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2020

Cooke, S J; Madliger, C L; Cramp, R L; Beardall, J; Burness, G P; Chown, S L; Clark, T D; Dantzer, B; de la Barrera, E; Fangue, N A; Franklin, C F; Fuller, A; Hawkes, L A; Hultine, K R; Hunt, K E; Love, O P; MacMillan, H A; Mandelman, J W; Mark, F C; Martin, L B; Newmann, A E M; Nicotra, A B; Robinson, S A; Ropert-Courdet, Y; Rummer, J L; Seebacher, F; Todgham, A E

Reframing conservation physiology to be more inclusive, integrative, relevant and forward-looking: reflections and a horizon scan Journal Article

Conservation Physiology, 8 (1), pp. coaa016, 2020.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: conservation physiology, ecophysiology, evidence, horizon scan, sustainability, sustainable development goals

2016

Díaz-Álvarez, E A; Reyes-García, C; de la Barrera, E

A δ15N assessment of nitrogen deposition for the endangered epiphytic orchid Laelia speciosa from a city and an oak forest in Mexico Journal Article

Journal of Plant Research, 129 , pp. 863–872, 2016.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: conservation physiology, global change, moss, Neo-volcanic axis, nitrogen, orchid, pollution, stable isotopes, urban ecology

2015

Gudiño, W; Ávila-Díaz, I; Oyama, K; de la Barrera, E

High-temperature tolerance by the endangered Mexican orchid Laelia speciosa Journal Article

Tropical Conservation Science, 8 (4), pp. 983-991, 2015.

Links | BibTeX | Tags: assisted migration, climate change, conservation physiology, ecological niche, global warming, Laelia, orchid, temperature, tissue culture

Díaz-Álvarez, E A; Lindig-Cisneros, R; de la Barrera, E

Responses to simulated nitrogen deposition by the neotropical epiphytic orchid Laelia speciosa Journal Article

PeerJ, 3 , pp. e1021, 2015.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: acid rain, biodiversity, CAM, conservation physiology, d15N, global change, Laelia, neotropical, nitrogen, orchid, plant nutrition, pollution, stable isotopes

2013

Soto-Correa, J C; Sáenz-Romero, C; Lindig-Cisneros, R; de la Barrera, E

The neotropical shrub Lupinus elegans, from temperate forests, may not adapt to climate change Journal Article

Plant Biology, 15 (3), pp. 607-610, 2013.

Links | BibTeX | Tags: acclimation, climate change, conservation physiology, global warming, LT50, Lupinus, shrub, temperate forest, temperature, tolerance, understory