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  • Reichert, I/ Galun, M 1958: Some lichens on olive trees in Israel. - Bull. Res. Council of Israel, Sect. D, Bot. 6(4): 237-244. [RLL List # 30 / Rec.# 15488]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ OLIVE TREES/ NEW TAXA/ LECANORA/ RINODINA/ CALOPLACA/ PHYSCIA
    Abstract: 12 fig. [19 taxa. New: Lecanora oleae sp. nov., L. hageni var. inspersa var. nov., Caloplaca esdraelonensis sp. nov., Rinodina magnussoniana sp. nov., R. carmeli sp. nov., Physcia leptalea var. granulosa var. nov.]
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  • Galun, M/ Reichert, I 1960: A study of lichens of the Negev. - Bull. Res. Counc. Israel, Sect. D, Bot. 9(3): 127-148. [RLL List # 54 / Rec.# 6341]
    Keywords: NEGEV DESERT/ ISRAEL/ FLORA/ NEW TAXA/ ACAROSPORA/ DIPLOSCHISTES/ LECANORA/ CALOPLACA/ CANDELARIELLA/ BUELLIA
    Abstract: 7 fig. [37 taxa. New: Diploschistes tenuis Reich. & Galun sp. nov., Acarosprora areolata Reich. & Galun sp. nov., Lecanora negevensis Reich. & Galun sp. nov., Candelariella minuta Reich. & Galun sp. nov., Caloplaca negevensis Reich. & Galun sp. nov., Buellia sorediosa Reich. & Galun. sp. nov.]
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  • Galun, M 1963: Autecological and synecological observations on lichens of the Negev, Israel. - Israel Jour. Bot. 12: 179-187. [RLL List # 52 / Rec.# 6345]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ NEGEV/ DESERT/ FLORA
    Abstract: 2 fig. 1 tab. [25 taxa.]
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  • Galun, M/ Reichert, I 1965: Lichens of Mount Carmel. First Contribution. - Israel Jour. Bot. 14: 5-14. [RLL List # 57 / Rec.# 6342]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ MOUNT CARMEL/ FLORA/ NEW TAXA/ PERTUSARIA
    Abstract: 4 fig. 1 pl. [16 species. New: Pertusaria carmeli sp. nov.]
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  • Galun, M 1966: Additions to the lichen flora of the Negev, Israel. - Israel Jour. Bot. 15: 144-149. [RLL List # 71 / Rec.# 6346]
    Keywords: NEGEV/ ISRAEL/ FLORA
    Abstract: 1 pl. [6 species.]
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  • Galun, M 1966: Lichens of the Galilee and their chemical constituents. - Israel Jour. Bot. 15: 58-63. [RLL List # 71 / Rec.# 6347]
    Keywords: GALILEE/ ISRAEL/ DESERT/ FLORA/ CHEMISTRY
    Abstract: 2 pl. [10 species.]
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  • Galun, M/ Lavee, H 1966: Lichens from Har Meron (Jebel Jermak), Upper Galilee. - The Bryologist 69: 324-333. [RLL List # 60 / Rec.# 6330]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ UPPER GALILEE
    Abstract: 11 fig. [20 species.]
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  • Galun, M 1967: A new location for Gonohymenia mesopotamica J. Stein. - The Bryologist 70: 330-332. [RLL List # 65 / Rec.# 6348]
    Keywords: GONOHYMENIA MESOPOTAMICA/ DISTRIBUTION
    Abstract: 4 fig.
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  • Galun, M 1967: A new species of Catillaria from Israel. - Lichenologist 3: 423-424. [RLL List # 65 / Rec.# 6349]
    Keywords: CATILLARIA/ ISRAEL/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract: 1 pl. [New: C. reichertiana sp. nov.]
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  • Galun, M 1967: Lichens. - Mada [Jerusalem, Israel] 12: 226-231. [RLL List # 69 / Rec.# 6350]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ POPULAR
    Abstract: Illus. [A popular article in Hebrew about lichens and lichen chemistry.]
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  • Galun, M 1970: The Lichens of Israel. - Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem. 116 pp. [RLL List # 77 / Rec.# 6351]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ KEYS/ FLORA
    Abstract: 19 fig. 28 pl. [A flora with many species; keys.]
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  • Galun, M/ Marton, K 1970: A new species of Gonohymenia from the Sinai Peninsula and its position in the genus. - The Bryologist 73: 378-380. [RLL List # 76 / Rec.# 6333]
    Keywords: GONOHYMENIA/ NEW TAXA/ SINAI PENINSULA/ DESERT
    Abstract: 4 fig. [New: Gonohymenia sinaica sp. nov.]
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  • Galun, M/ Paran, N/ Ben-Shaul, Y 1970: An ultrastructural study of the fungus alga association in Lecanora radiosa growing under different environmental conditions. - Jour. Microscopie 8: 801-806. [RLL List # 79 / Rec.# 6336]
    Keywords: LECANORA RADIOSA/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ TEM/ ECOTYPES/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 4 pl.
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  • Galun, M/ Paran, N/ Ben-Shaul, Y 1970: Structural modifications of the phycobiont in the lichen thallus. - Protoplasma 69: 85-96. [RLL List # 75 / Rec.# 6337]
    Keywords: ANATOMY/ STRUCTURAL MODIFICATIONS/ THALLUS/ TEM/ PHYCOBIONT/ ALGAE
    Abstract: 18 fig.
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  • Galun, M/ Paran, N/ Ben-Shaul, Y 1970: The fungus-alga association in Lecanoraceae: an ultrastructural study. - New Phytol. 69: 599-603. [RLL List # 89 / Rec.# 6338]
    Keywords: FUNGUS-ALGA ASSOCIATION/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ TEM
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  • Alon, G/ Galun, M 1971: The genus Caloplaca in Israel. - Israel Jour. Bot. 20: 273-292. [RLL List # 82 / Rec.# 481]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ CALOPLACA/ KEY
    Abstract: 1 pl. 1 fig. [33 species; key.]
