- Research Grants
, acting on the following subjects: herpetologia, glândula de veneno, serpentes, viperidae and morfogênese. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Populations of amphibians are suffering decline and/or extinction due to climate change and anthropogenic actions. Among several causes, habitat loss and fragmentation and infection by pathogens have been identified as key drivers of extinction. The interaction between these two factors also present negative consequences, such as reduced immune function. In addition, some studies show t...
Invasive species are recognized as one of the main threats to vertebrate populations, as they can develop mechanisms that increase their fitness in new conquered environments. In this way, they can be strong competitors exploiting the same resources as the local population and contributing to the loss of biodiversity. Among the mechanisms involved that aid in the ability of invasive spe...
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