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Efeitos da seca sazonal e disponibilidade de luz na sobrevivência e crescimento de Bowdichia virgilioides em duas fitofisionomias típicas dos cerrados do Brasil Central
Bowdichia virgiliodes Kunth is a common legume tree in the savannas of Central Brazil. This study investigated the effects of shading and of seasonal variations of soil water on the establishment andExpand
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Ácaros plumícolas (Acari: Astigmata) em aves do Cerrado do Distrito Federal, Brasil
The goal of this study was to identify feather mites on Cerrado birds. This study was conducted at Fazenda Agua Limpa (FAL), Distrito Federal, Brazil, between January and August 2002. Birds wereExpand
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Reasons for extraction of permanent teeth in Japan.
Eight hundred forty-nine Japanese dentists were asked to record the reason for every tooth extraction of permanent teeth during 1 week in each of four seasons. The reasons were assigned to sixExpand
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Análise dos dados de recuperação de Sula spp. (Pelecaniformes, Sulidae) ocorridas no Brasil entre 1981 e 2000
ABSTRACT. Analysis of the data of recapture of the Sula spp. (Pelecaniformes, Sulidae) ocurred in Brazil between 1981 and 2000. With the objective of contributing to the knowledge of the ecology ofExpand
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Behavioural and morphological observations of the Collared Crescentchest (Melanopareia torquata) in a Cerrado area of south-eastern Brazil
Abstract The Collared Crescentchest (Melanopareia torquata) is endemic to the Cerrado Biome, and distributed mainly in Brazil, but extending to Bolivia and Paraguay. Although considered of leastExpand
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Observations on the Breeding Biology of the Collared Crescentchest (Melanopareia torquata)
Abstract The Collared Crescentchest (Melanopareia torquata) is an endemic bird of the Cerrado (Family: Melanopareiidae), and is listed in the State of São Paulo, Brazil as “endangered”. We studiedExpand
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Use of burrows by Melanopareia torquata, Collared Crescentchest (Melanopareiidae) in the Cerrado of southeastern Brazil
Use of burrows by Melanopareia torquata, Collared Crescentchest (Melanopareiidae) in the Cerrado of southeastern Brazil.
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Establishment and development of Dalbergia miscolobium Benth in two typical savanna physiognomies of central Brazil.
The savannas of Central Brazil are characterized by a continuous, predominantly grassy, ground layer and an open layer of trees and shrubs of a variable density. In this study we examined the effectsExpand
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Population size of threatened and endemic birds of the Cerrado in Estação Ecológica de Itirapina, a fragmented area in the State of São Paulo, Brazil
  • M. Kanegae
  • Geography
  • Bird Conservation International
  • 11 April 2011
Abstract The pressures for land use change have led to an increasing isolation of habitat remnants throughout the world. The goal of this study was to estimate the population size and density of someExpand
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