Aug 2021 – Sep 22

Indexed publications

  1. Ahmadian, N.; Abedi, M.; Escudero, A.; Sohrabi, M.; Luzuriaga, A.L.: “Artemisia sieberi dominated landscapes of Northeastern Iran host great diversity in lichen and annual plant species”. Flora 288: 152019.
  2. Arganda, S.; Arganda Carreras, I.; Gordon, D. G.; Hoadley, A. P.; Pérez Escudero, A.; Giurfa, M.; Traniello, J. F.A.: “Statistical Atlases and Automatic Labeling Strategies to Accelerate the Analysis of Social Insect Brain Evolution”. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.
  3. Aragón, G.; Giménez, G.F.; Vicente, M.: “Diversidad de líquenes terrícolas de los Montes de Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha, España)”. Botanica Complutensis 46: e81990.
  4. Bañares-de-Dios, G.; Macía, M.J.; de Carvalho, G.M.; Arellano, G.; Cayuela, L.: “Soil and climate drive floristic composition in tropical forests: a literature review”. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10: 866905.
  5. Barbanera A.; Markesteijn L.; Kairo J.; Juma G. A.; Karythis S.; Skov M. W.: “Functional responses of mangrove fauna to forest degradation”. Marine and Freshwater Research 73, 762-773.
  6. Barca, S.; Vieira-Lanero, R.; Nachón, D.J.; Sánchez-Hernández, J.; Cobo, M.C.; Cobo, F.: “Complexity of the relationship between environmental factors, interspecific competition, and intrinsic traits of the species in explaining the invasive success of Gobio lozanoi Doadrio & Madeira, 2004”. Water.
  7. Biscaia, M.; Llorente, R.; Gomez, J.; Grassi, D.; Vega-Avelairad. D.: “Shikonin inhibits microglia activation and reduces CFA-induced mechanical hyperalgesia in an animal model of pain”. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy.
  8. Bouchebti, S.; Cortés-Fossati, F.; Vales Estepa, Á.; Plaza Lozano, M.; Calovi, D. S.; Arganda, S.: “SexSpecific Effect of the Dietary Protein to Carbohydrate Ratio on Personality in the Dubia Cockroach”. INSECTS.
  9. Browne, L., Markesteijn, L., Engelbrecht, B. M. J., Jones, F. A., Lewis, O. T., Manzané-Pinzón, E., Wright, S. J., & Comita, L. S. Increased mortality of tropical tree seedlings during the extreme 2015–16 El Niño. Global Change Biology, 27, 5043– 5053.
  10. Candel-Pérez, D.; Lucas-Borja, M.E.; García-Cervigón, A.I.; Tíscar, P.A.; Andivia, E.; Bose, A.K.; SánchezSalguero, R.; Camarero, J.J.; Linares, J.C.: “Forest structure drives the expected growth of Pinus nigra along its latitudinal gradient under warming climate”. Forest Ecology and Management 505: 119818.
  11. Carmona-Velasco, J.; García-Cervigón, A.I.; Casimiro-Soriguer, R.: “Population and reproductive structure of an endangered juniper from coastal pine forests”. Journal for Nature Conservation 67: 126178.
  12. Carrete, G.; Luis R Pertierra, Javier Benayas, Miguel Ángel Olalla-Tárraga.: “Ensemble forecasting of invasion risk for four alien springtail (Collembola) species in Antarctica”. Polar Biology 44, 2151-2164.
  13. Carvalho, B.; de la Cruz, M.; Escudero, A.; Bastias, C.C.; Valladares, F.; Benavides, R.: The effect of plant–plant interactions as a key biotic process mediating the spatial variation of phenotypes in a Pinus sylvestris forest”. Trees 36, 1401–1412 Mayo 2022.
  14. Chaves, R.; Ferrandis, P.; Escudero, A.; Luzuriaga, A.L.: “Diverse phylogenetic neighborhoods enhance community resistance to drought in experimental assemblages”. Scientific Reports 11: 22499.
  15. Chefaoui, R. M.; Duarte, C. M.; Tavares, A. I.; Frade, D. G.; Cheikh, M. S.; Ba, M. A.; & Serrao, E. A.: “Predicted regime shift in the seagrass ecosystem of the Gulf of Arguin driven by climate change”. Global Ecology and Conservation, 32, e01890.
