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A vegetação da mata ribeirinha no curso médio do Rio Jacuí, RS
O vale do curso medio do Rio Jacuí, originalmente, estava coberto.por uma densa mata subtropica1. A ocupação agrícola, nesta região, provocou um intenso desmatamento, restando atualmente umaExpand
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Anatomia do xilema secundário de Mimosa incana (Spreng.) Benth.
The wood anatomy of Mimosa incana (Spreng.) Benth. is described. They are furnished measurements of  29 features of its anatomical structure. The description is illustrated with photomicrographs ofExpand
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Anatomia da madeira e casca do maricá, Mimosa bimucronata (DC.) O. Kuntze.
The general, macroscopic and microscopic structure of the wood of Mimosa bimucronata (DC.) O. Kuntze is described, as well as its bark anatomy. The wood anatomy is compared with literature referencesExpand
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Sinopse de Pseudognaphalium Kirp. (Asteraceae-Gnaphalieae) no Brasil
Predominantemente tropical, o genero Pseudognaphalium Kirp. e reconhecido como independente de Gnaphalium L. pela maioria dos autores atuais e inclui aproximadamente 95 especies de ervas anuais,Expand
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ESTUDO ANATÔMICO DO XILEMA SECUNDÁRIO DE Mimosa sparsa Benth ANATOMIC STUDY OF SECUNDARY XYLEM OF Mimosa sparsa Benth
SUMMARY The microscopic description of the wood of Mimosa sparsa Benth. is realised, based on 30 quantitative features of its anatomical structure. The description is illustrated withExpand
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Anatomia da madeira de Acacia dealbata Link
Sao anatomicamente descritos os caracteres gerais macroscopicos e microscopicos da madeira de Acacia dealbata Link. E reconhecido o valor diagnostico de fibras libriformes nao septadas e de raiosExpand
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Phytosociological structure of a natural association of the Inhanduvá Park with quebracho and cina-cina in Rio Grande do Sul State
The phytosociological structure of a park's natural vegetation located in the south-west of Rio Grande do Sul State, in a Quarai Chico River neighbouring area, and under ciliary forest influence, wasExpand
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