Definition of Cetraria vulpina. Meaning of Cetraria vulpina. Synonyms of Cetraria vulpina

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Definition of Cetraria vulpina

Cetraria vulpina
Vulpic Vul"pic, a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, derived from, or designating, an acid obtained from a lichen (Cetraria vulpina) as a yellow or red crystalline substance which on decomposition yields pulvinic acid.

Meaning of Cetraria vulpina from wikipedia

- diverse chemistry, with several types of lichenan (Xanthoparmelia-type, Cetraria-type, intermediate-type), isolichenan and/or other polysaccharides being...
- three w****s. In North America the most significant lichen dye is Letharia vulpina. Indigenous people through most of this lichen's range in North America...
- In 1831, in the course of a study of the constituents of lichens (Cetraria Vulpina), the French chemist and pharmacist Antoine Bebert discovered a compound...
- cerebriformis — (Taiwan) host unknown Tremella cetrariicola — (Scotland) host Cetraria spp Tremella christiansenii — (Denmark) host Physcia spp Tremella cinnabarina...
- saurinum Caloplaca brattiae W.A.Weber Caloplaca stantonii W.A.Weber ex Arup Cetraria coralligera (W.A.Weber) Hale = Tuckermanella coralligera Cyphelium brunneum...
- are toxic. Most poisonous lichens are yellow. In the past, Iceland moss (Cetraria islandica) was an important source of food for humans in northern Europe...
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