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  • Galun, M/ Ben-Shaul, Y/ Paran, N 1971: Fungus-alga association in lichens of the Teloschistaceae: an ultrastructural study. - New Phytol. 70: 837-839. [RLL List # 82 / Rec.# 6318]
    Keywords: THELOSCHISTACEAE/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ TEM/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 2 pl.
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  • Galun, M/ Ben-Shaul, Y/ Paran, N 1971: The fungus-alga association in the Lecideaceae: an ultrastructural study. - New Phytol. 70: 483-485. [RLL List # 80 / Rec.# 6319]
    Keywords: LECIDEACEAE/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ TEM
    Abstract: 4 pl. ["The contact between the symbionts ranged from intracellular fungal invasion in the primatively organized thallus to a looser association of wall-to-wall attachment in the more highly differentiated growth forms." The first author's name is wrongly spelled "Gallun" on the by-line.]
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  • Paran, N/ Ben-Shaul, Y/ Galun, M 1971: Fine structure of the blue-green phycobiont and its relation to the mycobiont in two Gonohymenia lichens. - Arch. Mikrobiol. 76: 103-113. [RLL List # 79 / Rec.# 14189]
    Keywords: GONOHYMENIA/ CYANOBACTERIA/ MYCOBIONT/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ TEM
    Abstract: 13 fig.
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  • Yom-Tov, Y/ Galun, M 1971: Note on the feeding habits of the desert snails Sphincterochila boissieri Charpentier and Trochoidea (Xerocrassa) seetzeni Charpentier. - Veliger 14: 86-88. [RLL List # 81 / Rec.# 20604]
    Keywords: SNAILS/ FOOD/ BUELLIA/ DESERT/ ISRAEL/ INVERTEBRATES/ ANIMALS
    Abstract: 1 pl. 1 tab. [Among other plant particles, spores of Buellia were found in the digestive duct and excrement of both species of snails.]
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  • Galun, M/ Garty, J 1972: Lichens of north and central Sinai. - Israel Jour. Bot. 21: 243-254. [RLL List # 85 / Rec.# 6326]
    Keywords: SAUDI ARABIA/ SINAI/ ISRAEL/ DESERT/ MIDDLE EAST
    Abstract: 3 fig. [51 species.]
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  • Galun, M/ Marton, K/ Behr, L 1972: A method for the culture of lichen thalli under controlled conditions. - Arch. Mikrobiol. 83: 189-192. [RLL List # 83 / Rec.# 6332]
    Keywords: CULTURE/ TECHNIQUES/ LICHEN THALLI/ GROWTH
    Abstract: 4 fig.
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  • Galun, M/ Ben-Shaul, Y 1973: Lichen. - In: P. Gray (ed.): The Encyclopedia of Microscopy and Microtechnique. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, pp. 291-294. [RLL List # 87 / Rec.# 6320]
    Keywords: MICROSCOPY / MICROTCHNIQUE/ GENERAL
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  • Galun, M/ Kushnir, E/ Behr, L/ Ben-Shaul, Y 1973: Ultrastructural investigation on the alga-fungus relation in pyrenocarpous lichen species. - Protoplasma 78: 187-193. [RLL List # 87 / Rec.# 6329]
    Keywords: ULTRASTRUCTURE / PYRENOCARPOUS LICHENS/ TEM/ SYMBIOSIS
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  • Friedmann, EI/ Galun, M 1974: Desert algae, lichens, and fungi. - In: : Desert Biology. Vol. II. Academic Press, Inc., New York, pp. 165-212. [RLL List # 91-39 / Rec.# 6043]
    Keywords: DESERT/ REVIEW/ ECOLOGY
    Abstract: [Review paper.]
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  • Galun, M/ Behr, L/ Ben-Shaul, Y 1974: Evidince for protein content in concentric bodies of lichenized fungi. - Jour. Microscopie 19: 193-196. [RLL List # 90 / Rec.# 6317]
    Keywords: CONCENTRIC BODIES / PROTEIN CONTENT / MICROSCOPY / TEM / ULTRASTRUCTURE
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  • Garty, J/ Gal, M/ Galun, M 1974: The relationship between physio-chemical soil properties and substrate choice of 'multisubstrate' lichen species. - Lichenologist 6: 146-150. [RLL List # 91-40 / Rec.# 6437]
    Keywords: SUBSTRATE ECOLOGY/ SOILS/ TERRICOLOUS
    Abstract: 2 paltes. 2 tab.
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  • Garty, J/ Galun, M 1974: Selectivity in lichen-substrate relationships. - Flora 163: 530-534. [RLL List # 92-29 / Rec.# 6441]
    Keywords: WATER RELATIONS/ SUBSTRATES/ SAXICOLOUS/ DEVELOPMENT/ ECOLOGY/ SELECTIVITY
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab. [A correlation between lichen development and the moisture retention capacity of various types of rock.]
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  • Garty, J/ Galun, M 1974: Selectivity in lichen-substrate relationships. - Flora 163: 530-534. [RLL List # 93-40 / Rec.# 6442]
    Keywords: SUBSTRATES/ ECOLOGY/ SELECTION/ DESERT/ ISRAEL/ WATER RELATIONS/ SAXICOLOUS
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab. [In the Negev Desert there is a relationship between moisture-holding capacity of various rock types and the lichens that grow upon them.]
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  • Marton, K/ Galun, M 1974: A new species of Heppia from the Arava Valley, Israel. - The Bryologist 77: 239-241. [RLL List # 90 / Rec.# 12373]
    Keywords: HEPPIA / ISRAEL / NEW TAXA
    Abstract: [New: Heppia echinulata sp. nov.]
