Dra. Andrea LoayzaResearch Line: Advanced Biodiversity knowledge
Doctora en Biología de University of Missouri – St. Louis. Profesor Asociado de la Universidad de La Serena.
Recent Scientific Papers
Anachronic Fruit Traits and Natural History Suggest Extinct Megafauna Herbivores as the Dispersers of an Endangered Tree
Predators and dispersers: Context-dependent outcomes of the interactions between rodents and a megafaunal fruit plant
Management Policies for Invasive Alien Species: Addressing the Impacts Rather than the Species
Different responses of leaf and root traits to changes in soil nutrient availability do not converge into a community-level plant economics spectrum
A hyper arid environment shapes an inverse pattern of the fast-slow plant economics spectrum for above-, but not belowground resource acquisition strategies
Are pulp consumers effective seed dispersers? Tests with a large-seeded tropical relict tree
A hyper arid environment shapes an inverse pattern of the fast-slow plant economics spectrum for above-, but not belowground resource acquisition strategies.