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Chirva O.V., Nikerova K.M., Ignatenko R.V., Androsova V.I. & Tarasova V.N. (2023): Superoxide dismutase and catalase activity as an indicator of the ontogenetic state of the threatened lichen Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm. in the middle boreal subzone - Russian Journal of Plant Physiology, 70: 76 [7 p.]

It is well-known that the switch of an organism ontogenetic state is accompanied with the change in metabolic status, especially, the activity of antioxidant system enzymes. However, there is still lack of knowledge about the internal changes which occur during the shift between ontogenetic stages in lichens. In this study, superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) activities were measured for Lobaria pulmonaria thalli from middle boreal subzone on the Karelian Republic territory. We have … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1896): Analecta Australiensia - Bulletin de l’Herbier Boissier, 4: 87–96

Australia, Leptogium tremelloides var. limbatum, Calicium obconicum, Calicium wilsoni, Stereocaulon ramulosum v. compactum, Stereocaulon humile, Clathrina aggregata v. pygmaea, Cladonia squamosa Hoffm. v. pachypoda, Ramalina geniculata Hook. f. et Tayl. v. compacta, Ramalea cochleata, Stictina Mougeotiana f. isidiosa, Sticta flavissima Müll.Arg. v. simulans, Stictina rigida, Theloschistes chrysophthalmus v. fornicatus, Parmelia albata, Parmelia tiliacea Ach. v. convexula, Parmelia tenuirimis Tayl. … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1896): Ueber einige Flechten vom Monte Rosa - Berichte der Schweizer Botanischen Gesellschaft, 6: 53–54

Alectoria jubata var. depressula, Parmelia lanata var. minuscula, Gyrophora anthracina, Placodium concolor var. angustum, Placodium concolor var. pulvinatum, Lecidea confluens var. steriza, Lecidea vitellinaria, Lecidea (Sporastatia) tephrodes, Buellia (Karschia) leptolepis, Rhizocarpon oederi EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Poulsen-Silva E., Gordillo-Fuenzalida F., Atala C., Moreno A.A. & Otero M.C. (2023): Bioactive lichen secondary metabolites and their presence in species from Chile - Metabolites, 13(7): 805 [35 p.]

Lichens are symbiotic organisms composed of at least one fungal and one algal species. They are found in different environments around the world, even in the poles and deserts. Some species can withstand extreme abiotic conditions, including radiation and the vacuum of space. Their chemistry is mainly due to the fungal metabolism and the production of several secondary metabolites with biological activity, which have been isolated due to an increasing interest from the pharmaceutical community. However, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1896): Lichenes colensoani a reverendiss. Colenso in Nova Zelandia septentrionali prope Napier lecti, et nuperius missi, in herbario reg. kewensi servati, quos determinavit - The Journal of the Linnean Society London, Botany, 32: 197–208

Collemaceae, Epiconiaceae, Discocarpeae, Thamno-Phylloblastae, Kryoblastae, Pyrenocarpeae EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1896): Lichenes. – In: Reinecke, F., Die Flora der Samoa-Inseln - Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie, 23: 291–299

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van den Boom P.P.G., Lücking R. & Sipman H.J.M. (2023): Notes on Graphidaceae in Macaronesia, with descriptions of four new species - Diversity, 15(7): 817 [21 p.]

A survey of the lichen family Graphidaceae in Macaronesia (Madeira, the Canary Islands, and the Azores) is presented, with detailed treatments for the genera Allographa, Fissurina, and Graphis. All other species are listed and new records provided. A key to all Graphicacy known from Macaronesia, except the thelotremoid species, is presented. The following species are newly described: Fissurina azorica, Fissurina elaiocarpoides, Fissurina nigrolabiata, and Topeliopsis juniperina. Many species are … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1895): Pyrenocarpeae Queenslandiae - Report of the Australian Association for the Advancement of Science, Brisbane, 6: 449–466

Australia, Pyrenocarpous Lichens, Queensland EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Golubkina N., Tolpysheva T., Lapchenko V., Lapchenko H., Pirogov N., Zaitsev V., Sękara A., Tallarita A., Stoleru V., Murariu O.C. & Caruso G. (2023): Comparative evaluation of antioxidant status and mineral composition of Diploschistes ocellatus, Calvatia candida (rostk.) [sic!] Hollós, Battarrea phalloides and Artemisia lerchiana in conditions of high soil salinity - Plants, 12(13): 2530 [16 p.]

Natural reserves play a fundamental role in maintaining flora and fauna biodiversity, but the biochemical characteristics of such ecosystems have been studied in an extremely fragmentary way. For the first time, mineral composition and antioxidant status of three systematic groups of organisms, lichens (Diplischistes ocellatus), mushrooms (Calvatia candida and Battarrea phalloides) and wormwood (Artemisia lerchiana) have been described at the territory of Bogdinsko-Baskunchak Nature Reserve (Astrakhan … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Chircov C., Bîrcă A.C., Dănciulescu L.A., Neacșu I.A., Oprea O.-C., Trușcă R.-D. & Andronescu E. (2023): Usnic acid-loaded magnetite nanoparticles—A comparative study between synthesis methods - Molecules, 28(13): 5198 [14 p.]

Since cancer is a continuously increasing concern for the general population, more efficient treatment alternatives ought to be developed. In this regard, a promising direction is represented by the use of magnetite nanoparticles (MNPs) to act both as a nanocarrier for the targeted release of antitumoral drugs and as hyperthermia agents. Thus, the present study focused on improving the control upon the outcome properties of MNPs by using two synthesis methods, namely the co-precipitation and microwave-assisted … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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