Bibliography for “Significance of Lichen Compounds” by Irene Winston

The article “Significance of Lichen Compounds” was published in the Regional Parks Botanic Garden October 2015 Newsletter. The following is a bibliography for that article:

Australian Lichens.

Stuart D. Crawford. 2014. Ch. 2, Lichens Used in Traditional Medicine, in Lichen Secondary Metabolites: Bioactive Properties and Pharmaceutical Potential, Branislav Rankovic, ed.

Ana Crespo, Pradeep K. Divakar, and Thorsten Lumbsch. 2014. Sinnauer Associates, Inc. Fungi Hyperdiversity Closer to Animals than to Plants, in The Tree of Life, Chapter 15, p.180 (Aspergillus—penicillin-like antibiotics and anticholesterolemics such as lovastatin)

Mike Crockett, Stacie Kageyama, Delfina Homen, Carrie Lewis, Jane Osborn, and Logan Sander. 2003. Antibacterial Properties of Four Pacific Northwest Lichens.

Daniel A. Dias, Sylvia Urban, and Ute Roessner. April 2012. A Historical Overview of Natural Products in Drug Discovery. Metabolites 2012, 2(2), pp. 303-336; doi: 10.3390/metabo2020303

Brendan P. Hodkinson, Jessica L. Allen, Laura L. Forrest, Bernard Goffinet, Emmanuel Serusiaux, Olafur S. Andresson, Vivian Miao, Jean-Philippe Bellenger, and Francois Lutzoni. 30 Jan 2014. Lichen-symbiotic cyanobacteria associated with Peltigera have an alternative vanadium-dependent nitrogen fixation system. European Journal of Phycology, 49:1, pp. 11-19.

Brendan P. Hodkinson and Francois Lutzoni, 2008. Lichen-associated non-photobiont bacteria: the third symbiont? Mycological Society of America Annual Meeting, State College, PA. Inoculum 59(4): 34

Mark Kowalski, Georg Hausner, Michele D. Piercey-Normore. 2011.  Bioactivity of secondary metabolites and thallus extracts from lichen fungi. Mycoscience 52(6), pp. 413-418. doi:10.1007/S10267-011-0118-3

Francois Lutzoni, Mark Pagel, and Valerie Reeb. 2001. Major fungal lineages are derived from lichen symbiotic ancestors. Nature 2001 Jun 21, 411(6840), pp. 937-40

Katalin Molnar and Edit Farkas. 2010.  Current Results on Biological Activities of Lichen Secondary Metabolites: A Review. Verlag der Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung, Tubingen. pp. 157- 173.

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