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  • Werth, CR/ Lellinger, DB 1992: Genomically preserved plants and their nomenclature. - Taxon 41(3): 513-521. [RLL List # 150 / Rec.# 20189]
    Abstract: [Lichens briefly mentioned.]
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  • Werth, S/ Kalwij, J/ Csencsics, D/ Cornejo, C/ Scheidegger, C 2004: Does disturbance matter? A landscape genetic approach for Lobaria pulmonaria. - In: Randlane, T/Saag, A (eds.): Book of Abstracts of the 5th IAL Symposium. Lichens in Focus. Tartu University Press, pp. 42. [RLL List # 197 / Rec.# 26424]
    Keywords: GENETICS/ LANDSCAPE/ LOBARIA/ POPULATIONS
    Abstract: [Abstract from "The 5th Symposium of the International Association for Lichenology" held in Tartu, Estonia, 16-21 August 2004.]
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  • Werth, S/ Tommervik, H/ Elvebakk, A 2005: Epiphytic macrolichen communities along regional gradients in northern Norway. - Journal of Vegetation Science 16: 199-208. [RLL List # 199 / Rec.# 27046]
    Keywords: CLIMATE/ COMMUNITY ECOLOGY/ GEOGRAPHY/ HABITAT ECOLOGY/ HUMAN IMPACT/ NORWAY
    Abstract: 4 fig. 4 tab. 2 append.
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  • S. Werth, H. H. Wagner, R. Holderegger, J. M. Kalwij and C. Scheidegger 2006: Effect of disturbances on the genetic diversity of an old-growth forest associated lichen. - Molecular Ecology 15: 911-921. [RLL List # 208 / Rec.# 29806]
    Keywords: OLD GROWTH FORESTS/ DISTURBANCE/ ECOLOGY/ LOGGING/ LOBARIA/ SWITZERLAND/ JURA MOUNTAINS/ MICROSATELLITES/ POPULATION HISTORY/ LANDSCAPE GENETICS
    Abstract: [Microsatellite study of Lobaria pulmonaria in spruce forests in the Swiss Jura Mountains. "We found evidence for multiple independent immigrations into demes located in burnt and logged areas. The spatial autocorrelation was predominantly attributed to clonal dispersal of vegetative propagules. This pattern may indicate low dispersal ranges of clonal propagules, but random dispersal of sexual ascospores. Genetic diversity was highest in logged demes, and lowest in burnt demes." Disturbance may not impact genetic diversity for extended time periods.]
    – 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2006.02838.x

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  • Werth, S./ Wagner, H. H./ Gugerli, F./ Holderegger, R./ Csencsics, D./ Kalwij, J. M./ Scheidegger, C. 2006: Quantifying dispersal and establishment limitation in a population of an epiphytic lichen. - Ecology 87(8): 2037-2046. [RLL List # 204 / Rec.# 29342]
    Keywords: DISPERSAL KERNEL/ LANDSCAPE SCALE DISPERSAL/ LOBARIA/ REAL TIME PCR/ SNOW TRAP/ TRANSPLANTS/ SWITZERLAND/ ESTABLISHMENT
    Abstract: [Molecular studies on snow trapped soredia and soredia from transplants of Lobaria pulmonaria in the Jura Mountains, Switzerland. "Monitoring of soredia of L. pulmonaria transplanted to maple bark after two vegetation periods showed high variance in growth among forest stands, but no significant differences among different transplantation treatments. Hence, it is probably not dispersal limitation that hinders colonization in the old-forest lichen L. pulmonaria, but ecological constraints at the stand level that can result in establishment limitation."
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