NameMatías Resina, Luis
DepartmentBiología Vegetal y Ecología
Knowledge areaEcología
Professional categoryProfesor Titular de Universidad
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Consistent geographical gradient of water use efficiency evidences local adaptations to drought across the complete latitudinal distribution of Quercus suber [Dataset]

Morillas Viñuales, Lourdes; Leiva Morales, María José; Gandullo Tovar, Jacinto Manuel; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio Manuel; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús; Matías Resina, Luis (2024)
Conjunto de datos (Metadatos, variables químicas (MDA y prolina), isótopos (d13C, d15N y C/N), variables fisiológicas (A, ...
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Climatic drivers of cork growth depend on site aridity

Camarero, J. Julio; Sánchez-Miranda Moreno, Ángela; Colangelo, Michele; Matías Resina, Luis (Elsevier, 2024)
Cork is one of the main non-timber forest products in the world. Most of its production is concentrated in the Iberian ...
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Evidence for antagonistic effects of climate change and exotic pathogens on regeneration of Mediterranean forests

Homet, Pablo; Matías Resina, Luis; Godoy, Oscar; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena (Wiley, 2024)
Understanding the interactive effects of global change drivers on tree demog-raphy is fundamental for realistic predictions ...
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Latitudinal variation in the functional response of Quercus suber seedlings to extreme drought

Morillas Viñuales, Lourdes; Leiva Morales, María José; Pérez-Ramos, Ignacio Manuel; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús; Matías Resina, Luis (Elsevier, 2023)
Many plant species are being threatened by increasingly drought conditions due to current climate change at planetary ...
Final Degree Project
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Respuesta de los bosques mixtos de Quercíneas a los cambios en el clima.

Borreguero Vázquez, Ismael Joaquín; Matías Resina, Luis (2023)
Recent changes in climate have induced mortality episodes affecting many oak forests worldwide. However, and despite the ...
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Impact of climate change on pasture quality in Mediterranean dehesas subjected to different grazing histories

Hidalgo Gálvez, María Dolores; Matías Resina, Luis; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús; Gutiérrez, Eduardo; Pérez-Ramos, Ignacio Manuel (Springer Nature, 2023)
Background and aims: Forecasted climate change and overgrazing are threatening the sustainability of dehesas, human-managed ...
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Soil Physicochemical Properties Associated with the Yield and Phytochemical Composition of the Edible Halophyte Crithmum Maritimum

Martins Noguerol, Raquel; Matías Resina, Luis; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio M.; Moreira, Xoaquin; Francisco, Marta; Pedroche, Justo; DeAndrés Gil, Cristina; Gutiérrez, Eduardo; Salas, Joaquín J.; Moreno Pérez, Antonio Javier; Davy, Anthony J.; Muñoz Vallés, Sara; Figueroa Clemente, Manuel Enrique; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús (Elsevier, 2023)
There is growing interest in the consumption of halophytes due to their excellent nutritional profile and antioxidant ...
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Short- and Long-term Responses of Nematode Communities to Predicted Rainfall Reduction in Mediterranean Forests

Homet, Pablo; Ourcival, Jean Marc; Gutiérrez, Eduardo; Domínguez Begines, Jara; Matías Resina, Luis; Godoy, Oscar; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena (Elsevier, 2023)
Climate change is a fundamental process affecting terrestrial ecosystems. However, there is relatively little knowledge ...
PhD Thesis
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Efectos de la interacción del cambio climático y los patógenos exóticos sobre las comunidades bióticas y los procesos ecosistémicos de bosques mediterráneos

Homet Gutiérrez, Pablo; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena; Godoy del Olmo, Óscar; Matías Resina, Luis (2022)
Los bosques mediterráneos son conocidos por albergar una elevada biodiversidad además de tener una gran importancia ...
PhD Thesis
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Impacto del cambio global sobre la comunidad de herbáceas y el funcionamiento de ecosistemas agroforestales

Hidalgo Gálvez, María Dolores; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús; Matías Resina, Luis; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio Manuel (2022)
Las dehesas son sistemas agroforestales que cubren extensas áreas de la Península Ibérica y se caracterizan por poseer ...
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Three years of warming and rainfall reduction alter leaf physiology but not relative abundance of an annual species in a Mediterranean savanna

