Graphidaceae

Graphidaceae

[‚graf·ə′dās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of mosses formerly grouped with lichenized Hysteriales but now included in the order Lecanorales; individuals have true paraphyses.
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2): Parmeliaceae 21, Physciaceae 12, Ramalinaceae 9, Cladoniaceae 9, Collemataceae 3, Nephromataceae 3, Lecanoraceae 2, Lobariaceae 2, Teloschistaceae 2, Graphidaceae 1, Chrysothricaceae 1 Pannariaceae 2, Peltigeraceae 1, Pertusariaceae 2, Phlyctidaceae 1, the most representative are Parmeliaceae and Physciaceae.
Die Flechten familie Graphidaceae. Studien in Richtung einer naturlicheren Gliederung.
Malmographina, a new genus for Graphinamalmei(Ascomycota: Ostropales: Graphidaceae).
Foliose 3 Leptogium cyanescens (Ach.) Korb Foliose 158.8 Graphidaceae (<3%) Graphis scripta (L.) Ach.
Results on the screening of species of the lichen family Graphidaceae for superoxide-scavenging activity (SSA) and xanthine-oxidase inhibitory (IXO) activity have been presented.