Silvana de Paula Quintão Scalon

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This paper aimed to evaluate the effects of storage periods on the conservation of Pachyrhizus ahipa roots at different temperatures and packaging materials. The roots were harvested, washed, packed in PVC, plastic bags, without wrappings (control) and stored in polystyrene trays in refrigerators, or cold chambers, or at room temperature. Total titratable(More)
Research on the ecophysiology of seedling propagation of native species is essential to meet the growing need to remediate environmentally degraded areas. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of shade on the emergence, initial growth, and quality of seedlings of Physocalymma scaberrimum Pohl. Seeds were sown in cells kept in full sun and(More)
Campomanesia adamantinum O. Berg, a plant native to Cerrado, has the potential to adapt to a stressful environment because it grows in a region with a long dry period and prone to frequent fires, leading to water deficit. Thus, this study aimed at assessing the gas exchange capacity of C. adamantium seedlings under water deficit conditions and its potential(More)
The aim of this research was to evaluate the quality and photosynthetic metabolism of "uvaia" seedlings (Eugenia pyriformis Cambess.) on different substrates and water regimes. The seeds were sown in tubes of 50 x 190 mm in the following substrates: Sand (S), Latosol + Sand (L + S) (1:1), Latosol + Sand + Semi Decomposed Poultry Litter (L + S1 + PL) ((More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of pre-treatments on overcoming dormancy of A. coriacea seeds. Seeds were processed and stored in polyethylene bags at temperatures of at -18°C (42% RH), 5°C (34% RH), 15°C (60% RH) and 25°C (34% RH), during 0, 30, 60, 90, 120 and 150 days. After storage, seeds were immersed in 350 mg.L-1 gibberellic acid for(More)
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