The Marchantiophyta i / m ɑːr ˌ k æ n t i ˈ ɒ f ᵻ t ə / are a division of non-vascular bryophyte land plants commonly referred to as hepatics or liverworts.
representative plants - split into 3 groups . non-vascular plants - liverworts, mosses, hornworts ; vascular, non-seed plants - ferns, fern allies
Introduction There are more than 7000 species of liverworts (Hepaticophyta) alive today, making them a more diverse group than the mammals. Liverworts may be found on ...
Hepaticophyta. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. Contents. 1 Translingual. 1.1 Alternative forms; 1.2 Etymology;
Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Division Hepaticophyta. Click on names to expand them, and on P for ... Division Hepaticophyta – Liverworts :
Liverworts (Hepaticophyta) The old English word wyrt means “plant” or “herb.” Some common liver-worts have flattened gametophytes with lobes resembling those ...
Study online flashcards and notes for Phylum Hepaticophyta including To what category of plants does p. Hepaticophyta belong? : Non-Vascular; What is the common name ...
Hepaticophyta: Systematics. The liverworts are a group of plants that include about 6,000 to 8,000 species. Liverworts are the only major group of land plants that ...
Hepaticophyta; Hepaticae; Hepatophyta orth. error; Alternative classifications ... For more multimedia, look at Marchantiophyta on Wikimedia Commons.
Phylum Hepatophyta [inactive], a member of Plants (Kingdom Plantae) Heads up: this taxon concept is inactive. It has been replaced by Marchantiophyta ...