The functional variability of the morphoanatomical and physiological traits of native species leaves in a flooded tropical forest View Full Text


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2022-07-29

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Neilor Lacorte Borges, Saulo Pireda, Dhiego da Silva Oliveira, Gabriel do Amaral Ferreira, Marcos José Gomes Pessoa, Gabriel Silva de Oliveira, Maura Da Cunha

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Key messageThe species did not show a response pattern to flooding. Andira anthelmia and Vernonanthura discolor invested in plastic responses, while Guarea guidonia established a balance between integration and phenotypic plasticity.AbstractDense ombrophilous forests are tropical phytophysiognomies that make up the vegetation mosaic of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. These forests occur in humid regions and often contain flooded areas that impose obstacles to plant colonization. Some species such as Guarea guidonia (Meliaceae), Andira anthelmia (Fabaceae), and Vernonanthura discolor (Asteraceae) can tolerate these flooding conditions. However, little is known about the acclimatization of these species to flooding. For this reason, morphoanatomical and physiological analyses were performed on the leaves of five individuals of each species selected from a flooded and non-flooded site. The results showed that the species presented thicker leaves and higher specific leaf mass values under flooding conditions. However, it was observed that the thickening of G. guidonia and V. discolor is mainly influenced by the palisade parenchyma thickness, while in A. anthelmia thickening was more closely related to the spongy parenchyma thickness. Greater thickening of the cuticle and epidermis and greater density of stomata were also observed in the flooded site. The chlorophyll a and b and carotenoid contents were significantly lower in the flooded site. Chloroplasts exhibited higher amounts of starch grain, lipid drops, and plastoglobules in the flooded site. Regarding the quantum yield of photosystems II, only A. anthelmia showed a reduction in Fv/Fm values in the flooded site. Plasticity and phenotypic integration analyses made it possible to conclude that the acclimatization of A. anthelmia and V. discolor was mainly mediated by plastic adjustments. At the same time, G. guidonia presented greater phenotypic integration. More... »

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