Ana Laura Chiapero

Ana Laura Chiapero
National University of Cordoba, Argentina | UNC · Institute for Multidisciplinary Plant Biology (IMBIV)

PhD

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Nowadays the arid Chaco in central Argentina presents gradients of woody vegetation cover with a variety of management regimes with different environmental impacts. Here, we compare the relative effects of the two most widespread management systems in the region: silvopastoral and peasant managements. Soil properties, plant species richness, compos...
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Nowadays the arid Chaco of Córdoba presents gradients of different woody vegetation cover with a variety of management regimes with different environmental impacts. In this study we compared the relative environmental impact of two widespread types of land management systems in the region: silvopastoral and peasant management. Soil quality, plant s...
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Introducción y objetivos: La introducción de plantas exóticas para uso ornamental representa un riesgo de invasión para los ecosistemas. Cenchrus advena, C. longisetus y C. setaceus son gramíneas introducidas como ornamentales y altamente cultivadas en el centro-norte de Argentina, aunque se desconoce su estado en el proceso de invasión. En este tr...
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Most of the earth's surface has been transformed by man into urbanized and cultivated areas, decreasing and fragmenting the remaining natural habitats. These changes result in decreased plant population sizes and increased isolation among remaining populations. Because dioecious plant species have male and female flowers in different individuals, t...
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Passiflora has nearly 525 spp. with x = 9 or 6. A cytogenetic study of four species from subgenus Passiflora that grow in Argentina was performed. Giemsa technique, fluorescent chromosome banding CMA/DAPI and FISH (probe 18-5,8-26S and 5S) were used in mitotic chromosomes. P. caerulea, P. tucumanensis and P. cincinnata resulted diploid (2n = 18) wh...
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Passifora has nearly 525 spp. with x = 9 or 6. A cytogenetic study of four species from subgenus Passifora that grow in Argentina was performed. Giemsa technique, fuorescent chromosome banding CMA/DAPI and FISH (probe 18-5,8-26S and 5S) were used in mitotic chromosomes. P. caerulea, P. tucumanensis and P. cincinnata resulted diploid (2n = 18) while...

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