  16. Culshaw, V.; Villaverde, T.; Mairal, M.; Olsson, S.; Sanmartín, I.; “Rare and widespread: integrating Bayesian MCMC approaches, Sanger sequencing and Hyb-Seq phylogenomics to reconstruct the origin of the enigmatic Rand Flora genus Camptoloma”. American Journal of Botany, 108 (9): 1673—1691.
  17. de Guzman, I.; Altieri, P.; Elosegi, A.; Pérez-Calpe, A.V.; von Schiller, D.; González, J.M.; Brauns, M.; Montoya, J.M.; & Larrañaga, A.: “Water diversion and pollution interactively shape freshwater food webs through bottom-up mechanisms”. Global Change Biology, 28.
  18. Draper, I.; Villaverde, T.; Garilleti, R.; Burleigh, J. G.; McDaniel, S.F.; Mazimpaka, V.; Calleja, J. A.; Lara, F.: “An NGS-based phylogeny of Orthotricheae (Orthotrichaceae, Bryophyta) with the proposal of the new genus Rehubryum from Zealandia”. Frontiers in Plant Science, 13.
  19. Elliott, C.P.; Commander, L.E.; Merino-Martín, L.; Golos, P.J.; Stevens, J.; Miller, B.P.: “An approach to defining and achieving restoration targets for a threatened plant community”. Ecological Applications 32:e2613.
  20. Escribano-Álvarez, P.; Luis R.Pertierra, Brezo Martínez, Steven L.Chown, Miguel Á.Olalla-Tárraga.: “Half a century of thermal tolerance studies in springtails (Collembola): A review of metrics, spatial and temporal trends”. Current Research in Insect Science 2, 100023.
  21. Escudero, A.; Matesanz, S.; Pescador, D.S.; de la Cruz, M.; Valladares, F.; Cavieres, L.A.: “Every bit helps: The functional role of individuals in assembling any plant community, from the richest to monospecific ones”. Journal of Vegetation Science, 32: e013059.
  22. Fargallo, J.A.; López-Rull, I.: “Settlement Phenotypes: Social Selection and Immigration in a Common Kestrel Population” . Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10:810516.
  23. Fajardo, A.; Piper, F.; García-Cervigón, A.I.: ”The intraspecific relationship between wood density, vesseldiameter and other traits across environmental gradients”. Functional Ecology 36: 1585-1598.
  24. Fernández-Alonso, M.J.; Díaz-Pinés, E.; Kitzler, B.; Rubio, A.: “Tree species composition shapes the assembly of microbial decomposer communities during litter decomposition”. Plant Soil.
  25. Fernández, H.; Grossmann, J.; Gagliardini, V.; Feito, I.; Rivera, A.; Rodríguez, L.; Quintanilla, L. G.; Quesada, V.; Cañal, M. J.; Grossniklaus, U.: “Sexual and apogamous species of woodferns show different protein and phytohormone profiles”. Frontiers in Plant Science 12: 718932..
  26. García-Hidalgo, M.; García-Pedrero, A.; Colón, D.; Sangüesa-Barreda, G.; García-Cervigón, A.I.; LópezMolina, J.: Hernández-Alonso, H.; Rozas, V.; Olano, J.M.; Alonso-Gómez, V.: “CaptuRING: “A Do-ItYourself tool for wood sample digitization”. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13: 1185-1191.
  27. García, R.M.; Parra-Quijano, M.; Martínez-Fernández, J.; Iriondo, J.M.: “On-farm conservation priorities through a multicriteria monospecific approach”. Crop Science 61:4181-4193.
  28. Gómez‐Fernández, A.; Milla, R.: “How seeds and growth dynamics influence plant size and yield: Integrating trait relationships into ontogeny”. Journal of Ecology.
  29. Gómez‐Fernández, A.; P. Osborne, C.; Rees, M.; Palomino, P.; Carlos Ingala; Guillermo Gómez; Milla, R.: “Disparities among crop species in the evolution of growth rates: the role of distinct origins and domestication histories”. New Phytologist.
  30. Gómez-González, S.; Paniw, M.; Blanco-Pastor, J.L.; García-Cervigón, A.I.; Godoy, O.; Herrera, J.M.;Lara, A.; Miranda, A.; Ojeda, F.; Ochoa-Hueso, R.: “Moving towards the ecological intensification of tree plantations”. Trends in Plant Science 27: 637-645.
  31. González, J.M.; Elosegi, A.: “Water abstraction reduces taxonomic and functional diversity of stream invertebrate assemblages”. Freshwater Science 40.
