Ignacio Ramos-Gutiérrez

Ignacio Ramos-Gutiérrez
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | UAM · Department of Biology

PhD Student

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April 2019 - March 2021
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
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  • Research Assistant

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The preference of certain plant species for gypsum soils leads to disjunct population structures that are thought to generate island-like dynamics potentially influencing biogeographic patterns at multiple evolutionary scales. Here, we study the evolutionary and biogeographic history of Nepeta hispanica, a western Mediterranean plant associated wit...
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The increasing availability of molecular information has lifted our understanding of species evolutionary relationships to unprecedent levels. However, current estimates of the world’s biodiversity suggest that about a fifth of all extant species are yet to be described, and we still lack molecular information for many of the known species. Hence,...
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Con objeto de fomentar el interés por la botánica, surgió la idea de organizar el I Biomaratón de Flora Española: un evento de ciencia ciudadana en el que personas de todo el país salieron a fotografiar el mayor número posible de plantas. Se realizó utilizando la plataforma de ciencia ciudadana iNaturalist, y se vertebró por medio de coordinadores...
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Motivation We accessed published and unpublished floristic sources to compile a comprehensive species list of the Iberian–Balearic terrestrial vascular flora and generate AFLIBER, an accurate floristic database of georeferenced plant occurrence records. Main type of variable contained Species distribution data totalling 1,824,549 plant occurrence...
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Climate change is a major driver of biodiversity decline with pervasive effects in biodiversity hotspots, where many endemic and threatened species thrive. However, the biological drivers of extinction susceptibility remain largely elusive, which hampers the implementation of effective conservation policies. Here, we advocate for the use of phyloge...
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The increase of the localities of Himantoglossum robertianum in the Community of Madrid region in the last years is studied. We have visited the new discovered populations and characterized their habitats, finding little agreement with the basophilic preferences attributed to the orchid. A model of potential distribution of the taxon has been elabo...
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El diagnóstico del estado de las especies protegidas requiere de la disposición de un conjunto de datos poblacionales adaptados según la abundancia y la forma de vida de la planta. En la Comunidad de Madrid Narcissus pseudonarcissus subsp. portensis (Pugsley) A. Fern. está declarado En Peligro de Extinción desde 1992 (con el nombre de Narcissus pse...

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