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Dethlefs M. & Kaiser T. (2000): Kehren die Bartflechten zurück? Beobachtungen aus der Südheide - Beiträge zur Naturkunde Niedersachsens, 53: 22–29

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Poelt J. (1989): Maximilian Steiner 1904-1988. Ein Nachruf - Berichte der Bayerischen Botanischen Gesellschaft, 60: 219–223

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Bhagarathi L.K., Da Silva P.N.B. & Subramanian G. (2024): Lichen-host plant specificity on citrus plant species in coastal agroecosystems at No. 63 Benab, Berbice, Guyana - World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 21(1): 2342–2355

This was a preliminary study into host-plant lichen specificity at two coastal agroecosystems sites at No. 63 Benab, Berbice, Guyana. For each of the two sites, sampling plots of 2000 meter square (2000 m2) were demarcated and at 50 m × 40 m study plots were established. Healthy mature trees were identified in each plot to assess the lichen communities host-plant specificity. Twine was used to mark the trunks of 40 healthy individual trees in the North, South, East, and West quadrants (each measuring … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bhagarathi L.K., Da Silva P.N.B., Subramanian G., Maharaj G., Kalika-Singh S., Pestano F., Phillips-Henry Z. & Cossiah C. (2023): An integrative review of the biology and chemistry of lichens and their ecological, ethnopharmacological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic potential - GSC Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23(3): 92–119

This purpose of this paper is to review and evaluate published literature on the biology and chemistry of lichens and their ecological, ethnopharmacological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic potential. A systematic method was used to gather literature on “the biology and chemistry of lichens and their ecological, ethnopharmacological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic potential.” A total of fifty-five research papers published between the years 1963 to 2022 were selected and utilized for this review. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bhagarathi L.K., Maharaj G., Da Silva P.N.B. & Subramanian G. (2022): A review of the diversity of lichens and what factors affect their distribution in the neotropics - GSC Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 20(3): 27–63

The purpose of this paper is to review published literature on the diversity of lichens and the factors that affect its distribution in the neotropics. The systematic method was used to research works of literature on “Diversity of lichens and what factors affect their distribution in the neotropics.” A total of forty-nine research papers published between the years 1996 to 2021 was selected and utilized for this review. The results obtained was presented in tables. A subjective approach was … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Rashmi S. & Rajkumar H.G. (2019): Diversity of lichens along elevational gradients in forest ranges of Chamarajanagar district, Karnataka state - International Journal of Scientific Research in Biological Sciences, 6(1): 97–104

The lichen species richness in Chamarajanagar district in Karnataka, India were assessed using altitudinal gradient, in order to compare distribution patterns of different growth forms, dominant families and diversity index. Four major forest ranges, Biligiriranga Hills, Himavad Gopalaswamy Hills, Malay Mahadeshwara Hills, and Shivanasamudra Falls were surveyed and a total of 97 lichens, belonging to 47 genera and 25 families were recorded. Physciaceae was found to be dominant family by 18 … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bacchus B.R. & Da Silva P.N.B. (2021): A preliminary investigation of corticolous lichen diversity in urban and suburban sites in New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana - International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 11(2): 277–286

The aim of this study was to document and compare the corticolous lichen species diversity present on barks of trees at four study sites in urban and suburban environments in New Amsterdam, Guyana. A 50m by 20m plot was demarcated within each of the four sites. Healthy mature trees within the each were sampled to determine species richness, evenness and diversity of corticolous lichens communities. Forty-one healthy individual trees from five species were sampled using (10cm by 50cm) ladder … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bacchus B.R. & Da Silva P.N.B. (2021): Host plant specificity of corticolous lichens in urban and suburban New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana - GSC Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 14(1): 101–108

In this study, host plant - lichen specificity was investigated. Data was collected from 1000m2 sampling plots at each of four locations with an established 50m x 20m plot at each site. Forty-one trees from across five species were examined using (10cm by 50cm) ladder quadrats on tree trunks (N, S, E, W) at 150cm height. A total of 14978 individual lichens were identified that yielded 10 families, 13 genera and 18 species. Swietenia mahagoni showed the highest average corticolous lichen species … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hollinger J., Scott P.A. & Lendemer J.C. (2024): Two new species of lichenicolous Arthonia (Arthoniaceae) from southeastern North America highlight the need for comparative studies of lichen parasites and their hosts - Bryologist , 127(1): 2–21

Arthonia frostiicola and A. galligena are described as new to science based on collections from mountainous regions of southeastern North America. Arthonia frostiicola infects the saxicolous lichen Dirinaria frostii, producing emarginate black apothecia which erupt from within the host thallus. It is characterized by a dark hypothecium and 1-septate, obovoid ascospores which turn brownish and verruculose in age. It is known from five collections made in the southern Appalachian Mountains and Ozark … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Yavuz M. (2020): Lichens in al-Biruni’s Kitab al-Saydanah fi al-Tibb - Early Science and Medicine, 25(2): 152–172

Lichens are understood to be symbiotic organisms consisting of mycobiont and photobiont partners. This mutual partnership results in the production of unique secondary metabolites, which are used in contemporary pharmacy and medicine. The purpose of this study is to explore the uses of lichens in a particular period of medieval pharmacology: it retraced the relevant Arabic terms for, and descriptions of, lichens in the Kitab al-Saydanah fi al-Tibb , the “Book of Pharmacy in Medicine” written … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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