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Adamska E. & Juśkiewicz W. (2018): Visualisation of the influence of habitat on lichen occurrence, Toruń, Poland - Journal of Maps, 14(1): 9–16

The main aim of the paper was a visual comparison of lichen distribution with urban environmental factors. This paper presents a cartographic method for representing the spatial distribution of anthropogenic and natural factors in atmospheric air pollution and prevalent elements of the natural environment and their correlation to occurrences of two selected lichen species – the acidophilous Hypogymnia physodes and the nitrophilous Xanthoria parietina in the area of Toruń (Central Poland). … EndNote Read more... 

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Adamska E., Filbrandt-Czaja A. & Richert A. (2018): Contribution of selected lichens species of the genus Cladonia on the heathlands in Toruń (N, Poland) - Ecological Questions, 29(1): 21–29

The study presents data on the distribution of selected species of lichens – Cladonia furcata (Huds.) Schrad., C. rangiferina (L.) Weber ex F.H. Wigg. and C. uncialis (L.) Weber ex F.H. Wigg. in Toruń and along its southern boundary - on a heathland on the military training ground. A comparison was carried out of the research findings on the occurrence of the analysed species against variable habitat conditions over a period of nearly 40 years. The occurrence of Cladonia uncialis was most frequently … EndNote Read more... 

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Adamson C., McCabe S., Warke P.A., McAllister D. & Smith B.J. (2013): The influence of aspect on the biological colonization of stone in Northern Ireland - International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 84: 357-366

The rate and type of biological colonization of stone is influenced by a wide array of environmental factors in addition to substrate characteristics. A series of experiments was designed to compare the rate and type of biological colonization of stone at varying locations over a 21-month time period. Exposure trials were set up at nine different sites across Northern Ireland that covered a wide variety of environmental conditions. To determine aspect-related differences in colonization, blocks of … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Adawadkar B, Makhiaa U (2004): A new isidiate species of Graphis from India - Lichenologist, 36(6): 361-363

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Adawadkar B. & Makhija U. (2006): New species and new records of Graphis from India: transseptate species with completely carbonized exciples and norstictic acid - Mycotaxon, 96: 51-60

Graphis albidofarinacea sp. nov., G. cinnamomea sp. nov., G. colliculoides sp. nov., G. kollaimalaiensis sp. nov., G. nirgocarpa sp. nov., G. verruciformis sp. nov., and G. nilgiriensis sp. nov. All species are reported from Tamil Nadu except G. verruciformis (Kerala) EndNote Read more... 

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Adawadkar B. & Makhija U. (2007): New species and new records of Graphis from India with partially carbonized exciples and transseptate ascospores - Mycotaxon, 99: 303-326

Graphis alboglaucescens sp. nov. (Karnataka), G. eburnea sp. nov. (Karnataka), G. filiformis sp. nov. (Karnataka), G. meghalayaensis sp. nov. (Meghalaya), G. salacinilongiramea sp. nov. (Karnataka), G. subvittata sp. nov. (Karnataka), and G. valparaiensis sp. nov. (Tamil Nadu). Nine other taxa are new to India EndNote Read more... 

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Addison J.B. (1985): Application of pyrolysis-chemical ionisation mass spectrometry to lichenology - Analyst, 110: 933-935

A procedure for pyrolysis-mass spectrometry is described and mass pyrograms are presented. Protonated molecular ions are observed that permit the characterisation of thermally labile lichen substances, gyrophoric acid and tenuiorin, by using a computerised mass spectrometer in the chemical ionisation mode. EndNote Read more... 

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Addison P. A. (1984): Quantification of branch dwelling lichens for detection of air pollution impact - Lichenologist, 16: 297-304

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Ade A. & Klement O. (1954): Über die einstige und derzeitige Verwendung von Flechten, insbesondere in Bayern, zu technischen oder sonstigen Zwecken - Berichte der Bayerischen Botanischen Gesellschaft, 30: 5–8

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Adenubi O.T., Famuyide I.M., McGaw L.J. & Eloff J.N. (2022): Lichens: An update on their ethnopharmacological uses and potential as sources of drug leads - Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 298: 115657 [25 p.]

Ethnopharmacological relevance: Lichens, a unique symbiotic association between an alga/cyanobacterium and a fungus, produce secondary metabolites that are a promising source of novel drug leads. The beauty and importance of lichens have not been adequately explored despite their manifold biological activities such as anticancer, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic and antiparasitic. Aim of the study: The present review collates and discusses the available knowledge … URL EndNote Read more... 

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