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A Study of Trebouxia and Pseudotrebouxia Isolates from Different Lichens

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 March 2007

K. C. Hildreth
Affiliation:
Department of Biology, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts 01610, USA.
V. Ahmadjian
Affiliation:
Department of Biology, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts 01610, USA. Author to whom reprint requests should be sent.

Abstract

The phycobionts of 20 different lichens were studied in culture, described and assigned to species of Pseudotrebouxia and Trebouxia. Identical phycobiont species were isolated from widely different lichens which showed that these algal symbionts were not specific to particular mycobionts. There was much variation in cellular detail within individual algal species indicating that the criteria currently used to separate species of these phycobionts may be too restrictive.

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Copyright © British Lichen Society 1981

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