2022
DOI: 10.1590/0102-33062021abb0195
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Abstract: Tropical forests are the most diverse on the planet, and it is essential to understand how plant species adapt to the environmental differences inherent in this environment. This study describes the wood anatomy and hydraulic architecture of Bathysa cuspidata and Bathysa nicholsonii in two remnants of the Atlantic Forest through a paired analysis of the hydraulic system related to taxonomic and environmental aspects. Samples were collected non-destructively, processed following techniques of wood anatomy. Symp… Show more

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“…In contrast, the secondary xylem has a longer‐term function and thus represents responses integrated over longer times. In addition, it possesses characteristics that are closely related to mechanical strength and hydraulic conductivity, which are affected by environmental factors including temperature, humidity, and luminosity, in addition to the water and nutritional availability of the soil (Baas et al, 2016; Beeckman, 2016; Olson, 2020; Castelar et al, 2022).…”
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“…In contrast, the secondary xylem has a longer‐term function and thus represents responses integrated over longer times. In addition, it possesses characteristics that are closely related to mechanical strength and hydraulic conductivity, which are affected by environmental factors including temperature, humidity, and luminosity, in addition to the water and nutritional availability of the soil (Baas et al, 2016; Beeckman, 2016; Olson, 2020; Castelar et al, 2022).…”
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confidence: 99%