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เพิงสูงเนิน ว., มงคลสุข พ., บุญประกอบ ก. & มาโนช เ. [Poengsungnoen V., Mongkolsuk P., Boonprakob K. & Manoch L.] (2010): ความหลากหลายของไลเคน วงศ์กราฟิดาซิอิ ในเขตรักษาพันธุ์สัตว์ป่าภูหลวง จังหวัดเลย [Diversity of the lichens in family Graphidaceae in Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Loei province] - วารสารพฤกษศาสตร์ไทย [Thai Journal of Botany], 2 (ฉบับพิเศษ/Special Issue): 73-79

[in Thai language with English abstract:] Six hundred and eighty-six lichens specimens in family Graphidaceae on rocks and plants were collected from 7 forest types, coniferous forest, dry dipterocarp forest, dry evergreen forest, lower montane rain forest, lower montane scrub, mixed deciduous forest and tropical rainforest, in Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Loei province between June 2008 and November 2009. They were identified into 96 species 14 genera: Carbacanthographis, Diorygma, Dyplolabia, … EndNote Read more... 

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เส็งเล็ก สั., พลเยี่ยม เ. & บุญประกอบ กั. [Senglek S., Polyiam W. & Boonpragob K.] (2010): ค่าความสำคัญและดัชนีความหลากหลายทางชีวภาพของไลเคนตามความสูง ของลำต้นก่อเดือยในป่าดิบเขาต่ำ ณ อุทยานแห่งชาติเขาใหญ่ [Important value and biodiversity index of lichens along the trunks of Castanopsis acuminatissima in the lower montane rain forest at Khao Yai National Park] - วารสารพฤกษศาสตร์ไทย [Thai Journal of Botany], 2 (ฉบับพิเศษ/Special Issue): 81-88

[in Thai language with English abstract:] Study on important value and biodiversity index of lichens along vertical stratification of habitats on trunks of Castanopsis acuminatissima (Blume) A.DC. was performed at the lower montane rainforest at Khao Yai National Park. The objectives of this study were to use lichen community for environmental indicator and identifying status for conservation and utilization. Quadrates of 20 x 60 cm were placed at the base, mid trunk and canopy of five host trees. Thallus … EndNote Read more... 

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มีสิม สั. & มงคลสุข พ. [Meesim S. & Mongkolsuk P.] (2010): โฟลิโอสไลเคน วงศ์ฟิสเซียซีอิ ในเขตรักษาพันธุ์สัตว์ป่าภูหลวง จังหวัดเลย [Foliose Iichens of family Physciaceae at Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Loei province] - วารสารพฤกษศาสตร์ไทย [Thai Journal of Botany], 2 (ฉบับพิเศษ/Special Issue): 55-64

[in Thai language with English abstract:] The foliose lichens in family Physciaceae from barks and rocks in Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Loei province were collected during 2005-2009. There were 481 samples from seven forest types: lower montane scrub, lower montane coniferous forest, lower montane rainforest, dry dipterocarp forest, dry evergreen forest, mixed deciduous forest and tropical rainforest. They were identified into six genera and 46 species. The number of species of Heterodermia, … EndNote Read more... 

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พาป้อง ข. [Papong K.] (2012): ไลเคนกับการใช้เป็นยารักษาโรค [Lichen for Traditional Medicine] - วารสารพฤกษศาสตร์ไทย [Thai Journal of Botany], 4(1): 1-13

[in Thai language with English abstract:] Lichens are a unique life style in the Kingdom Fungi. They are a symbiosis between algae or cyanobacteria and fungi. They have been used in traditional medicine; including traditional Indian medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, homeopathy and western medical herbals. The diverse diseases for which lichens have been used include arthritis, alopecia, constipation, kidney diseases, leprosy, pharyngitis, rabies, infections, worms and infestation. The … EndNote Read more... 

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ศรีปรางค์ ว. & มงคลสุข พ. [Sriprang V. & Mongkolsuk P.] (2010): ไลเคนแบบแผ่นจานในเขตรักษาพันธุ์สัตว์ป่าภูหลวง จังหวัดเลย [Discolichens at Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Loei province] - วารสารพฤกษศาสตร์ไทย [Thai Journal of Botany], 2 (ฉบับพิเศษ/Special Issue): 47-53

[in Thai language with English abstract:] This study is to collect discolichens on bark and rocks in Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary, Loei province, during June 2008 to November 2009. The total of 342 specimens were collected from 4 forest types: lower montane scrub, tropical rainforest, lower montane rain forest and dry dipterocarp forest at the elevation 700-1,555 metres above sea levels. The samples were identified into 12 families 15 genera 40 species, among them four species: Bacidia spadicia, … EndNote Read more... 