  32. González-Benítez, N.; Martín-Rodríguez, I.; Cuesta, I.; Arrayás, M.; White, J. F.; Molina, M. C.: “Endophytic microbes are tools to increase tolerance in Jasione plants against arsenic stress”. Frontiers in Microbiology, 12.
  33. González-Benítez, N.; Durante-Rodríguez, G.; Kumar, M.; Carmona, M.: “Biotechnology for Arsenic Detection and Bioremediation”. Frontiers in Microbiology, 12.
  34. Hernández-Agüero, J.A.; Ruiz-Tapiador, I.; Cayuela, L.: “What feeds on Quercus ilex L.? A biogeographical approach to studying trophic interactions in a Mediterranean keystone species”. Diversity and Distributions 28: 4-24. Enero 2022.
  35. Hernández-Cáceres, D.; Stokes, A.; Angeles-Alvarez, G.; Abadie, J.; Anthelme, F.; Bounous, M.; Freschet, G.T.; Roumet, C.; Weemstra, M.; Merino-Martín, L.; Reverchon,. F.: “Vegetation creates microenvironments that influence soil microbial activity and functional diversity along an elevation gradien”t. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 165:108485.
  36. Jabal-Uriel, C.; Albarracín, V. N.; Calatayud, J.; Higes, M.; Martín-Hernández, R.: ”Age and season effect the timing of adult worker honeybee infection by Nosema ceranae”. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.
  37. Lara-Romero, C*.; Ruiz-Benito, P.; Castro-Díez, P.: “Functional traits and propagule pressure explain changes in the distribution and demography of non-native trees in Spain”. Journal of Vegetacion Science, 33: e13131. 2022.
  38. Lassoued, S.; Marghali, S.; García Fernández, A.; Trifi-Farah, N.: “Mitochondrial NAD7 intronic region as barcoding marker for genetic diversity assessment of six Lathyrus species”. Botany Letters, 168(4), 517-522.
  39. Lázaro-Lobo, A.; Ruiz-Benito, P.; Lara-Romero, C.; Castro-Díez, P.: “Biotic, abiotic, and anthropogenic drivers of demographic performance of non-native Eucalyptus and Pinus species in forested areas of Spain”. Forest Ecology and Management, 15:120111.
  40. López‐Rubio, R.; Pescador, D. S.; Escudero, A.; Sánchez, A. M.: “Rainy years counteract negative effects of drought on taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity”. Journal of Ecology, 110(10), 2308-2320.
  41. Madrigal‐González, J.; Luzuriaga, A. L.; Escudero, A.; Ferrandis, P.; & Calatayud, J.: “Warming reverses directionality in the richness–abundance relationship in ephemeral Mediterranean plant communities”. Ecology.
  42. Ariel Martínez,  P.A.; Gutiérrez, J.M.; Olalla‐Tárraga, M.A.; Ferreira Amado, T.: “Venomous animals in a changing world”. Global Change Biology 28, 3750-3753.
  43. Martín-Forés, I.; Bastias, C.C.; Acuña-Miguez, B.; Magro,S.; Valladares, F.; De la Cruz, M.: Recruitment facilitation in expanding forests of Mediterranean juniper is sex-biased”. Forest Ecology and Management 505: 119937.
  44. Matas-Granados, L.; Pizarro, M.; Cayuela, L.; Domingo, D.; Gómez, D.; García, M.B.: “Long-term monitoring of NDVI changes by remote sensing to assess the vulnerability of threatened plants”. Biological Conservation 265: 109428.
  45. Matesanz, S.; Blanco-Sánchez, M.; Ramos-Muñoz, M.; de la Cruz, M.; Benavides, R.: Escudero, A.: “Phenotypic integration does not constrain phenotypic plasticity: differential plasticity of traits is associated to their integration across environments”. New Phytol, 231: 2359-2370.
  46. Molina, M. D. C., White, J. F., García-Salgado, S., Quijano, M. Á., & González-Benítez, N. (2021). A gnotobiotic model to examine plant and microbiome contributions to survival under arsenic stress. Microorganisms, 9(1), 45.
  47. Morán-López, T.; Benadi, G.; Lara-Romero, C.; Chacoff, N.; Vitali, A.; Pescador, D.; Lomascolo, S.B.; Morente-López, J.; Vázquez, D.P.; Morales, J.M. : “Flexible diets enable pollinators to cope with changes in plant community composition”. Journal of Ecology, 110: 1913-1927. 10.1111/1365-2745.13893.
