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陈健斌 [Chen J.-B.] (2011): 中国大陆的梅衣科Ⅵ.梅衣类地衣中的八个中国新记录种 [Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota) lichens from China’s mainland VI. Eight species new to China in parmelioid lichens] - Mycosystema, 30(6): 881-888

[in Chinese with English abstract: ] Parmelioid genera comprise about 40 genera. Some of these genera recently have been combined based on morphological and/or molecular evidence. The 33 genera are currently used with more than 1,500 species. Of which 20 genera with ca. 200 species were recorded in mainland China. Eight species new to China in parmelioid lichens, Arctoparmelia separata, Everniastrum lipidiferum, Everniastrum mexicanum, Flavoparmelia baltimorensis, Myelochroa hayachinensis, Parmelia … EndNote Read more... 

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陈健斌 邓红 [Chen J.-B. & Deng H.] (2011): 魏江春院士及其学术生涯概略 [Academic career of Professor J.C. Wei, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences] - Mycosystema, 30(6): [i-v; not paginated]

[In Chinese] anniversary; Wei. EndNote Read more... 

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陈凯 魏江春 [Chen K. & Wei J.-C.] (2015): 三种荒漠地衣共生菌藻的耐热性研究 [Heat tolerance of the mycobionts and phycobionts from three desert lichens] - Mycosystema, 34(5): 1007-1014

[in Chinese with English abstract:] This paper deals with the heat tolerance of mycobionts and phycobionts isolated from desert lichens Endocarpon pusillum, Acarospora nodulosa, and A. schleicheri. This study is a part of the research program of the desert biological carpet engineering. The results showed that the mycobionts and phycobionts of the three desert lichens can only tolerate the temperature of 50°C under the moist conditions. However, under the arid conditions both the mycobiont and … EndNote Read more... 

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韩乐琳 魏江春 [Han L.-L. & Wei J.-C.] (2009): 南极地衣提取物抗氧化能力的初步研究 [A preliminary study on antioxidant ability of Antarctic lichen extract] - Mycosystema, 28(6): 846-849

[in Chinese with English abstract: ] This paper deals with antioxidant ability of methanol extract from 4 Antarctic lichens, i.e. Usnea aurantiacoatra, Usnea antarctica, Sphaerophorus globosus and Cladonia sp. The antioxidant ability was detected by the linoleic acid, 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) free radical and reducing power systems, and compared with that of commercial antioxidant Vitamin C and butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA). The results showed that the lichens collected from Antarctica … EndNote Read more... 

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高斌 李静 魏江春 [Gao B., Li J. & Wei J.-C.] (2009): 叶生地衣新种——海南肠盘衣 [A new foliicolous lichen——Enterographa hainanensis] - Mycosystema, 28(2): 175-177

[in Chinese with English abstract: ] During the study on foliicolous lichens collected from Hainan Province, a new species, Enterographa hainanensis B. Gao & J.C. Wei, is described in the present paper. A Latin diagnosis, Chinese description and discussion with 3 photographs are given. Key words: Roccellaceae, Arthoniales, Ascomycota. EndNote Read more... 

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魏江春 [Wei J.-C.] (2018): 中国地衣学现状综述 [A review on the present situation of lichenology in China] - Mycosystema, 37(7): 812–818

[in Chinese with English abstract: ] A short review of the lichenology in China is given by the present paper. A concept about the lichen systematic biology with three systems of storage and retrieval as a bridge between biodiversity in the nature and exploration of lichen resources is emphasized. The significance of lichen species and genes in desert biological carpet engineering is discussed. The secret that lichen doesn′t produce secondary metabolites is uncovered, and a new way to solve … EndNote Read more... 

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魏鑫丽 蒋淑华 魏江春 [Wei X.-L., Jiang S.-H. & Wei J.-C.] (2015): 石质文物地衣生物腐蚀及防治的研究进展 [Research progress of lichen biodeterioration and its treatment on stone cultural relics] - Mycosystema, 34(5): 863‐870

[in Chinese with English abstract:] Deterioration of stone cultural relics mainly caused by biotic factors is analyzed, and the present domestic and international situation of preservation, treatment and restoration methods of the cultural relics are reviewed. Lichens are the key organisms causing biodeterioration of stone cultural relics. As compared with the foreign countries, lichens causing deterioration of stone cultural relics and their treatment are still imperfectly known in China. Scientific … EndNote Read more... 

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