Ismael Galván
Ismael Galván
Ramón y Cajal Researcher, Estación Biológica de Doñana - CSIC, Spain
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Partial least squares regression as an alternative to current regression methods used in ecology
LM Carrascal, I Galván, O Gordo
Oikos 118 (5), 681-690, 2009
4962009
Melanins and melanogenesis: from pigment cells to human health and technological applications
M d'Ischia, K Wakamatsu, F Cicoira, E Di Mauro, JC Garcia‐Borron, ...
Pigment cell & melanoma research 28 (5), 520-544, 2015
2072015
Predator odour recognition and avoidance in a songbird
L Amo, I Galván, G Tomás, JJ Sanz
Functional Ecology 22 (2), 289-293, 2008
1642008
An intracellular antioxidant determines the expression of a melanin-based signal in a bird
I Galván, C Alonso-Alvarez
PLoS One 3 (10), e3335, 2008
1552008
The expression of melanin-based plumage is separately modulated by exogenous oxidative stress and a melanocortin
I Galvan, C Alonso-Alvarez
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1670), 3089-3097, 2009
1292009
Chronic exposure to low‐dose radiation at Chernobyl favours adaptation to oxidative stress in birds
I Galván, A Bonisoli‐Alquati, S Jenkinson, G Ghanem, K Wakamatsu, ...
Functional Ecology 28 (6), 1387-1403, 2014
1102014
Free radical exposure creates paler carotenoid-based ornaments: a possible interaction in the expression of black and red traits
C Alonso-Alvarez, I Galván
PLoS One 6 (4), e19403, 2011
672011
The evolution of eu‐and pheomelanic traits may respond to an economy of pigments related to environmental oxidative stress
I Galvan, F Solano
Pigment cell & melanoma research 22 (3), 339-342, 2009
662009
Feather mites and birds: an interaction mediated by uropygial gland size?
I Galván, E Barba, R Piculo, JL Cantó, V Cortés, JS Monrós, F Atiénzar, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (1), 133-144, 2008
632008
Bird population declines due to radiation exposure at Chernobyl are stronger in species with pheomelanin-based coloration
I Galván, TA Mousseau, AP Møller
Oecologia 165 (4), 827-835, 2011
612011
Feather mite abundance increases with uropygial gland size and plumage yellowness in Great Tits Parus major
I Galvan, JJ Sanz
Ibis 148 (4), 687-697, 2006
612006
Raman spectroscopy as a non‐invasive technique for the quantification of melanins in feathers and hairs
I Galván, A Jorge, K Ito, K Tabuchi, F Solano, K Wakamatsu
Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research 26 (6), 917-923, 2013
602013
Bird integumentary melanins: biosynthesis, forms, function and evolution
I Galván, F Solano
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 17 (4), 520, 2016
592016
Differential effects of vegetation restoration in Mediterranean abandoned cropland by secondary succession and pine plantations on bird assemblages
JM Rey-Benayas, I Galván, LM Carrascal
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (1), 87-95, 2010
512010
The importance of white on black: unmelanized plumage proportion predicts display complexity in birds
I Galván
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63 (2), 303-311, 2008
492008
Feather mites (Acari: Astigmata) and body condition of their avian hosts: a large correlative study
I Galván, E Aguilera, F Atiénzar, E Barba, G Blanco, JL Cantó, V Cortés, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 43 (3), 273-279, 2012
442012
Has removal of excess cysteine led to the evolution of pheomelanin? Pheomelanogenesis as an excretory mechanism for cysteine
I Galván, G Ghanem, AP Møller
BioEssays 34 (7), 565-568, 2012
432012
Different roles of natural and sexual selection on senescence of plumage colour in the barn swallow
I Galván, AP Møller
Functional Ecology 23 (2), 302-309, 2009
432009
Color measurement of the animal integument predicts the content of specific melanin forms
I Galván, K Wakamatsu
RSC advances 6 (82), 79135-79142, 2016
412016
Ultraviolet‐blue reflectance of some nestling plumage patches mediates parental favouritism in great tits Parus major
I Galván, L Amo, JJ Sanz
Journal of Avian Biology 39 (3), 277-282, 2008
402008
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