Publicaciones derivadas de tesis de Doctorado en 2015

  • Araujo P.I. y Austin, A.T. 2015. A shady business: pine afforestation alters the primary controls on litter decomposition along a precipitation gradient in Patagonia. Journal of Ecology 103 (6): 1408-1420 (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12433)
  • Bernal Rubio, Y. L., J. L. Gualdrón Duarte, R. O. Bates, C. W. Ernst, D. Nonneman, G. A. Rohrer, D. A. King, S. D. Shackelford, T. L. Wheeler, R. J. C. Cantet, and J. P. Steibel. 2015. Implementing meta-analysis from genome-wide association studies for pork quality traits1. J. Anim. Sci. 93:5607-5617. doi:10.2527/jas.2015-9502
  • Caccia, F., Kitzberger, T. y Chaneton, E.J. 2015. Episodic bamboo die-off, neighbourhood interactions, and tree seedling performance in a Patagonian mixed forest. Journal of Ecology 103:231-242
  • Calvo, G., Candan, A.P., Civello, M., Giné-Bordonaba, J., Larrigaudière, C. 2015. An insight into the role of fruit maturity at harvest on superficial scald development in ‘Beurré d’Anjou’ pear. Scientia Horticulturae 192, 173 -179. (Capítulo 2 de la tesis)
  • Chiuffo, M. C., A. S. MacDougall y J. L. Hierro. 2015. Native and non-native ruderals experience similar plant-soil feedbacks and neighbor effects in a system where they coexist. Oecologia 179: 843-852.
  • Cipriotti, P.A. y Aguiar, M. 2015. Is the balance between competition and facilitation a driver of the patch dynamics in arid vegetation mosaics? Oikos 124(2):139-149
  • Corrales, J. D., Munilla, S. y Cantet, R. J. C. 2015. Polynomial order selection in random regression models via penalizing adaptively the likelihood (PAL). Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 132: 281–288.
  • Cosentino, V.R.N., Brutti, L.N., Civeira G. y Taboada, M.A. 2015. Aporte de la fijación biológica de nitrógeno a la emission de N2O desde el Suelo con cultivo de soja. Ciencia del suelo, 33(2): 313-321.
  • de San Celedonio, R.P., Abeledo, L.G., Brihet, J.M, Miralles, D.J. 2015. Waterlogging Affects Leaf and Tillering Dynamics in Wheat and Barley. J Agron Crop Sci (in press) doi:10.1111/jac.12151
  • Di Bella, C.E., Rodrìjuez, A.M., Jacobo, E., Golluscio, R.A. y Taboada, M.A. 2015. Impact of cattle grazing on temperate coastal salt marsh soils. Soil Use and Management 31 (2): 299-307.
  • Druille, M., Cabello, M., García Parisi, P.A., Golluscio, R.A., Omacini, M. 2015. Glyphosate vulnerability explains changes in root-symbionts propagules viability in Pampean grasslands. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 202: 48-55.
  • Forneris, N.S., Legarra, A., Vitezica, Z.G., Tsuruta, S, Aguilar, I, Misztal, I, Cantet, RJC. 2015. Quality control of genotypes using heritability estimates of gene content at the marker. Genetics, 199: 675–681; doi: 10.1534/genetics.114.173559
  • García Parisi, P.A., Lattanzi, F.A., Grimoldi, A.A., Omacini, M. 2015. Multi-symbiotic systems: functional implications of the coexistence of grass–endophyte and legume–rhizobia symbioses. Oikos 124: 553–560.
  • García, G.A., Dreccer, M.F., Miralles, D.J., Serrago, R.A., 2015. High night temperatures during grain number determination reduce wheat and barley grain yield: a field study. Global Change Biol. 21, 4153-4164.
  • Kippes N, Debernardi JM, Vasquez-Gross HA, Akpinar BA, Budak H, Kato K, Chao S, Akhunov E, Dubcovsky J. Identification of the VERNALIZATION 4 gene reveals the origin of spring growth habit in ancient wheats from South Asia.
  • Landesmann, J.B., Gowda, J.H., Garibaldi, L.A., Kitzberger, T. 2015. Survival, growth and vulnerability to drought in fire refuges: implications for the persistence of a fire-sensitive conifer in northern Patagonia. Oecologia. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-015-3431-2.
  • Machado-Assefh CR, Lopez-Isasmendi G, Tjallingii WF, Jander G, Alvarez AE. 2015. Disrupting Buchnera aphidicola, the endosymbiotic bacteria of Myzus persicae, delays host plant acceptance. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9 (5):529-541
  • Mazzilli, S.R., Kemanian, A.R., Ernst, O.R., Jackson, R.B., Piñeiro, G. 2015. Greater humification of belowground than aboveground biomass carbon into particulate soil organic matter in no-till corn and soybean crops. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 85:22-30.
  • Munilla, S. y Cantet, R. J. C. 2015. Estimation of the environmental dam-offspring correlation in beef cattle. Journal of Animal Science 93: 2669-2677.
  • Nasca, J.A., Feldkamp, C.R., Arroquy, J.I., Colombatto, D., 2015. Efficiency and stability in subtropical beef cattle grazing systems in the northwest of Argentina. Agricultural Systems 133, 85–96.
  • Nico, M., Maltese, Al. y Kantolic, A.G. 2015. Soybean fruit development and set at the node level under combined photoperiod and radiation conditions. Journal of Experimental Botany 67: 365–377Stumpf, L., & Greco, L. S. L.2015. Compensatory Growth in Juveniles of Freshwater Redclaw Crayfish Cherax quadricarinatus Reared at Three Different Temperatures: Hyperphagia and Food Efficiency as Primary Mechanisms. PloS one, 10(9), e0139372.
  • Nico, M., Miralles, D.J. y Kantolic, A.G. 2015. Post-flowering photoperiod and radiation interaction in soybean yield determination: Direct and indirect photoperiodic effects. Field Crops Research 176:45-55
  • *Kippes N, Debernardi J.M., Vasquez-Gross H.A., Akpinar B.A., Hikment Budak, Kenji Kato, Shiaoman Chao, Eduard Akhunov, Jorge Dubcovskya,. Identification of the VERNALIZATION 4 gene reveals the origin of spring growth habit in ancient wheats from South Asia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Sep 29;112(39):E5401-10. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1514883112.
  • Suárez, M. J., Munilla, S. y Cantet, R. J. C. 2015. Accounting for unknown foster dams in the genetic evaluation of embryo transfer progeny. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 132: 21–29.
  • Tognetti, P.M. y Chaneton, E.J. 2015. Community disassembly and invasion of remnant native grasslands under fluctuating resource supply. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:119-128
  • Volante, J. N., y Paruelo, J. M. 2015. Is forest or Ecological Transition taking place? Evidence for the Semiarid Chaco in Argentina. Journal of Arid Environments, 123, 21-30. www.researchgate.net/profile/Jose_Volante/publication/275961546_Is_Forest_or_Ecological_Transition_taking_place_Evidence_for_the_Semiarid_Chaco_in_Argentina/links/554ba9bf0cf29f836c97ef42.pdf

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