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Edenise Segala Alves

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Secretaria do Meio Ambiente (São Paulo - Estado). Instituto de Botânica  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

graduate at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade de São Paulo (1981), master's at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade de São Paulo (1989) and ph.d. at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade de São Paulo (1996). Has experience in Botany, focusing on Botany, acting on the following subjects: anatomia da madeira, biomonitoramento, pau-brasil, anatomia ecológica and bioindicadores. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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MOURA, BARBARA B.; ALVES, EDENISE S.; DE SOUZA, SILVIA R.; DOMINGOS, MARISA; VOLLENWEIDER, PIERRE. Ozone phytotoxic potential with regard to fragments of the Atlantic Semi-deciduous Forest downwind of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Environmental Pollution, v. 192, p. 65-73, . Web of Science Citations: 19. (09/11328-1, 12/00782-6)

MOURA, BARBARA BAESSO; ALVES, EDENISE SEGALA; MARABESI, MAURO ALEXANDRE; DE SOUZA, SILVIA RIBEIRO; SCHAUB, MARCUS; VOLLENWEIDER, PIERRE. Ozone affects leaf physiology and causes injury to foliage of native tree species from the tropical Atlantic Forest of southern Brazil. Science of The Total Environment, v. 610, p. 912-925, . Web of Science Citations: 13. (09/11328-1, 12/00782-6)

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