Thaisa Sala Michelan
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Effects of an exotic invasive macrophyte (tropical signalgrass) on native plant community composition, species richness and functional diversity
TS Michelan, SM Thomaz, RP Mormul, P Carvalho
Freshwater Biology 55 (6), 1315-1326, 2010
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the Total Environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
Temporal trends and effects of diversity on occurrence of exotic macrophytes in a large reservoir
SM Thomaz, P Carvalho, RP Mormul, FA Ferreira, MJ Silveira, ...
Acta Oecologica 35 (5), 614-620, 2009
Trends and biases in global climate change literature
JC Nabout, P Carvalho, MU Prado, PP Borges, KB Machado, KB Haddad, ...
Natureza & Conservação 10 (1), 45-51, 2012
Propagule pressure, invasibility of freshwater ecosystems by macrophytes and their ecological impacts: a review of tropical freshwater ecosystems
SM Thomaz, RP Mormul, TS Michelan
Hydrobiologia 746 (1), 39-59, 2015
Aquatic macrophytes in the large, sub-tropical Itaipu Reservoir, Brazil
RP Mormul, F Alves Ferreira, T Sala Michelan, P Carvalho, MJ Silveira, ...
Revista de biología tropical 58 (4), 1437-1451, 2010
Incorrect citations give unfair credit to review authors in ecology journals
MC Teixeira, SM Thomaz, TS Michelan, RP Mormul, T Meurer, JVB Fasolli, ...
PLoS One 8 (12), e81871, 2013
Native macrophyte density and richness affect the invasiveness of a tropical Poaceae species
TS Michelan, SM Thomaz, LM Bini
PLoS One 8 (3), e60004, 2013
Zooplankton diversity in a dammed river basin is maintained by preserved tributaries in a tropical floodplain
LSM Braghin, BRS Figueiredo, T Meurer, TS Michelan, NR Simões, ...
Aquatic Ecology 49 (2), 175-187, 2015
Associations between a highly invasive species and native macrophytes differ across spatial scales
SM Thomaz, TS Michelan
Biological Invasions 13 (8), 1881-1891, 2011
The invasive aquatic macrophyte Hydrilla verticillata facilitates the establishment of the invasive mussel Limnoperna fortunei in Neotropical reservoirs
TS Michelan, MJ Silveira, DK Petsch, GD Pinha, SM Thomaz
Journal of Limnology 73 (3), 2014
Shade provided by riparian plants and biotic resistance by macrophytes reduce the establishment of an invasive Poaceae
HB Evangelista, TS Michelan, LC Gomes, SM Thomaz
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (2), 648-656, 2017
Regeneration and colonization of an invasive macrophyte grass in response to desiccation
TS Michelan, SM Thomaz, P Carvalho, RB Rodrigues, MJ Silveira
Nat & Conserv 8, 133-139, 2010
Competitive effects hinder the recolonization of native species in environments densely occupied by one invasive exotic species
TS Michelan, SM Thomaz, FM Bando, LM Bini
Frontiers in plant science 9, 1261, 2018
Macrophyte species richness and composition are correlated with canopy openness and water depth in tropical floodplain lakes
FM Bando, TS Michelan, ER Cunha, BRS Figueiredo, SM Thomaz
Brazilian Journal of Botany 38 (2), 289-294, 2015
Anatomical development of roots of native and non-native submerged aquatic macrophytes in different sediment types
MJ Silveira, VC Harthman, TS Michelan, LA Souza
Aquatic Botany 133, 24-27, 2016
Tributaries as richness source for Oligochaeta assemblage (Annelida) of Neotropical dammed river
FH Ragonha, DK Petsch, GHZ Alves, HS Santana, TS Michelan, ...
Brazilian Journal of Biology 74 (4), 861-869, 2014
The colonization success of an exotic Poaceae is related to native macrophyte richness, wind disturbance and riparian vegetation
SM Thomaz, MJ Silveira, TS Michelan
Aquatic sciences 74 (4), 809-815, 2012
The influence of “Homage to Santa Rosalia” on aquatic ecology: a scientometric approach
SM Thomaz, TS Michelan, P Carvalho, LM Bini
Fifty years after the ‘‘Homage to Santa Rosalia’’: Old and new paradigms on …, 2010
Espécies exóticas e invasoras no Brasil: a grande preocupação com macrófitas aquáticas
RP Mormul, TS Michelan, SM Thomaz
B Ablimno 39, 1-3, 2010
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