Data from: Shape analysis of moss (Bryophyta) sporophytes: insights into land plant evolution

Jeffrey P. Rose, Ricardo Kriebel & Kenneth J. Sytsma
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: The alternation of generations life cycle represents a key feature of land-plant evolution and has resulted in a diverse array of sporophyte forms and modifications in all groups of land plants. We test the hypothesis that evolution of sporangium (capsule) shape of the mosses—the second most diverse land-plant lineage—has been driven by differing physiological demands of life in diverse habitats. This study provides an important conceptual framework for analyzing the evolution...
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