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  • Galun, M/ Braun, A/ Frensdorff, A/ Galun, E 1976: Hyphal walls of isolated lichen fungi. Autoradiographic localization of precursor incorporation and binding of fluorescein-conjugated lectins. - Arch. Microbiol. 108: 9-16. [RLL List # 95 / Rec.# 6321]
    Keywords: HYPHAL WALLS/ MYCOBIONT/ AUTORADIOGRAPHY/ LECTINS/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: 19 figures. 2 tables.
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  • Marton, K/ Galun, M 1976: In vitro dissociation and reassociation of the symbionts of the lichen Heppia echinulata. - Protoplasma 87: 135-143. [RLL List # 95 / Rec.# 12375]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ GROWTH/ PHYSIOLOGY/ REASSOCIATION/ HEPPIA
    Abstract: 20 figures.
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  • Peveling, E/ Galun, M 1976: Electron-microscopical studies on the phycobiont Coccomyxa Schmidle. - New Phytologist 77: 713-718. [RLL List # 96 / Rec.# 14396]
    Keywords: TEM/ COCCOMYXA/ PHYCOBIONT/ ULTRASTRUCTURE
    Abstract: 1 figure. 4 plates. 1 table.
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  • Garty, J/ Galun, M/ Fuchs, C/ Zisapel, N 1977: Heavy metals in the lichen Caloplaca aurantia from urban, suburban and rural regions in Israel (a comparative study). - Water Air Soil Pollut. 8: 171-188. [RLL List # 99 / Rec.# 6438]
    Keywords: HEAVY METALS/ CALOPLACA/ AIR POLLUTION/ ISRAEL
    Abstract: 3 figures. 8 tables.
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  • Kushnir, E/ Galun, M 1977: The fungus-alaga association in endolithic lichens. - Lichenologist 9: 123-130. [RLL List # 99 / Rec.# 10725]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ ENDOLITHIC/ SAXICOLOUS/ TEM/ ULTRASTRUCTURE
    Abstract: 10 figures.
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  • Garty, J/ Galun, M/ Kessel, M 1979: Localization of heavy metals and other elements accumulated in the lichen thallus. - New Phytologist 82: 159-168. [RLL List # 103-28 / Rec.# 6440]
    Keywords: CALOPLACA/ HEAVY METALS/ ACCUMULATION/ SEM/ TEM
    Abstract: 10 plates. 2 tables. [Study on Caloplaca aurantia, using SEM, TEM, and enery dispersive x-ray analyses, showed extracellular deposition of particulate fall-out accumulated in the lichen.]
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  • Shomer-Ilan, A/ Nissenbaum, A/ Galun, M/ Waisel, Y 1979: Effect of water regime on carbon isotope composition of lichens. - Physiologia Plantarum 63: 201-205. [RLL List # 103-84 / Rec.# 17264]
    Keywords: WATER RELATIONS/ RAMALINA/ TELOSCHISTES/ CARBON ISOTOPE/ ISRAEL
    Abstract: 3 tables. 3 figures. [Two-year study conducted on Ramalina duriaei and Teloschistes villosus collected from natural habitats in Israel showed that 13C/14C ratios vary seasonally. These variations in carbon isotopes were associated with quantitative metabolic changes. Carbon isotope values are reported from 13 other lichens as well.]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Galun, M 1980: Proteins from the lichen Xanthoria parietina which bind to phycobiont cell walls. Correlation between binding patterns and cell wall cytochemistry. - Protoplasma 104: 167-173. [RLL List # 109-8 / Rec.# 2639]
    Keywords: XANTHORIA/ PHYCOBIONT/ BINDING PROTEINS/ CELL WALL/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 1 table. 4 figures. [Specificity in binding patterns of the protein suggests that the protein may function in recognition of lichen symbionts.]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Galun, M 1980: Symbiosis in lichens: differences in cell wall properties of freshly isolated and cultured phycobionts. - FEMS Microbiology Letters 7: 311-313. [RLL List # 108-12 / Rec.# 2640]
    Keywords: CELL WALL/ PHYCOBIONT/ CULTURE/ CON A/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 1 table. [Reports the reappearance of Con A binding sites on phycobiont cell walls following isolation from the lichenized condition. " ... It is suggested that there can be a turnover of components in the original cell wall. Thus, the cell surface modifications of the alga induced by symbiosis are plastic, and can easily be reversed."]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Galun, M/ Frensdorff, A 1981: Proteins from the lichen Xanthoria parietina which bind to phycobiont cell walls. Localization in the intact lichen and cultured mycobiont. - Protoplasma 105: 207-211. [RLL List # 110-19 / Rec.# 2637]
    Keywords: XANTHORIA/ PHYCOBIONT/ TREBOUXIA/ MYCOBIONT/ PROTEIN/ SYNTHESIS/ RECOGNITION
    Abstract: 2 figures. ["A protein fraction, previously isolated from the lichen Xanthoria parietina and known to bind to the appropriate cultured Trebouxia phycobiont, was visualized in the intact lichen thallus and cultured mycobiont by an indirect immunoperoxidase assay." Authors speculate that these fungal cell wall proteins may play a significant role in symbiont recognition and synthesis.]
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  • Galun, M/ Malki, D/ Galun, E 1981: Visualization of chitin-wall formation in hyphal tips and anastomoses of Diplodia natalensis by fluorescein-conjugated wheat germ agglutinin and [3H] N-acetyl-D-glucosamine. - Archives of Microbiology 130: 105-110. [RLL List # 129-56 / Rec.# 6331]
    Keywords: TECHNIQUES/ WALL FORMATION/ CHITIN/ GROWTH/ POLYOXIN D/ IMMUNOFLUROESCENCE
    Abstract: 1 table. 12 figures. [A technique which might be used for lichen fungi.]
