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MOURA, Allan Anderson Pereira , PINHEIRO, Felipe Ferreira , PINGARILHO, João Gonçalves , DIAS, Cláudio Alberto Gellis de Mattos , OLIVEIRA, Euzébio , DENDASCK,...
HUMAN INTOXICATION BY PLANTS IN BRAZIL BETWEEN 2006 AND 2016
Analysis of the Teaching of Evolutionary Biology Using the Conceptual Framework of Phylogenetic Systematics...
New concept in the teaching of evolutionary biology, in which the authors highlight the importance of the use of phylogenetics for the organization