2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782009005000047
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Biodiversidade em sistemas agroecológicos no município de Choró, CE, Brasil

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“…Studies by Aguiar et al (2010), Iwata et al (2012), Maia et al(2006;, Nogueira et al (2008), and Silva et al (2011) demonstrated the beneficial effects of agroforestry systems on the soil chemical, physical and biological properties, as well as on the preservation of the plant diversity (ALMEIDA et al, 2009;CAMPANHA et al, 2011). Some of the above studies were developed in experimental areas of the National Goat and Sheep Research Center (CNPCO), in the northern part of the Ceará State, Brazil, where agroforestry systems are being studied as an alternative to the traditional management of family farming.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Studies by Aguiar et al (2010), Iwata et al (2012), Maia et al(2006;, Nogueira et al (2008), and Silva et al (2011) demonstrated the beneficial effects of agroforestry systems on the soil chemical, physical and biological properties, as well as on the preservation of the plant diversity (ALMEIDA et al, 2009;CAMPANHA et al, 2011). Some of the above studies were developed in experimental areas of the National Goat and Sheep Research Center (CNPCO), in the northern part of the Ceará State, Brazil, where agroforestry systems are being studied as an alternative to the traditional management of family farming.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Neste sentido, Almeida et al (2009) também observaram a possível influência das áreas de vegetação nativa sobre pequenas áreas de cultivo situadas nas proximidades. Provavelmente, se fosse o caso de grandes extensões de terras cultivadas com este manejo (corte e queima), o restabelecimento e a colonização com novas espécies seriam mais demorados, uma vez que o banco de sementes em áreas queimadas é reduzido substancialmente em quantidade e diversidade (Mamede & Araújo, 2008) e o suprimento de novos indivíduos através da dispersão de propágulos por meio de áreas vizinhas torna-se menos provável.…”
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“…Only four studies examined the Caatinga and two the Pantanal (Table 1), revealing the lack of earthworm research in these biomes that occupy approximately 10 and 1.8% of Brazil's surface area, respectively (IBGE, 2019). Although only three species of earthworms 0 1,000 2,000 500 km from the Caatinga are known , there are records of large and very active earthworms in this biome (Cordero, 1943;Almeida et al, 2009), and clayey soils and/or those with a higher potential to maintain moisture can harbor earthworm population densities of over 100 individuals per square meter (Araújo et al, 2010;Lima et al, 2010). In the Caatinga, earthworms are subjected to a higher seasonal variation and to a lower precipitation than in other locations in the country, which causes them to undergo diapause or prolonged inactivity, generally at greater soil depths (Silva et al, 2015b).…”
Section: Geographic Representation Of the Studiesmentioning
confidence: 99%