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Management techniques for the control of Melinis minutiflora P. Beauv. (molasses grass): ten years of research on an invasive grass species in the Brazilian Cerrado

Carlos Romero Martins, John Du Vall Hay, Marcio Scaléa, Juaci Vitória Malaquias

Corona development and floral nectaries of Asclepiadeae (Asclepiadoideae, Apocynaceae)

Mariana Maciel Monteiro, Diego Demarco

Phylogenetic community structure reveals differences in plant community assembly of an oligotrophic white-sand ecosystem from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest

Markus Gastauer, Amílcar W. Saporetti-Junior, Fernando Valladares, João A. A. Meira-Neto

Patterns of growth, development and herbivory of Palicourea rigida are affected more by sun/shade conditions than by Cerrado phytophysiognomy

Renan Fernandes Moura, Estevão Alves-Silva, Kleber Del-Claro

Population structure and fruit availability of the babassu palm (Attalea speciosa Mart. ex Spreng) in human-dominated landscapes in Northeast Brazil

Juliana Loureiro Almeida Campos, Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque, Nivaldo Peroni, Elcida de Lima Araújo

Urban ethnobotany: a case study in neighborhoods of different ages in Chapecó, Santa Catarina State

Aline Pradeiczuk, Mayra Teruya Eichemberg, Camila Kissmann

Effect of some environmental factors on seed germination of Eryngium caeruleum populations

Mohammad Rezvani, Faezeh Zaefarian

Does fire determine distinct floristic composition of two Cerrado savanna communities on different substrates?

Eddie Lenza, Ana Clara Abadia, Hélio Menegat, Nadjarriny W. Lúcio, Leonardo Maracahipes-Santos, Henrique A. Mews, Josias O. dos Santos, Jhany Martins

Post-fire resprouting strategies of woody vegetation in the Brazilian savanna

Fabiane Furlaneto Souchie, Jose Roberto Rodrigues Pinto, Eddie Lenza, Letícia Gomes, Leonardo Maracahipes-Santos, Divino Vicente Silvério

Elaiophores: their taxonomic distribution, morphology and functions

Clivia Carolina Fiorilo Possobom, Silvia Rodrigues Machado

Updated angiosperm family tree for analyzing phylogenetic diversity and community structure

Markus Gastauer, João Augusto Alves Meira Neto

Habitat heterogeneity and diversity of bryophytes in campos rupestres

Emilia de Brito Valente , Kátia Cavalcanti Pôrto, Cid José Passos Bastos

Effects of sex and altitude on nutrient, and carbon and nitrogen stable isotope composition of the endangered shrub Baccharis concinna G.M. Barroso (Asteraceae)

G. Wilson Fernandes, Heitor Monteiro Duarte, Fernando A. O. Silveira, Fernando Broetto, Ulrich Lüttge, Heinz Rennenberg

Floristic and ecological characterization of habitat types on an inselberg in Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil

Luiza F. A. de Paula, Nara F. O. Mota, Pedro L. Viana, João Renato Stehmann

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and dark septate fungi in plants associated with aquatic environments

Josy Fraccaro de Marins, Rosilaine Carrenho

Temporal evaluation of the Conservation Priority Index for medicinal plants

André dos Santos Souza, Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque, André Luiz Borba do Nascimento, Flávia Rosa Santoro, Wendy Marisol Torres-Avilez, Reinaldo Farias Paiva de Lucena, Júlio Marcelino Monteiro

Updating the list of chromosome numbers for Philodendron (Araceae)

Emanuelle V. Vasconcelos, Ana C. Brasileiro-Vidal, Ana M. Benko-Iseppon, Santelmo Vasconcelos

Spore germination and young gametophyte development of the endemic Brazilian hornwort Notothylas vitalii Udar & Singh (Notothyladaceae – Anthocerotophyta), with insights into sporeling evolution

Bárbara Azevedo Oliveira, Anna Flora de Novaes Pereira, Kátia Cavalcanti Pôrto, Adaíses Simone Maciel-Silva

Different physiological responses under drought stress result in different recovery abilities of two tropical woody evergreen species

Gabriella Frosi, Wolfgang Harand, Marciel Teixeira de Oliveira, Silvia Pereira, Simone Pereira Cabral, Abelardo Antônio de Assunção Montenegro, Mauro Guida Santos

Allelopathic suppression by Conyza canadensis depends on the interaction between latitude and the degree of the plant’s invasion

Congyan Wang, Kun Jiang, Jiawei Zhou, Jun Liu

Metabolic responses and β-carotene production by the unicellular green alga Dunaliella salina exposed to leaf extracts

Alireza Einali, Sahar Mazang-Ghasemi, Jafar Valizadeh, Meisam Noorozifar

Floral glands in asclepiads: structure, diversity and evolution

Diego Demarco

Phytoremediation of arsenic-contaminated water: the role of antioxidant metabolism of Azolla caroliniana Willd. (Salviniales)

Gabriela Alves Leão, Juraci Alves de Oliveira, Rafaella Teles Arantes Felipe, Fernanda Santos Farnese

Development of carpels and ovules in Dialypetalanthus fuscescens Kuhlm. (Rubiaceae): an enigmatic taxon

Rogério da Costa Figueiredo, Ricardo Cardoso Vieira, Jorge Ernesto de Araújo Mariath, Maria Cecilia de Chiara Moço, Karen L. G. De Toni

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