Christian Printzen
Christian Printzen
Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt
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One hundred new species of lichenized fungi: a signature of undiscovered global diversity
Phytotaxa 18, 1-127, 2011
Population structure of mycobionts and photobionts of the widespread lichen Cetraria aculeata
F Fernández‐Mendoza, S Domaschke, MA García, P Jordan, MP Martín, ...
Molecular Ecology 20 (6), 1208-1232, 2011
Proposal for a standardized nomenclature and characterization of insoluble lichen pigments
B Meyer, C Printzen
The Lichenologist 32 (6), 571-583, 2000
Flechtengattung Biatora in Europa
C Printzen
The delimitation of Antarctic and bipolar species of neuropogonoid Usnea (Ascomycota, Lecanorales): a cohesion approach of species recognition for the Usnea perpusilla complex
N Wirtz, C Printzen, HT Lumbsch
Mycological research 112 (4), 472-484, 2008
Phylogeography of Cavernularia hultenii: evidence of slow genetic drift in a widely disjunct lichen
C Printzen, S Ekman, T Tønsberg
Molecular Ecology 12 (6), 1473-1486, 2003
Lichen flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert region
BD Ryan, HT Lumbsch, MI Messuti, C Printzen, I OEliwa, TH Nash, ...
Lichens Unlimited 357, 2004
Towards a revised generic classification of lecanoroid lichens (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) based on molecular, morphological and chemical evidence
X Zhao, SD Leavitt, ZT Zhao, LL Zhang, U Arup, M Grube, S Pérez-Ortega, ...
Fungal Diversity 78, 293-304, 2016
Pleistocene expansion of the bipolar lichen Cetraria aculeata into the Southern hemisphere
F Fernández‐Mendoza, C Printzen
Molecular Ecology 22 (7), 1961-1983, 2013
Lichen systematics: the role of morphological and molecular data to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships
C Printzen
Progress in Botany 71, 233-275, 2009
Considerations and consequences of allowing DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa
JC Zamora, M Svensson, R Kirschner, I Olariaga, S Ryman, LA Parra, ...
IMA fungus 9, 167-175, 2018
The phylogeny and classification of Neuropogon and Usnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) revisited
N Wirtz, C Printzen, LG Sancho, TH Lumbsch
Taxon 55 (2), 367-376, 2006
Diagnostics for a troubled backbone: testing topological hypotheses of trapelioid lichenized fungi in a large-scale phylogeny of Ostropomycetidae (Lecanoromycetes)
P Resl, K Schneider, M Westberg, C Printzen, Z Palice, G Thor, A Fryday, ...
Fungal Diversity 73, 239-258, 2015
A molecular phylogeny of the Lecanora varia group, including a new species from western North America
S Pérez-Ortega, T Spribille, Z Palice, JA Elix, C Printzen
Mycological Progress 9 (4), 523-535, 2010
Alphaproteobacterial communities in geographically distant populations of the lichen Cetraria aculeata
C Printzen, F Fernández-Mendoza, L Muggia, G Berg, M Grube
FEMS Microbiology ecology 82 (2), 316-325, 2012
Low genetic diversity in Antarctic populations of the lichen-forming ascomycete Cetraria aculeata and its photobiont
S Domaschke, F Fernandez-Mendoza, M A. García, MP Martín, C Printzen
Polar Research 31 (1), 17353, 2012
Using haplotype networks, estimation of gene flow and phenotypic characters to understand species delimitation in fungi of a predominantly Antarctic Usnea group …
N Wirtz, C Printzen, HT Lumbsch
Organisms Diversity & Evolution 12, 17-37, 2012
Genetic variability and its geographical distribution in the widely disjunct Cavernularia hultenii
C Printzen, S Ekman
The Lichenologist 34 (2), 101-111, 2002
Corticolous and lignicolous species of Lecanora (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales) with usnic or isousnic acid in the Sonoran Desert Region
C Printzen
The Bryologist 104 (3), 382-409, 2001
The lichen genus Biatora in northwestern North America
C Printzen, T Tønsberg
Bryologist, 692-713, 1999
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