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Сонина А.В. [Sonina A.V.] (2021): Эпилитный лишайниковый покров в оценке качества прибрежно-водной среды в условиях Карелии [Epilithic lichen cover in assessing the quality of the coastal water environment in Karelia] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(1): 409–413

[in Russian with English abstract: ] The paper summarizes the data obtained by analyzing the reaction of the coastal epilithic lichen cover tothe chemical parameters of water in reservoirs of different types and uses. The study was carried out on the shores of freshwater bodies (Lake Onega, Lake Ladoga, Lososinka, Suna rivers) with different anthropogenic pressures in the Republicof Karelia. At each place of study, the lichen cover was described at the survey sites (frame 10 x 20 cm) along the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Андросова В.И. & Чернышева Т.Н. [Androsova V.I. & Chernisheva T.N.] (2021): Эпифитный лишайниковый покров коллекционных насаждений арборетума Ботанического сада Петрозаводского государственного университета [Epiphytic lichen cover of collection trees of arboretum of the Botanical Garden of Petrozavodsk State University] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(1): 23–27

[in Russian with English abstract: ] At present, 264 species of lichens and allied fungi have been recorded for the territory of the BotanicalGarden of Petrozavodsk State University (Republic of Karelia) and 112 species have been found in its arboretum, wheremore than 200 species of introduced trees grow. The paper presents the results of studying the features of the epiphyticlichen cover of the collection trees of the arboretum of the Botanical Garden of PetrSU (Republic of Karelia). Results of … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Кутенков С.А. & Тарасова В.Н. [Kutenkov S.A. & Tarasova V.N.] (2021): Разнообразие лишайников, мхов и сосудистых растений в ельниках болотно-травяных Пинего-Мезенского междуречья (Архангельская область) [Diversity of lichens, mosses and vascular plants in the paludified herb-rich spruce forests of the Pinego-Mezen watershed (Arkhangelsk Region)] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(1): 255–260

[in Russian with English abstract: ] The paludified herb-rich spruce forests of the Pinego-Mezen watershed are characterized by a high speciesand coenotical diversity. The habitat type (floodplain, stream valley, mire margin) is the main compositional gradientfor vascular plant and moss diversity. The density, basal area and proportion of spruce and deciduous species in thetree stand are less significant. The main compositional gradient of the lichen diversity is the tree stand structure, whichprovides … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Пауков А.Г., Круглова Е.П., Пряхина В.И., Синенко О.С. & Тептина А.Ю. [Paukov A.G., Kruglova E.P., Pryakhina V.I., Sinenko O.S. & Teptina A.Y.] (2021): Накопление элементов в талломах представителей рода Circinaria Link (лихенизированные аскомицеты) в аридных местообитаниях [Accumulation of elements in thalli of representatives of genus Circinaria Link (lichenized ascomycetes) in arid habitats] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(1): 341–342

[in Russian with English abstract: ] Elemental profiles were studied in thalli of a representative of Circinaria from Bogdinsko-Baskunchakskiyreserve (Astrakhan region, Russia). The highest concentration of iron, silica and aluminium were found in the cortex ofthe thalli. In the deeper layers the concentration of the elements decreases but the concentration of aluminium does notdepend on the depth. Iron and aluminium in thalli may act as filters for UV-B as well as heat insulators. Keywords: … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Пауков А.Г., Скопинцева Е.Е., Давыдов Е.А. & Яковченко Л.С. [Paukov A.G., Kruglova E.P., Pryakhina V.I., Sinenko O.S. & Teptina A.Y.] (2021): Изучение разнообразия рода Pertusaria s. l. (лихенизированные аскомицеты) на Хоккайдо [Studies of the diversity of genus Pertusaria s.l. (lichenized ascomycetes) on Hokkaido] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(1): 343–344

