Language: English, one contribution in German
Systematics, Biodiversity and Ecology Of Lichens focuses on the interaction of lichens with their substrate, environment and their biogeographic effects. In seventeen chapters thirty-eight authors present recent findings and developments in systematics, biodiversity, floristic studies and ecology, as well as newly described taxa, and keys to the identification of Caloplaca and xanthorioid lichens. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of several groups and genera are presented, resulting in an improved systematics of, for example, Caloplaca, Cladonia, Collema and xanthorioid lichens. The genera Arthonia and Usnea in Greece (with key) are reviewed.
Systematics, Biodiversity and Ecology Of Lichens is dedicated to Prof. Hans Martin Jahns on the occasion of his 70th birthday, featuring papers on some of his favourite fields of research, among them lichen interactions with their substrate and environment and lichen biogeography. A brief biography of Jahns, highlighting his contributions to lichenology, is included in the chapter on the nine Presidents of the International Association for Lichenology. Jahns played an important role during the past 40 years with his highly influential book, co-authored by Aino Henssen, entitled Lichenes. Eine Einführung in die Flechtenkunde. He is well-known for his extensive work and numerous publications on lichen morphology and ontogeny, particularly the development of fruiting bodies in different genera.
Arvidsson, Lars: Presidents of the International Association for Lichenology 1-20
Bültman, Helga & Daniëls, Fred J. A.: Net photosynthesis as an alternative for relative growth rate in classifying lichens in Grime’s plant strategy types 21-44
Fedorenko, Natalya M.; Stenroos, Soili; Thell, Arne; Kärnefelt, Ingvar; Elix, John A.; Hur, Jae-Seoun. & Kondratyuk, Sergij Y.: Molecular phylogeny of xanthorioid lichens (Teloschistaceae, Ascomycota), with notes on their morphology 45-64
Feuerer, Tassilo & Hertel, Hannes: The saxicolous lichens of Munich (Germany) – a preliminary evaluation 65-74
Hafellner, Josef; Muggia, Lucia & Obermayer, Walter: Rinodina candidogrisea, a new sorediate species from high altitudes in the Alps
Hametner, Christina; Brunauer, Georg & Stocker-Wörgötter, Elfi Molecular analyses of cultured lichenicolous fungi from cetrarioid lichens 103-122
Hansen, Eric Steen: Lichens from five localities in south-east Greenland and their exposure to climate change 123-134
Jørgensen, Per M. & Palice, Zdenek: Collema paramense, sp. nova, with notes on Collema in the High Andes 135-140
Kondratyuk, Sergij Y.; Elix, John A.; Kärnefelt, Ingvar & Thell, Arne: An artificial key to Australian Caloplaca species (Teloschistaceae, Ascomycota) 141-160
Pino-Bodas, Raquel; Ahti, Teuvo; Stenroos, Soili; Martín, Maria P. & Burgaz, Ana R.: Cladonia conista and C. humilis (Cladoniaceae) are different species 161-176
Printzen, Christian; Cezanne, Rainer; Eichler, Marion & Lumbsch, H. Thorsten: The genera Aphanopsis and Steinia represent basal lineages within Leotiomyceta 177-186
Schaper, Trudi & Ott, Sieglinde: Initial developmental processes and interactions in the xerophilic lichen community of Gotland, Sweden: in situ culture experiments using the crustaceous cyanolichen Placynthium nigrum 187-200
Sipman, Harrje J. M.: The lichen genus Usnea on the smaller Aegean islands, Greece 201-214
Søchting, Ulrik & Sancho, Leopoldo Garcia: Caloplaca magellanica sp. nova, a southern Patagonian parasite on Zahlbrucknerella 215-220
Stapper, Norbert J.: Baumflechten in Düsseldorf unter dem Einfluss von Luftverunreinigungen, Stadtklima und Klimawandel [Corticolous lichens in Düsseldorf affected by air pollution, town climate and climatic change] 221-240
Stocker-Wörgötter, Elfie Elix, John A.; Schumm, F. & Hametner, Cristina: Bushfire and lichen communities: ecophysiology, culturing and secondary chemistry of two Australasian lichen species, Thysanothecium scutellatum and T. hookeri (Cladoniaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes) 241-256
Sundin, Rikard; Thor, Göran & Frisch, Andreas: A literature review of Arthonia s. lat. 257-290
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