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Reproductive biology and floral visitors of Collaea cipoensis (Fabaceae), an endemic shrub of the rupestrian grasslands
Effects of ferric soils on arthropod abundance and herbivory on Tibouchina heteromalla (Melastomataceae): is fluctuating asymmetry a good indicator of environmental stress?
- P. Cuevas-Reyes, Geanne Carla Novais Pereira, Yurixhi Maldonado-López
- Environmental SciencePlant Ecology
The results suggest that T. heteromalla presents tolerance to soils with heavy metals suggesting an acclimatization to these environmental conditions, and therefore, ferric soils may not represent a factor of environmental stress.
Floral antagonists counteract pollinator‐mediated selection on attractiveness traits in the hummingbird‐pollinated Collaea cipoensis (Fabaceae)
- Irene Gélvez-Zúñiga, A. Teixido, A. C. Neves, G. Fernandes
- Environmental ScienceBiotropica
- 18 July 2018
It is confirmed that floral antagonists reduce female plant fitness and this pattern directly exerts negative selective pressures on flower size and number, counteracting pollinator‐mediated selection on floral attractiveness traits.
Nectar robbing in Collaea cipoensis (Fabaceae), an endemic shrub of the Brazilian rupestrian grasslands
Together yet separate: variation in soil chemistry determines differences in the arboreal-shrub structure of two contiguous rupestrian environments
- Hernani A. Almeida, T. D. O. Bahia, Irene Gélvez-Zúñiga, G. Fernandes
- Environmental ScienceActa Botanica Brasilica
- 2 July 2018
Rupestrian landscapes are characterized by vegetation mosaics comprised of different plant communities and strongly linked to environmental filters. These environments are nutrient-impoverished, and…
CO2 Fertilizer Effect on Growth, Polyphenols, and Endophytes in Two Baccharis Species
An important new finding was a synergistic increase in growth and chemical defense in both studied species under enriched CO2 conditions, suggesting higher carbon assimilation and accumulation.