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PhD in botany at the Universidade de São Paulo (2014), with post-doc in the same area and institution (2015-2018). Has experience in the sub-areas: floral structure, floral biology, pollination ecology, plant systematics, and environmental education. Was professor assistant at the Botany department in Instituto de Biociências, Universidade de São Paulo from 2017-2018. Currently is a visiting professor at Centro de Ciências Naturais e Humanas, Universidade Federal do ABC. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Angiosperms have a diversity of floral types. Given the existence of such variation in flower structure, the main goal of the studies on floral evolution is to understand how such diversity has evolved. The advances in modern phylogenetic studies allow testing many questions on floral evolution using the comparative methods. With a well-supported phylogeny homology hypotheses can be ver...
Galipeinae (Galipeeae, Rutoideae) is the most diverse tribe of Rutaceae in Neotropical region. However recent molecular phylogenetic studies have demonstrated that this subtribe is not monophyletic. The circumscription of Galipeinae species are based mainly in floral traits, such as floral tube symmetry, varying from actinomorphic to markedly zygomophic, staminodes presence, anthers bas...
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