Genetic differentiation among three neighboring Brazil-cherry (Eugenia uniflora L.) populations within the Brazilian Atlantic rain forest

@article{Margis2004GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic differentiation among three neighboring Brazil-cherry (Eugenia uniflora L.) populations within the Brazilian Atlantic rain forest},
  author={Rogerio Margis and Durvalina Benedita F{\'e}lix and Joana Caldas and Fabiano Salgueiro and D.S.D. De Araujo and Peter Breyne and Marc Van Montagu and Domingos de Oliveira and M{\'a}rcia M. A. N. Margis-Pinheiro},
  journal={Biodiversity & Conservation},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={149-163}
}
Eugenia uniflora L. (pitanga) is widely distributed in tropical areas. It is present in coastal vegetation from Ceara, in northeastern Brazil, to Rio Grande do Sul, at the southern tip of the country. Eugenia uniflora is of ecological importance, both as colonizing species on disturbed land and as food supplier for a wide variety of insects, birds and mammals. Pitanga plays a role in the maintenance of shrubby coastal ecosystems, especially at disturbed sites, and in 'restinga' ecosystems, at… CONTINUE READING
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