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  • Aluminum prevents stomatal conductance from responding to vapor pressure deficit in Citrus limonia

    Silva, Giselle Schwab Autor UNESP; Gavassi, Marina Alves Autor UNESP; Nogueira, Matheus Armelin Autor UNESP; Habermann, Gustavo Autor UNESP (Environmental and Experimental Botany, 2018) [Artigo]
    Stomatal aperture generally increases in response to low vapor pressure deficit (VPD) and decreases at high VPD. Aluminum (Al) inhibits root growth, indirectly exposing the roots to low water availability, which may decrease ...
  • Rethinking tropical phenology: insights from long-term monitoring and novel analytical methods

    Morellato, Leonor Patricia Cerdeira Autor UNESP; Abernethy, Katharine; Mendoza, Irene Autor UNESP (Biotropica, 2018) [Artigo]
    Here, we introduce the Special Section (SS) on long-term monitoring and new analytical methods in tropical phenology. The SS puts together nine original papers plus a synthesis, bringing significant advances and new insights ...
  • Current issues in tropical phenology: a synthesis

    Abernethy, Katharine; Bush, Emma R.; Forget, Pierre-Michel; Mendoza, Irene Autor UNESP; Morellato, Leonor Patricia C. Autor UNESP (Biotropica, 2018) [Resenha]
    We retrace the development of tropical phenology research, compare temperate phenology study to that in the tropics and highlight the advances currently being made in this flourishing discipline. The synthesis draws attention ...
  • Leafing patterns and leaf exchange strategies of a cerrado woody community

    de Camargo, Maria Gabriela Gutierrez Autor UNESP; de Carvalho, Gustavo Henrique Autor UNESP; Alberton, Bruna de Costa Autor UNESP; Reys, Paula Autor UNESP; Morellato, Leonor Patrícia Cerdeira Autor UNESP (Biotropica, 2018) [Artigo]
    The deciduousness of tropical trees and communities depend on ecosystems characteristics such as plant species diversity, and strength of the dry season. Based on seven years of phenological observations, we provide the ...
  • Multivariate cyclical data visualization using radial visual rhythms: A case study in phenology analysis

    Mariano, Greice C.; Staggemeier, Vanessa G. Autor UNESP; Morellato, Leonor Patricia Cerdeira Autor UNESP; Torres, Ricardo da S. (Ecological Informatics, 2018) [Artigo]
    Phenology is a traditional science that investigates the periodic phenomena of plants and animals and their relations to environmental conditions. Typically plant phenological studies are based on observations made by ...
  • Modularity, pollination systems, and interaction turnover in plant-pollinator networks across space

    Carstensen, Daniel W. Autor UNESP; Sabatino, Malena; Morellato, Leonor Patricia C. Autor UNESP (Ecology, 2016) [Artigo]
    Mutualistic interaction networks have been shown to be structurally conserved over space and time while pairwise interactions show high variability. In such networks, modularity is the division of species into compartments, ...
  • Timing of seed dispersal and seed dormancy in Brazilian savanna: Two solutions to face seasonality

    Escobar, Diego F.E Autor UNESP; Silveira, Fernando A.O; Morellato, Leonor Patricia C Autor UNESP (Annals of Botany, 2018) [Artigo]
    Background and Aims The relationship between fruiting phenology and seed dispersal syndrome is widely recognized; however, the interaction of dormancy classes and plant life-history traits in relation to fruiting phenology ...
  • Change frequency heatmaps for temporal multivariate phenological data analysis

    Mariano, Greice Cristina; Soares, Natalia Costa Autor UNESP; Morellato, Leonor Patricia Cerdeira Autor UNESP; Torres, Ricardo Da Silva (Proceedings - 13th IEEE International Conference on eScience, eScience 2017, 2017) [Trabalho apresentado em evento]
    The huge amount of multivariate temporal data that has been produced in several applications demands the creation of appropriate tools for the analysis and pattern characterization of change. This paper introduces a novel ...
  • Persistence of submerged macrophytes in a drying world: Unravelling the timing and the environmental drivers to produce drought-resistant propagules

    Calero, Sara; Morellato, Leonor Patrícia C. Autor UNESP; Rodrigo, María A. (Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2018) [Artigo]
    Under a warming scenario many permanent inland water bodies in the Mediterranean region have become temporary ones, so the persistence of submerged macrophytes depends on the timely production of drought-resistant propagules. ...
  • Reproductive phenology of two co-occurring Neotropical mountain grasslands

    Le Stradic, Soizig Autor UNESP; Buisson, Elise; Fernandes, Geraldo W.; Morellato, Leonor P. C. Autor UNESP (Journal of Vegetation Science, 2018) [Artigo]
    Aim: Climate tends to explain phenological variations in tropical ecosystems. However, water availability and nutrient content in soil strongly affect plant communities, especially those on old, climatically buffered, ...
  • Does the major aluminium-resistance gene in wheat, TaALMT1, also confer tolerance to alkaline soils?

