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lecanora

lecanora Sentence Examples

  • species of alga) but a few forms are known (Lecanora granatina, Solorina crocea) which make use of more than one kind in their development.

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  • Lecanora metaboloides, Lecidea decolorans), while sometimes they are white or glaucous, rarely greenish, pruinose.

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  • Thus ascogonia with trichogynes have been observed in Endocarpon, Collema, Pertusaria, Lecanora, Gyrophora, Parmelia, Ramalina, Physcia, Anaptychia and Cladonia.

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  • They are characterized by their insolubility or very slight solubility in water; as examples may be mentioned erythrinic acid in Roccella and Lecanora; evernic acid in species of Evernia, Ramalina and Cladonia; lecanoric acid in Lecanora, Gyrophora.

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  • Of considerable value is the " perelle " prepared from Lecanora parella, and used in the preparation of a red or crimson dye.

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  • Inferior to this is " cudbear," derived from Lecanora tartarea, which was formerly very extensively employed by the peasantry of north Europe for giving a scarlet or purple colour to woollen cloths.

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  • This is derived chiefly from Lecanora esculents, which grows unattached on the ground in layers from 3 to 6 in.

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  • Lecanora calcarea, Lecidea calcivora and several Verrucariae), while all other saxicolous lichens may be regarded as belonging to the latter, whatever may be the mineralogical character of the substratum.

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  • Lecanora Prevostii, Lecidea calcivora) have the power of forming minute cavities in the rock, in which they are partially buried.

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  • concentrica, Lecanora esculenta); but it can hardly be that these are really free ab initio (vide Crombie in Journ.

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  • The lichen flora of temperate regions again is essentially distinguished from the preceding by the frequency of corticolous species belonging to Lecanora, Lecidea and Graphidei.

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  • Lecanora subfusca, Cladonia pyxidata); and others, not strictly cosmopolitan, have been observed in regions widely apart.

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  • The highest specimen obtained was a lichen (Lecanora subfusca, L.) on the south side of Chimborazo, 18,400 ft.

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  • Rocella tinctoria, Lecanora, and formed by fusing extract of aloes with potash.

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  • species of alga) but a few forms are known (Lecanora granatina, Solorina crocea) which make use of more than one kind in their development.

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  • Parmelia, Lecanora), having sometimes also in addition a proper one 1 (e.g.

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  • Lecanora metaboloides, Lecidea decolorans), while sometimes they are white or glaucous, rarely greenish, pruinose.

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  • Thus ascogonia with trichogynes have been observed in Endocarpon, Collema, Pertusaria, Lecanora, Gyrophora, Parmelia, Ramalina, Physcia, Anaptychia and Cladonia.

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  • They are characterized by their insolubility or very slight solubility in water; as examples may be mentioned erythrinic acid in Roccella and Lecanora; evernic acid in species of Evernia, Ramalina and Cladonia; lecanoric acid in Lecanora, Gyrophora.

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  • Of considerable value is the " perelle " prepared from Lecanora parella, and used in the preparation of a red or crimson dye.

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  • Inferior to this is " cudbear," derived from Lecanora tartarea, which was formerly very extensively employed by the peasantry of north Europe for giving a scarlet or purple colour to woollen cloths.

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  • This is derived chiefly from Lecanora esculents, which grows unattached on the ground in layers from 3 to 6 in.

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  • Lecanora calcarea, Lecidea calcivora and several Verrucariae), while all other saxicolous lichens may be regarded as belonging to the latter, whatever may be the mineralogical character of the substratum.

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  • Lecanora Prevostii, Lecidea calcivora) have the power of forming minute cavities in the rock, in which they are partially buried.

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  • Lecanora crassa, Lecidea decipiens), others sandy soil or hardened mud (e.g.

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  • concentrica, Lecanora esculenta); but it can hardly be that these are really free ab initio (vide Crombie in Journ.

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  • The lichen flora of temperate regions again is essentially distinguished from the preceding by the frequency of corticolous species belonging to Lecanora, Lecidea and Graphidei.

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  • Lecanora subfusca, Cladonia pyxidata); and others, not strictly cosmopolitan, have been observed in regions widely apart.

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  • The highest specimen obtained was a lichen (Lecanora subfusca, L.) on the south side of Chimborazo, 18,400 ft.

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  • Rocella tinctoria, Lecanora, and formed by fusing extract of aloes with potash.

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