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Towards an ecologically-sustainable forestry in the Atlantic Forest
Since pristine Atlantic Forest remnants are vanishing, and biological reserves are in short, conservation of biodiversity will largely depend on proper management of the anthropogenic matrix. Here,Expand
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Pequenas Parmelia S.L. (Líquens: Ascomycotina) ciliadas dos cerrados brasileiros
This work deals with species of the lichen genera Bulboihrix (16), Relicina (2), Myelochroa (2), Parmelinella (1), Parmelinopsis (6) and Hypotrachyna (3) (ciliate species) growing in the brazilianExpand
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Atmospheric pollutants monitoring by analysis of epiphytic lichens.
The Canoparmelia texana epiphytic lichenized fungi was used to monitor atmospheric pollution in the São Paulo metropolitan region, SP, Brazil. The cluster analysis applied to the elementExpand
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Ecologia Liquenica nos Manguezais do Sul-Sudeste Brasileiro
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Lichen diversity and composition in Araucaria forests and tree monocultures in southern Brazil
Tree plantations for commercial use have been replacing native ecosystems all over the world. We investigated how forest conversion to plantations of exotic and native tree species may influenceExpand
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Parmotrema s.l. (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) from Serra Geral slopes in central Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil
Em um levantamento das especies de Parmotrema A. Massal. que ocorrem nos barrancos e peraus de uma regiao central do Rio Grande do Sul, 31 especies foram encontradas, as quais podem ser divididas emExpand
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Abstract Galactomannans were isolated from Cladonia signata , C. furcata , C. imperialis , and C. clathrata via successive alkaline extraction and precipitation with Fehling solution and Cetavlon.Expand
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Lichenology in Latin America: History, Current Knowledge and Applications
This paper presents an assessment of the lichen taxa cited for Argentina, as related to botanical expeditions and in the context of their distribution both in the four vascular flora phytogeographicExpand
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Natural radionuclides in lichens, mosses and ferns in a thermal power plant and in an adjacent coal mine area in southern Brazil.
The radio-elements 234U, 235U, 238U, 230Th, 232Th and 210Po were characterized in lichens, mosses and ferns species sampled in an adjacent coal mine area at Figueira City, Paraná State, Brazil, dueExpand
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