    Silva, Carolina M. S. Autor UNESP; Zhang, Chunyan; Habermann, Gustavo Autor UNESP; Delhaize, Emmanuel; Ryan, Peter R. (Plant and Soil, 2018) [Artigo]
    Aim: A major limitation to plant growth in acid soils is the prevalence of toxic Al3+. Most genotypic variation for acid soil-tolerance in wheat is linked with the Al3+-activated efflux of malate anions from roots which ...
  • Plant life in campo rupestre: New lessons from an ancient biodiversity hotspot

    Morellato, L. Patrícia C. Autor UNESP; Silveira, Fernando A.O. (Flora: Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 2018) [Artigo]
    The years 2011–2020 represent the United Nations Decade of Biodiversity, aiming to inspire worldwide actions to support biodiversity conservation. This Special Issue illustrates the current knowledge of plant life in campo ...
  • Seed bank of seasonally flooded grassland: experimental simulation of flood and post-flood

    Bao, Francielli Autor UNESP; Elsey-Quirk, Tracy; de Assis, Marco Antonio Autor UNESP; Pott, Arnildo (Aquatic Ecology, 2018) [Artigo]
    Wetland seed banks comprise the propagules of plant species that have species-specific germination requirements for germination in either flooded or dry conditions. At the community level, wetland structure and succession ...
  • Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected conservation priority

    Silveira, Fernando A. O.; Negreiros, Daniel; Barbosa, Newton P. U.; Buisson, Elise; Carmo, Flávio F.; Carstensen, Daniel W. Autor UNESP; Conceição, Abel A.; Cornelissen, Tatiana G.; Echternacht, Lívia; Fernandes, G. Wilson et al. (Plant and Soil, 2016) [Resenha]
    Background: Botanists, ecologists and evolutionary biologists are familiar with the astonishing species richness and endemism of the fynbos of the Cape Floristic Region and the ancient and unique flora of the kwongkan of ...
  • Vochysia tucanorum Mart.: an aluminum-accumulating species evidencing calcifuge behavior

    de Souza, Marcelo Claro; Habermann, Gustavo Autor UNESP; do Amaral, Cárita Liberato Autor UNESP; Rosa, Annylory Lima; Pinheiro, Marcelo Henrique Ongaro; Da Costa, Fernando Batista (Plant and Soil, 2017) [Artigo]
    Background and aims: Acidic soil occupies 30% of the world’s ice-free land, and exchangeable aluminum (Al) availability increases under these conditions, being toxic to many plant species. However, some plants accumulate ...
  • Introducing digital cameras to monitor plant phenology in the tropics: applications for conservation

    Alberton, Bruna Autor UNESP; Torres, Ricardo da S.; Cancian, Leonardo F. Autor UNESP; Borges, Bruno D. Autor UNESP; Almeida, Jurandy; Mariano, Greice C.; Santos, Jefersson dos; Morellato, Leonor Patricia Cerdeira Autor UNESP (Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, 2017) [Resenha]
    The application of digital cameras to monitor the environment is becoming global and changing the way of phenological data collection. The technique of repeated digital photographs to monitor plant phenology (phenocams) ...
  • Increased growth of Araucaria angustifolia under warm conditions is unaccompanied by increased photosynthetic performance

    de Castro, Lorena Egidio Autor UNESP; Kissmann, Camila Autor UNESP; Habermann, Gustavo Autor UNESP (Trees - Structure and Function, 2017) [Artigo]
    Key message: AlthoughA. angustifoliaoccurs in regions with subtropical climate, warm conditions do not seem to impair the growth of young plants. Abstract: The effects of increasing temperature are worth studying even in ...
  • Connection between tree functional traits and environmental parameters in an archipelago of montane forests surrounded by rupestrian grasslands

    Coelho, Marcel S. Autor UNESP; Carlos, Priscila P.; Pinto, Victor D.; Meireles, Alline; Negreiros, Daniel; Morellato, Leonor Patrícia Cerdeira Autor UNESP; Fernandes, G. Wilson (Flora: Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 2018) [Artigo]
    Forest islands are unique habitats standing out across mountains dominated by rupestrian grassland in southeastern Brazil. In this work we evaluated the relationship between the plant species functional traits (number of ...
  • Forest archipelagos: A natural model of metacommunity under the threat of fire

    Coelho, Marcel S. Autor UNESP; de Siqueira Neves, Frederico; Perillo, Lucas Neves; Morellato, Leonor Patrícia Cerdeira Autor UNESP; Fernandes, G. Wilson (Flora: Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 2018) [Artigo]
  • Towards vegetation species discrimination by using data-driven descriptors

    Nogueira, Keiller; Dos Santos, Jefersson A.; Fornazari, Tamires Autor UNESP; Freire Silva, Thiago Sanna Autor UNESP; Morellato, Leonor Patricia Autor UNESP; Torres, Ricardo Da S. (2016 9th IAPR Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Remote Sensing, PRRS 2016, 2017) [Trabalho apresentado em evento]
    In this paper, we analyse the use of Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs or ConvNets) to discriminate vegetation species with few labelled samples. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work dedicated to the ...

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