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  • Marton, K/ Galun, M 1981: The cyanophilous lichen population of the 'Arava Valley and the Judean Desert (Israel). - Israel Journal of Botany 30: 125-155. [RLL List # 118-54 / Rec.# 12376]
    Keywords: ISRAEL/ NEW TAXA/ CYANOPHILIC LICHENS/ GLOEOHEPPIA/ HEPPIA/ PELTULA/ DESERTS/ KEY
    Abstract: 31 figures. 1 table. [Thirty taxa are treated with keys of which 13 are new to Israel. New: Gloeoheppia erosa (Stnr.) K. Marton, comb. nov.; Heppia paulina K. Marton, sp. nov. and Peltula impressula (H. Magn.) K. Marton, comb. nov. "It is suggested that four species of Psorotrichia should be transferred to Porocyphus and three Heppia species to Pterygiopsis." Other changes in synonymy are proposed.]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Galun, M/ Ben-Yaacov, M/ Frensdorff, A 1982: Antigenic similarities and differences between symbiotic and cultured phycobionts from the lichen, Xanthoria parietina. - FEMS Microbiology Letters 13: 435-438. [RLL List # 114-9 / Rec.# 2636]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ ANTIGENS/ IMMUNOGEN/ PHYCOBIONT/ CELL WALL/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 1 table. ["The present findings ... further indicate the presence of a unique immunogen(s) on the cultured algal cell wall. Moreover, they may also give positive evidence for the presence of a unique immunogen(s) on the surface of the symbiotic alga."]
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  • Galun, M/ Bubrick, P/ Garty, J 1982: Structural and metabolic diversity of two desert-lichen populations. - Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 53: 321-324. [RLL List # 118-24 / Rec.# 6323]
    Keywords: CYANOPHILOUS/ DESERT/ NEGEV/ ADAPTATION/ MORPHOLOGY/ METABOLISM/ ARAVA VALLEY
    Abstract: 1 table. 1 figure. [The cyanophilous lichens are better adapted to the extreme desert conditions of the Arava Valley than are lichens characteristic of the central Negev dominated by eukaryotic phycobionts. Several possible explanations are presented including water absorption capacity, carbohydrate transport, and pigmentation differences.]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Ben-Yaakov, M/ Frensdorff, A/ Galun, M 1983: Lichen symbiosis: does the surface of the phycobiont's cell wall play a role in discrimination between compatible and incompatible symbionts?. - Israel Journal of Botany 32: 47-48. [RLL List # 118-8 / Rec.# 2633]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ CELL WALL/ RECOGNITION/ MYCOBIONT/ PHYCOBIONT
    Abstract: [Abstract.]
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  • Ronen, R/ Garty, J/ Galun, M 1983: Air pollution monitored by lichens. - Proceedings of the International Meeting of the Israel Ecological Society, Jerusalem, May, 1983 [Developments in Ecology and Environmental Quality] 2: 167-176. [RLL List # 122-79 / Rec.# 15841]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ CHLOROPHYLL/ SULFUR CONTENT/ HEAVY METALS/ ISRAEL/ TRANSPLANTS/ OWN
    Abstract: 1 figure. 2 tables. [Transplants of Ramalina duriaei were tested for chlorophyll degradation. "No significant correlation was found between the content of total sulphur in the lichen and chlorophyll degradation. Correlations between chlorophyll degradation and the content of some chemical elements are suggested as being useful in interpreting the impact of air pollution on lichens."]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Galun, M 1984: Cyanobiont diversity in the Lichinaceae and Heppiaceae. - Lichenologist 16: 279-287. [RLL List # 123-13 / Rec.# 2641]
    Keywords: CYANOBIONTS/ LICHINACEAE/ HEPPIACEAE/ DIVERSITY/ ALGAE/ ISOLATIONS
    Abstract: 22 figures. 2 tables. [Greater than expected cyanobiont diversity was found in isolates from 17 members of the Heppiaceae and Lichinaceae. Authors question the use of in situ identification and their role as an aid to lichen identification in these families.]
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  • Canaani, O/ Ronen, R/ Garty, J/ Cahen, D/ Malkin, S/ Galun, M 1984: Photoacoustic study of the green alga Trebouxia in the lichen Ramalina duriaei in vivo. - Photosynthesis Research 5: 297-306. [RLL List # 124-18 / Rec.# 2877]
    Keywords: PHOTOACOUSTIC/ RAMALINA/ TREBOUXIA/ ALGAE/ PHOTOSYNTHESIS/ OXYGEN DIFFUSION
    Abstract: 6 figures. ["Analysis of oxygen diffusion in the symbiont alga, from the modulation frequency dependence of the ratio of oxygen evolution to photothermal signal component is consistent with an average diffusion path of about 4um, compared to a smaller, 1um, average diffusion path obtained in green leaves."]
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  • Galun, M/ Bubrick, P/ Frensdorff, A 1984: Initial stages in fungus-alga interaction. - Lichenologist 16: 103-110. [RLL List # 121-32 / Rec.# 6322]
    Keywords: SYNTHESIS/ OWN/ RECOGNITION/ CELL WALL/ PHYCOBIONT/ MYCOBIONT/ ABP/ ALGAL BINDING PROTEIN
    Abstract: 4 figures. [Authors review information on the initial stages of symbiont interaction in lichens, particularlly in reference to their work with ABP (algal-binding protein). "So far, we have found that ABP fulfills several of the criteria of a molecule involved in the 'recognition', or initial interaction between lichen symbionts. We hypothesize that the attachment of preferred algal cells to mycobiont hyphae via molecules such as ABP or phytohaemagglutinins may be an essential step in the reassociation of some lichens. It seems that the reassociation of separated lichen bionts is a complex, multi-step phenomenon in which a series of selective events culminates in the most suitable combination of partners."]
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  • Galun, M/ Bubrick, P 1984: Physiological interactions between partners of the lichen symbiosis. - In: H.-F. Linskens & J. Heslop-Harrison (eds.): Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology, New Series, Volume 17. Cellular Interactions. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 362-401. [RLL List # 122-29 / Rec.# 6324]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ OWN/ INTERACTIONS/ PHYCOBIONT/ MYCOBIONT/ NITROGEN METABOLISM/ ALGAL BINDING PROTEIN/ POLYOLS/ RECOGNITION/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 7 tables. 11 figures. [A excellent and thorough review of cellular interactions in lichens with many references.]
