2014
DOI: 10.1590/s2175-78602014000100002
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Floristic and structural comparisons between woody communities of two seasonal forest fragments in the Tocantins river basin and other remnants of this forest physiognomy in Brazil

Abstract: This work describes the woody layer composition and structure in two seasonal forest fragments in the Tocantins river basin and compares them to other remnants of this forest physiognomy in Brazil. The survey was carried out by using 17 plot samples (20 × 50 m) located in Palmeirópolis, state of Tocantins, and in Minaçú, state of Goiás. All woody individuals showing diameters ≥ 5 cm, at 1.30 cm above ground level, were recorded. The higher floristic similarity of these forest remnants compared with other close… Show more

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“…Other areas of Cerrado that were outside the main group were the Southwestern region of Bahia in the Espinhaço Range and the Cerrado in the Tocantins River Basin. This was expected since in the first area there is presence of rocky Caatinga with vegetation, climate and specific edaphic interactions (Campos et al 2017) and in the second there are dry semideciduous forests with links with seasonal forests of the Caatinga biome (Medeiros et al 2014).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Other areas of Cerrado that were outside the main group were the Southwestern region of Bahia in the Espinhaço Range and the Cerrado in the Tocantins River Basin. This was expected since in the first area there is presence of rocky Caatinga with vegetation, climate and specific edaphic interactions (Campos et al 2017) and in the second there are dry semideciduous forests with links with seasonal forests of the Caatinga biome (Medeiros et al 2014).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Destaca-se que, em 23 anos de regeneração natural pós-perturbação, a área experimental desta pesquisa, que ainda está em processo de recuperação, apresenta um número de espécies que está dentro do limite comumente observado em outras áreas de cerrado sensu stricto já estudadas no Brasil, o qual varia de 66 a 92 espécies(WALTER; GUARINO, 2006;FELFILI;FAGG, 2007;NERI et al, 2007;CARVALHO et al, 2008;SILVA JÚNIOR;SARMENTO, 2009;GOMES et al, 2011;FINA;MONTEIRO, 2013;GIÁCOMO et al, 2013;AQUINO et al, 2014 As famílias mais abundantes registradas nas áreas submetidas aos seis tratamentos, principalmente a Fabaceae, também foram registradas nas áreas de cerrado sensu stricto circunvizinhas (FIEDLER et al, 2004;LIBANO;ALMEIDA et al, 2014), bem como em outras formações savânicas SANTOS et al, 2012;LEMOS et al, 2013;ABREU et al, 2014;MEDEIROS et al, 2014). Ainda, de acordo com Mendonça et al (2008), estas estão entre as famílias botânicas que mais contribuem com o número de espécie em todo o Cerrado.…”
Section: Riqueza Inicialunclassified