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Brazilian Native Plants
Lead Guest Editor:
Bárbara França Dantas
Embrapa Tropical Semi-Arid/ Seed Analysis Lab, Embrapa- Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Petrolina, Brazil
Guest Editors
Lucia Helena Piedade Kiill
Embrapa Tropical Semi-Arid/ Ecology Lab, Embrapa- Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
Petrolina, Brazil
Francislene Angelotti
Embrapa Tropical Semi-Arid/ Climate Change Lab, Embrapa- Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
Petrolina, Brazil
Renata Conduru Ribeiro
Embrapa Tropical Semi-Arid/ Seed Analysis Lab, Embrapa- Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
Petrolina, Brazil
Carlos Albert Aragão
Tecnology and Social Sciences Department, Vegetable Production Lab, Bahia State University- UNEB
Juazeiro, Brazil
Marcos Vinicius Meiado
Biological Sciences Department, Seed Physiology Lab, Federal University of Sergipe- UFS, Itabaiana Campus
Itabaiana, Brazil
Lauro Rodrigues Nogueira Junior
Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
Aracaju, Brazil
Abel Rebouças São José
Agriculture Department, Fruticulture Lab, State University of Southwestern Bahia- UESB
Vitoria da Conquista, Brazil
Claudinéia Regina Pelacani
Biology Department, Forest Orchard, State University of Feira de Santana- UEFS
Feira de Santana, Brazil
Fatima Conceição Márquez Piña
Florest Engineering Department, Federal University of São Carlos- UFSCar
Sorocaba, Brazil
Elza Alves Correa
Agriculture Department, São Paulo State University- UNESP, Experimental Campus of Registro
Registro, Brazil
Manoel Abilio de Queiroz
Technology and Social Sciences Department, Bahia State University
Juazeiro, Brazil
Brazilian Native Plants have lots of traits and characteristics unknown to international scientific community, such as pharmaceutical or cosmetic industry proprieties and tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses, as well as some regional economically important extractivistics fruits and vegetables, which should be domesticated, and wild relative to agricultural crops, which should be used in breeding programs. This special issue is to improve the dissemination of advanced research and knowledge in Brazilian Native Plants research. Original research and review papers are solicited in any aspect of Brazilian Native Plants biology.


We aim to bring important work using any biological, ecological or agricultural approach about Brazilian Native Plants to a wide international audience and therefore only publish papers with new and innovational informations on these plants. Both research and review papers are accepted.


1. Biodiversity
2. Forest restoration
3. Plant physiolology
4. Stress tolerance
5. Pharmaceutical and cosmetic uses
6. Genetic resouces
7. Dosmestication and agricultural production
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