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Pinna D. (2024): Physical and mechanical methods for the removal of lithobionts—A review - Coatings, 14(3): 272 [21 p.]

This paper describes and discusses the results of scientific experiences of the physical and mechanical methods used to control and inhibit the growth of lichens and biofilms that grow on indoor and outdoor historical stone artworks. It provides an extensive selection and examination of international papers published in the last two decades on the issue. The great advantage of physical and mechanical methods lies in the lack of potential risks associated with the irreversible application of microbicides. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Crous P.W., Costa M.M., Kandemir H., Vermaas M., Vu D., Zhao L., Arumugam E., Flakus A., Jurjević Ž., Kaliyaperumal M., Mahadevakumar S., Murugadoss R., Shivas R.G., Tan Y.P., Wingfield M.J., Abell S.E., Marney T.S., Danteswari C., Darmostuk V., Denchev C.M., Denchev T.T., Etayo J., Gené J., Gunaseelan S., Hubka V., Illescas T., Jansen G.M., Kezo K., Kumar S., Larsson E., Mufeeda K.T., Piątek M., Rodriguez-Flakus P., Sarma P.V.S.R.N., Stryjak-Bogacka M., Torres-Garcia D., Vauras J., Acal D.A., Akulov A., Alhudaib K., Asif M., Balashov S., Baral H.-O., Baturo-Cieśniewska A., Begerow D., Beja-Pereira A., Bianchinotti M.V., Bilański P., Chandranayaka S., Chellappan N., Cowan D.A., Custódio F.A., Czachura P., Delgado G., De Silva N.I., Dijksterhuis J., Dueñas M., Eisvand P., Fachada V., Fournier J., Fritsche Y., Fuljer F., Ganga K.G.G., Guerra M.P., Hansen K., Hywel-Jones N., Ismail A.M., Jacobs C.R., Jankowiak R., Karich A., Kemler M., Kisło K., Klofac W., Krisai-Greilhuber I., Latha K.P.D., Lebeuf R., Lopes M.E., Lumyong S., Maciá-Vicente J.G., Maggs-Kölling G., Magistà D., Manimohan P., Martín M.P., Mazur E., Mehrabi-Koushki M., Miller A.N., Mombert A., Ossowska E.A., Patejuk K., Pereira O.L., Piskorski S., Plaza M., Podile A.R., Polhorský A., Pusz W., Raza M., Ruszkiewicz-Michalska M., Saba M., Sánchez R.M., Singh R., Śliwa L., Smith M.E., Stefenon V.M., Strašiftáková D., Suwannarach N., Szczepańska K., Telleria M.T., Tennakoon D.S., Thines M., Thorn R.G., Urbaniak J., van der Vegte M., Vasan V., Vila-Viçosa C., Voglmayr H., Wrzosek M., Zappelini J. & Groenewald J.Z. (2023): Fungal Planet description sheets: 1550–1613 - Persoonia, 51: 280–417

Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Argen- tina, Neocamarosporium halophilum in leaf spots of Atriplex undulata. Australia, Aschersonia merianiae on scale insect (Coccoidea), Curvularia huamulaniae isolated from air, Hevansia mainiae on dead spider, Ophiocordyceps poecilometigena on Poecilometis sp. Bolivia, Lecanora menthoides on sandstone, in open semi-desert montane areas, Sticta monlueckiorum corticolous in a forest, Trichonectria … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Contardo T. & Loppi S. (2024): Assessing environmental justice at the urban scale: The contribution of lichen biomonitoring for overcoming the dichotomy between proximity-based and distribution-based approaches - Atmosphere, 15(3): 275 [15 p.]

In this study, we tested the use of lichen biomonitoring techniques for the assessment of air quality disparities at the urban scale. We based our evaluation on the results of a previous lichen biomonitoring study carried out in Milan (Northern Italy), which estimates the contamination by potentially toxic elements (PTEs) and its distribution over the area, also providing an evaluation of the main emission sources. Therefore, we used the traditional methodologies for environmental justice assessment: … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zhang T.‐T., Grube M. & Wei X.-L. (2023): Host selection tendency of key microbiota in arid desert lichen crusts - iMeta, 2(6): e138 [11 p.]

