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Catálogo sistemático dos pólens das plantas arbóreas do Brasil meridional XV - Myrtaceae

At the present part of our Pollen Catalogue, it is studied the pollen grain morphology of 140 species of Myrtaceae from Santa Catarina State. The study of these pollen grains allow us the composition of pollinic groups according to the characteristic of the apertures and the structure of the exines. It was not possible to differentiate neither species nor genera according to the...

Pollen analysis of honey and beebread derived from Brazilian mangroves

Pollen analyses were performed on honey and beebread from hives in apiaries located in two distinct mangrove areas dominated by Laguncularia racemosa (L.) C.F. Gaernt. One apiary was located at the edge of Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro State, and the other near Maranguá Bay, Bahia State, Brazil. We investigated the contribution of nectar and pollen from mangrove vegetation to...

Structural investigation of C6/36 and Vero cell cultures infected with a Brazilian Zika virus

Freitas Trindade, Sheila Maria Barbosa Lima. Project administration: Debora Ferreira Barreto-Vieira. Resources: Debora Ferreira Barreto-Vieira, Ortrud Monika Barth. Writing ± original draft: Debora

Pollen morphology of Vochysiaceae tree species in the State of Santa Catarina, Southern Brazil

Tropical Vochysiaceae includes mainly trees, and also shrubs and subshrubs. Three genera and seven species are present in the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina. The pollen morphology of six species of trees, belonging to three genera of the Vochysiaceae A. St-Hil. family, was studied. Herbaria samples were obtained, processed and treated by standard methods. The pollen grain...

Morfologia polínica de Camarea St.-Hil. (Malpighiaceae)

(Pollen grain morphology of Camarea St.-Hil. (Malpighiaceae)). Pollen grains of eight species of Camarea, including a hybrid one are described and illustrated. The species present very similar pollen grains showing some differences in the apertures and ornamentation type. An identification key of the species studied is also presented.