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The morphology, biology, and geography of a necrotrophic basidiomycete Athelia arachnoidea in Belarus
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The most dense populations of A. arachnoidea were associated with places having considerable air pollution — roadsides and tree plantations in towns, and production of sclerotia was observed mainly outside such areas. Expand
New or Otherwise Interesting Records of Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi from Belarus
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The occurrence of Ochrolechia pallescens is confirmed by thin-layer chromatography in Belarus and the first contemporary record of O. arborea is presented. Expand
The genus Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in Belarus
Based on an examination of 360 herbarium specimens of the genus Lepraria , this study deals with their morphology, secondary chemistry, habitat requirements and distribution in Belarus. Nine taxaExpand
The Genera Hypotrachyna, Parmotrema and Punctelia (Parmeliaceae, Lichenized Ascomycota) in Belarus
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Hypotrachyna afrorevoluta and Punctelia jeckeri are reported from Belarus for the first time, and the occurrence of Parmotrema perlatum is confirmed by thin-layer chromatography. Expand
The lichens of the Cladonia pyxidata-chlorophaea complex in Belarus
Based on an examination of c. 500 herbarium specimens of the Cladonia pyxidata-chlorophaea complex, this study deals with their morphology, secondary chemistry, habitat requirements and distributionExpand
The Lichen Genus Cetrelia In Belarus: Distribution, Ecology And Conservation
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Three closely related species of Cetrelia (C. cetrarioides, C. monachorum and C. olivetorum) were identified in this study and their conservation status was discussed. Expand
Some new records of Rhizocarpon from North-Eastern Poland and North-Western Belarus
New localities of Rhizocarpon distinctum, R. geographicum and R. reductum are reported from NE Poland. Rhizocarpon distinctum, R. grande, R. hochstetteri, R. lavatum, R. petraeum, R. polycarpum andExpand
The lichen genus Parmelia (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) in Belarus
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Morphological and chemical characters of the isidiate and corticolous species Parmelia ernstiae and P. serrana are briefly discussed and they are excluded from the Belarusian list of lichen species. Expand
A contribution to the lichen biota of Belarus
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Details of 11 lichen and 1 lichenicolous fungus taxa occurring in Belarus are presented, of which 6 lichens ( Cliostomum leprosum, Fellhanera gyrophorica, Lecanora thysanophora, Lepraria eburnea, L.neglecta, and Pertusaria coronata ) are newly reported for the country. Expand
Metabolites of protein nature in European wild and cultivated plants: prospects for use of lectin family glycoproteins of Urtica dioica L. and Solanum tuberosum L. in Veterinary and Medicine
Metabolites of protein nature in European wild and cultivated plants: prospects for use of lectin family glycoproteins of Urtica dioica L. and Solanum tuberosum L. in Veterinary and Medicine/ V.Expand
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