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  • Harley, JL/ Smith, D. 1956: Sugar absorption and surface carbohydrase activity of Peltigera polydactyla (Neck.) Hoffm.. - Ann. Bot. [Oxford] 20(80): 513-543. [RLL List # 23 / Rec.# 7768]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRASE/ PELTIGERA POLYDACTYLA/ SUGAR ABSORPTION/ CARBOHYDRATES/ METABOLISM
    Abstract: 15 fig. 18 tab. ["A sucrose-splitting enzyme system separate from the sugar absorption mechanism is chown to be held on the cell surface and to be equally active in the algal and medullary zones... The difficulties of sampling lichen material for physioloical work are superable when approached in the manner described in this paper..."]
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  • Smith, D. 1960: Studies in the physiology of lichens. 2. Absorption and utilization of some simple organic nitrogen compounds by Peltigera polydactyla. - Ann. Bot., n. ser. 24(94): 172-185. [RLL List # 36 / Rec.# 17578]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ PELTIGERA POLYDACTYLA/ ORGANIC NUTRIENTS/ GROWTH/ METABOLISM
    Abstract: 1 fig. 7 tab.
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  • Smith, D. 1960: Studies in the physiology of lichens. 3. Experiments with dissected discs of Peltigera polydactyla. - Ann. Bot., n. ser. 24(94): 186-199. [RLL List # 36 / Rec.# 17579]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ PELTIGERA POLYDACTYLA/ ORGANIC NUTRIENTS/ GROWTH/ METABOLISM/ DISC TECHNIQUE
    Abstract: 7 tab. ["The algal region [of the thallus] has a greater respiration rate and nitrogen content than the medulla, and it absorbs more glucose, asparagine, phosphate, and ammonia than the medulla... The medulla has a greater water content than the algal region, and may function as a water reservoir."]
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  • Smith, D. 1961: The physiology of Peltigera polydactyla (Neck.) Hoffm.. - Lichenologist 1(5): 209-226. [RLL List # 40 / Rec.# 17580]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ PELTIGERA POLYDACTYLA/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 2 fig. [A review paper.]
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  • Smith, D. 1962: The biology of lichen thalli. - Biol. Rev. 37: 537-570. [RLL List # 44 / Rec.# 17581]
    Keywords: REVIEW/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: [Review paper with about 120 references.]
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  • Smith, D. 1964: The lichen thallus as a functional unit in nature. - Advancement of Sci. [London] 31(9): 248-250. [RLL List # 52 / Rec.# 17584]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ REVIEW
    Abstract: [Review paper.]
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  • Smith, D./ Drew, EA 1965: Studies in the physiology of lichens. V. Translocation from the algal layer to the medulla in Peltigera polydactyla. - New Phytol. 64: 193-200. [RLL List # 58 / Rec.# 17575]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER/ POLYOLS/ PELTIGERA/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: 5 fig.
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  • Bednar, TW/ Smith, D. 1966: Studies in the physiology of lichens. VI. Preliminary studies of photosynthesis and carbohydrate metabolism of the lichen Xanthoria aureola. - New Phytol. 65: 211-220. [RLL List # 61 / Rec.# 1669]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM/ XANTHORIA AUREOLA/ PHOTOSYNTHESIS/ PHYSIOLOGY/ SUGAR ALCOHOLS/ MANNITOL/ PENTITOL/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab. ["Most of the carbon fixed in photosynthesis ... accumulated in sugar alcohols and relatively little is incorporated into soluble compounds at first. Two kinds of sugar alcohols are involved--mannitol and a pentitol ... It is likely that the flow of carbon from alga to fungus is relatively rapid and efficient..."]
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  • Drew, EA/ Smith, D. 1966: Studies in the physiology of lichens. VII. The physiology of the Nostoc symbiont of Peltigera polydactyla compared with cultured and free-living forms. - New Phytol. 66: 379-388. [RLL List # 65 / Rec.# 4540]
    Keywords: PELTIGERA POLYDACTYLA/ PHYSIOLOGY/ NOSTOC/ ALGAE/ CULTURE/ PHOTOBIONT
    Abstract: 2 fig. 3 tab. [Nostoc cells isolated from Peltigera polydactyla "excrete much of the photosynthetically fixed carbon into the medium as glucose, but they lose this property after only 48 hours in culture, at which time the cells begin to release only small amounts of a compound which may be a polysaccharide."]
