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The effect of the substrate on the growth and reproduction of the lichens Cladonia rangiferina and C mitis

The effect of the substrate on the growth and reproduction of the lichens Cladonia rangiferina and C mitis

Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin: 4, 170-177

The growth rate and percentage of fertile individuals were studied in the lichens <i>Cladonia rangiferina</i> and <i>C. mitis</i> growing on various substrates in a heath-lichen pine forest and a bilberry-cowberry pine forest with <i>Pleurozium</i> and other mosses, both on the White Sea coast. The substrates were soil, rocks, and pine wood.

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DOI: 10.3103/s0096392508040068

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