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dc.contributorVERNON AHMADJIANen_EN
dc.contributorMASON E. HALEen_EN
dc.date1973en_EN
dc.date.accessioned2019-11-28T15:58:05Z
dc.date.available2019-11-28T15:58:05Z
dc.identifier.urihttp://dtk.tankonyvtar.hu/xmlui/handle/123456789/8902
dc.descriptionThe Lichens covers the structure and development, physiology of the intact thallus, environmental response and effects, secondary metabolic products, and symbiont interactions of lichens. This book is divided into five parts encompassing 19 chapters. It also includes appendices consist of a taxonomic scheme, methods for isolating and culturing lichen symbionts and thalli, and methods for isolating and identifying lichen substances. The first part of this book describes the original fungal cell and its development into specialized cells of which the various tissues and thalli are composed. This is followed by discussions on sexual reproduction of ascolichens and basidiolichens and on systematic criteria for the definition of taxa in different hierarchical steps. This book also explains the types of propagules produced by lichens and the submicroscopical investigations of lichens, including phycobiont and mycobionts' substructure and symbiotic relationship. The second part of this book examines the physiological aspects of lichens. It includes discussions on metal cation uptake and translocation in vascular plants and on lichens' role in rock weathering and soil formation. This part also studies photosynthetic rates and nitrogen absorption and metabolism by the intact thallus of lichens. Succeeding chapters discuss physiological and morphological responses of lichens to the most important environmental factors and the relationship of these factors to lichen distribution. Substrate preferences of lichens and their causes and implications with regard to the ecology, distribution, and taxonomy of lichens are also examined. This text also discusses lichen thalli growth, methods of measurement, and factors influencing growth. Finally, the concluding parts deal with the biosynthesis of lichen substances, secondary metabolic products, and symbiotic relations of lichens to fungi and algae. This multi-authored book is an ideal source of information for researchers, teachers, and students who wish to broaden their knowledge in the diversity of lichenology.en_EN
dc.formatapplication/pdfen_EN
dc.languageenen_EN
dc.publisherElsevier Inc.en_EN
dc.rightsACADEMIC PRESS, INC.en_EN
dc.sourceISBN 0-12-044950- 1en_EN
dc.subjectbotanyen_EN
dc.subjectlichensen_EN
dc.subjectzuzmóken_EN
dc.titleTHE LICHENSen_EN
dc.typeBooken_EN
dtk.firNatural Scienceen_EN
dtk.oecd01. Natural sciences::01.06. Biological sciences::01.06.10. Plant sciences, botanyen_EN
dtk.playerpdfplayeren_EN
dtk.purchaseTÁMOP-4.2.5.B-11/1-2011-0001en_EN
dtk.size712 pen_EN
dtk.typebooken_EN
dtk.udc---- MAIN TABLES::0 SCIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE. ORGANIZATION. COMPUTER SCIENCE. INFORMATION. DOCUMENTATION. LIBRARIANSHIP. INSTITUTIONS. PUBLICATIONS::005 Management::58 Botanyen_EN


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