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Kantvilas G. (1996): Tasmania: its vegetation and lichens - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 1-10

biogeography, history, tasmania, 5 fig. Includes overview of maaor vegetation types, a brief history, and biogeographic elements. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Gilbert O. (1996): A neglected habitat: reservoir drawdown zones - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 41-41

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Hawksworth D.L. (1996): Parmelia caperata reaches central London - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 45-45

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Smith C. (1996): Lichens on the internet - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 51-53

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Copins B.J. & Coppins S. (1996): Action plan for lower plants in Scotland - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 53-54

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Bowen H. (1996): Why have species of Lobaria declined in the past century? - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 55-55

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Hitch C. [ed.] (1996): New, rare or interesting British lichen records - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 56-65

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Coppins B.J. (1996): Literature pertaining to British lichens – 19 - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 78: 65-71

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Ansari B.K., Shukla A.K., Upreti D.K. & Bajpai R. (2023): Accumulation of cadmium in transplanted lichen Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl., with reference to physiochemical variation and kinetics of cadmium biosorption - Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 110: 67 [8 p.]

The present study aims to signify the role of Pyxine cocoes (Sw.) Nyl. (P. cocoes) as cadmium (Cd) biomonitor in atmosphere. This was achieved by quantifying the amount of Cd accumulated in transplanted P. cocoes, when stimulated with known concentrations of Cd (5µM, 50µM, 100µM, 150µM and 200µM) at increasing intervals of time up-to 40 days. All the five concentrations exhibited increasing trend of accumulation with time. As depicted by Pearson’s Correlation (at prker parameters … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Banerjee S., Ram S.S., Mukhopadhyay A., Jana N., Sudarshan M. & Chakraborty A. (2023): Potential of epiphytic lichen Pyxine cocoes, as an indicator of air pollution in Kolkata, India - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India, Sect. B Biological Sciences, 93(1): 165–180

The accumulation of trace elements in the thalli of epiphytic lichens can reveal levels of trace elements in the ambient air. This study assessed the trace elements in lichen species Pyxine cocoes found in the urban and periurban areas of Kolkata. Trace elemental analysis was carried out using energy-dispersive X-ray fuorescence and protoninduced X-ray emission spectroscopy. Variable levels of elements like Mn, Fe, Cu, Zn, Cr, V and Pb, are detected in the thalli of P. cocoes collected … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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