2019
DOI: 10.5902/1980509837389
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Interação entre endomicorrizas e frutíferas nativas (Myrtaceae) no Rio Grande do Sul

Abstract: A interação entre espécies vegetais e micorrizas arbusculares (MA) favorece o desenvolvimento de mudas. Para verificar esta interação conduziu-se estudo, em duas etapas, entre três espécies de micorrizas arbusculares (Glomus etunicatum, Gigaspora margarita e Scutellospora heterogama), além de uma testemunha e três espécies de Myrtaceae nativas no Sul do Brasil: Eugenia pyriformis Cambess, Myrcianthes pungens (O. Berg) D. Legrand) e Psidium cattleyanum Sabine na produção de mudas. Na etapa de sementeira, sement… Show more

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“…The family Myrtaceae stands out (Chrystal et al, 2020;Gatto et al, 2020), found mainly in the southern region of Brazil, which demonstrates the importance of developing research with native fruits (Neri-Numa et al, 2018;Rodrigues et al, 2020), many still little explored (Moreira-Araújo et al, 2019) and with great potential for economic exploration (Lattuada et al, 2019;Neri-Numa et al, 2018). In this family, the Myrcianthes pungens (O. Berg) D. Legrand, popularly known as guabiju, it is a medium to large tree with around 20 m, present simple leaves and considered ornamental plant, its fruits are appreciated due to the pleasant sweet flavor (Assumpção et al, 2017).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The family Myrtaceae stands out (Chrystal et al, 2020;Gatto et al, 2020), found mainly in the southern region of Brazil, which demonstrates the importance of developing research with native fruits (Neri-Numa et al, 2018;Rodrigues et al, 2020), many still little explored (Moreira-Araújo et al, 2019) and with great potential for economic exploration (Lattuada et al, 2019;Neri-Numa et al, 2018). In this family, the Myrcianthes pungens (O. Berg) D. Legrand, popularly known as guabiju, it is a medium to large tree with around 20 m, present simple leaves and considered ornamental plant, its fruits are appreciated due to the pleasant sweet flavor (Assumpção et al, 2017).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%