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Journal of Arid Environments, ISSN 0140-1963, 02/2013, Volume 89, pp. 1 - 4
In Brazil, the semi-arid tropical zone comprises approximately 12% of its territory. In this region the Caatinga is the only exclusively Brazilian biome.... 
Brazil | Semi-arid environment | Adaptation strategy | Hydrological model | SEMIARID CATCHMENT | DISTRIBUTIONS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | REDISTRIBUTION | SHRUBS | SOIL-WATER | LAND-USE | SYSTEMS | ECOLOGY | SCALE | HYDROLOGY | VEGETATION | Biomes | Analysis | Porosity | Hydrology | Roots | Vegetation | Homogeneity | Infiltration | Seasons | Soil (material)
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Theriogenology, ISSN 0093-691X, 03/2019, Volume 126, pp. 286 - 294
The objective of the study was to understand the influence of climatic variations in a semiarid environment on serum testosterone, testicular morphology and... 
Rainfall | Wild pig | Temperature | Semiarid weather | Wildlife | Tayassu tajacu | SPERMATOGENESIS | SEASONAL-VARIATIONS | SEMINAL PLASMA | RAINY | PROTEIN PROFILE | CLIMATE-CHANGE | DRY | HEAT-STRESS | REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY | VETERINARY SCIENCES | LINNAEUS
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Microbial Ecology, ISSN 0095-3628, 07/2017, Volume 74, Issue 1, pp. 89 - 105
Semi-arid and arid areas occupy about 33% of terrestrial ecosystems. However, little information is available about microbial diversity in the semi-arid... 
Carbohydrate-active enzymes (CAZYmes) | CAZYome | Metagenomics | Biomass conversion | Caatinga | Environmental microbial diversity | BUFFALO RUMEN METAGENOME | GLYCOSIDE HYDROLASES | MICROBIOLOGY | FUNCTIONAL PROFILES | MICROORGANISMS | BACTERIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE | BINDING MODULES | DATABASE | CHIHUAHUAN DESERT | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | ECOLOGY | GLYCOSYLTRANSFERASES | Glycosyltransferases - analysis | Carbohydrates | Alphaproteobacteria - enzymology | Soil Microbiology | Soil - chemistry | Brazil | Fresh Water - chemistry | Planctomycetales - enzymology | Water Microbiology | Enzymes - analysis | Glycoside Hydrolases - analysis | Physiological aspects | Biomes | Biomass energy | Transferases | Water | Terrestrial ecosystems | Similarity | Transcription | Glycosyltransferase | Ecosystems | Endemism | Habitats | Genes | Terrestrial environments | Fresh water | Homology | Identification | Biosynthesis | Biomass | Biodiversity | Data bases | Species diversity | Taxa | Microorganisms | Databases | Water analysis | Inland water environment | Profiles | Water samples | Soil water | Glycosides | Habitat | Species | Binding | Energy flow | Enzymes | Territory | Arid regions | Hydrolase | Redundancy | Abundance | Ecology | Semiarid environments | Conversion | Carbon cycle | Soils | Water sampling | Samples | Relative abundance | Hydrolases | Glycoside hydrolase
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Mammalia, ISSN 0025-1461, 05/2017, Volume 81, Issue 3, pp. 257 - 264
In semiarid regions like the Brazilian Caatinga, the long dry season suggests that it is a homogeneous environment. However, differences in climate, soil,... 
Brazil | semiarid | conservation | richness | Chiroptera | NORTH-EASTERN | ZOOLOGY | Biomes | Bats | Observations | Identification and classification | Distribution | Literature reviews | Heterogeneity | Ecosystems | Fauna | Sampling | Species | Semiarid environments
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REVISTA CAATINGA, ISSN 0100-316X, 07/2019, Volume 32, Issue 3, pp. 760 - 768
The objective of this work was to evaluate the temporal stability of total organic carbon (TOC) of soils under different uses in areas with Caatinga... 
MOISTURE | AGRONOMY | Semiarid | LITTER | WATER STORAGE | Soil organic matter | SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS | Soil management | SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION | Biomass contribution | REGION
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ARQUIVO BRASILEIRO DE MEDICINA VETERINARIA E ZOOTECNIA, ISSN 0102-0935, 07/2017, Volume 69, Issue 4, pp. 865 - 869
The Caatinga is an exclusively Brazilian biome and one of the most diverse in the world, housing a great variety faunal. Southern Tamandua ( Linnaeus, 1758),... 
