lichenological

lichenological

(ˌlaɪkənəˈlɒdʒɪkəl; ˌlɪkən-)
adj
relating to lichenology
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Lichenological exploration of Algeria: historical overview and annotated bibliography, 1799-2013.
It's a bold hypothesis, and lichenologist Robert Lucking of the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem takes the idea of yeast partners seriously: "This will be a huge surprise to the lichenological and mycological community."
She was a member of the editorial board for Ecology and the Plant Science Bulletin and was President of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Vice-President of the American Bryological and Lichenological Society, and Chair of the Southeastern Section of the Botanical Society of America.
The lichens in this world-renowned protected area have never been the subject of a lichenological publication.
The initial data of the number and locations of the protected species were obtained as a result of the lichenological studies that have been conducted in the Perm Territory since 1995.
He was the first editor of the International Lichenological Newsletter and was an active participant in the IAL.
Hafellner, J.--1995--A new checklist of lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Insular Laurimacaronesia including a lichenological bibliography for the area--Fritschiana 5: 1-132.
Although Calkins (1896) and Wilhelm (1998) have published lichen floras that included parts of Will County, Illinois, no known lichenological studies have been dedicated to the Joliet Military Training Area.