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  • Galun, M/ Garty, J/ Ronen, R 1984: Lichens as bioindicators of air pollution. - Webbia 38: 371-383. [RLL List # 126-29 / Rec.# 6325]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ ISRAEL/ HEAVY METALS/ ACCUMULATION/ RAMALINA/ CALOPLACA/ OWN
    Abstract: 4 tables. 4 maps. [General summary with examples of heavy metal accumulation data on Ramalina duriaei and Caloplaca aurantia from sites in Israel.]
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  • Ronen, R/ Canaani, O/ Garty, J/ Cahen, D/ Malkin, S/ Galun, M 1984: The effect of air-pollution and bisulfite treatment in the lichen Ramalina duriaei studied by photoacoustics. - In: C. Sybesma (ed.): Advances in Photosynthesis Research. Proceedings of the VIth International Congress on Photosynthesis, August 1-6, 1983, Brussels, Belgium. Volume 4. Martinus Nijhoff/Dr. W. Junk, The Hague, Boston, Lancaster, pp. 251-254. [RLL List # 123-98 / Rec.# 15838]
    Keywords: PHOTOSYNTHESIS/ PHOTOACOUSTICS/ OWN/ RAMALINA
    Abstract: 4 figures. 1 table. [Study carried out on Ramalina duriaei from Israel. "In conclusion, a comparative study was conducted by measuring the effect of NaHSO3 in the laboratory and the effect of total air pollution in the field, on photosynthetic responses of a lichen using a novel and very sensitive tool-photoacoustics."]
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  • Ronen, R/ Galun, M 1984: Pigment extraction from lichens with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) and estimation of chlorophyll degradation. - Environmental and Experimental Botany 24: 239-245. [RLL List # 122-79 / Rec.# 15840]
    Keywords: PIGMENTS/ DMSO/ CHLOROPHYLL/ EXTRACTION/ AIR POLLUTION
    Abstract: 6 figures. 4 tables. [The DMSO extraction method can be used for quantitative determination of total chlorophyll, and this rapid, one-step procedure is "...preferable for large scale monitoring of the effect of air pollution on lichen chlorphyll."]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Frensdorff, A/ Galun, M 1985: Proteins from the lichen Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr. which bind to phycobiont cell walls: isolation and partial purification of an algal-binding protein. - Symbiosis 1: 85-95. [RLL List # 126-9 / Rec.# 2634]
    Keywords: PHYCOBIONT/ ALGAL-BINDING PROTEIN/ SYMBIOSIS/ XANTHORIA/ OWN
    Abstract: 5 tables. 1 figure. [The algal-binding protein (ABP) from Xanthoria parietina collected in Israel had a molecular weight of 12-13, 000 daltons. "Preliminary evidence for the polysaccharide nature of the algal binding sites is presented." ABP may be involved in early symbiont recognition.]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Frensdorff, A/ Galun, M 1985: Selectivity in the lichen symbiosis. - In: D. H. Brown (ed.): Lichen Physiology and Cell Biology. Plenum Press, New York and London, pp. 319-334. [RLL List # 127-26 / Rec.# 2635]
    Keywords: SELECTIVITY/ SPECIFICITY/ DEVELOPMENT/ RECOGNITION/ GROWTH/ LICHENIZATION/ XANTHORIA/ RESYNTHESIS/ ABP/ ALGAL BINDING PROTEIN
    Abstract: 5 tables. 1 figure. [Synthesis studies on Xanthoria parietina and algal binding protein (ABP). Authors found that the mycobiont of X. parietina " ... displays a higher degree of selectivity during the contact phase than does the C[ladonia] cristatella mycobiont."]
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  • Canaani, O/ Ronen, R/ Garty, J/ Cahen, D/ Malkin, S/ Galun, M 1985: Photoacoustic study of photosynthesis in lichens. - In: : 4th International Topical Meeting on Photoacoustic, Thermal and Related Sciences. Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montreal, Canada, pp. 1-4. [RLL List # 128-17 / Rec.# 2878]
    Keywords: PHOTOACOUSTIC/ PHOTOSYNTHESIS/ TECHNIQUES/ ISRAEL/ RAMALINA/ AIR POLLUTION
    Abstract: 2 figures. 1 table. [Photoacoustic study of photosynthesis in Ramalina duriaei in Israel in relation to air pollution. "It is concluded that the quantum yield of oxygen evolution drops monotonically with the degree of pollution and can be used to evaluate the air quality of any particular environment."]
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  • Garty, J/ Ronen, R/ Galun, M 1985: Correlation between chlorophyll degradation and the amount of some elements in the lichen Ramalina duriaei (De Not.) Jatta. - Environmental and Experimental Botany 25: 67-74. [RLL List # 124-34 / Rec.# 6459]
    Keywords: RAMALINA/ HEAVY METALS/ TRANSPLANTS/ ISRAEL/ CHLOROPHYLL
    Abstract: 1 figure. 5 tables. [Transplant studies in Israel showed the " ... ratio values decreased with increase in amounts of Br, Pb, Fe, and Ti. There was no significant correlation between the amount of sulphur, calcium, chlorine, strontium, zinc and phosphorus in the lichen and chlorophyll degradation."]
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  • Ronen, R/ Canaani, O/ Garty, J/ Cahen, D/ Malkin, S/ Galun, M 1985: Photosynthetic parameters in Ramalina duriaei, in vivo, studied by photoacoustics. - In: D. H. Brown (ed.): Lichen Physiology and Cell Biology. Plenum Press, New York and London, pp. 9-22. [RLL List # 127-152 / Rec.# 15839]
    Keywords: PHOTOACOUSTIC SPECTROSCOPY/ PHOTOSYNTHESIS/ RAMALINA/ TECHNIQUES/ AIR POLLUTION/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: 1 table. 9 figures. [Photoacoustic sprectometry has several advantages for studying photosynthesis especially for changes induced by air pollution. These studies on Ramalina were carried out in Israel.]
