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Fryday A., Cannon P., Coppins B., Aptroot A., Sanderson N. & Simkin J. (2024): Lecideales, including Amygdalaria, Bellemerea, Bryobilimbia, Cecidonia, Clauzadea, Farnoldia, Immersaria, Koerberiella, Lecidea, Lecidoma, Porpidia, Porpidinia and Romjularia (Lecideaeae) and Lopadium (Lopadiaceae) - Revisions of British and Irish Lichens, 40: 1–51

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Bartylak T., Kayastha P., Polishchuk A., Roszkowska M., Bartylak M.M., Rutkowski T., Zacharyasiewicz M. & Kaczmarek Ł. (2024): Terrestrial Tardigrada (water bears) of the Słowiński National Park (Northern Poland) - Diversity, 16(4): 239 [15 p.]

In this paper, samples of mosses, lichens and cryptogams (mosses mixed with lichens) collected from Słowiński National Park (northern Poland) were studied for water bears (Tardigrada). In total, 27 tardigrade taxa were identified: 21 to the species level, one identified as „cf.” and three to the genus level, with six species (Eremobiotus ginevrae, Hypsibius dujardini, Hypsibius scabropygus, Milnesium beasleyi, Minibiotus intermedius and Notahypsibius pallidoides) being new records for Poland. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bomble F.W. (2024): Cladonia rangiformis – Falsche Rentierflechte (Cladoniaceae) und Tortella inclinata – Geneigtes Spiralzahnmoos (Pottiaceae), Flechte und Moos des Jahres 2023 - Jahrbuch des Bochumer Botanischen Vereins, 15: 233–247

[in German : ] lichen and moss of the year 2023 presented URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Stapper N. (2024): Exkursion: Düsseldorf-Oberbilk, Flechten und Moose im Volksgarten - Jahrbuch des Bochumer Botanischen Vereins, 15: 149–151

[in German: ] Report on lichenological and bryological excursion in area of Düsseldorf (Rhine-Palatine) URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Stephan J. (1923): Moos- und Flechtenfresser unter den Raupen - Entomologisches Jahrbuch, 1923: 95–100

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Yenigun S., Ipek Y., Marah S., Demirtas I. & Ozen T. (2024): DNA protection, molecular docking, antioxidant, antibacterial, enzyme inhibition, and enzyme kinetic studies for parietin, isolated from Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr. - Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 42(2): 848–862

Parietin was isolated from Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr.’ (methanol:chloroform) extract, using a silica column. 13 C NMR and 1H NMR were used to confirm the structure of the isolated parietin. For the first time, parietin was investigated for its antioxidant, antibacterial and DNA protective activities. Molecular docking was carried out to determine the binding affinity and interactions between the enzymes and our molecule. Inhibition and kinetic mechanism studies for the action of the enzymes were … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Bourman R.P., Murray-Wallace C.V., Panda D., Buckman S., Banerjee D., Ryan D.D. & White L.T. (2024): Tsunami or storm? A high-level coastal boulder field on the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula, South Australia - Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 71(1): 52–66

A high-level coastal boulder field at Whalers Way, southern Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, occurs at elevations of 20–30 m above present sea-level on a gently seaward-sloping, karst-weathered calcretecapped structural bench, formed on the Upper Pleistocene Bridgewater Formation and underlying Carnot Gneisses (Archean–Paleoproterozoic Sleaford Complex). More than 1000 ex situ boulders, cobbles and pebbles of gneiss and mafic igneous rocks, as well as fragments of calcrete, occur within the boulder … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Miettinen J., Hallikainen V., Valkonen S., Hökkä H., Hyppönen M. & Rautio P. (2024): Natural regeneration and early development of Scots pine seedlings after gap cutting in northern Finland - Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 39(2): 89–100

In the northern boreal region, tree growth, timber yields and economic returns are low, meaning low regeneration costs are the basis of profitable forestry. If natural regeneration is successful, it may be favoured over expensive planting or seeding. We studied the regeneration success and early growth of Scots pine in gaps in terms of seedling density and height 10 years after gap cuttings in central Finnish Lapland. Three gap sizes (diameters of 20, 40, and 80 m) were studied on patch scarified xeric … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Haukenes V.L., Åsgård L., Asplund J., Nybakken L., Rolstad J., Storaunet K.O. & Ohlson M. (2022): Spatial variation of surface soil carbon in a boreal forest – the role of historical fires, contemporary vegetation, and hydro-topography - Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 37: 287–294

Knowledge about the spatial variation of boreal forest soil carbon (C) stocks is limited, but crucial for establishing management practices that prevent losses of soil C. Here, we quantified the surface soil C stocks across small spatial scales, and aim to contribute to an improved understanding of the drivers involved in boreal forest soil C accumulation. Our study is based on C analyses of 192 soil cores, positioned and recorded systematically within a forest area of 11 ha. The study area is … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Dufour B., Hébert F. & Boucher J.-F. (2024): Temporal changes in forest floor carbon stocks following scarification in boreal lichen woodlands - Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 39(2): 101–109

Uncertainties remain regarding the carbon (C) loss due to scarification in afforested lichen woodlands (LW), which originate from regeneration failures of closed-crown black spruce- feathermoss stands due to compounded disturbances. Therefore, the objective of this study was to characterize the C stock changes in the forest floor of scarified, unharvested LWs. Ten afforestation trials were established from 1999 to 2014 in LWs in the managed boreal forest of Québec. Ground surface layers were … URL EndNote Read more... 

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