After hundreds of years, glacial plant comes back to life

05/27/2013 | ScienceMag.org

Researchers discovered that bryophytes, plants that include mosslike liverworts and mosses, found frozen inside the Teardrop Glacier in the Canadian Arctic for more than 400 years can regrow. The study found that bryophytes are more resilient than previously believed and may have been key to repopulating areas after glaciers melted.

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