Usnea


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Synonyms for Usnea

widely distributed lichens usually having a greyish or yellow pendulous freely branched thallus

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Metabolites with antioxidant and photo-protective properties from Usnea roccellina Motyka, a lichen from Colombian Andes.
Rosario Arroyo and Elena Araujo for the confirmation/identification of the Ramalina and Usnea species respectively.
Leptogium phyllocarpum, Sticta colombiana, Sticta hirsutofugilinosa, Sticta viviana y Usnea rubicunda, estan presentes unicamente en el interior del fragmento 1.
Nombre Nombre Uso medicinal Localidad y cientifico criollo grupo humano actualizado (nombre publicado) LICHENES USNEACEAE Usnea hieronymi barba de Expectorante Anejas-Norte Kremphl.
Antioxidative and cardiovascular-protective activities of metabolite usnic acid and psoromic acid produced by lichen species Usnea complanara under submerged fermentation.
Los registros a nivel de generos tambien concordaron con los expuestos para familias, ya que de acuerdo a Aguirre & Chaparro (2002) "los generos mejor representados para Colombia, entre otros son Hypotrachyna, Parmotrema y probablemente Usnea, tambien son los mas diversificados para la Region Natural Andina".
Lichenomphalia hudsoniana, Sticta wrightii, Lobaria scrobiculata, Usnea longissima were found only in the mountains biotopes.
They are the herb Usnea barbata, medicinal mushrooms, and garlic.
Essa densidade e acrescida, no campo formal, pela sinerese violenta, de que ha exemplos quase em cada pagina, e que possibilita aumentar o numero de palavras contidas no verso/Num poeta que contrai violentamente os vocabulos a ponto de fundir quatro vogais em uma silaba, como no verso 'E a alga criptograma e a usnea e o cogumelo' (PROENCA, 1973, p.
2011--Efectos de la aplicacion de glifosato sobre parametros quimico-fisiologicos en Usnea amblyoclada (Mull.
Camouflage, shrubby lichen, Usnea, Phaneropterinae, holophyletic group, sympatry, neotropics
Essential oils extracted from the needles of conifers such as pine and fir trees can be valuable, he said, as can the usnea lichen that grow on trees and are used in herbal medicine.
Two secondary metabolites (diffractaic acid and usnic acid) and extract of a lichen species, Usnea longissima Ach.