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High plant diversity pattern of Neotropical inselbergs: highlighting the endemic, threatened and unique species

Herval Vieira Pinto Junior, Pedro Manuel Villa, Miriam Cristina Alvarez Pereira and Luis Fernando Tavares de Menezes

Early development of epiphytic roots: perspectives based on the composition of the velamen cell wall

Luísa Gouveia Lana, Ana Flávia de Melo Silva, Aldineia Buss, Denis Coelho de Oliveira and Ana Silvia Franco Pinheiro Moreira

Characterization and biological properties of Corallina officinalis and Pterocladia capillacea sulfated polysaccharides

Mona Mohamed Ismail and Mohamed Saleh Amer

Testa structure in Erythrina speciosa (Leguminosae): the role of the mucilaginous stratum in the acquisition of physical dormancy

Camila Ribeiro Magalhães and Denise Maria Trombert Oliveira

First molecular approach to the genus Bryopsis (Bryopsidales, Chlorophyta) from Brazil, with an emphasis on the Pernambuco coast

Marcella Guennes Tavares de Oliveira, Sonia Maria Barreto Pereira, Ana Maria Benko-Iseppon, Valdir Queiroz Balbino, Wilson José da Silva Junior, Caroline Feijão Ximenes, Maria de Fátima de Oliveira Carvalho and Valéria Cassano

Hondaea, a new genus of Collemataceae (Ascomycota lichenized) from South America

Marcos Junji KitauraMayara Camila Scur, Josiane Vogel Cortina Theodoro, Ana Cláudia Piovezan-Borges and Aline Pedroso Lorenz

Distant populations of an Xanthosoma (Araceae) species have different floral scents but the same cyclocephaline beetle pollinators

Gerhard Gottsberger, Ilse Silberbauer-Gottsberger and Stefan Dötterl

The taxonomic value of leaf anatomy in Byrsonima species: a difficult genus of Malpighiaceae Juss.

João Victor da Costa Santos, Maria de Fátima Vasconcelos de Oliveira, Francisco Soares Santos Filho, Leyde Nayane Nunes dos Santos Silva and Josiane Silva Araújo

Implications of global climate change on the development and ecological interactions between two key Amazonian aquatic macrophytes

Sthefanie do Nascimento Gomes de Souza, Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade, Layon Oreste Demarchi and Aline Lopes

Fabaceae species representativeness in restrictive soils explains the difference in Chaco vegetation structuring

Mozart Sávio Pires Baptista Vivian Almeida Assunção, Marcelo Leandro Bueno, José Carlos Casagrande and Ângela Lúcia Bagnatori Sartori

Two new species of the industrially relevant genus Absidia (Mucorales) from soil of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest

Thalline Rafhaella Leite Cordeiro, Thuong Thuong Thi Nguyen, Diogo Xavier Lima, Suzana Brito Gomes da Silva, Catarina Ferreira de Lima, Joana Dar’c Alves Leitão, Luciana Melo Sartori Gurgel, Hyang Burm Lee and André Luiz Cabral Monteiro de Azevedo Santiago

Germination responses of Lycium humile, an extreme halophytic Solanaceae: understanding its distribution in saline mudflats of the southern Puna

María Virginia Palchetti, Analía Llanes, Mariana Reginato, Gloria Barboza, Virginia Luna and Juan José Cantero

Comparative vegetative anatomy of neotropical Goodyerinae Klotzsch (Orchidaceae Juss.: Orchidoideae Lindl.)

Cleusa Bona, Mathias Erich Engels, Fernanda de Siqueira Pieczak and Eric de Camargo Smidt

Toward a phylogenetic reclassification of subfamily Ambavioideae (Annonaceae): establishments of a new subfamily and two new tribes

Tanawat Chaowasku

A review of common parameters and descriptors in studies of heavy metal pollution impacts in marine macroalgae: identification of gaps and future needs

Giulia Burle Costa, Gabrielle Koerich, Bruna de Ramos, Fernanda Ramlov, Begoña Martínez-Crego, Monya M. Costa, Dora Jesus, Rui O.P. Santos and Paulo A. Horta Jr.

Novelties in Brazilian Waltheria L. (Byttnerioideae, Malvaceae): two new species and one re-establishment

Thales Silva Coutinho, Matheus Colli-Silva and Marccus Alves

Effect of fire under the soils on the organization of communities of three remnants of Amazonian savannas

Ronaldo Oliveira dos Santos, Alan Pena de Souza, Rubiene Neto Soares, Fernando Galvão Rabelo, Breno Marques da Silva e Silva and Salustiano Vilar da Costa Neto

Elevated CO2 atmosphere increases Eucalyptus urophylla S. T. Blake stem diameter by stimulation of cell proliferation and reduction of lignin deposition

Patricia Sitta Innocente, Simone Pádua Teixeira and Tiago Santana Balbuena

Seed germination and dormancy break in Eragrostis polytricha, a native Brazilian grass species with potential for recovery of degraded lands

Diogo F. Saraiva, Cláudio C. de Paula, Paulo José de Moraes, Ronaldo Vinícius-Silva, Mariana M. Silva, Denise C.F.S. Dias and Soraya A. Botelho

More is not always better: responses of the endemic plant Vellozia nanuzae to additional nutrients

Jessica Cunha-Blum, Yumi Oki, Ricardo Solar and Geraldo Wilson Fernandes

Honey sample collection methods influenced pollen composition in determining true nectar foraging bee plants

Ujjwal Layek, Rajib Mondal and Prakash Karmakar

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