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Assessing the spatial variation of functional diversity estimates based on dendrograms in phytoplankton communities

Karine Borges Machado, Fabrício Barreto Teresa, João Carlos Nabout

Extrafloral nectaries of annatto (Bixa orellana L.): anatomy, nectar composition and activity during organ development

Rafaela Marques de Miranda, Lays Araújo Nery, Marília Contin Ventrella

Leaf glands of Banisteriopsis muricata (Malpighiaceae): distribution, secretion composition, anatomy and relationship to visitors

Lays Araújo Nery, Milene Faria Vieira, Marília Contin Ventrella

Typifications in Passiflora L. (Passifloraceae) described by Frei José Mariano da Conceição Vellozo

Michaele Alvim Milward-de-Azevedo

Pollen morphology of Waltheria L. (Malvaceae-Byttnerioideae) from Bahia, Brazil

Cristiano Eduardo Amaral Silveira Júnior, Luciene Cristina Lima e Lima, Marileide Dias Saba

Morphoanatomy of nectaries of Chamaecrista (L.) Moench sections Chamaecrista, Caliciopsis and Xerocalyx (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae)

Marinalva dos Santos Silva, Ítalo Antônio Cotta Coutinho, Maicon Nascimento Araújo, Renata Maria Strozi Alves Meira

Antiherbivory defense mechanisms along an environmental gradient in restinga

Maiara Matilde da Silva, Maria Regina Torres Boeger, João Carlos Ferreira de Melo Júnior, Bruno Francisco Sant’Anna dos Santos

How does the nectar of stomata-free nectaries cross the cuticle?

Elder Antônio Sousa Paiva

Appendicular origin and structure of the spur of Vochysiaceae flowers

Renata Carmo-Oliveira, Paulo E. Oliveira, Berta Lange de Morretes

Host-exclusivity and host-recurrence by wood decay fungi (Basidiomycota – Agaricomycetes) in Brazilian mangroves

Georgea S. Nogueira-Melo, Paulo J. P. Santos , Tatiana B. Gibertoni

Effects of salinity on the physiology of the red macroalga, Acanthophora spicifera (Rhodophyta, Ceramiales)

Débora Tomazi Pereira, Carmen Simioni, Elisa Poltronieri Filipin, Fernanda Bouvie, Fernanda Ramlov, Marcelo Maraschin, Zenilda Laurita Bouzon, Éder Carlos Schmidt

Intraspecific variation in seed size and light intensity affect seed germination and initial seedling growth of a tropical shrub

Anielle C. R. Veloso, Priscila S. Silva, Wallison K. Squeira, Karen L.R. Duarte, Ingrid L. V. Gomes, Henrique T. Santos, Marcilio Fagundes

Survival and growth of tree seedlings as a function of seed size in a gallery forest under restoration

Leonardo Gallo Macera, Silvia Rahe Pereira, Andréa Lúcia Teixeira de Souza

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

Floral glands in asclepiads: structure, diversity and evolution

Diego Demarco

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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