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High species richness of native pollinators in Brazilian tomato crops.
Pollinators provide an essential service to natural ecosystems and agriculture. In tomatoes flowers, anthers are poricidal, pollen may drop from their pore when flowers are shaken by the wind.Expand
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Biochemical activity in Brazilian Cerrado soils is differentially affected by perennial and annual crops
Organic matter mineralization depends on how microbiota access nutrients, substrates and soil fertilization. This study shows influence of perennial (sugarcane) and annual (soybean and corn) crops onExpand
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Influence of landscape context on the abundance of native bee pollinators in tomato crops in Central Brazil
Evidence shows that pollinator abundance has declined and, consequently, so has their services, which has possible negative impacts on ecosystem functioning. The goal of this study was to evaluateExpand
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Chemical attributes of Brazilian Cerrado soil under different management systems
Agricultural use and management systems in tropical soils of the Brazilian Cerrado may directly influence its chemical properties, in the conventional cultivation systems with pastures or grains, asExpand
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PREDADOR DE ABELHAS SEM FERRÃO NO CERRADO BRASILEIRO: PRIMEIRO REGISTRO DE HOLOLEPTA (LEIONOTA) REICHII MARSEUL (COLEOPTERA, HISTERIDAE) EM COLÔNIA DE MELIPONA QUADRIFASCIATA
A ocorrencia de inimigos naturais e relevante, uma vez que podem causar serios danos as abelhas ate mesmo a morte da colonia. Pouco se conhece sobre a relacao entre besouros e abelhas sem ferrao.Expand
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The effects of field-realistic doses of imidacloprid on Melipona quadrifasciata (Apidae: Meliponini) workers
The presence of Brazilian native bees can improve tomato production by increasing pollination effectiveness. However, the extensive use of pesticides in tomato cultures may be harmful to bees.Expand
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Does fruit cooling and seed film coating affect the germination potential of physalis
Physalis (Physalis peruviana L.) is a native fruit of the Andes widely accepted in the national and international market. The berries have high commercial value, being very nutritious and tasty.Expand
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Morphoagronomic Characterization of Tomato Plants and Fruit: A Multivariate Approach
Consumers in the fresh fruit market choose fruits mainly following criteria related to the external appearance. However, the introduction of new material for planting depends on the productiveExpand
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Biomass and nutrition stock of grassland and accumulated litter in a silvopastoral system with Cerrado species
The crop-livestock-forest integration systems are a form of sustainable production, creating a consortium between the cultivation of crops and forest production and the creation of pastures forExpand
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