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li·chen·ol·o·gy

 (lī′kə-nŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The branch of biology that deals with the study of lichens.

li′chen·ol′o·gist n.
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Each lichen plot costs $150 to $500, says Forest Service lichenologist Sarah Jovan, who leads the lichen program with Geiser.
Or the lichenologist who overcame severe depression, now lives and studies in park-like seclusion, and says, "news to me is where the snowline on the mountain is today".
In tribute to our lichenologist friend Pr Mohamed RAHALI--ENS of Kouba--Algiers who had been introduced to me the techniques for identifying lichens.
He came across it with lichenologist Neil Sanderson who, in 2005, found the only Welsh colony of "blackberries-in-custard" lichen.
In 2005, lichenologist Neil Sanderson found the only Welsh colony of the blackberries-in-custard lichen growing on hazel on a barely accessible ledge.
Chris, who's a Royal Horticultural Society gold medalist is joined by one of our top botanists, Dr Trevor Dines, lichenologist Sally Eaton, and his trusty Labrador Lottie.
Chris, who's a Royal Horticultural Society gold medalist, is joined by one of our top botanists, Dr Trevor Dines, lichenologist Sally Eaton, and his trusty Labrador Lottie.
Wild Things Chris Myers, left, is joined by lichenologist Sally Eaton and botanist Dr Trevor Dines to look at the UK's changing flora.
In a book largely of humanistic thinkers, the essay by lichenologist and naturalist Trevor Goward offers a contrasting scientific perspective on the potential value and limitations of Zwicky's thought.
Wainio, who later followed William Nylander's footsteps and became an internationally known lichenologist, divided his research area in six "regions", of which three lied on the Finnish side and three on the Russian side.
The whole family, now with the addition of daughter Sharon, spent the academic year 1970-71 in Norway, where Les worked with noted lichenologist Hildur Krog on Alaskan lichens and with polymath Eilif Dahl on vegetation classification.
At least as many probably still await discovery, says Thorsten Lumbsch, a lichenologist at the Field Museum in Chicago.