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Thell A. & Miao V. (1999): Phylogenetic analysis of ITS and group I intron sequences from European and North American samples of cetrarioid lichens - Ann. Bot. Fennici, 35: 275-286

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Nash T. H. & Olafsen A. G. (1995): Climate change and the ecophysiological response of arctic lichens - Lichenologist, 27(6): 559-565

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Sonesson M., Callaghan T. V. & Björn L. O. (1995): Short - term effects of enhanced UV-B and CO2 on lichens at different latitudes - Lichenologist, 27(6): 547-557

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Kappen L., Sommerkorn M. & Schroeter B. (1995): Carbon acquisition and water relations of lichens in polar regions - potentials and limitations - Lichenologist, 27(6): 531-545

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Schipperges B., Kapen L. & Sonesson M. (1995): Intraspecific variations of morphology and physiology of temperate to arctic populations of Cetraria nivalis - Lichenologist, 27(6): 517-529

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Hovenden M. J. & Seppelt R. D. (1995): Exposure and nutrients as delimiters of lichen communities in continental Antarctica - Lichenologist, 27(6): 505-516

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Dale M. R. T. (1995): Spatial patterns in communities of crustose saxicolous lichens - Lichenologist, 27(6): 495-503

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Valladares F. & Sancho L. G. (1995): Lichen colonization and recolonization of two recently deglaciated zones in the maritime antarctic - Lichenologist, 27(6): 485-493

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Lewis Smith R. I. (1995): Colonization by lichens and the development of lichen-dominated comunities in the maritime Antarctic - Lichenologist, 27(6): 473-483

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Inoue M. (1995): The lichen flora and habitats of the Syowa region, continental Antarctica - Lichenologist, 27(6): 451-462

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