Rodríguez Calcerrada, Jesús; Chano, Víctor; Matías Resina, Luis; Hidalgo Gálvez, María Dolores; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús; Pérez-Ramos, Ignacio Manuel (Elsevier, 2022)
Increasing air temperatures and decreasing rainfall can alter Mediterranean ecosystems, where summer heat and drought ...
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Differences in Nutrient Composition of Sea Fennel (Crithmum maritimum) Grown in Different Habitats and Optimally Controlled Growing Conditions

Martins Noguerol, Raquel; Matías Resina, Luis; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio Manuel; Moreira, Xoaquín; Muñoz Vallés, Sara; Mancilla Leytón, Juan Manuel; Francisco, Marta; García González, Alberto; DeAndrés Gil, Cristina; Martínez Force, Enrique; Millán-Linares, María del Carmen; Pedroche, Justo; Figueroa Clemente, Manuel Enrique; Moreno Pérez, Antonio Javier; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús (Elsevier, 2022)
Crithmum maritimum L. is an edible halophyte with large potential in human nutrition field. However, it is unclear whether ...
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Influence of site conditions and land management on Quercus suber L. population dynamics in the southern Iberian Peninsula

Jurado Doña, Vicente; López Jurado, Javier; González Román, Antonio; Sánchez Salguero, Rául; Matías Resina, Luis; Díaz del Olmo, Fernando (SISEF, 2022)
During recent decades, tree mortality and dieback have been reported in forest ecosystems across global biomes. Although ...
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Effects of Soil Abiotic Factors and Plant Chemical Defences on Seed Predation on Sea Fennel (Crithmum maritimum)

Moreira, Xoaquín; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio M.; Matías Resina, Luis; Francisco, Marta; García González, Alberto; Martins Noguerol, Raquel; Vázquez González, Carla; Abdala Roberts, Luis; Cambrollé Silva, Jesús (Springer Nature, 2021)
Aims: Soil abiotic factors influence plant defensive traits by shaping the costs of defence production and these bottom-up ...
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An excess of niche differences maximizes ecosystem functioning

Godoy, Óscar; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena; Matías Resina, Luis; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio M.; Allan, Eric (Springer Nature, 2020)
Ecologists have long argued that higher functioning in diverse communities arises from the niche differences stabilizing ...
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Shifts in Growth Responses to Climate and Exceeded Drought-Vulnerability Thresholds Characteri

Sánchez Salguero, Raúl; Colangelo, Michele; Matías Resina, Luis; Ripullone, Francesco; Camarero, J. Julio (MDPI, 2020)
Drought stress has induced dieback episodes affecting many forest types and tree species worldwide. However, there is ...
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Growth and resilience responses of Scots pine to extreme droughts across Europe depend on predrought growth conditions

Matías Resina, Luis; Bose, Arun K.; Gessler, Arthur; Bolte, Andreas; Bottero, Alessandra; Buras, Allan; Cailleret, Maxime (Wiley-Blackwell, 2020)
Global climate change is expected to further raise the frequency and severity of extreme events, such as droughts. The ...
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Exploring interactive effects of climate change and exotic pathogens on Quercus suber performance: Damage caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi varies across contrasting scenarios of soil moisture

Homet, Pablo; González, Mario; Matías Resina, Luis; Godoy, Oscar; Pérez Ramos, Ignacio M.; García, Luis V.; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena (Elsevier, 2019)
Climate change and exotic pests and pathogens are causing alarming forest declines worldwide. However, we still lack a ...
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Functional traits and phenotypic plasticity modulate species coexistence across contrasting climatic conditions

Pérez Ramos, Ignacio Manuel; Matías Resina, Luis; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena; Godoy, Oscar (Nature Research, 2019)
Functional traits are expected to modulate plant competitive dynamics. However, how traits and their plasticity in response ...
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Fine Scale Determinants of Soil Litter Fauna on a Mediterranean Mixed Oak Forest Invaded by the Exotic Soil-Borne Pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi

Jiménez Chacón, Alejandro; Homet Gutiérrez, Pablo; Matías Resina, Luis; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena; Godoy, Oscar (MDPI, 2018)
There is growing recognition of the importance of soil fauna for modulating nutrient cycling processes such as litter ...