Riparian forests

Anatomy and genetic diversity of two populations of Schinus terebinthifolius (Anacardiaceae) from the Tibagi River basin in Paraná, Brazil

E. A. Ruas, Ruas, C. F., Medri, P. S., Medri, C., Medri, M. E., Bianchini, E., Pimenta, J. A., Rodrigues, L. A., and Ruas, P. M., Anatomy and genetic diversity of two populations of Schinus terebinthifolius (Anacardiaceae) from the Tibagi River basin in Paraná, Brazil, vol. 10, pp. 526-536, 2011.

Knowledge of the effects of flooding on plant survival is relevant for the efficiency of management and conservation programs. Schinus terebinthifolius is a tree of economic and ecological importance that is common in northeast Brazil. Flooding tolerance and genetic variation were investigated in two riparian populations of S. terebinthifolius distributed along two different ecological regions of the Tibagi River basin.

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