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Islary P., Meher R.K., Biswas S., Basumatary D., Basumatary I.B., Dubey D., Basumatary D. & Daimari R. (2024): Evaluation of anticancer, immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory potential of antioxidant rich Anzia ornatoides, a lichen species from eastern Himalayan region - South African Journal of Botany, 164: 266–279

The lichen Anzia ornatoides was identified by its morpho-anatomical and chemical features. The hexane, diethyl ether, ethyl acetate, methanol, and water extracts of the lichen were assessed for their antioxidant capacities. The presence of various phyto-compounds of the methanol extract were run through a GC–MS and identified three major compounds viz. methyloxyolivetol, imidazole 2-t‑butyl‑1,4-dimethyl-5-phenyl and benzoic acid 2,4-dihydroxy-3,6-dimethyl-methyl ester. The crude extraction … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Studzińska-Sroka E., Bulicz M., Henkel M., Rosiak N., Paczkowska-Walendowska M., Szwajgier D., Baranowska-Wójcik E., Korybalska K. & Cielecka-Piontek J. (2024): Pleiotropic potential of Evernia prunastri extracts and their main compounds evernic acid and atranorin: in vitro and in silico studies - Molecules, 29: 233 [31 p.]

Evernia prunastri is a lichen widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. Its biological properties still need to be discovered. Therefore, our paper focuses on studies of E. prunastri extracts, including its main metabolites evernic acid (EA) or atranorin (ATR). Phytochemical profiles using chromatographic analysis were confirmed. The antioxidant activity was evaluated using in vitro chemical tests and in vitro enzymatic cells-free tests, namely superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Thiers B.M. (2024): Strengthening partnerships to safeguard the future of herbaria - Diversity, 16(1): 36 [10 p.]

Herbaria remain the primary means of documenting plant life on earth, and the number of herbaria worldwide and the number of specimens they hold continues to grow. Digitization of herbarium specimens, though far from complete, has increased the discoverability of herbarium holdings and has increased the range of studies from which data from herbarium specimens can be used. The rather large number of herbaria about which no current information is available is a source of concern, as is herbarium consolidation … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Morillas L. (2024): Lichens as bioindicators of global change drivers. - Journal of Fungi, 10(1): 46 [3 p.]

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Matvienko A.I., Evgrafova S.Y., Kovaleva N.M., Sideleva E.V., Sitnikova M.V., Menyailo O.V. & Masyagina O.V. (2024): Greenhouse gas fluxes from the epiphytic lichens: incubation experiments - Forests, 15(1): 107 [10 p.]

Because they are widespread and evolutionarily old, epiphytic lichens (ELs) play an important role in global forest ecosystems. ELs are abundant in Siberian forest ecosystems, which are highly vulnerable to climate change; thus, ELs can be important contributors to the carbon (C) cycle. This study aims to address the unknown role of tree-inhabiting ELs in the C cycle of forest ecosystems in Central Siberia, where the EL biomass ranges from 492 to 3200 kg per ha. The main finding of this study is … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kholod S., Konoreva L. & Chesnokov S. (2024): Influence of orographic factors on the distribution of lichens in the Franz Josef Land archipelago - Plants, 13(2): 193 [23 p.]

During a geobotanical study of the Franz Josef Land archipelago, 111 lichen species were recorded on 130 sample plots. The significance of orographic factors in the distribution of lichens was assessed using principal component analysis (PCA) and multiple regression analysis. It was found that the absolute altitude and distance from the glacier are of the greatest importance for crustose lichens, while for fruticose lichens, the most critical factors were the slope exposure and steepness. Along the … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Ertz D. & Lebreton E. (2024): A new corticolous species of Mazosia A.Massal. (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales) from Guadeloupe, remarkable by its byssoid thallusv - Cryptogamie, Mycologie, 45(1): 1–10

An unknown species of Roccellaceae Chevall. was collected in 2022 and 2023 on the bark of trunks in a rainforest in Basse-Terre island (Guadeloupe, Lesser Antilles). Phylogenetic analyses using mtSSU, nuLSU and RPB2 sequences reveal the placement of the species in the genus Mazosia A.Massal. (Roccellaceae). The lichen is unusual for the genus by being the first species of Mazosia developing a byssoid thallus. It is described as Mazosia byssoidea Lebreton & Ertz, sp. nov. Besides it byssoid thallus, the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Paz-Bermúdez G., Fernández-Salegui A.B., Hespanhol H., López de Silanes M.E., Vieira C. & Calviño-Cancela M. (2024): Effects of the abandonment of traditional cultural practices on epiphytic bryolichenic communities in chestnut orchards in north-west Spain - Forests, 15(1): 160 [21 p.]

This study delves into the impact of contrasting management practices on epiphytic bryolichenic communities, shedding light on their divergent responses to management regimes on Castanea sativa Mill. orchards. Lichens and bryophytes were sampled in managed and abandoned plots, in 95 trees, in north and south sides and at two heights in Galicia (NW Spain). The studied groups exhibited opposing reactions to these management practices; bryophytes suffered adverse effects in managed stands, experiencing … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Etayo J. & López de Silanes M.E. (2024): Contribution to the study of lichenicolous fungi from northwest Iberian Peninsula (León and Lugo provinces) - Journal of Fungi, 10(1): 60 [27 p.]

We have found 117 taxa of lichenicolous fungi in the studied area. In this paper, we describe five taxa: Arthonia boomiana on Nephromopsis chlorophylla, Lawalreea burgaziana on Platismatia glauca, Pronectria scrobiculatae on Lobarina scrobiculata, Trichonectria parmeliellae on Parmeliella testacea and Trichonectria rubefaciens ssp. cryptoramalinae on Ramalina. Furthermore, the next records are interesting chorologically from the Iberian Peninsula: Arthophacopsis parmeliarum, Catillaria lobariicola, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Vannini A., Pagano L., Bartoli M., Fedeli R., Malcevschi A., Sidoli M., Magnani G., Pontiroli D., Riccò M., Marmiroli M., Petraglia A. & Loppis S., et al. (2024): Accumulation and release of cadmium ions in the lichen Evernia prunastri L. (Ach.) and wood-derived biochar: implication for the use of biochar for environmental biomonitoring - Toxics, 12(1): 66 [13 p.]

Biochar (BC) boasts diverse environmental applications. However, its potential for environmental biomonitoring has, surprisingly, remained largely unexplored. This study presents a preliminary analysis of BC’s potential as a biomonitor for the environmental availability of ionic Cd, utilizing the lichen Evernia prunastri L. (Ach.) as a reference organism. For this purpose, the lichen E. prunastri and two types of wood-derived biochar, biochar 1 (BC1) and biochar 2 (BC2), obtained from two anonymous … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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