2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-67622014000600006 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: RESUMO -O objetivo deste trabalho foi estudar a fenologia, biologia reprodutiva e visitantes florais de Sideroxylon obtusifolium em área de caatinga. O estudo foi realizado de outubro de 2003 a setembro de 2005, em populações naturais de S. obtusifolium, na Reserva Legal do Projeto Salitre, em Juazeiro, BA. Os dados fenológicos indicaram que as fenofases vegetativas (brotação e senescência foliar) ocorreram ao longo do ano, enquanto a floração e frutificação foram registradas na estação seca e das chuvas, resp… Show more

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“…This pollination system is very common in woody flora of the Costa Rican tropical rainforest (Bawa et al, 1985) and Brazilian Cerrado vegetation (Oliveira & Gibbs, 2000, 2002 and references; Martins & Batalha, 2006), and in species with floral attributes similar to those of C. marginatum (see Moreira & Freitas, 2020). In the same way, generalist pollination by bees, beetles, butterflies, flies and/or wasps is common in Sapotaceae (Gomes & Pinheiro, 2007; Gomes et al, 2010; Kiill et al, 2014; Lassen et al, 2018).…”
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“…This pollination system is very common in woody flora of the Costa Rican tropical rainforest (Bawa et al, 1985) and Brazilian Cerrado vegetation (Oliveira & Gibbs, 2000, 2002 and references; Martins & Batalha, 2006), and in species with floral attributes similar to those of C. marginatum (see Moreira & Freitas, 2020). In the same way, generalist pollination by bees, beetles, butterflies, flies and/or wasps is common in Sapotaceae (Gomes & Pinheiro, 2007; Gomes et al, 2010; Kiill et al, 2014; Lassen et al, 2018).…”
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“…According to the Most Effective Pollinator Principle, a flower’s characteristics will be molded by those pollinators that visit it most frequently and effectively in the region where it is, but this does not mean that the flower is pollinated exclusively by this vector (sensu Stebbins, 1970). Pollination by the Hymenoptera (mainly bees) and/or Diptera orders is common in Sapotaceae species (e.g., Manilkara subsericea , Pouteria venosa , Sideroxylon obtusifolium and Vitellaria paradoxa ) (Gomes & Pinheiro, 2007; Gomes et al, 2010; Kiill et al, 2014; Lassen et al, 2018) and other families with floral attributes similar to neotropical Sapotaceae, such as Erythroxylaceae, Flacourtiaceae (e.g., Bawa et al, 1985; Oliveira & Gibbs, 2000) and Rhamnaceae (e.g., Medan & Arce, 1999 and references). In Panama, Chrysophyllum cainito seems to be pollinated mainly by species of Tetragonisca bees (Gonzálvez, Chen, & Rodríguez‐Gironés, 2015; Parker et al, 2010).…”
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