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Dalbergia nigra (rosewood) is a long-lived leguminous species, which is endemic to the Brazilian Atlantic forest. Because of the high economic value of its wood, this species has been over-explored(More)
Passiflora capsularis and P. rubra are small plants with white flowers that open in the morning, favorable for indoor decoration. These species are very similar in terms of morphology, and the only(More)
Seventeen polymorphic microsatellite markers were isolated from enriched genomic libraries for Theobroma cacao, providing additional tools for studying the genetic diversity and map saturation of(More)
Al3+ toxicity is the main limiting factor of T. cacao sustainability in highly weathered acidic soils in Brazil. However, there is insufficient information on the effects of Al3+ toxicity in cacao.(More)