Definition of Lichenology. Meaning of Lichenology. Synonyms of Lichenology

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Definition of Lichenology

Lichenology
Lichenology Li`chen*ol"o*gy (-j[y^]), n. [Lichen + -logy.] The science which treats of lichens.

Meaning of Lichenology from wikipedia

- Lichenology is the branch of mycology that studies the lichens, symbiotic organisms made up of an intimate symbiotic ****ociation of a microscopic alga...
- International ****ociation for Lichenology (IAL) is an organisation that encourages the understanding of lichens and lichenology, and promotes their study...
- This article about lichens or lichenology is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it....
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- Acharius Medal from the International ****ociation for Lichenology for lifetime achievements in lichenology, and the genera Crespoa, Cresponea and Cresporaphis...
- who pioneered the taxonomy of lichens and is known as the "father of lichenology." Acharius was famously the last pupil of Carl Linnaeus. Acharius was...
- British polar explorer and botanist who specialised in the field of lichenology. Mackenzie was born in Clapham, London, on 11 September 1911. Mackenzie's...
- classifying or researching bryophytes. The field is often studied along with lichenology due to the similar appearance and ecological niche of the two organisms...
- in bacteriology), fungi (mycology) – including lichen-forming fungi (lichenology), non-chlorophyte algae (phycology), and viruses (virology). However...
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