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Zahlbruckner A. (1903): „Über die systematische Gruppierung der pyrenokarpen Flechten" - Verhandlungen der kaiserlich-königlichen zoologisch - botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 53: 81-82

Extract from a lecture from a meeting of Cryptogamic section EndNote Read more... 

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Urke T. (2013): «Naar det laver av Blomar paa Straa». Studiar i Ivar Aasens herbárium [Studies on the Ivar Aasen Herbarium] - Blyttia, 71(2): 73-92

[in Norwegian with English abstract:] Ivar Aasen (1813–96) was a famous Norwegian linguist, poet and lexicographer. Perhaps less well-known is that he also had good knowledge of plants and that in 1839, and at the age of 26 years, completed his Herbarium with an index of 509 species. After 1841, Aasen abandoned his botanical studies to focus on his linguistic and lexicographical research. Several Norwegian botanists have contributed towards completing the index of Aasen's herbarium with scientific … EndNote Read more... 

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Løfall B.P. (2006): «Norsk lavflora» – et godt forsøk på en populær lavflora - Blyttia, 64(3): 154-156

Review on book: Holien H. & Tønsberg T. 2006. Norsk lavflora. 224 s. Tapir, Trondheim. ISBN 978-82-519-1978-4. [In Norwegian] EndNote Read more... 

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Zlatník A. (1936): »Lužanský prales« na Podkarpatské Rusi, největší československá pralesová reservace - Krása Našeho Domova, 28: 110-118

Ukraine; virgin forests; several Cladonia species in phytosociological releve EndNote Read more... 

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Huneck S., Tønsberg T. & Bohlmann F. (1986): (-)-Allo-pertusaric acid and (-)-dihydropertusaric acid from the lichen Pertusaria albescens - Phytochemistry, 25: 453-459

The structures of two EndNote Read more... 

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Huneck S. (1982): (+)-Isorangiformic acid, a lichen substance from Lecanora stenotropa - Phytochemistry, 21(9): 2407-2408

(+)-Isorangiformic acid from the lichen Lecanora stenotropa has been shown to be (+ )-2Smethoxycarbonyl-3S-heptadecanedicarboxylic acid. EndNote Read more... 

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Galanty A., Popiół J., Paczkowska-Walendowska M., Studzińska-Sroka E., Paśko P., Cielecka-Piontek J., Pękala E. & Podolak I. (2021): (+)-Usnic acid as a promising candidate for a safe and stable topical photoprotective agent - Molecules, 26(17): 5224 [11 p.]

The study aimed to examine whether usnic acid—a lichen compound with UV-absorbing properties—can be considered as a prospective photoprotective agent in cosmetic products. Moreover, a comparison of two usnic acid enantiomers was performed to preselect the more effective compound. To meet this aim, an in vitro model was created, comprising the determination of skin-penetrating properties via skin-PAMPA assay, safety assessment to normal human skin cells (keratinocytes, melanocytes, fibroblasts), … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Krajka‑Kuźniak V., Paluszczak J., Kleszcz R. & Baer‑Dubowska W. (2021): (+)‑Usnic acid modulates the Nrf2‑ARE pathway in FaDu hypopharyngeal carcinoma cells - Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 476: 2539–2549

Naturally occurring phytochemicals of different origin and structure, arctigenin, bergenin, usnic acid and xanthohumol, were shown to affect Nrf2 pathway in the context of various diseases, but their effect on this pathway in cancer cells was not extensively investigated. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of these compounds on Nrf2 expression and activation in hypopharyngeal FaDu squamous cell carcinoma cells. FaDu cells were treated with 2 or 10 μM arctigenin, bergenin, (+)- usnic acid … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Hawksworth D.L. (2015): (063–085) Proposals to clarify and enhance the naming of fungi under the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants - Taxon, 64(4): 858-862

Simultaneously published in IMA Fungus, 6(1): 199–205 (jjh 25753). EndNote Read more... 

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Cordeiro L.M.C., Beilke F., Bettim F.L., Reinhardt V.F., Rattmann Y.D. & Iacomini M. (2012): (1 → 2) and (1 → 6)-linked β-d-galactofuranan of microalga Myrmecia biatorellae, symbiotic partner of Lobaria linita - Carbohydrate Polymers, 90(4): 1779-1785

A structural study of the cell wall polysaccharides of Myrmecia biatorellae, the symbiotic algal partner of the lichenized fungus Lobaria linita was carried out. It produced a rhamnogalactofuranan, with a (1 → 6)-β-d-galactofuranose in the main-chain, substituted at O-2 by single units of β-d-Galf, α-l-Rhap or by side chains of 2-O-linked β-d-Galf units. The structure of the polysaccharide was established by chemical and NMR spectroscopic analysis, and is new among natural polysaccharides. … EndNote Read more... 

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