  48. Morente-López, J.; Kass; J.M.; Lara-Romero, C.; Serra-Diaz, J.M.; Soto-Correa, J.C.; Anderson, R.P.; Iriondo, J.M.: “Linking ecological niche models and common garden experiments to predict phenotypic differentiation in stressful environments: assessing the adaptive value of marginal populations in an alpine plant”. Global Change Biology, 28(13):4143-4162.
  49. Muriel S.; Olariaga I.; Prieto, M.: “Gypsum content influences culturable soil fungal communities in semiarid steppes from central Spain”. Journal of Arid Environments.
  50. Neuman, M.; Jonsson, V.; Calatayud, J.; Rosvall, M.: “Cross-validation of correlation networks using modular structure”. Applied Network Science.
  51. O’Brien, M.J.; Carbonell, E.P.; Schöb, C.: “Aprisco Field Station: The spatial structure of a new experimental site focused on agroecology”. Journal of Plant Ecology, 15, 1117-1123.
  52. Olano, J.M.; Hernández-Alonso, H.; Sangüesa-Barreda, G.; Rozas, V.; García-Cervigón, A.I.; García-Hidalgo, M.: “Disparate response to water limitation for vessel area and secondary growth along Fagus sylvatica southwestern distribution range”. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 323: 109082.
  53. Olariaga, I.; Huhtinen S.; Laessoe T.; Petersen, J.H.; Hansen, K.; Parra, L.A.: “Proposal to conserve the name Ceratellopsis with a conserved type (Basidiomycota: Agaricales)”. Taxon. 2873
  54. Olariaga I.; Huhtinen, S.; Laessoe, T.; Petersen, J.H.; Hansen, K.; Parra, L,A,: “Proposals to conserve the names Typhula with a conserved type, Macrotyphula against Sclerotium, and Phyllotopsidaceae against Sclerotiaceae, and to reject the name Sclerotium fulvum (Basidiomycota: Agaricales)”. Taxon. (2874– 2877)
  55. Palacio, S.; Cera, A.; Escudero, A.; Luzuriaga, A.L.; Sánchez, A.; Mota, J.F.; Pérez-Serrano, M.; Merlo, M.E.; Martínez-Hernández, F.; Salmerón-Sánchez, E.; Mendoza-Fernández, A.; Pérez-García, F.J.; Montserrat-Marti, G.; Tejero. P.: “Recent and ancient evolutionary events shaped plant elemental composition of edaphic endemics. A phylogeny-wide analysis of Iberian gypsum plants.” New Phytologist.
  56. Palomino, J.; Mejías, J.A.: “Morphometrics as a robust tool for disambiguation in plant taxonomy: the case of Lactuca livida, a commonly accepted but never delimited taxon”. Plant Biosystems – An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology.
  57. Patiño, J.; Ramón, P.; Gusmán-Montalván, E.; Escudero, M.; de la Cruz, M.: “Fencing promotes fast recovery of demographic processes after grazing-driven collapse in Bursera graveolens forests”. Forest Ecology and Management, 499: 119592.
  58. Pertierra, L.; Convey, P.; Martinez, P.A.; Tejedo, P.; Benayas, J.; Olalla-Tárraga. M.A.: “Can classic biological invasion hypotheses be applied to reported cases of non-native terrestrial species in the Maritime Antarctic?” Antarctic Science 34, 226-245.
  59. Prati, S.; Henriksen, E.H.; Smalås, A.; Knudsen, R.; Klemetsen, A.; Sánchez-Hernández, J.; Amundsen, P.-A.: “The effect of inter- and intraspecific competition on individual and population niche widths: a four decade study on two interacting salmonids”. Oikos.
  60. Rincón-Barrado, M.; Olsson, S.; Villaverde, T.; Moncalvillo, B.; Pokorny, L.; Forrest, A.; Riina, R.; Sanmarín, I.: “Ecological and geological processes impacting speciation modes drive the formation of wide-range disjunctions within tribe Putorieae (Rubiaceae)”. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 59(5): 915-934.
  61. Rodríguez Santalla, I.; Navarro, N.: “Main threats in Mediterranean coastal wetlands. The Ebro Delta case”. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering.
  62. Román, S.; Vázquez, E.; Román, M.; Viejo, R.M.; Woodin ,S.A.; Wethey, D. A.; Troncoso, J. S.; Olabarria, C.: “Effects of warming on biological interactions between clams and the seagrass Zostera noltei: A case study using open top chambers”. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 276: 108027.
