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Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected conservation priority

Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected... Plant Soil (2016) 403:129–152 DOI 10.1007/s11104-015-2637-8 MARSCHNER REVIEW Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected conservation priority Fernando A. O. Silveira & Daniel Negreiros & Newton P. U. Barbosa & Elise Buisson & Flávio F. Carmo & Daniel W. Carstensen & Abel A. Conceição & Tatiana G. Cornelissen & Lívia Echternacht & G. Wilson Fernandes & Queila S. Garcia & TadeuJ.Guerra & Claudia M. Jacobi & José P. Lemos-Filho & Soizig Le Stradic & Leonor Patrícia C. Morellato & Frederico S. Neves & Rafael S. Oliveira & Carlos E. Schaefer & Pedro L. Viana & Hans Lambers Received: 9 April 2015 /Accepted: 7 August 2015 /Published online: 18 August 2015 # Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 Abstract (OCBILs) that are the basis of a general hypothesis to Background Botanists, ecologists and evolutionary bi- explain their richness and endemism. However, few ologists are familiar with the astonishing species rich- ecologists are familiar with the campo rupestre of cen- ness and endemism of the fynbos of the Cape Floristic tral and eastern Brazil, an extremely old mountaintop Region and the ancient and unique flora of the ecosystem that is both a museum of ancient lineages http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Plant and Soil Springer Journals

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2015 by Springer International Publishing Switzerland
Subject
Life Sciences; Plant Sciences; Soil Science & Conservation; Plant Physiology; Ecology
ISSN
0032-079X
eISSN
1573-5036
DOI
10.1007/s11104-015-2637-8
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Plant Soil (2016) 403:129–152 DOI 10.1007/s11104-015-2637-8 MARSCHNER REVIEW Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected conservation priority Fernando A. O. Silveira & Daniel Negreiros & Newton P. U. Barbosa & Elise Buisson & Flávio F. Carmo & Daniel W. Carstensen & Abel A. Conceição & Tatiana G. Cornelissen & Lívia Echternacht & G. Wilson Fernandes & Queila S. Garcia & TadeuJ.Guerra & Claudia M. Jacobi & José P. Lemos-Filho & Soizig Le Stradic & Leonor Patrícia C. Morellato & Frederico S. Neves & Rafael S. Oliveira & Carlos E. Schaefer & Pedro L. Viana & Hans Lambers Received: 9 April 2015 /Accepted: 7 August 2015 /Published online: 18 August 2015 # Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 Abstract (OCBILs) that are the basis of a general hypothesis to Background Botanists, ecologists and evolutionary bi- explain their richness and endemism. However, few ologists are familiar with the astonishing species rich- ecologists are familiar with the campo rupestre of cen- ness and endemism of the fynbos of the Cape Floristic tral and eastern Brazil, an extremely old mountaintop Region and the ancient and unique flora of the ecosystem that is both a museum of ancient lineages

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Published: Aug 18, 2015

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