- Research Grants
Marcelo Claro de Souza in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The Brazilian savanna (cerrado) biome comprises the second largest concerning plant diversity in Brazil, occupying 21% of the national territory in the past. Internationally, the cerrados are considered an unlimited source of natural drugs, however, these species have been neglected in relation to the production of secondary metabolites and resistance to Al toxicity. Because of its abun...
Originally, 20% of the Earth crust was occupied by savannas. The savanna's biome flora basically comprises three physiognomies: "campos rupestres", savannas and forests. In relation to shrubs/trees, it is possible to group them in three functional groups according to their deciduousness: evergreen, semi-deciduous and deciduous species. In order to realize this classification, an ecophys...
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