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  • Medina, Eduardo F.; Mayrink, Gustavo C. V.; Dias, Cleide R.pt-BR; Vital, Camilo E.; Ribeiro, Dimas M.; Silva, Ivo R.; Merchant, Andrew (Annals of Forest Science, 2019-03)
    Hypoxia promoted distinct changes in the levels of hormones, amino acids and organic acids in the roots and shoots of a seedling from 2 Eucalyptus clones. These results indicate that modulation of hormone production, as ...
  • Voltarelli, Murilo Aparecido; Vidal, Diego Onofre; Silva, Rouverson Pereira da; Cassia, Marcelo Tufaile; Tavares, Tiago de Oliveira (Comunicata Scientiae, 2016)
    O preparo do solo para o transplantio das mudas de citros afeta a longevidade, a produtividade, os aspectos fitossanitários e também a qualidade das operações mecanizadas que deverão ser executadas para garantir o futuro ...
  • Daher, Mayara; Schaefer, Carlos E. G. R.; Fernandes Filho, Elpídio Inácio; Francelino, Márcio Rocha; Senra, Eduardo Osório (Geomorphology, 2019-02-15)
    Climate and parent material have a significant impact on the development of Antarctic soils, and areas dominated by basaltic-andesitic volcanic rocks, sedimentary rocks, and metamorphic rocks have been widely studied. James ...
  • Silva, Jônatas Pedro da; Jardim, Alexandre Maniçoba da Rosa Ferraz; Simões, Vicente José Laamon Pinto; Morais, José Edson Florentino de; Silva, Marcelo José da; Araújo Júnior, George do Nascimento; Izidro, José Lypson Pinto Simões; Silva, José Raliuson Inácio; Leite, Maurício Luiz de Mello Vieira; Silva, Thieres George Freire da (PUBVET, 2018-09)
    A escolha de uma espécie forrageira é um dos fatores mais importantes quando se visa à criação de ruminantes como fonte de renda. Objetivou-se analisar o crescimento e desenvolvimento de mudas de maniçoba em função de ...
  • Schaefer, Carlos E. G. R.; Fernandes, Raphael B. A.; Francelino, Marcio R.; Fernandes Filho, Elpidio I.; Michel, Roberto F. M.; Almeida, Ivan C. C.; Andrade, André M. de; Bockheim, James G.; Pereira, Thiago T. C. (CATENA, 2017-02)
    Knowledge on active-layer dynamics and permafrost distribution is of especial importance in Maritime Antarctica, where dramatic climate warming occurred in the last decades. Few long-term studies of active-layer temperatures ...
  • Schaefer, Carlos E. R. (Australian Journal of Soil Research, 2001-09)
    This paper discusses micropedological evidence for the biological formation of microstructure in tropical soils, placing emphasis on latosol (oxisol) formation promoted by termite activity. The microstructure of selected ...
  • Schaefer, Carlos E.; Silveira, Fernando A. O.; Negreiros, Daniel; Barbosa, Newton P. U.; Buisson, Elise; Carmo, Flávio F.; Carstensen, Daniel W.; Conceição, Abel A.; Cornelissen, Tatiana G.; Echternacht, Lívia; Fernandes, G. Wilson; Garcia, Queila S.; Guerra, Tadeu J.; Jacobi, Claudia M.; Lemos-Filho, José P.; Stradic, Soizig Le; Morellato, Leonor Patrícia C.; Neves, Frederico S.; Oliveira, Rafael S.; Viana, Pedro L.; Lambers, Hans (Plant and Soil, 2016-06)
    Botanists, ecologists and evolutionary biologists are familiar with the astonishing species richness and endemism of the fynbos of the Cape Floristic Region and the ancient and unique flora of the kwongkan of south-western ...
  • Santos, Wedisson Oliveira; Mattiello, Edson Marcio; Pacheco, Anderson Almeida; Vergutz, Leonardus; Souza-Filho, Luiz Francisco da Silva; Abdala, Dalton Belchior (International Journal of Mineral Processing, 2017-02-10)
    Countries like Brazil, China and India are highly dependent on external reserves of soluble potassium (K) minerals for the production of K fertilizers. On the other hand, the natural occurrence of potassium-rich silicate ...
  • Paye, Henrique de Sá; Mello, Jaime W.V. de; Mascarenhas, Gustavo Rocha Lima de Magalhães; Gasparon, Massimo (Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 2016-02)
    The distribution and fractionation of Sc, Y and 14 rare earth elements (La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb and Lu) were investigated in 144 samples (topsoil and subsoil) from 88 sites distributed across ...
