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Title: Weeds on vegetation islands under natural regeneratio
Other Titles: Plantas Daninhas Em Ilhas De Vegetação Em Processo De Regeneração Natural
Authors: Souza, P. F.
Siqueira, T. C.
Martins, Rodrigo Lemes
Keywords: Anemia Tomentosa
Selaginella Convoluta
Issue Date: 2011
metadata.dc.publisher.journal: Planta Daninha
metadata.dc.relation.ispartof: Volume 29, Número 4, Pags. 745-750
Abstract: This study presents the floristic and structural composition of vegetation islands of an inselberg in Vale do Moxuara, in Cariacica-ES, to evaluate whether the islands' richness is related to their size and soil depth. A total of 45 vegetation islands were evaluated by estimating the phytosociological parameters needed for the analysis. Fifty-three vascular plant species of twenty-four families and forty-eight genders were found. The most outstanding families were Poaceae, with seven species, followed by Malvaceae and Fabaceae, with six species each. Weeds represented 39.6% of all flora listed and 25.5% of the islands' vegetation cover. Selaginella convoluta and Anemia tomentosa had the most frequency and relative cover. Multiple regression was not significant, considering the inhibiting role played by the weed species.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1590/S0100-83582011000400004
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