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Balčiūnaitienė A., Štreimikytė P., Puzerytė V., Viškelis J., Štreimikytė-Mockeliūnė Ž., Maželienė Ž., Sakalauskienė V. & Viškelis P. (2022): Antimicrobial activities against opportunistic pathogenic bacteria using green synthesized silver nanoparticles in plant and lichen enzyme-assisted extracts - Plants, 11: 1833 [14 p.]

Enzyme-assisted extraction is a valuable tool for mild and environmentally-friendly extraction conditions to release bioactive compounds and sugars, essential for silver nanoparticle (AgNP) green synthesis as capping and reducing agents. In this research, plant and fungal kingdoms were selected to obtain the enzyme-assisted extracts, using green synthesized AgNPs. For the synthesis, pseudo-cereal Fagopyrum esculentum (F. esculentum) and lichen Certaria islandica (C. islandica) extracts were used … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Zhang T., Zhang X., Yang Q. & Wei X. (2022): Hidden species diversity was explored in two genera of catapyrenioid lichens (Verrucariaceae, Ascomycota) from the deserts of China - Journal of Fungi, 8(7): 729 [17 p.]

Verrucariaceae is the third-largest lichen family with high species diversity. However, this diversity has not been well-explored in China. We carried out a wide-scale field investigation in the arid and semi-arid regions of Northwest China from 2017 to 2021. A large number of lichen groups, especially those commonly distributed in deserts, were collected. Based on molecular phylogeny using ITS and nuLSU sequences by Bayesian and maximum likelihood analyses, combining morphological characters, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Mohammadi M., Zambare V., Suntres Z. & Christopher L. (2022): Isolation, characterization, and breast cancer cytotoxic activity of gyrophoric acid from the lichen Umbilicaria muhlenbergii - Processes, 10(7): 1361 [11 p.]

Lichens produce a large variety of secondary metabolites with diverse bioactivities, chemical structures, and physicochemical properties. For this reason, there is a growing interest in the use of lichen-derived bioactive molecules for drug discovery and development. Here, we report on the isolation, identification, and cytotoxic evaluation of gyrophoric acid (GA) from the lichen Umbilicaria muhlenbergii, a largely unexplored and scantly described lichen species. A simple purification protocol was … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Chrapusta-Srebrny E., Bialczyk J., Duchnik K. & Bober B. (2022): Metabolism of mycosporine-glutamicol in the lichen Cladonia arbuscula subsp. squarrosa under seasonal changes and elevated exposure to UV-B or PAR irradiation - Metabolites, 12(7): 632 [10 p.]

Cladonia arbuscula in its environmental niches is regularly affected by daily and annual variations in solar radiation. Mycosporine-glutamicol, Myc-Glu(OH), which it synthesizes, may act as a significant cellular UV-protector. Therefore, we studied this compound concentration in lichen thalli concerning seasonal changes and increased exposure to UV-B and photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) with/without simultaneous CO2 deprivation. Myc-Glu(OH) occurred year-round and exhibited a strong … URL EndNote Read more... 

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McCune B. & Conway S.N. (2022): Two new species, Hypogymnia tuckerae and H. discopruina (Parmeliaceae), from North America and China - Bryologist, 125(3): 406–417

Hypogymnia tuckerae is a newly described sorediate lichenized fungus currently known from three sites in the Cascade Range in Oregon, three sites in northern California, and one site in the Blue Mountains of northeastern Oregon. Although we have known a few of these anomalous sorediate specimens for many years, taxonomic action was stymied by possibilities that they were rare sorediate morphs of a normally fertile species, H. wilfiana, or a rare chemotype of a normally sorediate lichen, H. oceanica. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Berger F. (2022): Flechten auf Rohböden, ein unerwartet artenreicher Nischenstandort am Beispiel von verlassenen Schottergruben im Kobernaußerwald - ÖKO·L, 44: 15–23

[in German] popular paper; Austria; abandoned gravel/sand pits; pioneer lichens; succession EndNote Read more... 

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Haughland D.L., Hood A., Thauvette D., Toni S.A., Cao M., Birch J.D., Wasyliw J., Hjartarson L., Villeneuve M., Stordock A., Fielder D.A., Lewis M., Evans D., Royko D., Bolduc R., Webster H., Singh J.D., Schafer K.A., Davidson H.E. & Shier C. (2022): Getting to know our biomonitor neighbours: urban lichens and allied fungi of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Opuscula Philolichenum, 21: 33-181

Air quality, lichenized Ascomycetes, biomonitoring, calicioids, Candelariaceae, cyanolichens, continental climate, detection error, Endocarpon, Flavopunctelia, floristics, Lecanora dispersa group, Lecidella, molecular phylogenetics, Peltigera, Punctelia, survey repeatability, urban biodiversity Here we provide one of the first detailed studies of lichen and allied fungi diversity in a continental North American city (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada), including an annotated checklist, images of all species, … EndNote Read more... 

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Morse C.A. (2022): Lichenes Exsiccati Magnicamporum Fascicle 3 - Opuscula Philolichenum, 21: 24-32

Grasslands, scheda, taxonomy. Data are provided for the third 50 numbers of a series exemplifying the lichen biota of the Great Plains of central North America. The set is especially rich in members of the family Physciaceae EndNote Read more... 

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Morse C.A. & Ladd D. (2022): Lichenes Exsiccati Magnicamporum Fascicle 2, with comments on selected taxa - Opuscula Philolichenum, 21: 1-23

Biogeography, grasslands, scheda, taxonomy, trentepohlioid lichens. Data are provided for the second 50 numbers of a series exemplifying the lichen biota of the Great Plains of central North America. The set includes isotypes of Biatoridium lasiothecium, Phaeocalicium atenitikon, Physcia thomsoniana, and Reichlingia americana, as well as several rare or regionally restricted taxa. Detailed discussions, images, specimen data, and range maps are provided for Caloplaca lobulata (≡ Calogaya lobulata), … EndNote Read more... 

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Sebald V., Goss A., Ramm E., Gerasimova J.V. & Werth S. (2022): NO2 air pollution drives species composition, but tree traits drive species diversity of urban epiphytic lichen communities - Environmental Pollution, 308: 119678 [10 p.]

Lichens serve as important bioindicators of air pollution in cities. Here, we studied the diversity of epiphytic lichens in the urban area of Munich, Bavaria, southern Germany, to determine which factors influence species composition and diversity. Lichen diversity was quantified in altogether 18 plots and within each, five deciduous trees were investigated belonging to on average three tree species (range 1–5). Of the 18 plots, two were sampled in control areas in remote areas of southern … URL EndNote Read more... 

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