Parmeliaceae


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Parmeliaceae

[‚pär·mel·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The foliose shield lichens, a family of the order Lecanorales.
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Evaluation of the antioxidant capacities and cytotoxic effects of ten Parmeliaceae lichen species J.
We note that the order of Lecanorales consists the most number of taxa compared to other orders, It is a dominant order and it compound 5 families: Lecanoraceae, Ramalinaceae, Cladoniaceae, Parmeliaceae and Stereocaulaceae.
Fungal specificity and selectivity for algae play a major role in determining lichen partnerships across diverse ecogeographic regions in the lichen-forming family Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota).
Flavoparmelia baltimorensis, Parmotrema yodae y Xanthoparmelia braziliensis, primeras citas para Argentina y ampliacion de distribuciones para otras Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota liquenizados).
The most prominent are the Parmeliaceae with 24 species, the Physciaceae with 22 species, the Lecanoraceae, Pertusariaceae and Ramalinaceae each with 11 species (Fig.
Parmeliaceae and Physciaceae families grouped about the 60% of species: Physciaceae with 5 genera, where Physcia had the highest number of species -six.
Las familias con mayor numero de generos y especies fueron Graphidaceae (10-45), seguido de Parmeliaceae (7-28), Roccellaceae (7-22), Thelotremataceae (7-11) y Physciaceae (6-11).
At the familial level, the Andes show a particularly good representation of groups with foliose and fruticose species, like Parmeliaceae (incl.
Cetrarioid lichens, one of the most studied groups of lichens in the Parmeliaceae (lichen-forming Ascomycetes) family, are designated by their morphology with "foliose/subfruticose thalli with marginal apothecia and pycnidia", and chemically they contain lichenan, which is a linear [beta]-(1 [right arrow] 3, 1 [right arrow] 4) homoglycan (Nelsen et al.
2003--New species and new records in the lichen family Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota) from Macaronesia--Mycotaxon 86: 383-388.