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Grube M. (2024): [Chapter 6] Lichens - In: Hsueh Y.-P. & Blackwell M. (eds), Fungal Associations, The Mycota 9, p. 145–178, Springer, Cham

Lichenized fungi initiate their symbiotic structures from microscopic stages after recog-nition of compatible algae. The partnerships ultimately emerge as complex macroscopic phenotypes which are unrivaled in the fungal kingdom by their resilience and durability. This chapter presents an overview of lichen symbioses and covers the morphology and systematics of the fungal phenotypes, as well as their associations with diverse photobionts. This is followed by a coarse overview of eco-physiology and … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Wang Y., Wei X., Hu Y. & Xu J.-R. (2024): Umbilicaria muhlenbergii: A model for studying molecular mechanisms regulating initial fungal symbiotic interactions with algal cells - In: Hsueh Y.-P. & Blackwell M. (eds), Fungal Associations, The Mycota 9, p. 181–193, Springer, Cham

Lichens are known for their importance in evolution and ecology but our knowledge of molecular mechanisms regulating symbiont interactions in lichen symbiosis is very lim-ited. Recent studies have shown that Umbilicaria muhlenbergii has a relative fast growth rate and is amenable to molecular genetic studies for efficiently generating transformants and targeted gene disruption mutants. It is the only known dimorphic lichen-forming fungus, and pseudohyphal growth is associated with symbiotic interactions … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Bisht K., Upadhyay S., Rawal R.S. & Joshi Y. (2023): Lichen diversity in high elevations of Western Himalaya with special reference to treeline ecotone: conservation and indicator value - In: Singh S.P., Reshi Z.A. & Joshi R. (eds.), Ecology of Himalayan Treeline Ecotone, p. 307–338, Springer, Cham

The tree line ecotone, which lies between subalpine forests and the alpine grasslands, offers special habitats and niches for several unique, representative, and sensitive biodiversity elements. Present study,with a focus on distribution patterns of macrolichens, attempts to describe such elements in high-altitude landscape associated with Tungnath, west Himalayan treeline ecotone. Two representative elevation transects [Kalsir–Chandrashila (KCT), 2080–3677 m asl and Pothibhasha–Chandrashila … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Bajpai R.,Singh C.P. & Upreti D.K. (2023): Community-level lichen diversity assessment in alpine zone of Indian Himalaya: Climate change implications - In: Singh S.P., Reshi Z.A. & Joshi R. (eds.), Ecology of Himalayan Treeline Ecotone, p. 339–359, Springer, Cham

Lichens have prolonged history as excellent biomonitors of air pollutants and their responses are documented in climate change assessment. Lichen species composition within a community and change in composition are powerful tools to retrieve information about changes in climate, air quality and biological processes in the area. In this study, the composition of lichen communities in sub-alpine (3000–3500 m), moist alpine scrub (3500–4000 m) and dry alpine scrub (4000–4500 m) of Indian alpine … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Singh P., Joshi V., Rawal R., Bhandari M., Tripathi M., Kholia B.S. & Negi G.C.S. (2023): Lower plants of Tungnath-Chopta timberline zone, Garhwal Himalaya - In: Singh S.P., Reshi Z.A. & Joshi R. (eds.), Ecology of Himalayan Treeline Ecotone, p. 361–376, Springer, Cham

This study was carried out in Pothivasa-Tungnath-Chopta area of Garhwal Himalaya, India to enumerate the occurrence of lower plants (Pteridophytes, Bryophytes and Lichens) along an elevation belt of 2100–2850 masl, encompassing NW and SW aspects and habitat types ranging from dense forests to timberline and alpine meadow in peak growing season in September 2020. We recorded a total of 54 species of Pteridophytes (species richness varied from 9 to 25 among these sites), 27 Lichen species (species … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Nakai R., Munekawa S., Murai Y., Ohmura Y. & Tani K. (2024): Diversity profiling of microbiomes associated with selected alpine plants and lichens from Mt. Suisho, Japan - Microbiology Resource Announcements, 0:e01270-23

[preprint on line version, to be updated] We report 16S rRNA gene amplicon data for the microbiomes in selected alpine plants (genera Artemisia, Parnassia, and Phyllodoce) and lichens (genera Cladonia and a mixture of Miriquidica and Rhizocarpon) from Mt. Suisho, Japan. Most of these samples were dominated by Pseudomonadota, while some contained the rarely cultivated phylum Vulcanimicrobiota (Candidatus Eremiobacterota/WPS-2). Keywords: alpine, plant, lichen, microbiome. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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