2019
DOI: 10.1590/2175-7860201970015
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Abstract: Resumo Campo de murundus ou covoal é uma das fitofisionomias do Cerrado menos conhecidas floristicamente, cujo componente arbóreo é mais estudado que o componente herbáceo-subarbustivo. Apresentamos o levantamento florístico da família Asteraceae em um campo de murundus do município de Jataí, Goiás. As coletas foram realizadas por meio do método de caminhamento. Um total de 41 espécies foi registrado na área estudada, das quais 34 são autóctones e sete espécies são alóctones para o Cerrado. O número de espécie… Show more

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“…Regarding the other families, Asteraceae is the third family in species richness in Brazil and is among the richest families in the Cerrado phytogeographical domain (BFG 2015;Pereira et al 2019). Convolvulaceae, in turn, has registers in various Brazilian phytogeographic domains; however the majority of the species are found in Cerrado, Caatinga and Atlantic Forest (Alencar et al 2019).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Regarding the other families, Asteraceae is the third family in species richness in Brazil and is among the richest families in the Cerrado phytogeographical domain (BFG 2015;Pereira et al 2019). Convolvulaceae, in turn, has registers in various Brazilian phytogeographic domains; however the majority of the species are found in Cerrado, Caatinga and Atlantic Forest (Alencar et al 2019).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In recent years, some approaches on floristic composition, community structure and woody species distribution have been carried out in Brazilian campos de murundus. These studies were carried out in the Pantanal of the Araguaia floodplain, Mato Grosso state (Morais, Morais, & Lima, 2014;Marimon et al, 2012;, in the Triângulo Mineiro region (Resende et al, 2004), and in southwestern Goiás state (Maricato, Guilherme, Gomes, Pereira, & Souza, 2017;Pereira, Souza, Guilherme, Freire, & Teles, 2019). In recent years the disturbance of agriculture on edaphic and microbiological properties were assessed in the studied area (Santos, Custódio Filho, Freitas, Correchel, & Carneiro, 2014;Gomes Filho et al, 2014;Assis et al, 2014;Carneiro et al, 2015;Rotta et al, 2015;Souza et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%