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Bolognini G. (1993): Records of Lecanora species (lichens) from Italy - Bollettino della Società Adriatica di Scienze Naturali, Trieste, 73: 15–28

A revision of the material of the genus Lecanora (Lichens) in TSB was carried out by the author. 32 species are reported from Italy, with particular regard to the poorly known L. subfusca complex. Many records are new to several Italian regions. Two species (L. cinereofusca and L. soralifera) are new to Italy. EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Simko P., Leskanicova A., Suvakova-Nunhart M., Koval J., Zidekova N., Karasova M., Majerova P., Verboova L., Blicharova A., Kertys M., Barvik I., Kovac A. & Kiskova T. (2024): The first in vivo study shows that gyrophoric acid changes behavior of healthy laboratory rats - International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 25(12): 6782 [21 p.]

Gyrophoric acid (GA), a lichen secondary metabolite, has attracted more attention during the last years because of its potential biological effects. Until now, its effect in vivo has not yet been demonstrated. The aim of our study was to evaluate the basic physicochemical and pharmacokinetic properties of GA, which are directly associated with its biological activities. The stability of the GA in various pH was assessed by conducting repeated UV-VIS spectral measurements. Microsomal stability in … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Büdel B. (2024): Symbioses - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 385–473, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B. & Friedl T. (2024): Algae from primary endosymbioses - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 101–217, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B. (2024): Cyanobacteria/Blue-green algae - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 25–99, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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de Vries J. & Friedl T. (2024): Endosymbioses: Origin and diversity of photosynthetic eukaryotes and their general genetic exchange modes - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 9–23, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B. & Friedl T. (2024): Introduction: The New Cryptogams - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 1–8, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B., Becker U., Follmann G. & Sterflinger K. (2020): Algae, Fungi, and Lichens on Inselbergs - In: Porembski S. & Barthlott W. (eds), Inselbergs. Ecological Studies, vol. 146, p. 69–90, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg

Chapter in book. [Conclusion: ] It is not clear whether the biofilms of the bare rock of inselbergs are old communities, but there are many reasons to believe so. First of all, cyanobacteria are the oldest organisms on earth, possessing oxygenic photosynthesis, which, in many species, is combined with the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen. The second is the ability of cyanobacteria, as well as of cyanolichens, to withstand long periods of drought in a dehydrated state, showing no measurable … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Baniya C.B., Shrestha K.K. & Chongbang T.B. (2024): Patterns of lichen richness across elevation in the Manaslu Conservation Area, central Nepal - Nepal Journal of Botany, 1(1): 16–24

This study investigates the distribution of lichen richness along elevation gradients in the Manaslu Conservation Area, Central Nepal. A total of 95 lichen species, belonging to 40 genera and 18 families were recorded. The dominant growth forms were foliose, fruticose, crustose, and squamulose. Corticolous lichens were the most prevalent, followed by saxicolous, terricolous, and muscicolous species. Among the families, Parmeliaceae exhibited the highest species diversity, followed by Cladoniaceae. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Codogno M., Lausi D. & Nimis P. L. (1985): Correlation between floristic and structural features of plant communities, an example concerning litophytic vegetation in the Julian Alps (NE-Italy) - Bollettino della Società Adriatica di Scienze, Trieste, 58: 31–44

This study is based on a set of 37 phytosociological relevés of lithophytic vegetation taken in the Western Julian Alps, which has been submitted to multivariate analysis. The results indicate that six vegetation types have been identified based on floristic composition. Floristic variation and vegetation types are related to two main parameters: type of substrate and potential solar irradiation. These two main ecological factors are also related to structural variation, with differences in potential … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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