author = "Coelho de Souza, F. and Dexter, K. G. and Phillips, O. L. and 
                         Pennington, R. T. and Neves, D. and Sullivan, M. J. P. and 
                         Alvarez-Davila, E. and Alves, {\'A}. and Amaral, I. and Andrade, 
                         A. and Arag{\~a}o, Luiz Eduardo Oliveira e Cruz de and 
                         Araujo-Murakami, A. and Arets, E. J. M. M. and Arroyo, L. and 
                         Aymard C, G. A. and B{\'a}nki, O. and Baraloto, C. and Barroso, 
                         J. G. and Boot, R. G. A. and Brienen, R. J. W. and Brown, F. and 
                         Camargo, J. L. C. and Castro, W. and Chave, J. and Cogollo, A. and 
                         Comiskey, J. A. and Cornejo-Valverde, F. and da Costa, A. L. and 
                         de Camargo, P. B. and Di Fiore, A. and Feldpausch, T. R. and 
                         Galbraith, D. R. and Gloor, E. and Goodman, R. C. and Gilpin, M. 
                         and Herrera, R. and Higuchi, N. and Honorio Coronado, E. N. and 
                         Jimenez-Rojas, E. and Killeen, T. J. and Laurance, S. and 
                         Laurance, W. F. and Lopez-Gonzalez, G. and Lovejoy, T. E. and 
                         Malhi, Y. and Marimon, B. S. and Marimon-Junior, B. H. and 
                         Mendoza, C. and Monteagudo-Mendoza, A. and Neill, D. A. and 
                         Vargas, P. N. and Peñuela Mora, M. C. and Pickavance, G. C. and 
                         Pipoly and J. , J. and III and Pitman, N. C. A. and Poorter, L. 
                         and Prieto, A. and Ramirez, F. and Roopsind, A. and Rudas, A. and 
                         Salom{\~a}o, R. P. and Silva, N. and Silveira, M. and Singh, J. 
                         and Stropp, J. and ter Steege, H. and Terborgh, J. and 
                         Thomas-Caesar, R. and Umetsu, R. K. and Vasquez, R. V. and 
                         C{\'e}lia-Vieira, I. and Vieira, S. A. and Vos, V. A. and Zagt, 
                         R. J. and Baker, T. R.",
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                         and {Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)}",
                title = "Evolutionary diversity is associated with wood productivity in 
                         Amazonian forests",
              journal = "Nature Ecology and Evolution",
                 year = "2019",
               volume = "3",
               number = "12",
                pages = "1754--1761",
                 note = "{cited By 0}",
             abstract = "Higher levels of taxonomic and evolutionary diversity are expected 
                         to maximize ecosystem function, yet their relative importance in 
                         driving variation in ecosystem function at large scales in diverse 
                         forests is unknown. Using 90 inventory plots across intact, 
                         lowland, terra firme, Amazonian forests and a new phylogeny 
                         including 526 angiosperm genera, we investigated the association 
                         between taxonomic and evolutionary metrics of diversity and two 
                         key measures of ecosystem function: aboveground wood productivity 
                         and biomass storage. While taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity 
                         were not important predictors of variation in biomass, both 
                         emerged as independent predictors of wood productivity. Amazon 
                         forests that contain greater evolutionary diversity and a higher 
                         proportion of rare species have higher productivity. While 
                         climatic and edaphic variables are together the strongest 
                         predictors of productivity, our results show that the evolutionary 
                         diversity of tree species in diverse forest stands also influences 
                         productivity. As our models accounted for wood density and tree 
                         size, they also suggest that additional, unstudied, evolutionarily 
                         correlated traits have significant effects on ecosystem function 
                         in tropical forests. Overall, our pan-Amazonian analysis shows 
                         that greater phylogenetic diversity translates into higher levels 
                         of ecosystem function: tropical forest communities with more 
                         distantly related taxa have greater wood productivity. © 2019, The 
                         Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature Limited.",
                  doi = "10.1038/s41559-019-1007-y",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-1007-y",
                 issn = "2397-334X",
                label = "isi 2019-12-29 
           targetfile = "souza_evolutionary.pdf",
                  url = "https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85075156118\&doi=10.1038%2fs41559-019-1007-y\&partnerID=40\&md5=5b02c7ca3cd927195dfd6e1ad6f8621f",
        urlaccessdate = "11 abr. 2021"