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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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Chemicals from the lichen could be toxic, Allison Knight, a lichenologist at the University of Otago in New Zealand, told the Newsroom.
Karunaratne, "Anzia mahaeliyensis and Anzia flavotenuis, two new lichen species from Sri Lanka," Lichenologist, vol.
Honegger, "The lichen symbiosis--what is so spectacular about it?" Lichenologist, vol.
Each lichen plot costs $150 to $500, says Forest Service lichenologist Sarah Jovan, who leads the lichen program with Geiser.
Brazilian lichenologist Marcelo Pinto Marcelli accompanied Kalb in sampling expeditions in 1980, subsequently collecting additional material from Corumba county in 1990 and from Aquidauana, Palmeiras, Piraputanga, Terenos, and Campo Grande in 1992, 1993, and 1997, by invitation of the Lichen Study Group, created at the Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul (UFMS) in 1987.
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.
Species associations, their salient features and their dependence on environmental variables," The Lichenologist, vol.
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.