Leonor Alvarez Cansino

Profesora Ayudante Doctora
Área de conocimiento: Ecología
Departamento: Biología Vegetal y Ecología
Tipo Año Título Fuente
Artículo2021 Evaluating grazing response strategies in winter annuals: a multi-trait approach JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
Artículo2021 Rethinking the plant economics spectrum for annuals: a multi-species study FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE
Artículo2020 Two Brassica napus cultivars differ in gene expression, but not in their response to submergence PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
Artículo2018 Gender dimorphism in Corema album across its biogeographical area and implications under a scenario of extreme drought events ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
Artículo2018 How do Mediterranean shrub species cope with shade? Ecophysiological response to different light intensities PLANT BIOLOGY
Artículo2017 Germination and Clonal Propagation of the Endemic Shrub Corema album, a Vulnerable Species with Conservation Needs and Commercial Interest NATURAL PRODUCT COMMUNICATIONS
Artículo2017 Trade-offs between water transport capacity and drought resistance in neotropical canopy liana and tree species TREE PHYSIOLOGY
Ponencia2016 Influencias del paisaje, climatología y manejo agrícola sobre la biodiversidad asociada a viña: efectos sobre servicios ecosistémicos y sostenibilidad frente a cambio global (Proyecto BACO) II Jornadas de Viticultura: comunicaciones técnicas : Madrid, 3-4 de noviembre de 2016
Artículo2016 Pentacyclic triterpenes responsible for photoprotection of Corema album (L.) D.Don white berries BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
Artículo2016 Season-dependent and independent responses of Mediterranean scrub to light conditions PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
Artículo2015 Competitive effect of a native-invasive species on a threatened shrub in a Mediterranean dune system OECOLOGIA
Artículo2015 Liana competition with tropical trees varies seasonally but not with tree species identity ECOLOGY
Artículo2015 Pervasive and strong effects of plants on soil chemistry: a meta-analysis of individual plant 'Zinke' effects PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Artículo2015 Species-specific effects of the invasive Hieracium pilosella in Magellanic steppe grasslands are driven by nitrogen cycle changes PLANT AND SOIL
Artículo2014 Gender-related traits in the dioecious shrub Empetrum rubrum in two plant communities, in the Magellanic steppe ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
Artículo2014 The role of water use and uptake on two Mediterranean shrubs' interaction in a brackish coastal dune ecosystem ECOHYDROLOGY
Artículo2013 Effects of temperature and rainfall variation on population structure and sexual dimorphism across the geographical range of a dioecious species POPULATION ECOLOGY
Artículo2013 Germination success and seedling development of Argania spinosa under different climatic conditions and browsing intensity NATURAL PRODUCT COMMUNICATIONS
Artículo2012 Gender-specific variation in physiology in the dioecious shrub Corema album throughout its distributional range FUNCTIONAL PLANT BIOLOGY
Artículo2011 Seasonal physiological plasticity and recovery capacity after summer stress in Mediterranean scrub communities PLANT ECOLOGY
Artículo2010 Fruit production under different environmental and management conditions of argan, Argania spinosa (L.) JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
Artículo2010 Gender-specific costs of reproduction on vegetative growth and physiological performance in the dioecious shrub Corema album ANNALS OF BOTANY
Artículo2010 Physiological performance and xylem water isotopic composition underlie gender-specific responses in the dioecious shrub Corema album PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
Artículo2010 Seasonal physiological responses of Argania spinosa tree from Mediterranean to semi-arid climate PLANT AND SOIL
Artículo2009 Physiological, morphological and allocation plasticity of a semi-deciduous shrub ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
Artículo2006 Ecophysiology, growth timing and reproductive effort of three sexual forms of Corema album (Empetraceae) PLANT ECOLOGY