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  • Bubrick, P/ Galun, M 1986: Spore to spore resynthesis of Xanthoria parietina. - Lichenologist 18: 47-49. [RLL List # 127-27 / Rec.# 2642]
    Keywords: XANTHORIA/ GROWTH/ SPORES/ RESYNTHESIS/ CULTURE/ MYCOBIONT/ PHYCOBIONT
    Abstract: 1 figure. ["Axenic, spore to spore resynthesis of Xanthoria parietina has been accomplished on an agar substrate."]
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  • Garty, J/ Galun, M/ Hochberg, Y 1986: The accumulation of metals in Caloplaca aurantia growng on concrete roof tiles. - Lichenologist 18: 257-263. [RLL List # 128-37 / Rec.# 6439]
    Keywords: CONCRETE/ CALOPLACA/ HEAVY METALS/ ISRAEL/ POLLUTION/ ACCUMULATION
    Abstract: 9 tables. 1 figure. [Accumulation of heavy metals correlates well with the ambient metal concentration, and the concentrations in the lichen is many times higher than the substratum.]
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  • Galun, M", (ed.) 1988: CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume I. - CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton. 297 pp. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6316]
    Keywords: REVIEWS
    Abstract: Hundreds of illustrations and tables. [This volume includes chapters on The True Nature of Lichens--A Historical Survey; The Fungal Partner; The Algal Partner; The Lichen Thallus; The Fungus-Alga Relation; Asci, Ascospores, and Ascomata; Conidiomata, Conidiogenesis and Conidia; Carbon Metabolism; Nitrogen Metabolism; and Lichen Enzymology. Each article is treated separately in this bibliography.]
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  • Galun, M", (ed.) 1988: CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume II. - CRC Press Inc., Boca Raton. 181 pp. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6315]
    Keywords: REVIEWS/ ECOLOGY/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: Many tables and figures. [This volume contains reviews relating to ecology, ecophysiology, and cellular interactions. Each article is treated separately in this bibliography.]
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  • Galun, M", (ed.) 1988: CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume III. - CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton. 147 pp. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6314]
    Keywords: REVIEWS/ CHEMISTRY/ SECONDARY PRODUCTS/ PIGMENTS/ TAXONOMY/ AIR POLLUTION/ USES/ DATING/ LICHENOMETRY/ MEDICINE/ CULTIVATION/ CULTURE
    Abstract: Many illustrations and tables. [This volume contains articles relating to chemical constituents of lichens, secondary metabolic products, storage products and pigments, principles of classification, interactions with pollutants, uses of lichens, and methods for cultivating isolated bionts. Each article is treated separately in this bibliography.]
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  • Galun, M 1988: Carbon metabolism. - In: M. Galun (ed.): CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume I. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 197-200. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6352]
    Keywords: CARBON METABOLISM/ MYCOBIONTS
    Abstract: 2 tables. [Brief review with 16 references.]
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  • Galun, M 1988: Effects of symbiosis on the mycobiont. - In: M. Galun (ed.): CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume II. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 145-151. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6353]
    Keywords: MYCOBIONT/ LICHENIZATION/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ TEM/ CONCENTRIC BODIES
    Abstract: 2 tables. 4 figures. [Review of various structural details including concentric bodies, phosphate granules, plasmalemma, cell wall, hyphal septa, and lichen substances. Twenty-two references.]
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  • Galun, M 1988: Fungus-alga relation. - In: M. Galun (ed.): CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume I. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 147-158. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6354]
    Keywords: REVIEW/ TEM/ SYMBIOSIS/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ HAUSTORIA
    Abstract: 12 figures. 1 table. [Review of ultrastructural details of photobiont-mycobiont interactions including a table summarizing haustoria in lichens. Fifty-five references.]
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  • Galun, M 1988: Lichenization. - In: M. Galun (ed.): CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume II. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 153-169. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6355]
    Keywords: LICHENIZATION/ RESYNTHESIS/ CULTURE/ RECOGNITION
    Abstract: [Review of topics including resynthesis in nature, selectivity and recognition, phytohemagglutinins, algal-binding protein, and resynthesis in vitro. Forty-two references are cited.]
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  • Galun, M/ Garty, J 1988: Soredia formation of compatible and incompatible lichen symbionts. - In: Scannerini, S/Smith, D/Bonfante-Fasolo, P/Gianinazzi-Pearson, V (eds.): Cell to Cell Signals in Plant, Animal and Microbial Symbiosis. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 207-217. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 6327]
    Keywords: BIONT SPECIFICITY/ LICHENIZATION/ SOREDIA
    Abstract: 7 fig.
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  • Galun, M/ Ronen, R 1988: Interactions of lichens and pollutants. - In: M. Galun (ed.): CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume III. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 55-72. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6343]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ POLLUTANTS/ PHYSIOLOGY/ MAPPING/ UPTAKE/ HEAVY METALS
    Abstract: 5 tables. 3 figures. [Review of lichen interactions with pollutants including SO2, heavy metals, radionuclides, and others. Discussion includes notes on ecosystem alteration and mapping, transplants, morphological and cytological changes, and metabolic and physiological effects. Bibliography contains 107 references.]
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  • Galun, M/ Shomer-Ilan, A 1988: Secondary metabolic products. - In: M. Galun (ed.): CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Volume III. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 3-8. [RLL List # 138 / Rec.# 6344]
    Keywords: SECONDARY PRODUCTS/ CHEMISTRY/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 3 figures. [Brief synopsis of secondary product chemistry and biosynthesis with 34 references.]
