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Koopaie M., Karimi H., Sohrabi M. & Norouzi H. (2023): Cytotoxic, anti‑proliferative, and apoptotic evaluation of Ramalina sinensis (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes), lichenized fungus on oral squamous cell carcinoma cell line; in‑vitro study - BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies, 23: 296 [15 p.]

Background: Scientists and medical professionals are actively striving to improve the efficacy of treatment methods for oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC), the most frequently occurring cancer within the oral cavity, by exploring the potential of natural products. The active pharmacological compounds found in lichenized fungi have shown potential for aiding in cancer treatment. Recent research aims to evaluate the impact of the lichenized fungus Ramalina sinensis (R. sinensis) on the cell viability … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Ortiz‑Rivero J., Garrido‑Benavent I., Heiðmarsson S. & de los Ríos A. (2023): Moss and liverwort covers structure soil bacterial and fungal communities differently in the Icelandic highlands - Microbial Ecology , 86: 1893–1908

Cryptogamic covers extend over vast polar tundra regions and their main components, e.g., bryophytes and lichens, are frequently the first visible colonizers of deglaciated areas. To understand their role in polar soil development, we analyzed how cryptogamic covers dominated by different bryophyte lineages (mosses and liverworts) influence the diversity and composition of edaphic bacterial and fungal communities as well as the abiotic attributes of underlying soils in the southern part of the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Asghar H.S., Fayyaz I., Iqbal M.S., Afshan N.S. & Khalid A.N. (2023): Two new records of genus Diploschistes (lichenized Ascomycota, Thelotremataceae) from Pakistan - Biology Bulletin, 50(5): 870–875

In this study, a number of specimens of the genus Diploschistes were collected from different areas of Pakistan and characterized using morpho-anatomical and molecular techniques. The present work revealed that collected specimens belong to two species of genus Diploschistes i.e. Diploschistes gypsaceus and D. neutrophilus which are additions to the lichen biota of Pakistan. Complete morpho-anatomical descriptions, ecology and distribution, along with ITS-based molecular analysis are provided. Keywords: … EndNote Read more... 

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Yang J., Woo J.-J., Oh S.-Y., Kim W. & Hur J.-S. (2023): Fungal community inside lichen: a curious case of sparse diversity and high modularity - Environmental Microbiome, 18: 73 [11 p.]

Background Lichens represent not only the mutualism of fungal and photosynthetic partners but also are com‑ posed of microbial consortium harboring diverse fungi known as endolichenic fungi. While endolichenic fungi are known to exert a remarkable infuence on lichen ecology through their crucial roles in nutrient cycling, bioprospect‑ ing and biodiversity, the enigmatic community structures of these fungal inhabitants remain shrouded in mystery, awaiting further exploration and discovery. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Kurbatov A.A. & Sonina A.V. (2023): Growth of epilithic lichen under the conditions of South Karelia - Biology Bulletin, 50: 850–859

[Russina original published in Izvestiya Akademii Nauk, Seriya Biologicheskaya, 2023, No. 5, pp. 477–486] On the territory of the Kivach State Nature Reserve (Northwestern Russia, Republic of Karelia) in the supralittoral conditions of the banks of the Suna River, the growth characteristics of three epilithic lichen species, Bellemerea alpina, Lecidea lapicida, and Protoparmeliopsis muralis, were studied. Data were analyzed over an 11-year follow-up period. For each thallus studied, a growth model … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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del Campo E.M., Gasulla F., Hell A.F., González‑Hourcade M. & Casano L.M. (2023): Comparative transcriptomic and proteomic analyses provide new insights into the tolerance to cyclic dehydration in a lichen phycobiont - Microbial Ecology , 86: 1725–1739

Desiccation tolerance (DT) is relatively frequent in non-vascular plants and green algae. However, it is poorly understood how successive dehydration/rehydration (D/R) cycles shape their transcriptomes and proteomes. Here, we report a comprehensive analysis of adjustments on both transcript and protein profiles in response to successive D/R cycles in Coccomyxa simplex (Csol), isolated from the lichen Solorina saccata. A total of 1833 transcripts and 2332 proteins were differentially abundant as a … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Voigt C., Virkkala A.-M., Gosselin G.H., Bennett K.A., Black T.A., Detto M., Chevrier-Dion C., Guggenberger G., Hashmi W., Kohl L., Kou D., Marquis C., Marsh P., Marushchak M.E., Nesic Z., Nykänen H., Saarela T., Sauheitl L., Walker B., Weiss N., Wilcox E.J. & Sonnentag O. (2023): Arctic soil methane sink increases with drier conditions and higher ecosystem respiration - Nature Climate Change, 13: 1095–1104

Arctic wetlands are known methane (CH4) emitters but recent studies suggest that the Arctic CH4 sink strength may be underestimated. Here we explore the capacity of well-drained Arctic soils to consume atmospheric CH4 using >40,000 hourly flux observations and spatially distributed flux measurements from 4 sites and 14 surface types. While consumption of atmospheric CH4 occurred at all sites at rates of 0.092 ± 0.011 mgCH4 m−2 h−1 (mean ± s.e.), CH4 uptake displayed distinct diel … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Kłos A., Wierzba S., Świsłowski P., Cygan A., Gruss Ł., Wiatkowski M., Pulikowski K., Ziembik Z., Dołhańczuk‑Śródka A., Rajfur M., Jerz D., Piechaczek‑Wereszczyńska M., Rosik‑Dulewska C. & Wieczorek P. (2023): The significance of heterophasic ion exchange in active biomonitoring of heavy metal pollution of surface waters - Scientific Reports, 13: 16500 [12 p.]

We have carried out studies to examine the possibility of using biosorbents: the epigeic mosses Pleurozium schreberi (Willd. ex Brid.) Mitt., and the epiphytic lichens Hypogymnia physodes (L.) Nyl. in active biomonitoring of heavy metal pollution of surface waters. The dried sea algae Palmaria palmata (L.) Weber & Mohr were used as the third biosorbent. The studies were conducted in the waters of the Turawa Reservoir, a dam reservoir with a significant level of eutrophication in south-western … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Mahaney W.C. (2023): Polybius: decipherer of Hannibal’s alpine route and ancient stratigrapher - International Journal of Earth Sciences, 112: 1989–1995

After interviewing surviving soldiers of Hannibal’s alpine invasion of Italia and sketching out the Punic Army route, Polybius, a Greek general serving as advisor to Scipio Aemilianus, retraced the Hannibalic invasion of 218 BC, in or about 150 BC. Polybius later recounted Hannibal’s route from Cartagena through the Pyrénées and Gaul (France) to the Rhône River, crossing near Arles, north to Orange, Drôme River to the Durance, diversion to the Guil River, and on to the Col de la Traversette. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Muggia L., Martello S. & Tretiach M. (2023): A Special Issue dedicated to Professor Pier Luigi Nimis - The Lichenologist, 55(5): 151-151

This Special Issue is dedicated to Professor Pier Luigi Nimis on the occasion of his 70th birthday and retirement. It was our aim to publish papers addressing the three major research fields that Pier Luigi dealt with during his career: systematics and taxonomy, biomonitoring and ecology, and data resources and digitization. The papers in this Special Issue provide a vivid overview of the state of the art in the three research fields, and they reflect on Pier Luigi's outstanding contribution to lichenology. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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