Phenological evaluation methods in native plant species


  • Arlindo Ananias Pereira da Silva Unesp - Campus Ilha Solteira
  • Dayane Bortoloto da Silva Unesp - Campus Ilha Solteira
  • Franciele Muchalak Universidade de São Paulo - Campus Piracicaba
  • Taisa Lopes Lacerda Pereira Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul - Campus Chapadão do Sul
  • Walter Aparecido Ribeiro Júnior Unversidade Estadual de Londrina
  • Kassia Maria Cruz Souza Unesp - Campus Ilha Solteira
  • Douglas Garrio Carfane Unesp - Campus Ilha Solteira
  • Leonardo Henrique Pereira de Brito Unesp - Campus Ilha Solteira
  • Adriano Roberto Franquelino Unesp - Campus Presidente Prudente



Phenology is an important tool used for the knowledge and study of native species, being necessary that they are conducted in a uniform way and evaluated the same characteristics, both quantitative and qualitative. In this sense, this work aimed to gather the main studies, proposing a union in the methodology for this type of study. For effective work, five to ten individuals should be sampled by species, checking the presence or absence of phenophases, visually quantifying the percentage of canopy coverage and classifying them as to their occurrence and regularity and finally checking the synchronization of events in species within the community. To carry out phenological studies, five to ten individuals must be sampled, and the presence or absence of phenophases, defoliation, sprouting, leaf expansion and maintenance of foliage in the canopy, flower buds emission, flowering in progress, end of flowering, forming fruits, ripe fruits and falling fruits / dispersing seeds, visually quantify the percentage of canopy coverage, and then estimate its synchronization and classification as to the frequency and regularity of occurrence.



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Silva, A. A. P. da, Silva, D. B. da ., Muchalak, F., Pereira, T. L. L., Ribeiro Júnior, W. A. ., Souza, K. M. C. ., Carfane, D. G. ., Brito, L. H. P. de, & Franquelino, A. R. . (2021). Phenological evaluation methods in native plant species. Scientific Electronic Archives, 14(7), 33–36.



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