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Ecologia e Manejo do Cipó Saracura-mirá (Ampelozizyphus amazonicus Ducke) em um Assentamento Rural no Município de Presidente Figueiredo - AM

@inproceedings{Obase2006EcologiaEM,
  title={Ecologia e Manejo do Cip{\'o} Saracura-mir{\'a} (Ampelozizyphus amazonicus Ducke) em um Assentamento Rural no Munic{\'i}pio de Presidente Figueiredo - AM},
  author={Dalva Junko Obase},
  year={2006}
}
Foi estudada a influencia da porcentagem de abertura e de cobertura de dossel, teor de argila, indice de area foliar (IAF) e estrutura do sub-bosque na densidade relativa,composicao quimica e nas taxas de crescimento em altura e em diâmetro de Ampelozizyphus amazonicus. Esta especie foi escolhida devido ao seu potencial antimalarico, uma vez que a malaria e a doenca infecciosa endemica mais importante da Amazonia brasileira (Confalonieri, 2005). Este estudo foi conduzido no assentamento rural… 
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TLDR
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