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Angiospermas em remanescentes de floresta montana no sul da Bahia, Brasil
A floristic study of three areas of montane Atlantic forest in southern Bahia, Brazil, was carried out. From 2004 to 2008 regular botanical collections were made, principally along trails in theExpand
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Stable carbon isotope ratio of tree leaves, boles and fine litter in a tropical forest in Rondônia, Brazil
Abstract Leaves of 208 trees were collected for isotopic analysis together with wood from 36 tree boles and 18 samples of fine litter from a terra-firme forest located at Samuel Ecological Reserve,Expand
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Do the seasonal forests in northeastern Brazil represent a single floristic unit?
Floristic analyses (Principal Component Analysis and Analysis of Group Indicators) at the genus level were employed to characterize and compare seasonal forest formations in northeastern Brazil. TheExpand
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An annotated list of the birds of Cambodia from 1859 to 1970
This paper details the status of 399 species confirmed to occur in Cambodia before 1970, and an additional 15 species which remain unconfirmed from that period. It is an updated and annotated versionExpand
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Effects of fragmentation on density and population genetics of a threatened tree species in a biodiversity hotspot
Fragmentation threatens biodiversity globally. Manilkara maxima (Sapotaceae) is listed by the IUCN as threatened and is an economically and ecologically important tree species endemic to the AtlanticExpand
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Biodiversity recovery of Neotropical secondary forests
Tropical secondary forests recover quickly (decades) in tree species richness but slowly (centuries) in species composition. Old-growth tropical forests harbor an immense diversity of tree speciesExpand
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Wet and dry tropical forests show opposite successional pathways in wood density but converge over time
Tropical forests are converted at an alarming rate for agricultural use and pastureland, but also regrow naturally through secondary succession. For successful forest restoration, it is essential toExpand
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Aplicações taxonômicas da anatomia foliar das espécies brasileiras de Hypolytrum Rich. (Cyperaceae)
Hypolytrum Rich. (subfamily Mapanioideae) has a pantropical distribution being represented in the Neotropics by 16-21 species, most of them growing in several Brazilian ecosystems. Informations fromExpand
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Spatial genetic structure of Manilkara maxima (Sapotaceae), a tree species from the Brazilian Atlantic forest
Habitat fragmentation may lead to spatial genetic structuring of plant populations, but the magnitude of this effect differs among species. In this study, the effects of fragmentation on spatialExpand
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New combinations and taxonomic notes for Tarenaya (Cleomaceae)
Tarenaya clade includes 37 species based on phylogenetic relationships and on the stipular spine synapomorphy, however only 10 species thought to belong to the genus have had names established inExpand
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