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Abeleven T.H.A.J. (1891): Flora van Nijmegen. 2e gedeelte. Plantae cellulares - Nederlandsch Kruidkundig Archief, ser. 2, 5: 552–596

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Aberhart D.J., Overton K.H. & Huneck S. (1969): Portentol: a novel polypropionate from the lichen Roccella portentosa - Chem. Comm. [London], 1969: 162-163

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Aberhart D.J., Overton K.H. & Huneck S. (1969): Studies on lichen substances. Part LXII. Aromatic constituents of the lichen Roccella fuciformis DC. A revised structure for lepraric acid - J. Chem. Soc., sect. C , 1969: 704-707

Three aromatic constituents have been isolated from the lichen Roccella fuciformis: lepraric acid (1; R = H), the chromone (2), and ethyl orsellinate. Chemical and spectroscopic evidence is presented for the revised structure (1; R = H) of lepraric acid. EndNote Read more... 

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Abramov I. I. & al. (1971): Opredelitel lisajnikov SSSR I. - Nauka, Leningrad,

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Abramov I. I. & al. (1974): Opredelitel lisajnikov SSSR II. - Nauka, Leningrad,

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Abramov I. I. & al. (1975): Opredelitel lisajnikov SSSR III. - Nauka, Leningrad,

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Abramov I. I. & al. (1977): Opredelitel lisajnikov SSSR IV - Nauka, Leningrad,

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Abramov I. I. & al. (1978): Opredelitel lisajnikov SSSR V. - Nauka, Leningrad,

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Abrego N., Norros V., Halme P., Somervuo P., Ali-Kovero H. & Ovaskainen O. (2018): Give me a sample of air and I will tell which species are found from your region: Molecular identification of fungi from airborne spore samples - Molecular Ecology Resources, 18: 511–524

Fungi are a megadiverse group of organisms, they play major roles in ecosystem functioning and are important for human health, food production and nature conservation. Our knowledge on fungal diversity and fungal ecology is however still very limited, in part because surveying and identifying fungi is time demanding and requires expert knowledge. We present a method that allows anyone to generate a list of fungal species likely to occur in a region of interest, with minimal effort and without requiring … EndNote Read more... 

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Aceto M., Arrais A., Marsano F., Agostino A., Fenoglio G., Idone A. & Gulmini M. (2015): A diagnostic study on folium and orchil dyes with non-invasive and micro-destructive methods - Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 142: 159-168

Folium and orchil are dyes of vegetal origin. Folium is obtained from Chrozophora tinctoria (L.) A. Juss., whereas orchil is obtained from Roccella and other genera of lichens. These dyes were used in the past to impart purple hue to paintings and textiles as substitutes for the more prised Tyrian purple dye, obtained from shellfish. Despite several citations in ancient technical treatises dating back at least to the Greek-Roman age, the identification of these dyes in artworks is rare. In the case … EndNote Read more... 

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