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1closedAccessMay-2008Temporal shifts from facilitation to competition occur between closely related taxaValiente-Banuet, Alfonso; Verdú, Miguel artículo
2openAccessneighborhood_phylodiversity_plant.pdf.jpgDec-2010Neighborhood phylodiversity affects plant performanceCastillo, Juan Pablo; Verdú, Miguel ; Valiente-Banuet, Alfonsoartículo
3openAccessPhylogenetic relatedness.pdf.jpg7-May-2012Phylogenetic relatedness as a tool in restoration ecology: a meta-analysisVerdú, Miguel ; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena  ; Valiente-Banuet, Alfonsoartículo
4closedAccessNov-2009Phylogenetic signatures of facilitation and competition in successional communitiesVerdú, Miguel ; Rey, Pedro J.; Alcántara, Julio M.; Siles, Gemma; Valiente-Banuet, Alfonsoartículo
5openAccessSep-2011The relative contribution of abundance and phylogeny to the structure of plant facilitation networksVerdú, Miguel ; Valiente-Banuet, Alfonsoartículo
6closedAccessFeb-2004Gender effects on the post-facilitation performance of two dioecious Juniperus speciesVerdú, Miguel ; Villar-Salvador, P.; García-Fayos, P.  artículo
7openAccessTraits_correlate.pdf.jpgAug-2018Traits correlate with invasive success more than plasticity: A comparison of three Centaurea congenersMontesinos, D. ; Callaway, Ragan M.artículo
8closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgJan-2019Evidence for evolution of increased competitive ability for invasive Centaurea solstitialis, but not for naturalized C. calcitrapaMontesinos, D. ; Graebner, R.C.; Callaway, Ragan M.artículo
9closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgApr-2012Invasive species grows faster, competes better, and shows greater evolution toward increased seed size and growth than exotic non-invasive congenersGraebner, R.C.; Callaway, Ragan M.; Montesinos, D. artículo
10openAccessAnnals of Botany 110(7).pdf.jpgNov-2012Trait divergence and indirect interactions allow facilitation of congeneric speciesBeltrán, Elisa; Valiente-Banuet, Alfonso; Verdú, Miguel artículo
11closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgJul-2017Phylogenetic and functional structure of lichen communities under contrasting environmental conditionsPrieto, M.; Martínez, Isabel; Aragón, Gregorio; Verdú, Miguel artículo
12closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgJul-2014Facilitation allows plant coexistence in Cuban serpentine soilsOviedo, R; Faife-Cabrera, M.; Noa-Monzón, A.; Arroyo Marín, Juan; Valiente-Banuet, Alfonso; Verdú, Miguel artículo
13closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg10-Sep-2016Modeling the relative importance of ecological factors in exotic invasion: The origin of competitors matters, but disturbance in the non-native range tips the balanceXiao, Sa; Callaway, Ragan M.; Graebner, R.C.; Hierro, José L.; Montesinos, D. artículo
14closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgSep-2019Colonization resistance and establishment success along gradients of functional and phylogenetic diversity in experimental plant communitiesGalland, Thomas; Adeux, Guillaume; Dvořáková, Hana; E‐Vojtkó, Anna; Orbán, Ildikó; Lussu, Michele; Puy, J.; Blažek, Petr; Lanta, Vojtech; Lepš, J.; Bello, Francesco de ; Carmona, Carlos P.; Valencia, Enrique; Götzenberger, L.artículo
15openAccess13-Jun-2019Perspectives for ecological networks in plant ecologyLosapio, Gianalberto; Montesinos-Navarro, Alicia ; Saiz, Hugoartículo
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