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Yoshimura I., Kurokawa S., Nakano T. & Yamamoto Y. (1987): イオウゴケの組織培養とその生育におよぼす水素イオン濃度の影響(予報) A preliminary report of cultures of Cladonia vulcani and effects of the hydrogen ion concentration on them - 高知学園短期大学紀要 [Bulletin of Kochi Gakuen Junior College], 18: 335-343

Cultured lichen tissues (composed of a mycobiont and a phycobiont) were obtained from fresh thalli of Cladonia vulcani Savicz (collected from Ebino, Kyushu) by means of the method described by Yamamoto and Yamada. Trebouxia excentrica Archibald was isolated from the cultured tissues. The following different pH media were prepared by adding sulphuric acid or caustic soda to modify the malt-yeast extract culture media : 2 , 4 , 5.5 , 7 and 9. About 5mg cultured tissue and algal colonies were established … EndNote Read more... 

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小林 圭介 [Kobayashi K.] (1974): プリンス・オラフ沿岸地域における植生(予報) [A preliminary report on the vegetation of the Prince Olav Coast, Antarctica] - Nankyoku Shiryô (Antarctic Record), 51: 18-28

[In Japanese with English abstract:] From December 30, 1973 to February 4, 1974, phytosociological investigations were made on outcrops in the following four areas along the Prince Olav Coast: Cape Hinode, East and West Ongul Islands, Ongulkarven Island and Langhovde. On the basis of physiognomy, the communities were classified as follows: Moss community, Moss-Lichen community, Lichen community, Alga-Lichen community and Alga community. The distribution of plant communites was also surveyed on East … EndNote Read more... 

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陈凯 魏江春 [Chen K. & Wei J.-C.] (2015): 三种荒漠地衣共生菌藻的耐热性研究 [Heat tolerance of the mycobionts and phycobionts from three desert lichens] - Mycosystema, 34(5): 1007-1014

[in Chinese with English abstract:] This paper deals with the heat tolerance of mycobionts and phycobionts isolated from desert lichens Endocarpon pusillum, Acarospora nodulosa, and A. schleicheri. This study is a part of the research program of the desert biological carpet engineering. The results showed that the mycobionts and phycobionts of the three desert lichens can only tolerate the temperature of 50°C under the moist conditions. However, under the arid conditions both the mycobiont and … EndNote Read more... 

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王磊 刘华杰 吴清凤 [Wang L., Liu H.-J. & Wu Q.-F.] (2014): 不同水分条件下两种叶状地衣的光合活性对冻融交替的响应 [Responses of photosynthetic activities of two foliose lichens to freezing‐thawing alternation under different thallus water conditions] - Mycosystema, 33(3): 680‐689

[in Chinese with English abstract:] The effect of freezing‐thawing alternation on lichen photosynthesis is yet unknown in China. To study the responses of photosynthetic activity (indicated by net photosynthetic rate, Pn) to freezing‐thawing cycles and their relationships with water conditions, two species of lichens from Mt. Wulingshan of North China, Flavopunctelia soredica and Peltigera elisabethae, were subjected to 5 freezing‐thawing cycles under two thallus water conditions (wet‐freezing treatment … EndNote Read more... 

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刘华杰 吴清凤 房士波 刘洪升 [Liu H.-J., Wu X.-F., Fang S.-B. & Liu H.-S.] (2010): 不同水分条件下坚韧胶衣固氮活性对冻融的响应 [Nitrogen fixation response of Collema tenax to freezing-thawing under different thallus water conditions] - Mycosystema, 29(2): 228-233

[in Chinese with English abstract: ] Collema tenax is an important component of biological soil crusts in arid and semiarid ecosystems where its nitrogen fixation is important in ecosystem N cycling. This lichen occurs in surface soil with sharp temperature and water fluctuations, but its N fixation response to freezing-thawing in northern China is yet unknown. Differences in N-fixing activity of C. tenax among four freezing-thawing events under two thallus water conditions (wet-freezing: thallus … EndNote Read more... 

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