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

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

Selaginella P. Beauv. from Minas Gerais, Brazil

Gustavo Heringer, Iván A. Valdespino, Alexandre Salino

Factors influencing seed germination in Cerrado grasses

Rosana Marta Kolb, Natashi Aparecida Lima Pilon, Giselda Durigan

The seed bank of subtropical grasslands with contrasting land-use history in southern Brazil

Mariana de Souza Vieira, Camila Leal Bonilha, Ilsi Iob Boldrini, Gerhard Ernst Overbeck

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, Muricio Mello Petrucio

Relationship between gall-midge parasitism, plant vigor, and developmental instability in Ouratea polygyna Engl (Ochnaceae) in a patch of a Brazilian Atlantic Forest

Maíra Honorato de Moura Silva, Jarcilene Silva de Almeida-Cortez, Estevão Alves Silva, Jean Carlos Santos

Embryology of Ageratum conyzoides L. and A. fastigiatum RM King & H. Rob. (Asteraceae)

Rafael de Oliveira Franca, Orlando Cavalari De-Paula, Renata Carmo-Oliveira, Juliana Marzinek

The epiphytic orchids Ionopsis utricularioides and Psygmorchis pusilla associate with different Ceratobasidium lineages at Valle del Cauca, Colombia

Rafael Borges da Silva Valadares, Joel Tupac Otero, Marlon Correa Pereira, Elke Jurandy Bran Nogueira Cardoso

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