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  • Drew, EA/ Smith, D. 1966: The physiology of the symbiosis in Peltigera polydactyla (Neck.) Hoffm.. - Lichenologist 3: 197-201. [RLL List # 62 / Rec.# 4541]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ PELTIGERA POLYDACTYLA/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 3 tab.
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  • Richardson, DHS/ Smith, D. 1966: The physiology of the symbiosis in Xanthoria aureola (Ach.) Erichs.. - Lichenologist 3: 202-206. [RLL List # 62 / Rec.# 15583]
    Keywords: XANTHORIA AUREOLA/ SYMBIOSIS/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Drew, EA/ Smith, D. 1967: Studies in the physiology of lichens. VIII. Movement of glucose from alga to fungus during photosynthesis in the thallus of Peltigera polydactyla. - New Phytol. 66: 389-400. [RLL List # 65 / Rec.# 4542]
    Keywords: PHOTOSYNTHESIS/ PHYSIOLOGY/ PELTIGERA/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER
    Abstract: 7 fig. 1 pl. 6 tab.
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  • Lewis, DH/ Smith, D. 1967: Sugar alcohols (polyols) in fungi and green plants. I. Distribution, physiology and metabolism. - New Phytol. 66: 143-184. [RLL List # 63 / Rec.# 11443]
    Keywords: POLYOLS/ SUGAR ALCOHOLS/ CHEMISTRY/ PHYSIOLOGY/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER
    Abstract: 8 tab. [Includes a detailed discussion of lichens.]
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  • Lewis, DH/ Smith, D. 1967: Sugar alcohols (polyols) in fungi and green plants. II. Methods of detection and quantitative estimation in plant extracts. - New Phytol. 66: 185-204. [RLL List # 63 / Rec.# 11444]
    Keywords: POLYOLS/ SUGAR ALCOHOLS/ CHEMISTRY/ PHYSIOLOGY/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER/ TECHNIQUES/ METHODS
    Abstract: 2 fig. 8 tab.
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  • Richardson, DHS/ Smith, D./ Lewis, DH 1967: Carbohydrate movement between the symbionts of lichens. - Nature 214: 879-882. [RLL List # 63 / Rec.# 15582]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER/ LOBARIA/ NOSTOC/ TREBOUXIA/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: 2 fig. [The pattern of carbohydrate transfer from alga to fungus in Lobaria species depends upon whether the algal component is Nostoc or Trebouxia.]
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  • Richardson, DHS/ Hill, DJ/ Smith, D. 1968: Lichen physiology. XI. The role of the alga in determining the pattern of carbohydrate movement between lichen symbionts. - New Phytol. 67: 469-486. [RLL List # 70 / Rec.# 15571]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER/ MYCOBIONT/ PHYCOBIONT/ POLYOLS
    Abstract: 5 fig. 10 tab. ["The identity of the carbohydrate moving between the symbionts of a lichen depends on the genus of alga present." The Chlorophyceae contribute polyols, the Cyanophyceae contribute glucose.]
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  • Richardson, DHS/ Smith, D. 1968: Lichen physiology. IX. Carbohydrate movement from the Trebouxia symbiont of Xanthoria aureola to the fungus. - New Phytol. 67: 61-68. [RLL List # 68 / Rec.# 15584]
    Keywords: XANTHORIA AUREOLA/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSPORT/ TREBOUXIA/ ALGAE/ POLYOLS/ MYCOBIONT/ PHYSIOLOGY
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Richardson, DHS/ Smith, D. 1968: Lichen physiology. X. The isolated algal and fungal symbionts of Xanthoria aureola. - New Phytol. 67: 69-77. [RLL List # 68 / Rec.# 15585]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ RIBITOL/ POLYOLS/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSPORT/ XANTHORIA AUREOLA/ ALGAE
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab. ["These results confirm studies with the intact thallus which have suggested that ribitol was the main form in which carbohydrate moved between the symbionts in the thallus."]
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  • Smith, D. 1968: The movement of carbohydrate from alga to fungus in lichens. - Bull. Soc. Bot. France, Mem. 1968: 129-133. [RLL List # 73 / Rec.# 17585]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER/ SYMBIOSIS/ PHYSIOLOGY/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 1 tab.
