Authors:Kelly C. Teixeira, Gabriela F. Moreira, Welber G. Quirino, Cristiano Legnani, Raigna A. Silva, Marco Cremona, Hermi F. Brito and Carlos A. Achete
well suitable for display applications. Pure red, green, and blue emissions are required, and in this context, rare-earth (RE)-based complexes are interesting candidates to be used for this purpose [ 3 – 5 ].
Due to the intra f–f transitions of
Authors:Anatolii Romaniuk, Nataliya Gyryavenko, Mykola Lyndin, Sofiia Romaniuk, Miroslav Starkiv and Galina Slobodyan
[ 4 ]. Female genital TB is a rare case and generally occurs secondary to other affected organs [ 5 ].
Tuberculous salpingitis is an infection in human’s body, which develops hematogenously from the primary lesions (lung and intestine) to the
Authors:S. Y. Kondratyuk, L. Lőkös, N. V. Kapetz, L. Ya. Pleskach, J. Kim, A. S. Kondratiuk and J.-S. Hur
Physcia ucrainica sp. n. from the Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine, sharing diagnostic morphological characters of the Physcia adscendens and P. stellaris groups (Physciaceae, Ascomycota) and its transitional position between the mentioned groups in the phylogenetic tree of the Physciaceae based on combined ITS1/ITS2 nrDNA and 12S SSU mtDNA sequences is presented.
A few additional, rare for the “Novy Svit” Botanical Reserve area, the Crimean Peninsula, and Ukraine, taxa of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi are mentioned as well.
The combination of neutron activation analysis (NAA) and electrochemistry has been used to study the deposition behavior of rare earth elements, as it is reported that excepting La, no other rare earths are electrodeposited. The radiotracers of rare earth elements were electrolyzed in an aqueous medium on a graphite electrode by varying the voltage and time of electrodeposition, thereby optimizing the final experimental conditions for quantitative deposition of rare earth elements. The observations are reported in this work.
Some of the more important developments in science and practical demands in commerce have been linked to attempts to detect
rare events and rare contaminants, ranging from the early “counting” of solar neutrinos to the occurrence of dodder seeds
in clover. For moderately rare events (≈5 to 50 counts) we consider limitations of the Poisson-normal approximation, together
with the apparent problem of excessive false positives when a common expression is (mis-)used for detection decisions. For
very rare events, rigorous approaches published more than half a century ago are applicable to such current problems as trace
actinide contamination and nuclear treaty monitoring.
Authors:S. Y. Kondratyuk, L. Lőkös, E. Farkas, S.-O. Oh and J.-S. Hur
One new genus, i.e. Ivanpisutia S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, similar to the genera Carbonea and Lecidella of the Lecanoraceae, and eleven new species of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi, i.e. Agonimia cavernicola S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Caloplaca chujaensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Lichenochora makareviczae S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, and Rusavskia coreana S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur from South Korea; Caloplaca neobaltistanica S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur from China; and Caloplaca mandshuriaensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Ivanpisutia oxneri S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Lecanora lojkahugoi S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Lecidella mandshurica S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Opegrapha verseghyklarae S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur and Rusavskia ussurica S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur from the Russian Far East, are described and illustrated, compared with closely related taxa.
Fourteen species of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi are reported as new for South Korea (i.e. Arthonia molendoi, Caloplaca arenaria, C. sideritis, Candelariella coralliza, Lecanactis cf. dilleniana, Micarea misella, Porina aff. ahlesiana, P. distans, Protoparmeliopsis pseudogyrophorica, Pyxine subcinerea, Stigmidium rivulorum, Stigmidium squamariae, Vouauxiomyces ramalinae, Zwackhiomyces lithoideae); 8 for Russia or the Russian Far East (i.e. Absconditella baegasanensis, Bactrospora cf. corticola, Biatoridium aff. monasteriense, Collemopsidium cf. halodytes, Lecanora cf. hafelliana, Opegrapha phaeophysciae, Phacopsis oxyspora, Polycoccum clauzadei, Vouauxiomyces ramalinae; and 2 species new to China (Caloplaca zoroasteriorum, Seirophora blumii).
Detailed locality data and annotations are given for further 27 noteworthy species, which are rare in South Korea (i.e. Arthonia epiphyscia, Buellia griseovirens, Caloplaca austrocoreana, C. chejuensis, C. micromera, C. multicolor, C. subconcilians, C. trassii, Catillaria atomaroides, Enterographa leucolyta, Fellhanera chejuensis, Fellhanera subtilis, Fuscidea austera, Fuscopannaria incisa, Ionaspis lacustris, Lecania rinodinoides, Lobaria japonica, Lobaria spathulata, Micarea coreana, Phaeophyscia endococcinodes, Physcia stellaris, Pyxine limbulata, Scoliciosporum chlorococcum, S. umbrinum, Sculptolumina japonica, Trapelia coarctata, T. placodioides); and for 3 species rare in Russia (i.e. Dactylospora lobariella, Megalospora tuberculosa, Nipponoparmelia perplicata); and Dimelaena aff. oreina in China.
Arthonia epiphyscia is for the first time recorded from Anaptychia isidiata, and Arthonia molendoi is for the first time recorded from Caloplaca subscopularis.