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Elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration improves water use efficiency and growth of a widespread Cerrado tree species even under soil water deficit

João Paulo Souza, Nayara Magry Jesus Melo, Alessandro Dias Halfeld, Kamilla I. C. Vieira and Bruno Luan Rosa

Dynamics of the botanical knowledge of the Laklãnõ-Xokleng indigenous people in Southern Brazil

Marian Ruth Heineberg and Natalia Hanazaki

Perception and use of non-native and invasive flora from Sierras de Córdoba in central Argentina

Gustavo Javier Martínez and Jessica Manzano-García

Can socioeconomic factors explain the local importance of culturally salient plants in a social-ecological system?

Rosemary da Silva Sousa, Patrícia Muniz de Medeiros and Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque

Spore diversity among species of Blechnaceae in the Atlantic Forest

Dilma Melo da Silva, Lana da Silva Sylvestre, Cláudia Barbieri Ferreira Mendonça and Vania Gonçalves-Esteves

Updates on extratropical region climbing plant flora: news regarding a still-neglected diversity

Jaqueline Durigon, Patrícia Steiner Sperotto, Priscila Porto Alegre Ferreira, Greta Aline Dettke, Renato Aquino Záchia, Maria Ana Farinaccio, Guilherme Dubal dos Santos Seger and Silvia Teresinha Sfoggia Miotto

Restoration of abandoned subtropical highland grasslands in Brazil: mowing produces fast effects, but hay transfer does not

Pedro Augusto Thomas, Gerhard Ernst Overbeck and Sandra Cristina Müller

Medicinal plants for the “nerves”: a review of ethnobotanical studies carried out in South Brazil

Andressa Verdum Gross, Eveline Dischkaln Stolz, Liz Girardi Müller, Stela Maris Kuze Rates and Mara Rejane Ritter

The use of firewood in protected forests: collection practices and analysis of legal restrictions to extractivism

Luciana Gomes de Sousa Nascimento, Marcelo Alves Ramos, Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque and Elcida de Lima Araújo

Spores of Plagiochila (Dumort.) Dumort.: the taxonomic relevance of morphology and ultrastructure

Juliana da Costa Silva-e-Costa and Andrea Pereira Luizi-Ponzo

Useful plants referenced by the naturalist Richard Spruce in the 19th century in the state of Pará, Brazil

Dyana Joy dos Santos-Fonseca, Márlia Coelho-Ferreira and Viviane Stern da Fonseca-Kruel

The role of kinship in knowledge about medicinal plants: evidence for context-dependent model-based biases in cultural transmission?

Camilla de Carvalho de Brito, Washington Soares Ferreira-Júnior, Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque, Marcelo Alves Ramos, Taline Cristina da Silva, Eraldo Medeiros Costa-Neto and Patrícia Muniz de Medeiros

Legacies of intensive management in forests around pre-columbian and modern settlements in the Madeira-Tapajós interfluve, Amazonia

Maria Julia Ferreira, Carolina Levis, José Iriarte and Charles R. Clement

Ten important questions/issues for ethnobotanical research

Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque, André Luiz Borba Nascimento, Gustavo Taboada Soldati, Ivanilda Soares Feitosa, Juliana Loureiro Almeida Campos, Julio Alberto Hurrell, Natalia Hanazaki, Patricia Muniz de Medeiros, Rafael Ricardo Vasconcelos da Silva, Rafaela Helena Ludwinsky, Washington Soares Ferreira Júnior and Victoria Reyes-García

What matters in free listing? A probabilistic interpretation of the salience index

Leonardo da Silva Chaves, André Luiz Borba do Nascimento and Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque

Market integration does not affect traditional ecological knowledge but contributes additional pressure on plant resources

Temóteo Luiz Lima da Silva, Juliana Loureiro de Almeida Campos, Ângelo Giuseppe Chaves Alves and Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque

Cereus jamacaru DC. (Cactaceae): From 17th century naturalists to modern day scientific and technological prospecting

Luana Fernanda Costa Raulino Silva, Luci de Senna Valle, Ana Regina Campos Nascimento and Maria Franco Trindade Medeiros

Wild vegetables do not lie: Comparative gastronomic ethnobotany and ethnolinguistics on the Greek traces of the Mediterranean Diet of southeastern Italy

Andrea Pieroni and Valentina Cattero

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