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  • Smith, D./ Muscatine, L/ Lewis, D 1969: Carbohydrate movement from autotrophs to heterotrophs in parasitic and mutualistic symbiosis. - Biol. Rev. 44: 17-90. [RLL List # 70 / Rec.# 17577]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRATE TRANSPORT/ SYMBIOSIS/ REVIEW/ PARASITES/ MUTUALISM
    Abstract: 1 fig. 8 tab. [Detailed review; much on lichens.]
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  • Sargent, MV/ Smith, D./ Elix, JA 1970: The minor anthraquinones of Xanthoria parietina (L.) Beltram, the chlorination of parietin, and the synthesis of fragillin and 7-chloroemodin (`AO-1'). - Jour. Chem. Soc. (C) 1970: 307-311. [RLL List # 75 / Rec.# 16295]
    Keywords: CHEMISTRY/ FRAGILIN/ PARIETIN/ ANTHRAQUINONES/ XANTHORIA
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  • Smith, D. 1970: Lichens. - Sci. Jour. [England] 6(3): 31-37. [RLL List # 75 / Rec.# 17586]
    Keywords: REVIEW/ PHYSIOLOGY/ POPULAR/ GENERAL
    Abstract: Illus. [Excellent general article with much on physiology, especially from the author's own research.]
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  • Hill, DJ/ Smith, D. 1972: Lichen physiology. XII. The `inhibition technique'. - New Phytol. 71: 15-30. [RLL List # 82 / Rec.# 8525]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ INHIBITION TECHNIQUE/ CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER
    Abstract: 3 tab. 13 fig. ["This paper examines the usefulness of the technique in the study of carbohydrate movement."]
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  • Smith, D./ Molesworth, S 1973: Lichen physiology. XIII. Effects of rewetting dry lichens. - New Phytol. 72: 525-533. [RLL List # 87 / Rec.# 17576]
    Keywords: PHYSIOLOGY/ REWETTING/ ECOPHYSIOLOGY/ WATER RELATIONS
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  • Smith, D. 1973: Symbiosis of Algae with Invertebrates. - No. 43 in the "Oxford Biology Readers, " Oxford University Press, London. 16 pp. [RLL List # 86 / Rec.# 17587]
    Keywords: GENERAL/ INVERTEBRATES/ SYMBIOSIS/ ALGAE
    Abstract: 19 figures.
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  • Smith, D. 1973: The Lichen Symbiosis. - No. 42 in the "Oxford Biology Readers, " Oxford University Press, London. 16 pp. [RLL List # 86 / Rec.# 17588]
    Keywords: GENERAL/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: 16 figures.
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  • Green, TGA/ Smith, D. 1974: Lichen physiology XIV. Differences between lichen algae in symbiosis and in isolation. - New Phytol. 73: 753-766. [RLL List # 90 / Rec.# 7013]
    Keywords: LICHEN ALGAE / SYMBIOSIS / ISOLATION / PHYSIOLOGY / CULTURE / GROWTH
    Abstract: ["... lichen algae begin to show substantial changes from their behavior in symbiosis as soon as they are separated from the fungus."]
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  • Smith, D. 1974: Transport from symbiotic algae and symbiotic chloroplasts to host cells. - Symposia Soc. Exper. Biol. [Cambridge] 28: 485-520. [RLL List # 91 / Rec.# 17589]
    Keywords: ALGAE / CHLOROPLASTS / TRANSPORT / PHYSIOLOGY / PHOTOBIONTS
    Abstract: [Lichens, review paper.]
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  • Smith, D. 1975: Symbiosis and the biology of lichenised fungi. - Symposia Soc. Exper. Biol. [University Press, Cambridge]] 29: 373-405. [RLL List # 94 / Rec.# 17590]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 6 fig. 1 pl. 4 tab.
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  • Smith, D. 1975: The lichen symbiosis. - Carolina Tips 38: 17-18. [RLL List # 91 / Rec.# 17591]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS / BIOLOGY
    Abstract: [An article based on Smith's "The Lichen Symbiosis" in the Oxford Biology Reader series.]
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  • Chambers, S/ Morris, M/ Smith, D. 1976: Lichen physiology. XV. The effect of digitonin and other treatments on biotrophic transport of glucose from alga to fungus in Peltigera polydactyla. - New Phytol. 76: 485-500. [RLL List # 96 / Rec.# 3080]
    Keywords: CARBOHYDRATE TRANSFER/ GLUCOSE/ PELTIGERA/ PHYSIOLOGY/ DIGITONIN
    Abstract: 5 figures. 8 tables.
