Firma en Digital.CSIC (*):
Martín Rueda, José
 
Centro o Instituto:
CSIC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
 
Departamento:
Ecología Evolutiva
 
Categoría Profesional:
Profesor de investigación del CSIC
 
Especialización:
In recent years we have studied the evolution, function and maintenance of signaling systems, with special emphasis on the role of visual and chemical sexual signals in reproduction and sexual selection processes of reptiles (lizards, anphisbaenians and turtles) and their relevance in speciation processes. Our work deals with the analysis of the characteristics of visual and chemical signals, the ability to discriminate these signals, behavioral responses and their consequences, but also with the analysis of the function of signals, the evolutionary mechanisms that maintain them and the ecological factors that condition them. Moreover, we work on the effects of global change and the degree of conservation of ecosystems on the "health" of the populations of amphibians and reptiles, both at the physiological level (parasites, body condition, immune system), and with relation to behavioral patterns (antipredatory strategies, habitat selection, thermoregulation) and efficacy of sexual signals. We also study the impact of invasive species of reptiles on the native fauna and the behavioral responses of these.
 
 
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Email:
jose.martin@mncn.csic.es
 

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1closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgSep-2016Absence of haemoparasite infection in the fossorial amphisbaenian Trogonophis wiegmanniMartín Rueda, José  ; Garrido, Mario; Ortega, Jesús; García-Roa, Roberto; Ibáñez, Alejandro; Marzal, Alfonsoartículo
2openAccessAlteration_effects_ornamental_whitewashing_OA_(2017).pdf.jpg31-Aug-2017Alteration effects of ornamental whitewashing of rocks on the soil properties and body condition of fossorial amphisbaenians that live under themMartín Rueda, José  ; Gutiérrez González, Eduardo ; García, Luis V.  artículo
3openAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg18-Dec-2014Altitudinally divergent adult phenotypes in Iberian wall lizards are not driven by egg differences or hatchling growth ratesOrtega, Jesús; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
4closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgApr-2015Basking Activity is Modulated by Health State but is Constrained by Conspicuousness to Predators in Male Spanish TerrapinsIbáñez Ricomá, Alejandro; Marzal, Alfonso; González-Blázquez, Manuel; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
5openAccessBlood-parasite infection intensity covaries with risk-taking personality in male Carpetan rock lizards.pdf.jpg2016Blood Parasite Infection Intensity Covaries with Risk-Taking Personality in Male Carpetan Rock Lizards (Iberolacerta cyreni)Horváth, Gergely; Martín Rueda, José  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Garamszegi, László Z. ; Bertók, Péter; Herczeg, Gáborartículo
6openAccessJArid Env127 192-198 (2016) POSTPRINT.pdf.jpgApr-2016Chemical signals in desert lizards: Are femoral gland secretions of male and female spiny-tailed lizards, Uromastyx aegyptia microlepis adapted to arid conditions?Martín Rueda, José  ; Castilla, Aurora M. ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Al-Jaidah, Mohammed; Al-Mohannadim, Salman F.; Al-Hemaidi, Ahmad Amer Mohdartículo
7closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg13-Sep-2014Chemosensory assessment of rival body size is based on chemosignal concentration in male Spanish terrapinsIbáñez Ricomá, Alejandro; Marzal, Alfonso; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
8openAccess2001Chemosensory recognition of familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics by lizards: implications of field spatial relationships between males.Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
9closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2010Chemosensory species recognition may reduce the frequency of hybridization between native and introduced lizardsGabirot, Marianne ; Castilla, Aurora M. ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
10openAccessBAHE26(1)_[240]_04_HNat03.pdf.jpg2015Coloración atípica en una hembra de Iberolacerta cyreni en la Sierra de Guadarrama (Madrid)García-Roa, Roberto; Ortega, Jesús; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
11openAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg18-Jun-2014Condition-dependent chemosignals in reproductive behavior of lizardsMartín Rueda, José  ; López Martínez, Pilar  artículo
12openAccess2000Conspecific chemical cues influence pond selection of male newts Triturus boscaiAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
13openAccess2001Conspecific chemical cues influence settlement and retreat site selection in male lizards Lacerta monticolaAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
14openAccessDonana Acta Vertebr 1991Alvarez.pdf.jpg1991Desarrollo larvario de la rana común (Rana perezi) (Anura: Ranidae) en charcas temporales del noroeste de la Península IbéricaÁlvarez, J.; Salvador Milla, Alfredo  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
15closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg1991Diet selection by the amphisbaenian Blanus cinereusLópez Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  ; Salvador Milla, Alfredo  artículo
16openAccessSc Rep 7 6073 (2017).pdf.jpg20-Jul-2017Dietary constraints can preclude the expression of an honest chemical sexual signalGarcía-Roa, Roberto; Sáiz, Jorge; Gómara, B. ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
17openAccess698520-2.pdf J.pdf.jpg2012Differences in chemical sexual signals may promote reproductive isolation and cryptic speciation between Iberian wall lizard populationsGabirot, Marianne ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
18closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgOct-2016Differences in males’ chemical signals between genetic lineages of the lizard Psammodromus algirus promote male intrasexual recognition and aggression but not female mate preferencesMartín Rueda, José  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Iraeta, Pablo; Díaz, José A.; Salvador Milla, Alfredo  artículo
19openAccess2003Differential avoidance responses to chemical cues from familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics by male Iberian rock lizards (Lacerta monticola).Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
20openAccess2001Discrimination of conspecifics familiar and unfamiliar femoral gland secretions in Lacerta monticola cyreni males (Sauria: Lacertidae).Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo