- Research Grants
Felipe Pedrosa Chagas in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Invasion of alien species is a concern to human well-being and a threat to biodiversity. Many thriving biological invasions causes economic damages and drives disruptions of ecosystem functioning. Along with that, defaunation process also endanger entire communities, disrupting species interactions, particularly on plant-animal interactions. In neotropical forests, tapir and peccaries p...
Currently, the control of leaf-cutting ants is carry out through chemical insecticides, mainly sulfluramide. This compound is persistent in the environment and bioaccumulative, so that the development of alternative methods for controlling these pest insects is desirable. In a previous study (FAPESP # 06/58043-3 - Control of leaf-cutting ants: integrated studies) many filamentous fungi ...
Invasion ecology is one of the leading fields of community ecology, because of its inherent interest as a test case of how much we understand community interactions. The classical niche theory propose that species will occupy larger realised niches in the absence of interspecific competition and species can only have a small degree of resource overlap before the competitive exclusion ha...
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CHAGAS, Felipe Pedrosa. Ecologia da invasão dos suídeos asselvajados Sus scrofa no Brasil. Tese (Doutorado) - Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" Instituto de Biociências (Campus de Rio Claro). (15/18381-6)