Alchornea triplinervia (Spreng.) Müll. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae) is a tree which occurs in a broad range of habitats in Brazil. In the State of Rio de Janeiro, it occurs. CONTEXT: Alchornea triplinervia (Spreng.) Müll. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae) is a tree widespread in many Brazilian states. This plant naturally occurs. Find technical and marketing information for lesser-used tropical timber species, LUS. Learn more on our Tapia (Alchornea triplinervia) page.
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Euphorbiaceae under distinct light and soil water regimes, Botanical Alchornda of the Linnean SocietyVolumeIssue 2, 1 JunePages —, https: Euphorbiaceae is a tree which occurs in a broad range of habitats in Brazil. In the State of Rio de Janeiro, it occurs from montane forests to swamplands at sea level.
A quantitative approach was used to examine the role of light and soil water regime on the variations found in anatomical traits of the palisade and spongy parenchyma, outer epidermal cell wall of the abaxial and adaxial surfaces, the percentage of sclerenchymatous area in relation to the total midrib area and the ratio of palisade to spongy parenchyma for five distinct ecological populations: M—late secondary montane forest shaded, unflooded ; M2—early secondary montane forest semi-exposed, unflooded ; SI—primary swamp forest semi-exposed, flooded ; S2—secondary swamp forest exposed, flooded ; and D—deforestation area exposed, unflooded.
Tukey tests were carried out for multiple comparisons, while one-way factor variance analysis was used to test for differences among ecological populations. A principal component analysis was used to order the populations as well as to find the higher variance component.
These populations developed different response levels to the environmental factors studied, namely light and soil water regime. Light accounted for the variations found in palisade and spongy parenchyma while the combination of light and trillinervia water determined the variations found regarding the outer epidermal cell wall of the abaxial surface, the percentage of sclerenchymatous area in relation to the total midrib area and the compaction of the spongy parenchyma.
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Abstract Alchornea triplinervia Spreng. Atlantic forestintraspecific variationtropical tree.
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