María Gabriela Nazaro

María Gabriela Nazaro
National University of Tucuman | UNT · Instituto de Ecología Regional (IER)

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To evaluate the structure of bird communities throughout the South American Gran Chaco determining the effects of climate, geography and land use/land cover in bird beta diversity, as well as to understand the beta diversity processes underlying land use changes across broad spatial ranges. South American Gran Chaco. Birds. We constructed a site‐by...
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The typical generalist diet of most seed dispersers opens a window of opportunity to the invasion of alien plants. Fleshy-fruits show a diverse combination of traits that allow them to interact with seed dispersers. The outcome of the new relationships established between alien plant species and native fruit-eating animals depends both on attribute...
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In most dietary studies of fruit-eating birds, sampling methods consist of direct observations of foraging and fecal sample analyses, and the consumption of resource types is measured as the percent of occurrence in diet samples, or as counts (frequency) of ingested items. Since these measures are usually biased towards the overestimation of small...
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Una de las medidas de mitigación del cambio climático más fomentadas es el secuestro de carbono por vegetación. Esto depende de la velocidad de captación y transformación del carbono en biomasa, velocidad de liberación a través de la respiración y estabilidad del stock ante disturbios. La diversidad forestal influye sobre estos factores, cuya efici...
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“Morphology and anatomy of Cheilanthes pilosa Goldman”. Lilloa 48 (1). Anatomy and morphology of Cheilanthes pilosa (Pteridaceae). Instituto de Morfología Vegetal. Fundación Miguel Lillo. Miguel Lillo 251. Cheilantes pilosa Goldm. is a cheilanthoid fern that can be found from Perú to Argentina. It grows on rocky ledges, cliffs, canyon walls, in roc...

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