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  • Farrar, JF/ Smith, D. 1976: Ecological physiology of the lichen Hypogymnia physodes. III. The importance of the rewetting phase. - New Phytol. 77: 115-125. [RLL List # 96 / Rec.# 5495]
    Keywords: REWETTING/ WATER RELATIONS/ PHYSIOLOGY/ HYPOGYMNIA
    Abstract: 8 figures. 7 tables.
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  • Smith, D. 1976: Comparison between the lichen symbiosis and other symbioses. - In: D. H. Brown, D. L. Hawksworth & R. H. Bailey (eds.): Lichenology: Progress and Problems. Academic Press, London, pp. 497-513. [RLL List # 95 / Rec.# 17592]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ PHYSIOLOGY/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 2 tables.
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  • Maass, WSG/ McInnes, AG/ Smith, D./ Taylor, A 1977: Lichen substances. X. Physciosporin, a new chlorinated depsidone. - Canad. Jour. Chem. 55: 2839-2844. [RLL List # 100 / Rec.# 11962]
    Keywords: CHEMISTRY/ DEPSIDONES/ PHYSCIOSPORIN
    Abstract: 1 figure.
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  • Smith, D. 1978: What can lichens tell us about real fungi?. - Mycologia 70: 915-934. [RLL List # 101-81 / Rec.# 17593]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ GENERAL
    Abstract: 6 tables. 9 figures. [Text of a lecture given at the Second International Mycological Congress, Tampa, Florida August, 1977. A delightful prodding of mycologists to pay more attention to lichens.]
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  • Suffling, R/ Smith, D. 1979: The effect of Tordon 101 herbicide on soil organic matter balance. - Canadian Journal of Botany 57: 108-116. [RLL List # 103-88 / Rec.# 18015]
    Keywords: SOIL/ HERBICIDE/ TORDON 101/ ONTARIO/ CANADA
    Abstract: 6 tables. 6 figures. [Lichens breifly mentioned. Study conducted on a power line right-of-way south of Sudbury, Ontario.]
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  • Kappen, L/ Smith, D. 1980: Heat tolerance of two Cladonia species and Campylopus praemorsus in a hot steam vent area of Hawaii. - Oecologia 47: 184-189. [RLL List # 109-57 / Rec.# 9788]
    Keywords: CLADONIA/ HAWAII/ STEAM VENTS/ TEMPERATURE/ HEAT TOLERANCE/ CLADINA
    Abstract: 3 tables. 4 figures. ["With respect to heat tolerance only Campylopus can be considered as adapted to the hot environment. Therefore it is able to colonize the hot dry soil while deriving its moisture from adjacent steam vents. The lichens, particularly Cl. skottsbergii, are not adapted and are as sensitive to heat as most other lichens."]
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  • Smith, D. 1980: Mechanisms of nutrient movement between the lichen symbionts. - In: C. B. Cook, P. W Pappas & E. D. Rudolph (eds.): Cellular Interactions in Symbiosis and Parasitism. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, pp. 197-227. [RLL List # 107-71 / Rec.# 17594]
    Keywords: NUTRIENT TRANSFER/ INHIBITION TECHNIQUE/ REVIEW/ PHYCOBIONT/ MYCOBIONT
    Abstract: 5 figures. 1 table. [Review including a revised explanation of the "Inhibition Technique" used to study nutrient transport in lichens.]
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  • Smith, D. 1981: The role of nutrient exchange in recognition between symbionts. - Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 94: 517-528. [RLL List # 112-71 / Rec.# 17595]
    Keywords: SYMBIOSIS/ RECOGNITION/ REVIEW/ NUTRIENT EXCHANGE
    Abstract: [General review concentrating on lichens and invertebrates. "Four principle stages are distinguished in the establishment of algal symbiosis: contact, incorporation into host matrix, integration into host regulatory mechanisms, and the development of nutrient flows between symbiont and host."]
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  • Smith, D. 1985: [Review of:] D. L. Hawksworth & D. J. Hill: The Lichen-forming Fungi. Blackie, Glasgow & London. 1984. - Lichenologist 17: 315. [RLL List # 126-96 / Rec.# 17596]
    Keywords: REVIEW
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  • Smith, D./ Douglas, AE 1987: The Biology of Symbiosis. - Contemporary Biology, Edward Arnold, London. 302 pp. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 17574]
    Abstract: [Chapter six deals with specific aspects of the lichen symbiosis, and most of the other chapters include much information of interest to lichenologists.]
