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Amaranthus is a dicotyledonous, herbaceous mesophyte that utilizes specialized [C.
Bignoniaceae) (also known as Pyrostegia ignea and Bignonia venusta) is a liana creeper that easily adapts to hygrophyte and mesophyte environments.
According to Reitz (1977), it is an heliophytic species, a selective hydrophyte to mesophyte, found quite frequently in Araucaria Pine Forests, especially in the humid soil of the moist forest in isolated patches of trees, and in more open areas of the secondary forests.
Thereafter, the mesophyte biomass will continue to increase with Quercus and Carya trees increasingly found as scattered individuals.
significant parts of the swamp landscapes, are reduced being replaced by riparian mesophyte areas.
Mitochondrial ultrastructure in roots of mesophyte and hydrophyte at anoxia and after glucose feeding.