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openAccessHerrera.et.al.2009.Proc.R.Soc.pdf.jpgMar-2010Inhospitable sweetness: nectar filtering of pollinator-borne inocula leads to impoverished, phylogenetically clustered yeast communitiesHerrera, Carlos M. ; Canto, Azucena ; Pozo, María I. ; Bazaga, Pilar artículo
openAccessAlonso_etal_NPH2019_final.pdf.jpg2019Interspecific variation across angiosperms in global DNA methylation: phylogeny, ecology and plant features in tropical and Mediterranean communitiesAlonso, Conchita ; Medrano, Mónica ; Pérez, Ricardo ; Canto, Azucena ; Parra-Tabla, Víctor ; Herrera, Carlos M. artículo
closedAccess26-Jan-2007Intra-plant Variation in Nectar Sugar Composition in Two Aquilegia Species (Ranunculaceae): Contrasting Patterns under Field and Glasshouse ConditionsCanto, Azucena ; Pérez, Ricardo ; Medrano, Mónica ; Castellanos, María Clara ; Herrera, Carlos M. artículo
openAccessJul-2011Intraplant variation in nectar traits in Helleborus foetidus (Ranunculaceae) as related to floral phase, environmental conditions and pollinator exposureCanto, Azucena ; Herrera, Carlos M. ; García, Isabel M.; Pérez, Ricardo ; Vaz, Mónicaartículo
openAccesscanto.&.herrera.2012.ann.bot.pdf.jpgAug-2012Micro-organisms behind the pollination scenes: microbial imprint on floral nectar sugar variation in a tropical plant communityCanto, Azucena ; Herrera, Carlos M. artículo
openAccesspeerj-3517.pdf.jpg2017Nectar-living yeasts of a tropical host plant community: Diversity and effects on community-wide floral nectar traitsCanto, Azucena ; Herrera, Carlos M. ; Rodríguez, Rosalinaartículo
openAccessMar-2008Pollinators foraging modifies nectar sugar composition in Helleborus foetidus (Ranunculaceae): an experimental test1Canto, Azucena ; Herrera, Carlos M. ; Medrano, Mónica ; Pérez, Ricardo ; García, Isabel M.artículo
openAccessPozo.et.al.2009.Plant.Sign.Behav.pdf.jpgNov-2009Presence of yeasts in floral nectar is consistent with the hypothesis of microbial-mediated signaling in plant-pollinator interactionsPozo, María I. ; Vega, Clara de ; Canto, Azucena ; Herrera, Carlos M. artículo
closedAccess10-Feb-2009Yeasts in floral nectar: a quantitative surveyHerrera, Carlos M. ; Vega, Clara de ; Canto, Azucena ; Pozo, María I. artículo