Definition of Lichenic. Meaning of Lichenic. Synonyms of Lichenic

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Definition of Lichenic

Lichenic
Lichenic Li*chen"ic (l[-i]*k[e^]n"[i^]k), a. Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, lichens. Lichenic acid. (a) An organic acid, C14H24O3, obtained from Iceland moss. (b) An old name of fumaric acid.

Meaning of Lichenic from wikipedia

- Common lichen growth forms A lichen (/ˈlaɪkən/, LEYE-ken or (especially in the UK) /ˈlɪtʃən/, LICH-en) is a composite organism that arises from algae or...
- Lichen pl**** (LP) is a chronic inflammatory and immune mediated disease that affects the skin, nails, hair, and mucous membranes. It is characterized...
- Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease of unknown cause, commonly appearing as whitish patches on the genitals, which can affect...
- Lichen is a type of symbiotic organism. Lichen may also refer to: Lichens (musician), Robert Lowe's solo musical project "Lichen", the nickname for an...
- A leprose lichen is a lichen with a powdery or granular surface. Leprose lichens lack an outer "skin," or cortex. If a crustose lichen starts to disintegrate...
- bolete mushrooms (specifically Boletus fomentarius var. pseudo-igniarius), lichen, and Iceland moss. Fumarate is an intermediate in the citric acid cycle...
- Edible lichens are lichens that are edible.[citation needed] They include: Cetraria islandica (known as Iceland moss) Cladonia rangiferina Bryoria fremontii...
- and many species of gr****es are common. Many species of mushrooms and lichens are also found in the state. Montana is home to a diverse array of fauna...
- are found in large numbers. More than 6,600 species of fungi (including lichen-forming species) have been recorded from Ukraine, but this number is far...
- (cyanobacteria) living among filaments of a fungus, forming lichen. Living as a symbiont in a lichen appears to be a successful way for a fungus to derive essential...
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