Genetic structure among morphotypes of the endangered Brazilian palm Euterpe edulis Mart (Arecaceae)

@article{Coelho2020GeneticSA,
  title={Genetic structure among morphotypes of the endangered Brazilian palm Euterpe edulis Mart (Arecaceae)},
  author={Gislaine Mendes Coelho and A. Santos and I. P. P. de Menezes and R. Tarazi and F. M. Souza and M. D. G. P. C. Silva and F. Gaiotto},
  journal={Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={6039 - 6048}
}
Abstract Euterpe edulis (Arecaceae) Mart has high ecological and economic importance providing food resources for more than 58 species of birds and 20 species of mammals, including humans. E. edulis is the second most exploited nontimber product from Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Due to overexploitation and destruction of habitats, E. edulis is threatened by extinction. Euterpe edulis populations have large morphological variations, with individuals having green, red, or yellow leaf sheath… Expand

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