- Author:D. H. S Richardson
- Publisher:Wiley (1981)
- Pages:220 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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This book provides an overview of the value of lichens for monitoring a range of potentially harmful substances including sulphur .
This book provides an overview of the value of lichens for monitoring a range of potentially harmful substances including sulphur dioxide.
New Biological Books. Kenneth L. Giles, "The Biology of Mosses. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Rethinking the Theoretical Foundation of Sociobiology. Wilson et al. A Symbiotic View of Life: We Have Never Been Individuals.
Richardson, D. Oxford: Blackwell 1981. Department of Botany, Institute of Biology, Kossuth University, Hungary. 3. Biró, . Fehér, L, Sztanyik, L. Radiation Consequences in Hungary of the Chernobyl Accident. Budapest: Hungarian Atomic Energy Commission 1986.
The leafy liverwort flora from the Valley of Mexico has been less explored than the moss flora in the same region. There are no taxonomic, floristic or phytogeographic studies for this plant group, although in the literature there are sporadic reports.
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David H. S. Richardson is a British and Canadian lichenologist noted for his studies on the effects of air pollution upon lichens
David H. Richardson is a British and Canadian lichenologist noted for his studies on the effects of air pollution upon lichens. Professor Richardson was awarded a doctorate from the University of Oxford for his thesis entitled Studies in the biology and physiology of lichens with special reference to Xanthoria parietina (. Th. Fr. Richardson was a professor at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland before transferring to Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
There has been an increasing interest in bryophyte ecology over the past 100 or so years, initially of a phytosociological nature but, additionally, in recent years, of an experimental nature as well
There has been an increasing interest in bryophyte ecology over the past 100 or so years, initially of a phytosociological nature but, additionally, in recent years, of an experimental nature as well. Early studies of bryophyte communities have led to detailed investigations into the relationships between the plants and their environment. Ecological papers, the large number of which is evidenced by the length of the bibliographies in the subsequent chapters, have appeared in numerous journals
David H. Richardson Dr. David H. Richardson is a British and Canadian lichenologist noted for his studies on the . Richardson, D. 1981. The Book Guild, Lewes, Sussex. Lichenologist 37(3): 273-274
David H. 1982. Blood-lead concentrations in three to eight year old schoolchilderen from Dublin City and rural County Wicklow. Irish Journal of Medical Science 151: 203-210. The surface physiology of lichens with particular reference to carbohydrate transfer between the symbionts. Lichenologist 37(3): 273-274. Brodo, I. and D. Richardson.