Bud traits and post-fire responses of Cerrado woody species, Southeastern Brazil

Marco Antonio Chiminazzo, Aline Bertolosi Bombo, Tristan Charles-Dominique & Alessandra Fidelis
1) Species growing in fire-prone savannas usually persist by resprouting from their buds. In this study, we evaluated how various persistence traits allow bud protection for improved survival in fire-prone ecosystems. 2) Using an integrative morphological and macroanatomical approach, we analyzed how woody plants protect their buds. We tested bud protection at the community level and evaluated: a) how bud protection changes along a fire frequency gradient, b) if it differs between shrubs and trees...
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