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  • Silberstein, L/ Galun, M 1988: Spectrophotometric estimation of chlorophyll in lichens containing anthraquinones in relation to air pollution assessments. - Environmental and Experimental Botany 28(2): 145-150. [RLL List # 135 / Rec.# 17307]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ CHLOROPHYLL/ ANTHRAQUINONES/ TECHNIQUE
    Abstract: 6 tables. 1 figure. [Interference of anthraquinones with chlorophyll content estimates can be overcome by a simple procedure of pigment separation described in this article. The procedure neither degrades the extracted chlorophyll nor changes the chlorophyll:phaeophytin ratios in the extracts.]
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  • Kardish, N/ Kessel, M/ Galun, M 1989: Characterization of symbiotic and cultured Nostoc of the lichen Nephroma laevigatum Ach. - Symbiosis 7: 257-266. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 9820]
    Keywords: NEPHROMA/ NOSTOC
    Abstract: 5 fig.
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  • Galun, M 1990: Lichen research: an overview with some emphases (review article). - In: Nardon, P/Gianinazzi-Pearson, V/Grenier, AM/Margulis, L/Smith, DC (eds.): Endocytobiology IV. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, pp. 161-168. [RLL List # 148 / Rec.# 6356]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 6 fig.
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  • Kardish, N/ Rotem-Abarbanell, D/ Zilberstein, A/ Galun, M 1990: Comparison between the symbiotic Nostoc of the lichen Nephroma laevigatum Ach. and its cultured, isolated Nostoc by recombinant DNA. - Symbiosis 8: 135-145. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 9822]
    Keywords: DNA/ NEPHROMA/ NOSTOC/ RECOMBINANT DNA
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab. ["The hybridization patterns of the non-symbiotic Nostoc strains differed greatly from those of the intact cyanobiont and the cultured isolates. Possibilities that may account for the pattern differences are suggested."]
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  • Leizerovich, I/ Kardish, N/ Galun, M 1990: Comparison between eight symbiotic, cultured Nostoc isolates and a free-living Nostoc by recombinant DNA. - Symbiosis 8: 75-85. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 11308]
    Keywords: DNA/ NOSTOC/ RECOMBINANT DNA
    Abstract: 6 fig. 1 tab. [The DNA of a free-living Nostoc and of Nostoc symbionts from 4 lichens (Nephroma laevigatum, Peltigera horizontalis, P. polydactyla var. dolichorrhiza, Collema sp.), 2 bryophytes (Anthoceros laevis, Blasia pusilla), a cycad (Cycas revoluta) and an angiosperm (Gunnera kaalensis) was extracted and compared using DNA hybridization techniques. "The hybridization patterns obtained revealed similarities and diversities, which are not in correlation with the phylogenetic status of the hosts."]
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  • Silberstein, L/ Siegel, SM/ Keller, P/ Siegel, BZ/ Galun, M 1990: A new method for the extraction of ATP from lichens. - In: H. M. Jahns (ed.): Contributions to Lichenology in Honour of A. Henssen. Bibliotheca Lichenologica. No. 38. J. Cramer, Berlin-Stuttgart, pp. 411-418. [RLL List # 141 / Rec.# 17310]
    Keywords: ATP/ EXTRACTION/ CHEMISTRY/ AIR POLLUTION
    Abstract: 3 figures. ["Changes of ATP levels are suggested as indicators for the effect of air pollution on lichens."]
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  • Kardish, N/ Silberstein, L/ Fleminger, G/ Galun, M 1991: Lectin from the lichen Nephroma laevigatum Ach. Localization and function. - Symbiosis 11: 47-62. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 9823]
    Keywords: AGLUTININS/ LECTINS/ NEPHROMA
    Abstract: 6 fig. 1 tab. [Investigation of a lectin termed Nephroma laevigatum aglutinin (NLA). "A possible role of NLA as a determinant of specificity at the initial stage of symbiont interaction, is discussed."]
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  • Galun, M 1994: [Review of:] : [Review:] V. Ahmadjian. The Lichen Symbiosis. 250 pp. 1993. John Wiley & Sons, New York. . - Symbiosis 16(1): 111. [RLL List # 156 / Rec.# 6357]
    Keywords: BOOK REVIEW/ SYMBIOSIS
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  • Mukhtar, A/ Garty, J/ Galun, M 1994: Does the lichen alga Trebouxia occur free-living in nature: further immunological evidence. - Symbiosis 17(2-3): 247-253. [RLL List # 158 / Rec.# 13182]
    Keywords: FREE-LIVING/ IMMUNOASSAY/ IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE/ NATURAL POPULATIONS/ PHOTOBIONT/ TREBOUXIA
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab. [Study of Trebouxia from rocks in an area sterilized by forest fire. Their answer is "yes."]
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  • Galun, M/ Kardish, N 1995: Lectins as determinants of symbiotic specificity in lichens. - Cryptogamic Botany 5(2): 144-148. [RLL List # 159 / Rec.# 6328]
    Keywords: LECTINS/ PHOTOBIONT/ PHOTOBIONT SPECIFICITY/ PHYCOBIONT SELECTIVITY/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 7 fig. 2 tab. ["The lectin NLA, isolated from the lichen Nephroma laevigatum and the lectin ABP isolated from the lichen Xanthoria parietina were purified and characterized. The interaction of these molecules with the homologous photobionts, respectively, and their interaction with heterologous photobionts was examined. A possible role of NLA and ABP in the discrimination between compatible and incompatible photobionts is suggested."]
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  • Keller, P/ Mukhtar, A/ Galun, M 1995: Resistance: Are there limits to resistance in lichens?. - Symbiosis 18: 87-88. [RLL List # 159 / Rec.# 9971]
    Keywords: CULTURE/ LONGEVITY/ PHOTOBIONT/ RESISTANCE/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 1 fig. ["Trebouxia photobionts of several 25-47 year old herbarium Xanthoria parietina specimens have been isolated and successfully cultured under controlled conditions."]