  63. Rubalcaba, J.; F Gouveia, S.; Villalobos, F.; P Cruz-Neto, ÇA.; G Castro, M.; F Amado, T.; A Martinez, P.; A Navas, C.; Dobrovolski, R.; Felizola Diniz-Filho, J.A.; Olalla-Tárraga. M.A,: “Physical constraints on thermoregulation and flight drive morphological evolution in bats”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (15) e2103745119.
  64. Rubio Teso, M.L.; Lara-Romero, C.; Rubiales, D.; Parra-Quijano, M.; Iriondo, J.M.: “Searching for abiotic tolerant and biotic stress resistant wild lentils for introgression breeding through predictive characterization”. Frontiers in Plant Science 13:817849.
  65. Sánchez, A.M.; Peralta, A.M.L.; Luzuriaga, A.L.; Prieto, M.; Escudero, A.: “Climate change and biocrust disturbance synergistically decreased taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity in annual communities on gypsiferous soils”. Oikos e08809.
  66. Sánchez-Hernández, J.; Hayden, B.; Harrod, C.; Kahilainen, K.K.: “Population niche breadth and individual trophic specialisation of fish along a climate-productivity gradient”. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.
  67. Sánchez-Hernández, J.; Vieira-Lanero, R.; Nachón, D.J.; Barca, S.; Cobo, M.C.; Cobo, F.: “Preface: Insights and advances in Iberian ichthyology”. Hydrobiologia.
  68. Sangüesa-Barreda, G.; García-Cervigón. A.I.; García-Hidalgo, M.; Rozas, V.; Martín-Esquivel, J.L.; MartínCarbajal, J.; Martínez, R.; Olano, J.M.: “Vertical cliffs harbour millennia-old junipers in the Canary Islands”. Ecology 103: e3633.
  69. Stefan, L.; Engbersen, N.; Schöb, C.: “Using spatially-explicit plant competition models to optimise crop productivity in intercropped systems”. Basic and Applied Ecology, 63, 1-15.
  70. Stefanescu, C.; Colom, P.; Barea-Azcón, J.M.; Horsfield, D.; Komac, B.; Miralles, A.; Shaw, M.R.; Ubach, A.; Gutiérrez, D.: “Larval parasitism in a specialist herbivore is explained by phenological synchrony and host plant availability”. Journal of Animal Ecology, 91, 1010-1023.
  71. Vaccaro, C.; Six, J.; Schöb, C.: “Moderate shading did not affect barley yield in temperate silvoarable agroforestry systems”. Agroforestry Systems, 96, 799–810.
  72. Vicente, E.; Moreno-de las Heras, M.; Merino-Martín, L.; Nicolau, J. M.; Espigares, T.: “Assessing the effects of nurse shrubs, sink patches and plant water-use strategies for the establishment of late successional tree seedlings in Mediterranean reclaimed mining hillslopes”. Ecological Engineering 176:106538.
  73. Weissflog, A.; Markesteijn, L.; Aiello, A.; Healey, J.; Geipel, I.: “Do prey shape, time of day, and plant trichomes affect the predation rate on plasticine prey in tropical rainforests?” Biotropica, 54, 1259– 1269.
  74. Wesselmann, M.; Chefaoui, R. M.; Marbà, N.; Serrao, E. A.; Duarte, C. M.: “Warming Threatens to Propel the Expansion of the Exotic Seagrass Halophila stipulacea«. Frontiers in Marine Science 10.3389/ fmars.

Other pair-revised publications

  1. Arranz, I.; Davidson, T.A.; Benejam, L.; Brucet, S.; Sánchez-Hernández, J.; Landkildehus, F.; Lauridsen, T.; Mezzo, N.; Vidal, N.; Özkan, K.; Gallego, I.; Wischnewski, J.; Menezes, R.; Shurkhuu, T.; Jeppesen, E.: “Interactive Effects of Lake Morphometry and Sticklebacks on the Trophic Position of Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus (L.), across Lakes in Western Greenland”. Journal of Limnology and Freshwater Fisheries Research.
  2. Sangüesa-Barreda, G.; Rozas, V.; García-Cervigón, A.I.; García-Pedrero, A.; García-Hidalgo, M.; Olano, J.M.: “Los daños por heladas tardías en los hayedos ibéricos: un reto emergente del cambio climático”. Foresta 81: 44-49.