In addition to that, the larger nuculania have a larger number of true seeds (AZEVEDO; MENDES; FIGUEIREDO, 2004) so that the sowing of the larger diaspores
may enhance the chances of germination to occur and the development of at least one of those seeds and the production of plantlets.
The size and composition of the diaspore
bank are in part determinants of its longevity.
Aluminum hydroxide minerals in various proportions except bauxite are conventionally found in Gibbsite with the combination of [Al (OH) 3] and polymorphs like boehmite and diaspore
Westoby, "Effect of diaspore
characteristics on removal of seeds adapted for dispersal by ants," Ecology, vol.
Fruit ripening has also been associated with the appropriate dispersal season; for instance, diaspores
of wind dispersal species ripen during the dry season (Lieberman, 1982; Morellato et al., 1990; Ibarra-Manriquez et al, 1991; Batalha and Martins, 2004), a situation that also occurs in several species of Asteraceae in the study area.
Generally, people access forests to conduct several activities, such as diaspore
extraction and hunting, which is facilitated by the occurrence of roads (Peres & Lake, 2003).
dispersal ability and degree of dormancy in heteromorphic species of cold deserts of northwest China: a review.
(2012) classified the germination of Archontophoenix cunninghamii as adjacent ligular, in which the seedling development happens adjacently to the diaspore
These results indicate that the energy required to evaporate the water bound to the active sites of the product is always greater than the energy required to evaporate the pure water, as was also observed for seeds of 'tucuma-de-Goias' (Oliveira et al., 2014a), jatropha (Chaves et al., 2015), pequi diaspores
(Sousa et al., 2016) and baru fruits
An open-mindedness and investment in a community, of the type encapsulated by Diaspore
's Favour Bank project, is needed from all models of gallery to move forward.