Genetic diversity of Enterolobium cyclocarpum in Colombian seasonally dry tropical forest: implications for conservation and restoration.
Gil Tobón, C.
Gutiérrez, Janneth Patricia
Alcázar Caicedo, Carolina
Moscoso Higuita, Luis Gonzalo
Becerra, Luis Augusto
ISSNISSN: 0960-3115 (Print) 1572-9710 (Online)
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Enterolobium cyclocarpum is a characteristic legume tree species of seasonally dry tropical forests (SDTFs) of Mesoamerica and northern South America typically used in silvopastoral and agroforestry systems. Remaining populations of E. cyclocarpum in Colombia are severely fragmented owing to the highly degraded state of SDTF in the country, posing threats to both their in situ persistence and their usefulness as seed sources for future planting efforts.
Key wordsEnterolobium cyclocarpum
Key words in englishAgroforestry
JournalBiodiversity and Conservation
CitationBiodiversity and Conservation, April 2017, Volume 26, Issue 4, pp 825–842
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