Definition of Order sphagnales

1. Noun. Coextensive with the genus Sphagnum; in some classifications isolated in a separate subclass.

Exact synonyms: Sphagnales
Generic synonyms: Plant Order
Group relationships: Bryopsida, Class Bryopsida, Class Musci, Musci
Member holonyms: Genus Sphagnum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Sphagnales

order Sclerodermatales
order Scleroparei
order Scorpionida
order Scrophulariales
order Secotiales
order Selaginellales
order Siluriformes
order Siphonaptera
order Siphonophora
order Sirenia
order Solenichthyes
order Solenogastres
order Spatangoida
order Sphaeriales
order Sphaerocarpales
order Sphagnales
order Sphenisciformes
order Spirochaetales
order Squamata
order Stegocephalia
order Stereospondyli
order Stomatopoda
order Strigiformes
order Struthioniformes
order Synentognathi
order Taxales
order Temnospondyli
order Testacea
order Testudinata
order Testudines

Literary usage of Order sphagnales

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1. Manual of the Geology of Connecticut by William North Rice, Herbert Ernest Gregory (1908)
"Nova Scotia to Ohio, south to Florida and Louisiana; Europe. REF. Evans, 28, 173. Howe, 48, 16. [Subclass Musci] order sphagnales FAMILY ..."

2. Principles of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen, Bradley Moore Davis (1906)
"The peat mosses (order Sphagnales) are very remarkable for their structure and life habits. There is only a single genus, Sphagnum, with about two hundred ..."

3. Principles of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen, Bradley Moore Davis (1906)
"The peat mosses (order Sphagnales) are very remarkable for their structure and life habits. There is only a single genus, ..."

4. Journal of Applied Microscopy by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company (1903)
"Order, Sphagnales. Family, Sphagnaceae. The peat or bog mosses grow in and near water in swamps, bogs, and other wet places. The species named above is ..."

5. Botany for High Schools by George Francis Atkinson (1910)
"The peat mosses belong to a distinct order (Sphagnales) of the mosses. They are.called peat mosses because the accumulation of the dead ..."

6. Botany for High Schhools by George Francis Atkinson (1912)
"The peat mosses belong to a distinct order (Sphagnales) of the mosses. They are called peat mosses because the accumulation of the dead parts for centuries ..."

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