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Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics NITROGEN FIXATION BY LEGUMES IN FLOODED REGIONS Abstract  PDF
Maria de Fátima Loureiro, Euan Kevin James, Avílio Antônio Franco
 
Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics A COMPARISON OF DISPERSAL, GERMINATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF WOODY PLANTS SUBJECTED TO DISTINCT FLOODING REGIMES IN BRAZILIAN FLOOD•PRONE FORESTS AND ESTUARINE VEGETATION* Abstract  PDF
Fábio Rubio Scarano
 
Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics ADAPTATIONS TO FLOODING BY TROPICAL TREES: MORPHOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL MODIFICATIONS Abstract  PDF
José Antonio Pimenta, E Bianchini, M E Medri
 
Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics TOLERANCE TO HYPOXIA AND ANOXIA IN NEOTROPICAL TREE SPECIES Abstract  PDF
Patrícia Carneiro Lobo, Carlos Alfredo Joly
 
Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics EPIPHYTES: PHOTOSYNTHESIS, WATER BALANCE AND NUTRIENTS Abstract  PDF
Fernanda Reinert
 
Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT AND ENDURANCE IN TROPICAL FORESTS: ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF STRESS DURING EARLY STAGES OF GROWTH Abstract  PDF
Ernesto Medina
 
Vol 4 (1998): Ecophysiological strategies of xerophytic and amphibious plants in the neotropics PERSPECTIVES IN COMPARATIVE ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF SOME BRAZILIAN VEGETATION TYPES: LEAF CO2 AND H2O GAS EXCHANGE, CHLOROPHYLL A FLUORESCENCE AND CARBON ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION Abstract  PDF
Eduardo Arcoverde de Mattos
 
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