Publicaciones derivadas de tesis de Doctorado en 2005

En revistas de circulación periódica con referato

  • Batlla D., Benech Arnold, R. L. 2005. Changes in light senstivity of Polygonum aviculare L. buried seeds in relation to cold-induced dormancy loss. Development of a predictive model. New Phytologist 165, 445-452.
  • Durand P. 2005. Movimientos campesinos contemporáneos: el caso del Movimiento Campesino de Santiago del Estero (Argentina). Revista ALASRU nº 2.
  • Durand P. 2005. Trayectoria del Movimiento Campesino de Santiago del Estero: desde sus inicios hasta el 2002. En: Trayectoria y contextos. Organizaciones rurales en la Argentina de los noventa. CEDERU. Editorial La Colmena.
  • González F. G., Slafer G. A., Miralles D. J. 2005. Photoperiod during stem elongation in wheat: ¿is its impact on fertile floret and grain number determination similar to that of radiation ? Functional Plant Biology 32, 181-188.
  • González F. G., Slafer G. A., Miralles D. J. 2005. Pre-anthesis development and number of fertile florets in wheat as affected by photoperiod sensitivity genes Ppd-D1 and Ppd-B1. Euphytica 146, 253-269.
  • González F. G., Slafer G. A., Miralles D. J. 2005. Floret development and survival in wheat plants exposed to contrasting photoperiod and radiation environments during stem elongation. Functional Plant Biology 32, 189-197.
  • Guerschman J. P., Paruelo J. M. 2005. Agricultural impacts on ecosystem functioning in temperate areas of North and South America. Global and Planetary Change 47, 170-180.
  • Kantolic A. G., Slafer G. A. 2005. Reproductive development and yield components in indeterminate soybean as affected by post-flowering photoperiod. Field Crops Research 93, 212-222.
  • Nosetto M., Jobbágy E. G, Paruelo J. M. 2005. Land use change and water losses: The case of grassland afforestation across a soil textural gradient in Central Argentina. Global Change Biology 11, 1101-1117.
  • Pancotto V. A., Sala O. E., Robson T. M., Scopel A. L., Caldwell M. M. 2005. Direct and indirect effects of solar ultraviolet-B radiation on long-term decomposition. Global Change Biology 11, 1982-1989.
  • Passarella V. S., Savin R., Slafer G. A. 2005. Breeding effects on sensitivity of barley grain weight and quality to events of high temperature during grain filling. Euphythica 141, 41-48.
  • Poggio S L. 2005. Structure of the weed communities occuring in monocultures and intercrops of field pea and barley. Agriculture, Ecosystem & Environment 109, 48-58.
  • Salgado H. 2005. Modelización de aforos de pequeños cauces de cuencas serranas. Revista Electrónica de la REDLACH, FAO 1, 11-15.
  • Stenglein S. A., Arambarri A. M., Menendez – Sevillano M. C., Balatti P. A. 2005. Leaf epidermal characters related with plant’s passive resistance to pathogens vary among accessions of wild beans Phaseolus vulgaris var. aborigineus (Leguminosae-Phaseoleae). Flora 200, 285-295.
  • Striker G., Insausti P., Grimoldi A., Ploschuk E., Vasellati V. 2005. Physiological and anatomical basis of differential tolerance to soil flooding of Lotus corniculatus L. and Lotus glaber Mill. Plant and Soil 276, 301-311.
  • Verón S. R., Oesterheld M., Paruelo J. M. 2005. Production as a function of resource availability: slopes and efficiencies are different. Journal of Vegetation Science 16, 351-354.

Capítulos de libros

  • Balatti P., Stenglein S. 2005. Resistance gene analogs in common bean. In Genetic Resources and Biotechnology: characterization and utilization of genetic resources using molecular approaches (D. Thangadurai, T. Pullaiah & L. Tripathy, eds.), Vol. 3, 121-133. Regency Publications, New Delhi.
  • Omacini M., Chaneton E. J., Ghersa C. M. 2005. 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, 141-162.
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