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The 10 most cited articles of the previous biennium – 2015 /2016

Tree species of South America central savanna: endemism, marginal areas and the relationship with other biomes

Renata D. Françoso, Ricardo F. Haidar, Ricardo B. Machado


Soil and leaf nutrient content of tree species support deciduous forests on limestone outcrops as a eutrophic ecosystem

Davi Rodrigo Rossatto, Fabrício Alvim Carvalho, Mundayatan Haridasan


Starch distribution in anthers, microspores and pollen grains in Aechmea recurvata (Klotzsch.) LBSm., Dyckia racinae LBSm. and Tillandsia aeranthos (Loisel.) LBSm. (Bromeliaceae)

João Marcelo Santos de Oliveira, Merielem Saldanha Martins, Mariane Paludette Dorneles, Cesar Carvalho de Freitas


A study of the morphoanatomical characters of the leaves of Chamaecrista (L.) Moench sect. Apoucouita (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae

Ítalo Antônio Cotta Coutinho, Juliana Gastaldello Rando, Adilva de Souza Conceição, Renata Maria Strozi Alves Meira


Factors influencing seed germination in Cerrado grasses

Rosana Marta Kolb, Natashi Aparecida Lima Pilon, Giselda Durigan


Distribution patterns of ferns and lycophytes in the Coastal Region of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Felipe Gonzatti, Letícia Machado, Paulo Günter Windisch


Comparative anatomy of calyx and foliar glands of Banisteriopsis C. B. Rob. (Malpighiaceae)

Josiane Silva Araújo, Renata Maria Strozi Alves Meira


To resist or to germinate? The effect of fire on legume seeds in Brazilian subtropical grasslands

Alessandra Fidelis, Luís Felipe Daibes, Aline Redondo Martin


A relict species restricted to a quartzitic mountain in tropical America: an example of microrefugium?

Newton Pimentel de Ulhôa Barbosa, G. Wilson Fernandes, Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa


Considerations regarding the dominance of Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii under low light availability in a low phosphorus lake

Denise Tonetta, Mariana Coutinho Hennemann, Débora Monteiro Brentano, Mauricio Mello Petrucio


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