Are there buds in the roots of Aspidosperma spp. (Apocynaceae)? A comparative morphoanatomical study of underground organs

Are there buds in the roots of Aspidosperma spp. (Apocynaceae)? A comparative morphoanatomical study of underground organs

E.Y. Kataoka, D.M. Alves, I. Koch, L.S. Souto

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Resprouting is an important strategy for plant persistence through time. This strategy is considered a functional trait that allows plants to recover from disturbances such as fire, drought and mechanical injuries. Despite advancements on the ecology of resprouting from underground organs, few...

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Are there buds in the roots of Aspidosperma spp. (Apocynaceae)? A comparative morphoanatomical study of underground organs

E.Y. Kataoka, D.M. Alves, I. Koch, L.S. Souto


										

Are there buds in the roots of Aspidosperma spp. (Apocynaceae)? A comparative morphoanatomical study of underground organs

E.Y. Kataoka, D.M. Alves, I. Koch, L.S. Souto

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    Flora: morphology, distribution, functional ecology of plants

    Vol. 256 (July, 2019), p. 92-99