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  • Lehr, H/ Fleminger, G/ Galun, M 1995: Lectin from the lichen Peltigera membranacea (Ach.) Nyl.: characterization and function. - Symbiosis 18: 1-13. [RLL List # 159 / Rec.# 11298]
    Keywords: AGGLUTININS/ ANTIBODIES/ LECTINS/ NEPHROMA/ PELTIGERA
    Abstract: 3 fig. 3 tab. ["In this work we characterize the purified lectin isolated from the lichen Peltigera membranacea, postulate its function and distinguish between a number of closely related Peltigera species by immunological criteria."]
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  • Galun, M/ Mukhtar, A 1996: Checklist of the lichens of Israel. - Bocconea 6: 149-171. [RLL List # 165 / Rec.# 6334]
    Keywords: CHECKLIST/ ISRAEL
    Abstract: [Lists 234 infrageneric taxa. New to Israel: Bacidia naegelii, Clauzadea chondrodes, Collema coccophorum, C. flaccidum, Dermatocarpon walthekii, Hyperphyscia adglutinata, Lecanora chlarotera, Lecidea lurida, Leptogium corniculatum, Ochrolechia pallescens, Peltula euploca, Physcia semipinnata, Placidiopsis dalmatica, Teloschistes villosus, Thelenella hassei.]
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  • Galun, M/ Mukhtar, A 1996: Checklist of the lichens of Israel. - Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 44: 195-218. [RLL List # 172 / Rec.# 6335]
    Keywords: CHECKLIST/ ISRAEL
    Abstract: [Apparently identical to the paper published in Bocconea 6: 149-171 the same year.]
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  • Silberstein, L/ Siegel, BZ/ Siegel, SM/ Mukhtar, A/ Galun, M 1996: Comparative studies on Xanthoria parietina, a pollution-resistant lichen, and Ramalina duriaei, a sensitive species. I. Effects of air pollution on physiological processes. - Lichenologist 28(4): 355-365. [RLL List # 164 / Rec.# 17308]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ ISRAEL/ POLLUTION TOLERANT/ RAMALINA/ SENSITIVITY/ TRANSPLANTATION/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 6 fig. 2 tab.
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  • Silberstein, L/ Siegel, BZ/ Siegel, SM/ Mukhtar, A/ Galun, M 1996: Comparative studies on Xanthoria parietina, a pollution-resistant lichen, and Ramalina duriaei, a sensitive species. II. Evaluation of possible air pollution-protection mechanisms. - Lichenologist 28(4): 367-383. [RLL List # 164 / Rec.# 17309]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ DISTRIBUTION/ ISRAEL/ POLLUTION TOLERANT/ RAMALINA/ SENSITIVITY/ TRANSPLANTATION/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 14 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Galun, M/ Peleg-Zuriel, L 2000: Growth enhancement of lichen-forming fungi. - In: Schroeter, B/Schlensog, M/Green, TGA (eds.): New Aspects in Cryptogamic Research. Contributions in Honour of Ludger Kappen. Bibliotheca Lichenologica, J. Cramer, Berlin, Stuttgart, pp. 105-111. [RLL List # 179 / Rec.# 6340]
    Keywords: CULTURE/ GROWTH EFFECTS/ GROWTH RATES/ GROWTH SUBSTANCES/ MYCOBIONT
    Abstract: 5 fig. ["We describe a growth-promoting effect obtained by exposing mycobiont cultures to alfalfa seed exudate containing flavones and flavonoids already known as nod gene activators of legume rhizobial symbionts and as molecular signals in the development of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi."]
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  • Gorbushina, AA/ Galun, M/ Golubkova, NS 2000: Symbiotic (lichenised) and free-living fungi on desert rocks: propagation strategies and similarity of vegetative life forms. - In: : The Fourth IAL Symposium, Progress and Problems in Lichenology at the Turn of the Millennium. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, pp. 69. [RLL List # 181 / Rec.# 21047]
    Keywords: ASEXUAL PROPAGULES/ DESERT/ EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS/ POIKILOHYDRIC/ SAXICOLOUS LICHENS/ WATER RELATIONS
    Abstract: [Abstract from the International Association for Lichenology's fourth symposium, held in Barcelona, Spain, 3-8 September 2000.]
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  • Lehr, H/ Galun, M/ Ott, S/ Jahns, H-M/ Fleminger, G 2000: Cephalodia of the lichen Peltigera aphthosa (L.) Willd. Specific recognition of the compatible photobiont. - Symbiosis 29: 357-365. [RLL List # 190 / Rec.# 24092]
    Keywords: ANTIBODIES/ CEPHALODIA/ IMMUNOGOLD LABELLING/ LECTINS/ NOSTOC/ PELTIGERA
    Abstract: 5 fig.
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  • Galun, M 2001: Endolithic microorganisms. - In: Misra, JK/Horn, BW (eds.): Trichomycetes and Other Fungal Groups. Robert W. Lichtwardt Commemoration Volume. Science Publishers, Inc., Enfield, New Hampshire & Plymouth, UK, pp. 209-223. [RLL List # 190 / Rec.# 24150]
    Keywords: ENDOLITHIC/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 10 fig. 2 tab. [Review.]
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  • Galun, M/ Garty, J 2001: Biological soil crusts of the Middle East. - In: Belnap, J/Lange, O (eds.): Biological Soil Crusts: Structure, Function, and Management. Ecological Studies, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 95-106. [RLL List # 184 / Rec.# 22376]
    Keywords: CRYPTOGAMIC CRUSTS/ EGYPT/ IRAQ/ ISRAEL/ JORDAN/ KUWAIT/ LEBANON/ MIDDLE EAST/ NEGEV/ SAUDI ARABIA/ SOIL CRUSTS/ SYRIA/ YEMEN
    Abstract: 1 fig.
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  • Czeczuga, B/ Czeczuga-Semeniuk, E/ Galun, M/ Mukhtar, A 2004: Pigmentation changes in Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr. - Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 95: 293-300. [RLL List # 194 / Rec.# 25258]
    Keywords: CAROTENOIDS/ CHLOROPHYLL/ INSOLATION/ PHYCOBIONTS/ TREBOUXIA/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 1 fig. 2 tab.
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