Sergio Roiloa
Sergio Roiloa
Associate Professor. Unit of Ecology. University of A Coruña
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Greater capacity for division of labour in clones of Fragaria chiloensis from patchier habitats
SR Roiloa, P Alpert, N Tharayil, G Hancock, PC Bhowmik
Journal of Ecology 95 (3), 397-405, 2007
Gender, light and water effects in carbon isotope discrimination, and growth rates in the dioecious tree Ilex aquifolium
R Retuerto, BF Lema, SR Roiloa, JR Obeso
Functional Ecology 14 (5), 529-537, 2000
Increased photosynthetic performance in holly trees infested by scale insects
R Retuerto, B Fernández‐Lema, Rodriguez-Roiloa, JR Obeso
Functional Ecology 18 (5), 664-669, 2004
Physiological integration increases the survival and growth of the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis
SR Roiloa, S Rodríguez-Echeverría, E de la Pena, H Freitas
Biological Invasions 12 (6), 1815-1823, 2010
Small-scale heterogeneity in soil quality influences photosynthetic efficiency and habitat selection in a clonal plant
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto
Annals of Botany 98 (5), 1043-1052, 2006
Physiological integration ameliorates effects of serpentine soils in the clonal herb Fragaria vesca
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto
Physiologia Plantarum 128 (4), 662-676, 2006
Responses of the clonal Fragaria vesca to microtopographic heterogeneity under different water and light conditions
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto
Environmental and Experimental Botany 61 (1), 1-9, 2007
Plant-soil feedback as a mechanism of invasion by Carpobrotus edulis
E de la Pena, N De Clercq, D Bonte, S Roiloa, S Rodríguez-Echeverría, ...
Biological Invasions 12 (10), 3637-3648, 2010
The effect of soil legacy on competition and invasion by Acacia dealbata Link
S Rodríguez-Echeverría, C Afonso, M Correia, P Lorenzo, SR Roiloa
Plant Ecology 214 (9), 1139-1146, 2013
Physiological integration modifies δ15N in the clonal plant Fragaria vesca, suggesting preferential transport of nitrogen to water-stressed offspring
SR Roiloa, B Antelo, R Retuerto
Annals of Botany 114, 399-411, 2014
Developmentally-programmed division of labour in the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis
SR Roiloa, S Rodríguez-Echeverría, H Freitas, R Retuerto
Biological Invasions 15 (9), 1895-1905, 2013
Presence of Developing Ramets of Fragaria vesca L. Increases Photochemical Efficiency in Parent Ramets
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto
International Journal of Plant Sciences 166 (5), 795-803, 2005
Clonal integration in Fragaria vesca growing in metal-polluted soils: parents face penalties for establishing their offspring in unsuitable environments
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto
Ecological Research 27 (1), 95-106, 2012
Monographs of invasive plants in Europe: Carpobrotus
JG Campoy, ATR Acosta, L Affre, R Barreiro, G Brundu, E Buisson, ...
Botany Letters 165 (3-4), 440–475, 2018
Adaptive plasticity to heterogeneous environments increases capacity for division of labor in the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis (Aizoaceae)
SR Roiloa, S Rodriguez-Echeverria, A Lopez-Otero, R Retuerto, H Freitas
American Journal of Botany 101 (8), 1301-1308, 2014
Development, photosynthetic activity and habitat selection of the clonal plant Fragaria vesca growing in copper-polluted soil
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto
Functional Plant Biology 33 (10), 961-971, 2006
Division of labour brings greater benefits to clones of Carpobrotus edulis in the non-native range: evidence for rapid adaptive evolution
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto, JG Campoy, A Novoa, R Barreiro
Frontiers in Plant Science 7: 349, 2016
The effects of physiological integration on biomass partitioning in plant modules: an experimental study with the stoloniferous herb Glechoma hederacea
SR Roiloa, MJ Hutchings
Plant Ecology 214 (4), 521-530, 2013
Clonal integration facilitates the colonization of drought environments by plant invaders
Y Lechuga-Lago, M Sixto-Ruiz, SR Roiloa, L González
AoB Plants, plw023 (doi:10.1093/aobpla/plw023), 2016
Effect of physiological integration in self/non-self genotype recognition on the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis
SR Roiloa, S Rodríguez-Echeverría, H Freitas
Journal of Plant Ecology 7 (4), 413-418, 2014
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