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Cyrtopodium paludicolum germination with two Tulasnella isolates

Otieres Cirino de Carvalho, Vespasiano Borges de Paiva Neto, Daly Roxana Castro Padilha, Tomás Gomes Reis Veloso, Melissa Faust Bocayuva, Deanna Carla Oliveira Soares, Maria Catarina Megumi Kasuya



Phytosociology of the herbaceous-subshrub layer of a rupestrian complex in Serra do Espinhaço, Brazil

Paula Alves Oliveira, Israel Marinho Pereira, Maria Cristina Teixeira Braga Messias, Marcio Leles Romarco de Oliveira,André César Pinheiro, Evandro Luiz Mendonça Machado, Junior Lacerda Alves de Oliveira



Structural features of species of Asteraceae that arouse discussions about adaptation to seasonally dry environments of the Neotropics

Alexandre Ferraro, Edna Scremin-Dias



Crop size influences pre-dispersal seed predation in the Brazilian Cerrado

Alexander V. Christianini



Changes of wood anatomical characters of selected species of Araucaria during artificial charring: implications for palaeontology

Isa Carla Osterkamp, Daniela Müller de Lara, Thaís Alves Pereira Gonçalves, Marjorie Kauffmann, Eduardo Périco, Simone Stülp, Neli Teresinha Galarce Machado, Dieter Uhl, André Jasper



Aquatic vascular plants as handicraft: a case study in southern Brazil

Mabel R. Báez-Lizarazo, Flavia Rosa Santoro, Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque, Mara Rejane Ritter



Intra- and interspecific karyotypic variations of the genus Senna Mill. (Fabaceae, Caesalpinioideae)

Joel Maciel Pereira Cordeiro, Leonardo P. Felix



Physiological quality and seed respiration of primed Jatropha curcas seeds

Micheli Angelica Horbach, João Alexandre Lopes Dranski, Ubirajara Contro Malavasi, Marlene de Matos Malavasi



Araceae of Grumari restinga: contribution to the conservation of the flora of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

Luana S.B. Calazans, Rodrigo Theófilo Valadares, Cassia Mônica Sakuragui, Rosana Conrado Lopes



Fructan dynamics in the underground organs of Chresta exsucca (Asteraceae), a dry season flowering species

Camila Silva dos Santos, Cinara Ferreira Abraão, Moemy Gomes de Moraes



Is the herb-shrub composition of veredas (Brazilian palm swamps) distinguishable?

Diogo Pereira da Silva, Aryanne G. Amaral, Natália Rodrigues Bijos, Cássia Beatriz R. Munhoz



Do seedling functional groups reflect ecological strategies of woody plant species in Caatinga?

Tatiane Gomes Calaça Menezes, Maria Jesus Nogueira Rodal, André Luiz Alves de Lima, Lucivania Rodrigues Lima, Monalisa Alves Diniz S. C. Pinto, André Laurênio de Melo



Water deficit modifies the carbon isotopic composition of lipids, soluble sugars and leaves of Copaifera langsdorffii Desf. (Fabaceae)

Angelo Albano da Silva Bertholdi, Vladimir Eliodoro Costa, Angélica Lino Rodrigues, Luiz Fernando Rolim de Almeida



The effects of salinity on growth and survival of mangrove seedlings changes with age

Kodikara Arachchilage Sunanda Kodikara, Loku Pullukuttige Jayatissa, Mark Huxham, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas, Nico Koedam



Leaf anatomical traits of non-arboreal savanna species along a gradient of tree encroachment

Luiz Felipe Souza Pinheiro, Rosana Marta Kolb, Davi Rodrigo Rossatto



Hydrogen sulfide: a new endogenous player in an old mechanism of plant tolerance to high salinity

Cristiane J. da-Silva, Luzia V. Modolo



Disentangling plant establishment in sandy coastal systems: biotic and abiotic factors that determine Allagoptera arenaria (Arecaceae) germination

Luis Fernando Tavares de Menezes, Francisco I. Pugnaire, Gloria Matallana, Felipe Cito Nettesheim, Daniel Costa de Carvalho, Eduardo Arcoverde de Mattos



The influence of El Niño and edge effects on the reproductive phenology and floral visitors of Eschweilera tetrapetala Mori (Lecythidaceae), an endemic species of the Atlantic Forest of northeastern Brazil

Isiara Silva Menezes, Ana Paula Lima do Couto-Santos, Ligia Silveira Funch



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