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Firma en Digital.CSIC (*):
Gil, Diego
 
Otras firmas:
Gil Pérez, Diego
 
Centro o Instituto:
CSIC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
 
Departamento:
Ecología Evolutiva
 
Categoría Profesional:
Cientifico Titular del CSIC
 
Especialización:
My research can be framed within the field of behavioural ecology, with a strong emphasis on the physiological mechanisms that are at the base of the adaptive responses of organisms to the environment. My models for this kind of questions are birds, mostly passerines, and apart from the scientific interest they have, I personally enjoy working in the field with them. I have two main lines of research. On the one hand, my first interest was the study of bird song, why it varies so much between individuals and species, what do birds use it for, how is it designed for transmission in the environment, and how it relates to sexual selection and speciation. My second line of research is the study of maternal effects, particularly the effects of hormones that are transmitted from mother to offspring in the eggs, and that have effects in the development and fitness of the birds.
 
Email:
diego.gil@mncn.csic.es
 
 
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1closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2019Age-related patterns of yolk androgen deposition are consistent with adaptive brood reduction in spotless starlingsMuriel, Jaime ; Pérez-Rodríguez, Lorenzo ; Gil, Diego  artículo
2closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg18-Feb-2020Avian biotic homogenization driven by airport-affected environmentsAlquezar, Renata D.; Tolesano-Pascoli, Graziela; Gil, Diego  ; Macedo, Regina H.artículo
3openAccessDec-2000Bibliografía sobre ornitología española y de ambientes mediterráneos aparecida en revistas científicasCopete, José Luis; Arcos, José Manuel; Atienza, Juan Carlos; Forero, Manuela G. ; Gil, Diego  ; Rodríguez, Carlos ; Serrano, David ; Sol, Danielartículo
4closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgMar-2015Birds living near airports advance their dawn chorus and reduce overlap with aircraft noiseGil, Diego  ; Honarmand, Mariam; Pascual, Javier ; Pérez-Mena, Eneider; Macías García, Constantinoartículo
5closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgApr-2021Climate as a possible driver of gall morphology in the chestnut pest Dryocosmus kuriphilus across Spanish invaded areasGil, Diego  ; Cabrero-Sañudo, José Francisco; Polidori, Carlo ; Gómez, José F.; Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.  artículo
6openAccessPerez-Rodriguez et al. 2015 J EvolBiol.pdf.jpg2015Context-dependent effects of yolk androgens on nestling growth and immune function in a multibrooded passerineMuriel, Jaime ; Salmon, Pablo; Nunez-Buiza, Ángel; De Salas, Felipe ; Pérez-Rodríguez, Lorenzo ; Puerta, Marisa; Gil, Diego  artículo
7closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgApr-2021Cooperative breeding and possible multiple paternity in the supposedly monogamous White-crowned Robin-Chat Cossypha albicapillusGil, Diego  ; Balfry, Helen; Graves, Jeff A.; Barlow, Clive R.; Slater, Peter J.B.artículo
8openAccessNieves_Aldrey_Differences_in_native.pdf.jpgJun-2021Differences in native and introduced chalcid parasitoid communities recruited by the invasive chestnut pest Dryocosmus kuriphilus in two Iberian territoriesGil, Diego  ; Cabreo-Sañudo. F.J.; Gómez, J.F.; Askew, R.R.; Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.  artículo
9openAccessDistribution_Gil_Art2018.pdf.jpg2018Distribution and dispersal of the invasive Asian chestnut gall wasp, Dryocosmus kuriphilus (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae), across the heterogeneous landscape of the Iberian peninsulaGil, Diego  ; Gómez, José F.; Cabrero-Sañudo, Francisco José ; Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.  artículo
10openAccessJ Exp Biol 218 2241-2249 (2015).pdf.jpg2015Diverse dose-response effects of yolk androgens on embryo development and nestling growth in a wild passerineMuriel, Jaime ; Pérez-Rodríguez, Lorenzo ; Puerta, Marisa; Gil, Diego  artículo
11openAccessdnabirds.pdf.jpg2020DNA integrity estimated via the comet assay reflects oxidative stress and competitive disadvantage in developing birdsMontoya, Bibiana; Gil, Diego  ; Valverde, Mahara; Rojas, Emilio; Pérez-Rodríguez, Lorenzo artículo
12openAccessNieves_Aldrey_JL_Ecological_niche.pdf.jpg5-Feb-2021Ecological niche modelling of species of the rose gall wasp Diplolepis (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on the Iberian PeninsulaSardón-Gutiérrez, Sara; Gil, Diego  ; Gómez, José F.; Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.  artículo
13openAccessBehavioural_Isaksson_Art2018.pdf.jpgApr-2018Editorial: Behavioural and ecological consequences of urban life in birdsIsaksson, Caroline; Rodewald, Amanda; Gil, Diego  artículo
14closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2020Effects of Forest Fragmentation on Feather Corticosterone Levels in an Amazonian Avian CommunityBicudo, Thiago; Anciães, Marina; Arregui, Lucía ; Gil, Diego  artículo
15openAccessEuropean_Sierro_Art2017.pdf.jpg30-Jun-2017European blackbirds exposed to aircraft noise advance their chorus, modify their song and spend more time singingSierro, Javier; Schloesing, Elodie; Pavón, Ignacio; Gil, Diego  artículo
16closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg30-Aug-2019Experimentally flight-impaired females show higher levels of extra-pair paternity in the pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleucaPlaza, Mario; Cantarero, Alejandro  ; Gil, Diego  ; Moreno Klemming, Juan  artículo
17closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2016Female aggressiveness towards female decoys decreases with mate T level in the pied flycatcherMoreno Klemming, Juan  ; Gil, Diego  ; Cantarero, Alejandro  ; López-Arrabé, Jimena artículo
18openAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg31-Jan-2021Gall size ofDryocosmus kuriphiluslimits down-regulationby native parasitoidsGil, Diego  ; Castedo-Dorado, Fernando; Nieves-Aldrey, J. L.  ; Lombardero, María J.artículo
19closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgMay-2016Great tits, Parus major, increase vigilance time and reduce feeding effort during peaks of aircraft noiseKlett-Mingo, J. Ignacio; Pavón, Ignacio; Gil, Diego  artículo
20closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2019Harsh conditions during early development influence telomere length in an altricial passerine: Links with oxidative stress and corticosteroidsGil, Diego  ; Alfonso‐Iñiguez, Sergio; Pérez-Rodríguez, Lorenzo ; Muriel, Jaime ; Monclús, Raquelartículo