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Sabrina Latansio

  • Doctor
  • Post Doctorate Student
  • University of São Paulo
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  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in Sabrina's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

Nitrogen and Carbon use by trees of forests and savannas.

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Publications (5)

  • Seasonal Changes in Photosynthetic Nitrogen of Tree Species Differing in Leaf Phenology in a South-eastern Brazilian Savanna

    • Latansio-Aidar S
    • Colleta L
    • Ometto J
    • et al.
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  • Spatial patterns of photosynthesis in thin- and thick-leaved epiphytic orchids: unravelling C3–CAM plasticity in an organ-compartmented way

    • Rodrigues M
    • Matiz A
    • Cruz A
    • et al.
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  • Specific leaf areas of the tank bromeliad Guzmania monostachia perform distinct functions in response to water shortage

    • Freschi L
    • Takahashi C
    • Cambui C
    • et al.
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    N/ACitations
  • Isotopic view of vegetation and carbon and nitrogen cycles in a cerrado ecosystem, southeastern Brazil

    • Coletta L
    • Nardoto G
    • Latansio-Aidar S
    • et al.
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  • Gas exchange, vegetative development, phenology and water potential of an urban rubber tree plantation (Hevea brasiliensis (Müell Arg.)), clone RRIM 600, western of São Paulo (SP/Brazil).

    • Latansio-Aidar S
    • Conforto E
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Professional experience

Post Doctorate Student

University of São Paulo

March 2013 - Present

Education history

PhD

UNICAMP - Universidade de Campinas, Brazil

August 2007 - January 2013(5 years)

PhD - Occupational Trainee

University of Queensland

October 2009 - October 2010(a year)

Master

Instituto De Botânica de São Paulo

August 2005 - February 2007(2 years)

Bacharelor

Universidade Estadual Paulista-UNESP

January 2000 - January 2003(3 years)