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  • Smith, D. 1988: Concepts leading to an understanding of recognition and signalling between hosts and 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. 397-407. [RLL List #  / Rec.# 17597]
    Keywords: BIONT RECOGNITION/ BIONT SPECIFICITY/ LICHENIZATION
    Abstract: 1 tab.
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  • Nardon, P/ Gianinazzi-Pearson, V/ Grenier, AM/ Margulis, L/ Smith, D. (eds.) 1990: Endocytobiology IV. - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris. 620 pp. [RLL List # 148 / Rec.# 13333]
    Keywords: ENDOSYMBIOSIS/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: [Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Endocytobiology, organized by the International Society of Endocytobiology and held Lyon, France 3-8 July 1989. Includes papers on many aspects of symbiosis, including six dealing with lichens which are cited separately in this list.]
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  • Smith, D. 1992: British Lichen Society Bulletin, Index to Nos 1-70. - . 16 pp. [RLL List # 150 / Rec.# 17600]
    Keywords: BRITAIN/ NEWSLETTER
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  • Smith, D. 1993: The symbiotic condition. - Symbiosis 14(1/2/3): 3-15. [RLL List # 151 / Rec.# 17598]
    Keywords: MUTUALISM/ PARASITISM/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: [General discussion of symbiosis vs. parasitism. "It is concluded that the general nature of the symbiotic condition is better understood if it is regarded primarily as a situation in which a host is exploiting a symbiont. The extent to which symbionts can be considered unequivocally and simultaneously to exploit their hosts varies greatly between different types of association, so that such 'mutualistic' aspects should be assigned only minor or secondary significance in considering the general phenomenon of symbiosis."]
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  • McCarthy, DP/ Smith, D. 1995: Growth curves for calcium-tolerant lichens in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. - Arctic and Alpine Research 27(3): 290-297. [RLL List # 161 / Rec.# 12547]
    Keywords: ALBERTA/ BRITISH COLUMBIA/ GLACIAL MORAINES/ LICHENOMETRY
    Abstract: 5 fig. 4 tab. [Growth curves for Xanthoria elegans and Aspicilia candida.]
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  • Smith, D./ McCarthy, DP/ Colenutt, ME 1995: Little ice age glacial activity in Peter Lougheed and Elk Lakes provincial parks, Canadian Rocky Mountains. - Canadian Journal of Earth Science 32: 579-589. [RLL List # 162 / Rec.# 17601]
    Keywords: ASPICILIA/ GLACIAL MORAINES/ GROWTH CURVES/ LICHENOMETRY/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 8 fig. 3 tab. [Includes lichenometric data using Xanthoria elegans and Aspicilia candida.]
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  • Smith, D. 1997: What future for lichenology?. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 80: 1-5. [RLL List # 167 / Rec.# 17599]
    Keywords: AMATEURS/ BIODIVERSITY/ ECOLOGY/ FUTURE
    Abstract: [Overview and opinion piece.]
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  • Smith, D. 2001: Symbiosis research at the end of the millenium. - Hydrobiologia 461: 49-54. [RLL List # 192 / Rec.# 24847]
    Keywords: REVIEW/ SYMBIOSIS
    Abstract: [Brief review.]
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  • Larocque, SJ/ Smith, D. 2004: Calibrated Rhizocarpon spp. growth curve for the Mount Waddington area, British Columbia coast mountains, Canada. - Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 36(4): 407-418. [RLL List # 198 / Rec.# 26753]
    Keywords: BRITISH COLUMBIA/ CANADA/ LICHENOMETRY/ RHIZOCARPON
    Abstract: 8 fig. 5 tab.
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  • Lewis, DH/ Smith, D. 2004: Little Ice Age glacial activity in Strathcona Provincial Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. - Canadian Journal of Earth Science 41: 285-297. [RLL List # 199 / Rec.# 27157]
    Keywords: BRITISH COLUMBIA/ CANADA/ LICHENOMETRY/ LITTLE ICE AGE
    Abstract: 8 fig. 7 tab. [Includes use of Rhizocarpon geographicum for lichenometric data.]
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