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Patterns of species diversity in different spatial scales and spatial heterogeneity on beta diversity

Caio J. R. S. Soares, Mauricio B. Sampaio, Francisco S. Santos-Filho, Fernando R. Martins and Flavio A. M. dos Santos

Patterns of plant use in religious offerings in Bali (Indonesia)

Wawan Sujarwo, Giulia Caneva and Vincenzo Zuccarello

Revisiting hydropotes of Nymphaeaceae: ultrastructural features associated with glandular functions

Luiz Ricardo dos Santos Tozin and Tatiane Maria Rodrigues

Phenolic content and antioxidant activity of parts of Passiflora edulis as a function of plant developmental stage

Sarah F. Guimarães, Inorbert M. Lima and Luzia V. Modolo

Sporepolinic morphology of fluvial terrace sediments in the Western Amazon

Mayra Nina Araujo Silva, Maria Lúcia Absy, Edgardo M. Latrubesse and Patrícia Maia Correia de Albuquerque

Variation in root morphology of epiphytic orchids along small-scale and large-scale moisture gradients

Helena J. R. Einzmann, Nina Schickenberg and Gerhard Zotz

Karyotype characterization and evolution of chromosome number in Cactaceae with special emphasis on subfamily Cactoideae

Juliana P. Castro, Ana Paula Moraes, Mark W. Chase, Angeline M. S. Santos, Fabiane R. C. Batista and Leonardo P. Felix

Palynotaxonomy of Brazilian species of Passifloraceae sensu stricto

Rita de Cássia Matos dos Santos Araújo, Teonildes Sacramento Nunes, Marileide Dias Saba, Brunelle Ramos Andrade, Anacleide Pereira do Nascimento and Francisco de Assis Ribeiro dos Santos

Increasing the known floristic diversity of Brazilian inselbergs: two new species of Mandevilla (Apocynaceae) from Espírito Santo

Juan Francisco Morales and Ludovic J.C. Kollmann

Invasion and establishment of Ceratium furcoides (Dinophyceae) in an urban lake in Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil

Luiza Nicoleite da Silva, Caroline Modena de Medeiros, Kaoli Pereira Cavalcante and Luciana de Souza Cardoso

Catalogue of the vascular epiphytic flora of Uruguay

Patricia Mai, Andrés Rossado, José Mauricio Bonifacino and Jorge Luiz Waechter

Genetic diversity in Calibrachoa pygmaea (Solanaceae): A hawkmoth-pollinated nightshade from the Pampas

Geraldo Mäder, Alice Backes, Maikel Reck-Kortmann and Loreta B. Freitas

Colonization-related functional traits of plants in a 50-hectare plot of secondary tropical forest

Hélder Marcos Nunes Cândido, Ângela Miazaki, Vanessa Pontara, Marcelo Leandro Bueno, Ricardo Solar, Markus Gastauer and João Augusto Alves Meira-Neto

A new glandular Mimosa species from Southern Brazil and insights about its glandular trichomes micromorphology

Fernanda Schmidt Silveira, Wanderleia de Vargas, Ana Paula Fortuna-Perez and Silvia Teresinha Sfoggia Miotto

Sustainable production of bioactive alkaloids in Psychotria L. of southern Brazil: propagation and elicitation strategies

Yve Verônica da Silva Magedans, Kelly Cristine da Silva Rodrigues Corrêa, Cibele Tesser da Costa, Hélio Nitta Matsuura and Arthur Germano Fett-Neto

Species boundary and extensive hybridization and introgression in Petunia

Caroline Turchetto, Carolina K. Schnitzler and Loreta B. Freitas

Synflorescence morphology of species of Typha L. (Typhaceae): anatomical and ontogenetic bases for taxonomic applications

Jordano Dorval Tavares de Carvalho and Jorge Ernesto de Araujo Mariath

Morphological and genetic perspectives of hybridization in two contact zones of closely related species of Petunia (Solanaceae) in southern Brazil

Marcelo C. Teixeira, Caroline Turchetto, Sara Hartke, Carolina K. Schnitzler and Loreta B. Freitas

Grassland vegetation sampling – a practical guide for sampling and data analysis

Bianca Ott Andrade, Ilsi Iob Boldrini, Monica Cadenazzi, Valério D. Pillar and Gerhard Ernst Overbeck

Aquatic vascular plants of South Brazil: checklist and a comparative floristic approach

Lukiel dos Santos Oliveira, Bianca Ott Andrade, Ilsi Iob Boldrini and Maria Cecilia de Chiara Moço

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

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