[in Russian with English abstract: ] The study of biodiversity of lichens in Hokkaido, Japan, revealed seven species of genus Pertusaria s. l., sixof which are new to the island or whole Japan. The full list of species of Pertusaria s. str. and Lepra known from Hokkaidocomprises 18 species. Keywords: Far East, Japan, Pertusariales, secondary metabolites. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Харпухаева Т.М. [Kharpukhaeva T.M.] (2021): Лишайники в окрестностях алюминиевых комбинатов Иркутской области [The lichens in aluminum plants vicinities of Irkutsk region] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(1): 470–473

[in Russian with English abstract: ] The aim of our work was to assess the diversity of lichens in the forests polluted by the air emissions fromthe Bratsk (BRAZ), Irkutsk (IRKAZ) and Taishet (TAZ) aluminum smelters, as well as in the background (non-polluted)territories, similar to those by natural and forest-growing conditions. 102 wide-distributed lichen species were found onplots. This amount is due to the fact that the wood tier is sparse and forophytes composition is depleted. The lichen … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Черепенина Д.А. & Мучник Е.Э. [Cherepenina D.A. & Muchnik E.E.] (2021): К изучению лихенофлоры парков музея-заповедника Д. И. Менделеева и А. А. Блока (Московская область) [To the study of lichen flora of the parks of the museum-reserve D. I. Mendeleev and A. A. Blok (Moscow oblast)] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(2): 159–169

[in Russian with English abstract: ] The results of lichenological research conducted for the first time in the parks of the museum-reserve D.I. Mendeleev and A. A. Blok (Moscow oblast): «Shakhmatovo» (39.2 ha), «Tarakanovo» (4.5 ha), «Boblovo» (25.4 ha) are presented. 122 species: 115 lichens, 6 non-lichenized fungi and a lichenicolous fungus from 58 genera included in 30 families were identified. 103 species were found in «Shakhmatovo», 61 species in «Tarakanovo» and 60 species in «Boblovo». … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Харпухаева Т.М. [Kharpukhaeva T.M.] (2021): Биогеографический анализ лишайников Баунтовского района (Республика Бурятия) [The biogeographic analysis of lichens of Baunt District (Republic of Buryatia)] - Проблемы ботаники Южной Сибири и Монголии [Problems of Botany of South Siberia and Mongolia], 20(2): 210–214

[in Russian with English abstract: ] The article presentes data analysis of lichens of the Baunt District of the Republic of Buryatia. This region is characterized by a significant area, geomorphological heterogeneity of the surface, an extreme climate and interesting local ecosystems. Local lichens belong to the mountain-boreal biota, since the area is located in the boreal zone of the Hol-arctic. Lichen flora represents different phytogeographical patterns with residual and consistent interchange … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Marginson H., MacMillan G.A., Grant E., Gérin-Lajoie J. & Amyot M. (2023): Rare earth element bioaccumulation and cerium anomalies in biota from the Eastern Canadian subarctic (Nunavik) - Science of The Total Environment, 879: 163024 [12 p.]

Recent increases in the demand for rare earth elements (REE) have contributed to various countries' interest in exploration of their REE deposits, including within Canada. Current limited knowledge of REE distribution in undisturbed subarctic environments and their bioaccumulation within northern species is addressed through a collaborative community-based environmental monitoring program in Nunavik (Quebec, Canada). This study provides background REE values (lanthanides + yttrium) and investigates … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Ikeda M.A., Nakamura H. & Sawada K. (2023): Aliphatic hydrocarbons in the lichen class Lecanoromycetes and their potential use as chemotaxonomic indicators and biomarkers - Organic Geochemistry, 179: 104588 [11 p.]

Lichens are found in a wide range of terrestrial habitats and have important roles in terrestrial ecosystems. However, because lichens are easily decomposed and are rarely preserved as fossils, their paleoenvironmental ecology and evolutionary history remain a mystery. We performed lipid analyses on 29 lichen samples belonging to Lecanoromycetes, the largest class of lichens, from several locations in Japan, to determine their potential for use as taxonomic tools and biomarkers. We found that the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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