually a thal- lus as in the liverworts already described, but in the higher family (Jungermanniaceae) it is a creeping, leafy stem. ..."

5. Annual Report by Columbus Horticultural Society, Columbus, Ohio (1894)
"The most of our representatives belong to the family Jungermanniaceae, which contains all the leafy forms and some thalloid forms. To the question where and ..."

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