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Biodiversidade
Proteção da biodiversidade
Déficit linneano
Déficit Wallaceano
Levantamentos de campo
Fator de impacto
Taxonomia

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MACIEL, Everton Alves; MARTINS, Fernando Roberto. Em estudos de ecologia, evolução e biodiversidade, toda borboleta já foi uma lagarta. BioEns@ios, Campinas, SP, v. 2, n. 00, p. e024001, 2024. DOI: 10.20396/bioe.v2i00.18493. Disponível em: https://econtents.bc.unicamp.br/inpec/index.php/bioe/article/view/18493. Acesso em: 24 jun. 2024.

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Apesar dos recentes avanços em ecologia, evolução e biodiversidade, lacunas taxonômicas permanecem em muitas espécies de plantas. Se não conhecermos as espécies de plantas com confiança, onde elas ocorrem e com qual abundância, aconservação da diversidade vegetal não será possível. Assim, o esforço dos taxonomistas é importante para o planejamento de ações de conservação. Aqui, argumentamos que a ciência deveria olhar para o trabalho taxonômico com mais atenção. Este assunto tem sido debatido há muito tempo, mas, uma vez que a taxonomia tenha sido considerada uma ciência em crise, esse debate precisa continuar ativo. Usando o fator de impacto (IF) de periódicos,não advogamos sobrecarregar o trabalho de taxonomistas, mas enfatizamos como ele tem sido subestimado.Comparamos o IF entre periódicos com foco em ecologia, área florestal, genética e taxonomia. Embora a taxonomia seja a base de todas as demais áreas biomédicas, os periódicos que tratam dela têm os menoresIFs. Ao mesmo tempo, enfatizamos a importância dos levantamentos fitossociológicos e florísticos e concluímos que sem eles a estratégia de proteção das espécies vegetaisnão será eficiente nem possível de ser completada.

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