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CHENIA: Contributions to Cryptogamic Biology, Volume 11

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By: Wei Jiang-Chun(Editor), Wu Peng-Cheng(Editor), Jia Yu(Editor)
CHENIA: Contributions to Cryptogamic Biology, Volume 11
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Language: English

CHENIA: Contributions to Cryptogamic Biology, Volume 11 contains proceedings of the International Symposium on Systematic Lichenology and Bryology that was held in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China in October, 2010. It contains 30 papers.

Contents

1. International Symposium for Systematic Lichenology & Bryology Opening address
2. A preliminary study of lichen genus Graphis (Graphidaceae, lichenised Ascomycota) from China
3. The genus Colura (Lejeuneaceae) in New Guinea and in the neighboring area
4. A non-hairy species of Leptogium new to China
5. A preliminary study on family Bryaceae and its related groups in China as well as its adjacent Regions
6. Species pairs in Umbilicariacesa: evolutionary significance and nomenclature problems
7. Species of genus Usnea Dill. ex Adanson (Parmeliaceae , Lichenes) in Buryatia Republic Russia and Mongolia
8. Conostomum SW. and C. tetragonum (Hedw.) Lindb. (Bartramiaceae , Music) newly found in China
9. Preliminary studies on Taxonomy and flora of Pottiaceae (Music) in Inner Mongolia , China
10. Lichen-divided culture and its Pharmaceutical Applications
11. A new Neckeraceae – not just the emperor's new clothes
12. Stress responses in Lichen-derived Cultures
13. Typification of an endangered moss Macromitrium fortunatii (Orthotrichaceae)
14. Study on the lichens of genus Ramalina Ach. in Guizhou Province?
15. Review of the researches on the genus Orthotrichum Hedw. (Orthotrichaceae, Bryopsida)
16. Construction of a full-length cDNA library from mycobiont of Endocarpon pusillum (lichen-forming Ascomycota)
17. PCA (principle component analysis), a easy way to solve kind of taxonomic problem
18. A genetic differentiation of the phycobiont in Boreoplaca ultrafrigida
19. Aqueous environment conservation and metal-resource recycling technology using the moss Funaria hygrometrica
20. Response of Haplocladium microphyllum to lead toxicity: development and arrangement of chloroplasts
21. Molecular evidence for the speciation of Rhizoplaca huashannensis from R. chrysoleuca in Eocene
22. Taxonomic study on the Lichen genus Lecanora in Xinjang, China
23. An updated checklist of mosses of Fujian Province, China
24. Distinguishing species in the lichen genera Cetrelia and Platismatia (Ascomycota) by the new genetic distance inferred from nrDNA ITS sequences
25. Addition to the bryoflora flora of Guizhou Province, China
26. A preliminary study on the lichen flora of Wudalianchi, China
27. Floristic analysis of the mosses on Mt. Gongga, Sichuan Province, with a moss checklist
28. A list of mosses from Mt. Baihua National Nature Reserve, Beijng
29. The diversity of bryophytes in Karakorum Kunlun Mts., Xinjiang, China
30. Introduction of the moss system in the Flora Bryophytorum Simicorum vol. 1-8
31. Preliminary problem on systematic bryology

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