  • Freitas, R. C. A. de; Fernandes, R. B. A.; Fontes, M. P. F.; Jordão, C. P.; Zenteno, M. D. Carrillo (Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 2013-02)
    Although Cd concentrations in uncontaminated soils are usually low, pollution of soils by Cd from different sources of contamination pose problems. The application of soil amendments to increase plant production has been ...
  • Silva, Roberto Lustosa; Cavalcante, Ítalo Herbert Lucena; Sousa, Karla dos Santos Melo de; Galhardo, Cristiane Xavier; Santana, Elisson Alves; Lima, Deisiele Diniz (Comunicata Scientiae, 2015-10)
    A qualidade de frutos de maracujazeiro é influenciada por fatores genéticos e exógenos à planta como clima, o solo e as práticas culturais, incluindo adubação e irrigação. Nesse sentido, um experimento foi desenvolvido de ...
  • Mendonca, E. S.; Leite, L. F. C.; Machado, P. L. O. A. (Australian Journal of Soil Research, 2007)
    In 1984, a field experiment was initiated in Coimbra, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, involving the combination of 3 levels of mineral fertilisers at control (0); 10 kg N/ha, 15 kg P/ha, and 17 kg K/ha (MF1); 20 kg N/ha, ...
  • Leite, L. F. C.; Mendonca, E. S.; Machado, P. L. O. A.; Matos, E. S. (Australian Journal of Soil Research, 2003)
    A 15-year experiment in a clayey Red-Yellow Podzolic in the tropical highlands of Vicosa, Brazil, was studied in 2000, aiming to evaluate the impact of different management systems (no tillage, disk plowing, heavy scratcher ...
  • Poloni, Carlos Magno Mulinario; Vieira, Gustavo Haddad Souza; Silva, Bruno Eustáquio Cirilo; Peterle, Gabriel; Jolomba, Marlinda Rufina; Luiz, Paulo Henrique Dionizio (The Journal of Engineering and Exact Sciences, 2018)
    O presente trabalho objetivou caracterizar emissores Microspray em diferentes pressões de serviço. O experimento foi conduzido no IFES – Campus Santa Teresa, Brasil. Foi montado um sistema de avaliação contando com 8 ...
  • Clemente, E. P.; Schaefer, C. E. G. R.; Novais, R. F.; Viana, J. H.; Barros, N. F. (Australian Journal of Soil Research, 2005)
    This study aimed to evaluate the effects of Eucalyptus grandis root growth on localised soil compaction and fracturing. Undisturbed soil (Kandiustox) samples subjected to root growth pressure were used, employing 2 methods ...
  • Jordão, Cláudio Pereira; Fernandes, Raphael Bragança A.; Ribeiro, Kamilla de Lima; Barros, Priscila M. de; Fontes, Mauricio Paulo F.; Souza, Francianny Maria de Paula (Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 2010-07)
    Cattle manure vermicompost has been used for the adsorption of Al(III) and Fe(II) from both synthetic solution and kaolin industry wastewater. The optimum conditions for Al(III) and Fe(II) adsorption at pH 2 (natural pH ...
  • Barros, Nairam F.; Comerford, N. B.; Maciel Filho, Rubens (Biomass and Bioenergy, 2005-02)
    Oxisols of the Brazilian Cerrado are highly weathered phosphorus deficient soils, on which eucalypt is increasingly being grown as a source of carbon and energy for steel manufacturing. Phosphorus (P) fertilization is a ...
  • Silva Júnior, Gabriel B. da; Santos, Eduardo M. dos; Silva, Roberto L.; Cavalcante, Ítalo H. L. (Revista Brasileira de Engenharia Agrícola e Ambiental, 2016-04)
    As a strategy to minimize N losses in the soil, mineral N sources, such as polymer-coated urea, have been studied as possibility to increase the synchronization of N release by the fertilizer and its absorption by plants. ...
  • Medina, Eduardo Ferreira; Pires, José Maurício Machado; Oliveira, Francysmary Sthéffany Dias; Silva, Bruno Eustáquio Cirilo (The Journal of Engineering and Exact Sciences, 2018)
    A atividade antrópica é responsável pela contaminação do meio ambiente com metais pesados. Dentre essas atividades destacam-se a mineração e o lixo gerado pela população. Os metais pesados podem sofrer lixiviação alcançando ...
  • Daher, Mayara; Schaefer, Carlos E. G. R.; Thomazini, André; Lima Neto, Elias de; Souza, Caroline Delpupo; Lopes, Daví do Vale (CATENA, 2019-02)
    Large amounts of organic matter deposited by marine birds, especially penguins, accumulate on ice-free areas of maritime Antarctica during the short austral summer. The well-known ornithogenic soils of this region are ...

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