Eschweilera ovata (Cambess.) Miers Search in The Plant List Search in IPNI Search in Australian Plant Name Index Search in NYBG Virtual Herbarium Search. Dispersal and prédation of Eschweilera ovata seeds in the Atlantic Forest of Southern Bahia, Brazil. Fernanda de Souza Vilela, Kevin Michael Flesher1 and. Palavras-chave: Eschweilera ovata, espécies arbóreas tropicais, taxa de cruzamento, cruzamentos endogâmicos, coancestria, tamanho efetivo de variância.

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ABSTRACT The mating system of two populations of Eschweilera ovata was studied by allozymes analysis of progeny arrays using the mixed-mating model and correlated mating model. Eschweikera ovataeschwellera tree species, outcrossing rate, biparental inbreeding, coancestry, effective variance size. Bark gray, with shallow, interconnected fissures, the outer bark mm thick, the inner bark 4 mm thick.

Comments Marcelo 15th December The effect of the density of flowering individuals on the mating systems of nine tropical tree species.

Deviations from mixed-mating model were evident from differences in pollen and ovule allele frequencies and allele frequency heterogeneity of pollen pools that fertilized the different trees. We recommend that the protologues and types of the synonyms under Eschweilera ovata be studied before new species of Eschweilera, or future segregates from it, are published.


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Eschweilera ovata, embiriba

The seeds of E. Berg recognized a number of infraspecific taxa of Lecythis ovata Camb. This species may lose most of its leaves and flush new leaves sometime after the old leaves have dropped in Oct as reported by A.

The influence of seed dispersal mechanisms on the genetic structure of plant populations. Egyptian Journal of Genetics and Citologyv. Berg Lecythis ovata var. Those that echweilera fogotten have the potential to grow into trees. Inflorescences racemose, terminal or axillary, usually unbranched, the principal rachis cm long, glabrous; pedicels well-defined, mm long.

Taxon Details – Lecythidaceae

Berg Eschweilera acuminata O. Developments in the prediction of effective population size. Based on Mori and Prance in Mori and Prance The mating system of two populations of Eschweilera ovata was studied by allozymes analysis of progeny arrays using the mixed-mating model and correlated mating model.

Silvae Geneticav. Small to medium-sized trees, m tall. Squirrels seem to be the most efficient dispersal agents but the dispersal system is similar to escyweilera of the Brazil nut, i.

Eschweilera ovata

Conservation Biologyv. This name is currently accepted. Mata de Itaparica e Mata de Camarugipe. Berg Lecythis luschnathii O. Several observations have noted that the flowers are pleasantly aromatic D. Floral scents and pollination in neotropical Lecythidaceae. Observations on the fruits and seeds of neotropical Lecythidaceae.

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Berg Miers Lecythis blanchetiana O. American Journal of Human Geneticv. Canadian Journal of Forest Resourcesv.

Objetivando reter o N e de 50, em amostras de E. Berg Eschweilera luschnathii O. Berg Miers Eschweilera luschnathii O. Berg Lecythis odoratissima Salzm.

Mating system in Eschweilera ovata (Cambess.) Miers populations

Effect of sample size on the precision of the estimate of allozyme frequencies in a natural stand of Douglas-Fir. Loss of genetic diversity by escgweilera number. Mating system of yellow starthistle Centaurea solstitialisa successful colonizer in North America. Berg Lecythis luschnathii O.

A common species found in moist to wet forests and in shorter restinga forests. Low neighborhood size and high interpopulation differentiation in the endangered shrub Grevillea iaspicula McGill Proteacea. Genetics eschweilers Molecular Biologyv. Berg Lecythis idatimon DC.

Revista do Instituto Florestalv.