Publicaciones derivadas de tesis de Doctorado en 2004

En revistas de circulación periódica con referato

  • Abeledo L.G., Calderini D.F. and Slafer G.A. 2004. Leaf appearance, tillering and their coordination in old and modern barleys from Argentina. Field Crops Research 86:23-32.
  • Arisnabarreta, S., Miralles, D.J. 2004. The influence of fertilizer nitrogen application on development and number of reproductive primordia in field grown two- and six-rowed barleys. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55:357-366.
  • Batlla D. y Benech-Arnold, R. L. Polygonum aviculare L. 2004. Seed dormancy loss assessed by changes in population hydrotime parameters. Development of a predictive model. Seed Science Research 14 (3):277-286.
  • Bisigato A. y Bertiller M. 2004. Patch dynamics in the arid southern Argentinean Monte: Microspatial patterns of seedling establishment. Plant Ecology 174:235-246.
  • Bisigato, A. y Bertiller, M. 2004. Seedling recruitment of perennial grasses in degraded areas of the Patagonian Monte. J. Range Management 57:191-196.
  • Borrás L., Slafer G.A., Otegui M.E. 2004. Seed dry weight response to source-sink manipulations in wheat, maize and soybean. A quantitative reappraisal. Field Crops Research 86:131-146.
  • Durand P. 2004. Nuevos vínculos entre organizaciones no gubernamentales y programas de desarrollo rural: un estudio de caso en Santiago del Estero. Revista Interdisciplinaria de Estudios Agrarios 20:59-76.
  • Gómez E., Garland J., Roberts, M. 2004. Microbial structural diversity estimated by dilution-extinction of phenotypic traits and T-RFLP analysis along a land-use intensification gradient. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 49:253-259
  • Gómez E., Garland J., Conti, M., 2004. Reproducibility in the response of soil bacterial community level physiological profiles from a land use intensification gradient. Applied Soil Ecology 26:21-30.
  • Mazía, C.N., Kitzberger T. y E.J.Chaneton. 2004. Interannual changes in folivory and bird insectivory along a natural productivity gradient in northern Patagonia forests. Ecography 27:29-40.
  • Omacini, M., Chaneton, E.J., Ghersa, C.M. y Otero, P. 2004. Do foliar endophytes affect grass litter decomposition? – a microcosm approach using Lolium multiflorum. Oikos 104:581-590.
  • Poggio, S L., E. H. Satorre and E. B. de la Fuente. (2004) Structure of weed communities occurring in pea and wheat crops in the Rolling Pampa (Argentina). Agriculture, Ecosystem & Environment 103:225-235.
  • Semmartin, M., Aguiar, M., Distel, R., Moretto, A. y Ghersa, C. 2004. Litter quality and nutrient cycling affected by grazing-induced species replacements along a precipitation gradient. Oikos 107:148-160.
  • Stenglein S.A., Arambarri, A.M., Vizgarra, O.N. & Balatti, P.A. 2004. Micromorphological variability of leaf epidermis in Mesoamerican common bean (_Phaseolus vulgaris_ L., Leguminosae). Australian Journal of Botany 52:73-80.
  • Tercero-Bucardo, N. and Kitzberger, Th. 2004. Establishment and life history characteristics of the southern South American mistletoe Misodendrum punctulatum (Misodendraceae). Revista Chilena de Hist. Nat. 77:509-521.

Capítulos de libros

  • Batlla D., Kruk, B. C. y Benech-Arnold, R. L. 2004. Modelling changes in dormancy in weed soil seed banks: implications for the prediction of weed emergence. En: R. Benech-Arnold y R. Sanchez (Eds). Handbook of Seed Physiology: Applications to agriculture, The Harworth Press: New York, Pág. 245-270)
  • Omacini, M., Chaneton, E.J. y Ghersa, C.M. 2004. A hierarchical framework for understanding the ecosystem consequences of endophyte-grass symbioses. En: West, C., Spiers, D. and Roberts, C. (eds), Neotyphodium in cool-season grasses: current research and applications. Blackwell Science, New York.