Brandon Eduardo Gutiérrez Rodríguez

Brandon Eduardo Gutiérrez Rodríguez
Institute of Ecology INECOL | INECOL · Biología Evolutiva

Master of Science

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Education
September 2019 - August 2021
Institute of Ecology INECOL
Field of study
  • Áreas de endemismo y su historia ecológico-evolutiva: Las Orchidaceae de Megaméxico
August 2013 - May 2018
University of Guadalajara
Field of study
  • Riqueza, distribución geográfica, distribución potencial, endemismo y conservación del género Bletia (Orchidaceae)

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Publications (10)
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Objective: To describe the pollination syndromes of the orchids of Megamexico and the importance of the interactions between the orchids and their respective pollinators for the conservation of both groups. Design/Methodology/Approach: An exhaustive search was carried out on the pollinators of each of the orchids that grow in Megamexico. With the i...
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Diverse tools and approaches are currently utilized to propose conservation strategies for ecosystems, areas and individual taxa. Here, ecological niche-based modeling, identification of areas of endemism, and diverse methods to determine conservation status are carried out to detect endangered species in Selenicereus. This genus in the Cactaceae h...
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Objective: To describe the threats to forests and the repercussions that these imply for the maintenance and conservation of orchids in their natural habitat. Design/Methodology/Approach: A comprehensive reference search on orchids and their habitats was performed. The physiological and morphological characteristics of orchids in Megamexico are des...
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Orchid diversity provides a unique opportunity to further our understanding of biotic and abiotic factors linked to patterns of richness, endemism, and phylogenetic endemism in many regions. However, orchid diversity is consistently threatened by illegal trade and habitat transformation. Here, we identified areas critical for orchid conservation in...
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Climbing cacti with edible fruits have been proposed as new dryland fruit crops because their high water-use efficiency reduces water requirement. One lineage of climbers in the cactus family, the Hylocereus group of Selenicereus , includes several species that produce edible fruits and is currently cultivated around the world. Fruits are known as...
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Resumen Hylocereus ocamponis es un miembro del género Hylocereus, conocido por sus frutos comestibles que reciben nombres tales como pitaya, pitahaya o frutos del dragón. Esta especie tiene una distribución silvestre en la vertiente del Pacífico en México, desde Sonora hasta el norte de Guatemala y la cual no se cultiva ampliamente en comparación c...
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La familia Orchidaceae agrupa a 30,000 especies y su distribución es cosmopolita pero con un gran número de especies en los trópicos. En México, crecen 1,200 especies agrupadas en 164 géneros. Bletia es un género americano que agrupa hierbas perennes y terrestres. Crecen en el pastizal y sotobosque del bosque tropical caducifolio, bosque de Quercus...

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