lecanora


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lecanora

(ˌlɛkəˈnɔːrə)
n
any of various crustaceous lichens of the genus Lecanora, some of which are eaten and some of which are used in dyeing
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Noun1.lecanora - any lichen of the genus Lecanoralecanora - any lichen of the genus Lecanora; some used in dyeing; some used for food
genus Lecanora - type genus of Lecanoraceae; crustaceous lichens
manna lichen - any of several Old World partially crustaceous or shrubby lecanoras that roll up and are blown about over African and Arabian deserts and used as food by people and animals
archil, orchil - any of various lecanoras that yield the dye archil
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subdisciformis, Bacidia rubella, Flavoparmelia caperata, Lecanora argentata, Parmotrema perlatum, Parmelina tiliacea, P.
Hamada, Dibenzofurans from the Cultured Lichen Mycobionts of Lecanora cinereocarnea, Phytochemistry, 58, 1129 (2001).
In contrast, the species that were collected only once were: Anaptychia palmulata, Anisomeridium leucochlorum, Arthonia apatetica, Bacidia purpurans, Cladonia peziziformis, Collema subflaccidum, Fellhanera silicis, Heterodermia obscurata, Lecanora hybocarpa, Lecidea cyrtidia, Lecidea erythrophaea, Lepraria harrisiana, Micarea micrococca, Micarea prasina, Opegrapha varia, Parmelia squarrosa, Pyrenula laevigata, Sarea difformis, Scoliciosporum chlorococcum, Thelidium minutulum, Trapeliopsis flexuosa, Violella fue at a.
Stanojkovic, "Antioxidant, antimicrobial and anticancer activity of the lichens Cladonia furcata, Lecanora atra and Lecanora muralis," BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
Saari, "The improvement of the endogenous antioxidant property of stone fish (Actinopyga lecanora) tissue using enzymatic proteolysis," BioMed Research International, vol.
During the same period, Lecanora conizaeoides declined by more than 60 percent.
Based on the current lichen list for Ontario (Newmaster et al., in press), four species were collected for the first time in the province: Abrolhallus caerulescens, Bacidia kekesiana, Cheiromycina Jlabelliformis, and Lecanora minutella.
Other species against, are in the two areas, such as Lecanora sienae, Lecanora Chlarotera, Caloplaca pyracea, Caloplaca cerina, Dirina ceratoniae, Diploicia canescens et Lecanactis patellarioides.