RICKETTSIAL INFECTION | AMAZON | semiarid | STATE | WILD ANIMALS | PERNAMBUCO | RECORDS | Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato | ACARI IXODIDAE | Caatinga | VETERINARY SCIENCES | Amblyomma auricularium | Collared anteater
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Forest Systems, ISSN 2171-5068, 2018, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. eR01S - eR01S
Aim of study: Silvopastoral system (SPS) involving numerous indigenous trees and shrubs is a traditional land-use system in the Caatinga, but it has little... 
Fodder trees | Livestock production | Ecosystem management | Food security | Arid and semiarid lands | Agroforestry | SYSTEM | MICROCLIMATE | PASTURES | CARBON | arid and semiarid lands | fodder trees | PERFORMANCE | livestock production | agroforestry | REGION | RESPONSES | ecosystem management | TREES | GOATS | food security | WOODLAND | FORESTRY
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Brazilian Journal of Biology, ISSN 1519-6984, 2014, Volume 74, Issue 4, pp. 939 - 942
We present data on nematode infracommunity of the arboreal lizard Polycrhus acutirostris in the semiarid Caatinga biome, northeastern Brazil. Twenty- twolizard... 
Gynaecometra bahiensis | Polycrhus | Parasitism | Nematoda | Semiarid | Physaloptera retusa | LIZARDS REPTILIA SQUAMATA | CERRADO | RESTINGA HABITAT | HELMINTHS | BIOLOGY | parasitism | semiarid | STATE | Nematoda - classification | Animals | Prevalence | Nematoda - isolation & purification | Lizards - parasitology | Female | Male | Brazil - epidemiology
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Acta Arachnologica, ISSN 0001-5202, 2017, Volume 66, Issue 1, pp. 9 - 15
We describe a new species of scorpion from the Caatinga of the state of Pernambuco, Brazil. Ananteris otavianoi sp. nov. can be distinguished from other... 
semiarid | taxonomy | Pernambuco | Ananteris otavianoi sp. nov | scorpion | Scorpion | Taxonomy | Semiarid | New species | Teeth | Chelicerae
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REVISTA CAATINGA, ISSN 0100-316X, 2016, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp. 692 - 699
Soil is an important water compartment into a watershed scale, mainly due to its role in providing water to plants and to the influence of antecedent moisture... 
SYSTEM | SCENARIOS | AGRONOMY | YIELD | SEMIARID CATCHMENT | CLIMATE-CHANGE | MODEL | Wilting point | REGION | VARIABILITY | IMPACT | Soil | Semiarid environment | Antecedent moisture | Soil moisture | Root zone | Ecosystems | Watersheds | Experimental basins | Runoff | Vegetation | Soil water | Wilting | Rainy season | Water shortages | Surface flow
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REVISTA CAATINGA, ISSN 0100-316X, 2016, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 956 - 965
The objective of this work was to evaluate the influence of anthropic activities on the effective precipitation (eP) and soil loss in watersheds under... 
RESPONSES | AGRONOMY | Semiarid region | SEDIMENT LOSS | RUNOFF | Surface runoff | Water erosion | Deforestation | Soil erosion | Cultivation | Soil loss | Watersheds | Rainfall | Tropical forests | Sediments | Water depth | Burning | Soils | Precipitation | Incineration | Pasture | Rainy season | Effective precipitation | System effectiveness
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Genetics and Molecular Research, ISSN 1676-5680, 12/2015, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 16966 - 16974
Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) analysis was used to evaluate DNA polymorphism in Pilosocereus gounellei with the aim of differentiating samples... 
Genetic diversity | Xiquexique | AFLP | Cactus | Semiarid region | NUMBER | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | GENETICS & HEREDITY | DIVERSITY | Genetic Variation | Genetics, Population | Ecosystem | Brazil | Cactaceae - genetics | Genetic Markers | Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Analysis | Polymorphism, Genetic
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Fungal Diversity, ISSN 1878-9129, 09/2017, Volume 86, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 594
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