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Progress and Problems in Lichenology in the Nineties

Proceedings of the 3. Symposium of the International Association for Lichenology (IAL3) held at the University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria on 1-7 September 1996

Ed.: Roman Türk; Roberto Zorer

1997. 252 pages, 14x22cm, 500 g
Language: English

(Bibliotheca Lichenologica, Band 68)

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Contents

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This volume contains a representative selection of the lectures given at the Third International Lichenological Symposium (IAL 3) held in Salzburg, Austria in 1996. It includes contributions from the sections on Systematics, Ecology, Chemistry, Environmental Changes and Conservation, Lichens of High Mountains and Lichens in the Tropics.

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Section A: Systematics
GRUBE M. & MATZER M.: Taxonomic concept of lichenicolous Arthonia
species 1 - 17
KONDRATYUK S. & KÄRNEFELT I.: Joseipoeltia and Xanthomendoza, two new
genera in the Teloschistaceae (Lichenized Ascomycotina) 19-44
OBERMAYER W.: Studies on Lethariella with special emphasis on the
chemistry of the subgenus Chlorea. (Lichenological results of the
Sino-German Joint Expedition to south-eastern and eastern Tibet
1994. IV) 45-66
RAMBOLD G.: LIAS - the concept of an identification system for
lichenized and lichenicolous ascomycetes 67-72
Section C: Ecology
CRESPO A., BRIDGE P.D., CUBERO O.F. & HAWKSWORTH D.: Determination of
genotypic variability in the lichen-forming fungus Parmelia sulcata
73-79
LANGE O.L. & GREEN T.G.A.: High thallus water contents can limit
photosynthetic productivity of crustose lichens in the field 81 -99
MODENESI P., CANEPA R. & TAFANELLI A.: The structural role of calcium
oxalate and medullary architecture in Menegazzia terebrata and
Hypogymnia physodes 101-110
Section D: Chemistry
FAHSELT D., TAVARES S. & MAZDIA S.: Isozyme variation in lichens in
relation to mine dust exposure 111-127
KNOPH J.G. & LEUCKERT C.: Chemotypes and distribution patterns of the
non- saxicolous species of Lecidella (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales)
129-134
S0CHTING U.: Two major anthroquinone chemosyndromes in Teloschistaceae
135-144 Section E: Environment and Conservation
DIETRICH M. & SCHEIDEGGER C.: A representative survey of frequency of
epiphytic lichens at the regional and national levels and its use for
the red list of Switzerland 145-154
GLENN M.G. & WEBB S.L.: Lichens as indicators of forest integrity
155-164
WOLSELEY P.: Response of epiphytic lichens to fire in tropical forests
of Thailand 165-176
Section G: Lichens of high Mountains
GLEW K.A.: Do vascular plant communities influence the structure of
alpine lichen communities? 177-194
HESTMARK G.: Species diversity and reproductive strategies in the
family Umbilicariaceae on high equatorial mountains - with remarks on
global patterns 195-202
Section I: Lichens in the Tropics
APTROOT A.: Lichen biodiversity in Papua New Guinea, with report of
173 species on one tree 203-213
DIEDERICH P.: Lichenicolous fungi in the Tropics 215-221
MIES B. & PRINTZEN C.: Notes on the lichens of Socotra (Yemen, Indian
Ocean) 223-239
TAXONOMIC INDEX 241-249
SUBJECT INDEX 250-252