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The role fire cues play in stimulating germination of invasive and native grasses of the Cerrado

Elizabeth Gorgone-Barbosa, L. Felipe Daibes, Rafael B. Novaes, Vânia Regina Pivello and Alessandra Fidelis

Pollination biology of the endangered columnar cactus Cipocereus crassisepalus: a case of close relationship between plant and pollinator

Cristiane Martins, Reisla Oliveira, Ludmilla M.S. Aguiar and Yasmine Antonini

Emerging hotspots of tree richness in Brazil

Luciene Castuera-Oliveira, Ary Teixeira de Oliveira-Filho and Pedro V. Eisenlohr

Functional patterns of tree communities in natural Araucaria forests and old monoculture conifer plantations

Marcelo Malysz, Sandra Cristina Müller, Silvia Vendruscolo Milesi, Anita Stival dos Santos and Gerhard Ernst Overbeck

Flowering and pollination ecology of Cleistocactus baumannii (Cactaceae) in the Brazilian Chaco: pollinator dependence and floral larceny

Bruno Henrique dos Santos Ferreira, Camila Silveira Souza, André Luiz Silva Fachardo, Aline Conceição Gomes and Maria Rosângela Sigrist

Root parasitism by Scybalium fungiforme Schott & Endl. is not random among host species in seasonal tropical forest

Bruna Helena de Campos, Andra Carolina Dalbeto, Bruno dos Santos Francisco, João Paulo Romanelli, Rafaele Almeida Munis, Vera Lex Engel and Giselda Durigan

Relationship between phytoplankton structure and environmental variables in tropical reservoirs with different trophic states

Simone Alves de Oliveira, Carla Ferragut and Carlos Eduardo de Mattos Bicudo

Future uncertainties for the distribution and conservation of Paubrasilia echinata under climate change

Luíz Fernando Esser, Daniel Dutra Saraiva and João André Jarenkow

Morphological characterization of pollen grains of Brazilian species of Bombacoideae (Malvaceae s.l.)

Marileide Dias Saba, Gerleni Lopes Esteves, Valdira de Jesus Santos and Francisco de Assis Ribeiro dos Santos

A taxonomic synopsis of Cypella (Iridaceae) in Brazil

Lilian Eggers, Rafaella Marchioretto, Tatiana T. Souza-Chies and Olivier Chauveau

A literature review of the pollination strategies and breeding systems of orchids of the subtribe Oncidiinae

Jonas Blanco Castro and Rodrigo Bustos Singer

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