Publications M. Temina

    Juriado I., Lohmus P., Martin J., Martin L., Nilson E., Piin T., Randlane T., Saag A., Saag L., Sarv M., Suija A., Temina M., Trass H. 1999. Second checklist of lichenized, lichenicolous and allied fungi of Estonia. FoliaCryptogamicaEstonica 35, 132 pp.

    Temina M., Kondratyuk S.Ya., Zelenko S.D., Wasser S.P., Nevo E. 2005. Lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi of Israel. Wasser S.P., Nevo E. (eds.) A.R.A. Ganter VerlagK.-G., Ruggell, 384 pp.

    Martin J., Martin L., Temina M. 1997. Lichens of Naissaar Island. In: Martin J., Pärn H. (eds.) Naissaar. Tallinn, pp. 79-84.

    Temina M. 1992. Dynamics of the floristic composition of the epilithic lichen-groupings in Maardu phosphorite querries, Northern Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Biology Ecology 2(2): 68-75.

    Martin L., Temina M. 1992. Xanthoria sorediata - new species for the Estonian lichen flora. FoliaCryptogamica Estonica 29: 37.

    Temina M. 1993. The lichen species Endocarpon psorodeum (Nyl.) Blomb., Forss. in Northern Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Biology 42(4): 274-277.

    Temina, M. 1994. Dynamics of the phytocoenotic role of lichen Arthonia lapidicola (Taylor), Branth, Rostrup in epilithic lichen groupings in Maardu phosphorite quarries, Northern Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Biology 43(4):  221-228.

    Temina M. 1995. Lecania cuprea (A. Massal.) v.d. Boom and Coppins in v.d. Boom and Staurothele frustulenta Vain.-two new species in the Estonian lichen flora. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Biology 44(3/4): 106-108.

    Randlane T., Jüriado I., Martin J., Martin L., Nilson E., Temina M. 1997. Lichens of Naissaar Island (Gulf of Finland, Estonia). FoliaCryptogamica Estonica 31: 20-25.

    Temina M. 1998. Growth of lichens on limestone outcrops in northern Estonia. In: Progress and Problems in Lichenology in the Nineties. Proceeding III IAL Symposium, Salzburg, Austria, 1-7 September 1996. Sauteria 9: 173-179.

    Martin L., Temina M., Martin J. 1999. Supplement to list of lichen species of Naissaar Island (Gulf of Finland, Estonia). FoliaCryptogamica Estonica 34: 43-45.

    Temina M., Wasser S.P., Nevo, E. 2002. A contribution to the species diversity of lichens in Israel. Flora Mediterranea 12: 285-298.

    Temina M., Wasser S.P., Nevo E. 2004. New records of lichenized fungi from the Near East. Mycologia Balcanica 1(2): 139-151.

    Torres A., Pergament I., Smoum R., Niddam V., Dembitsky V.M., Temina M., Hochberg M., Dor I., Enk D.C., Lev O., Srebnik M. 2004. A new UVB-absorbing mycosporine with photo-protective activity from the lichenized ascomycete Collema cristatum. European Journal of Biochemistry 271: 780-784.

    Rezanka T., Temina M.,Hanus L., Dembitsky, V.M. 2004. The tornabeatins, four tetrahydro-2-furanone derivatives from the lichenized ascomycete Tornabea scutellifera (With.) J.R. Laundon. Phytochemistry 65: 2605-2612.

    Rezanka T., Temina M., Tolstikov A.G., Dembitsky, V.M. 2004. Natural Microbial UV Radiation Filters - Mycosporine-like Amino Acids. Folia Microbiologica 49(4): 339-352.

    Temina M., Nevo E., Wasser S.P.  2005. The lichen genus Acarospora in Israel and its vicinity. Nova Hedwigia 80(3):433-452.

    Temina M., Rezankova H., Rezanka T., Dembitsky V.M. 2007. Diversity of the fatty acids of the Nostoc species and their statistical analysis. Microbiological Research 162: 308-321.

    Hanus L.O., Temina M., Dembitsky V.M. 2008. Biodiversity of the chemical constituents in the epiphytic lichenized ascomycete Ramalina lacera grown on difference substrates Crataegus sinaicus, Pinus halepensis, and Quercus calliprinos. Biomed Pap Med Fac Univ Palacky Olomouc Czech Repub. 152(2): 203-208.

    Hanus L.O., Temina M., Dembitsky V.M. 2008. Antibacterial and Antifungal Activities of Some Phenolic Metabolites Isolated from the Lichenized Ascomycete Ramalina lacera. Natural Product Communications 3(2): 233-236.

    Kidron G.J., Temina M. 2008. The mycobiont role in the expansion of the lichen Caloplaca alociza on cobbles in the Negev Desert. Geomicrobiology Journal 25: 95-100.

    Temina M.,Andreev M.P., Barinova S., Nevo E. 2009.Diversity and ecology of epiphytic lichens in "Evolution Canyon" II, lower Nahal Keziv, Upper Western Galilee, Israel. Turkish Journal of Botany33: 263-275.

    Temina M. 2009. Lichen diversity of oak forests in Israel. In: The Study of Fungi in Biogeocenoses. Proceeding V International Conference, Perm, Russia, 1-13 September, 2009, pp. 346-350.

    Temina M., Nevo E. 2009. Lichens of Israel: diversity, ecology, and distribution. In: Krupp F., Musselman L.J., Kotb M.M.A., Weidig I. (eds) Environment, Biodiversity and Conservation in the Middle East. Proceedings of the First Middle Eastern Biodiversity Congress, Aqaba, Jordan, 20-23 October 2008. BioRisk 3: 127-136.

    Temina M., Levitsky D.O., Dembitsky V.M. 2010. Chemical constituents of the epiphytic and lithophilic lichens of the genus Collema. Records of Natural Products 4(1): 79-86.

    Kidron G.J., Temina M. 2010. Lichen Colonization on Cobbles in the Negev Desert Following 15 Years in the Field. Geomicrobiology Journal 27(5): 455-463.

    Kidron G.J., Temina M., Starinsky A. 2011. An Investigation of the Role of Water (Rain and Dew) in Controlling the Growth Form of Lichens on Cobbles in the Negev Desert. Geomicrobiology Journal 28: 335-346.

     Temina, M. & Kidron G. J. 2011. Lichens as biomarkers for dew amount and duration in the Negev Desert. Flora 206: 646-652.

     Kidron G.J. & Temina M. 2013. The effect of dew and fog on lithic lichens along an altitudinal gradient in the Negev Desert. Geomicrobiology Journal 30: 281-290.

    Temina M. & Brodo I.M. 2013. New records of lichens from Mount Carmel National Park and Atlit Beach (Israel). - Herzogia 26(1): 91-102.


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