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Effect of the substrate on the biochemical features of the lichen Evernia prunastri


, : Effect of the substrate on the biochemical features of the lichen Evernia prunastri. Bot. Z, 50: 7, 979-81

Investigations showed that the content of lichen acids, the antibiotic activity of 8 different extracts of the lichen, and the perfumery quality of concentrated alcohol extracts differed considerably in relation to the tree species from which E. prunastri was taken (Quercus robur, Carpinus caucasica, Acer campestre, A. tataricum, Ulmus carpinifolia, Crataegus pentagyna, Pyrus malus, P. caucasica and Prunus divaricata).

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