Pablo Burraco
Pablo Burraco
PhD - IBAHCM, University of Glasgow
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Preservation of RNA and DNA from mammal samples under field conditions
M Camacho‐Sanchez, P Burraco, I Gomez‐Mestre, JA Leonard
Molecular Ecology Resources 13 (4), 663-673, 2013
Comparisons between QST and FST—how wrong have we been?
PIM Edelaar, P Burraco, I Gomez‐Mestre
Molecular Ecology 20 (23), 4830-4839, 2011
Different effects of accelerated development and enhanced growth on oxidative stress and telomere shortening in amphibian larvae
P Burraco, C Díaz-Paniagua, I Gomez-Mestre
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Physiological stress responses in amphibian larvae to multiple stressors reveal marked anthropogenic effects even below lethal levels
P Burraco, I Gomez-Mestre
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 89 (6), 462-472, 2016
Low levels of chemical anthropogenic pollution may threaten amphibians by impairing predator recognition
N Polo-Cavia, P Burraco, I Gomez-Mestre
Aquatic Toxicology 172, 30-35, 2016
Predator-induced physiological responses in tadpoles challenged with herbicide pollution
P Burraco, LJ Duarte, I Gomez-Mestre
Current Zoology 59 (4), 475-484, 2013
Metabolic costs of altered growth trajectories across life transitions in amphibians
P Burraco, AE Valdés, G Orizaola
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (3), 855-866, 2020
Climate change and ageing in ectotherms
P Burraco, G Orizaola, P Monaghan, NB Metcalfe
Global Change Biology 26 (10), 5371-5381, 2020
Physiological mechanisms of adaptive developmental plasticity in Rana temporaria island populations
P Burraco, AE Valdés, F Johansson, I Gomez-Mestre
BMC evolutionary biology 17 (1), 164, 2017
Comparing techniques for measuring corticosterone in tadpoles
P Burraco, R Arribas, SS Kulkarni, DR Buchholz, I Gomez-Mestre
Current Zoology 61 (5), 835-845, 2015
Eucalypt leaf litter impairs growth and development of amphibian larvae, inhibits their antipredator responses and alters their physiology
P Burraco, M Iglesias-Carrasco, C Cabido, I Gomez-Mestre
Conservation physiology 6 (1), coy066, 2018
Validated flow cytometry allows rapid quantitative assessment of immune responses in amphibians
P Burraco, F Miranda, A Bertó, LA Vazquez, I Gomez-Mestre
Amphibia-Reptilia, 2017
Opposite and synergistic physiological responses to water acidity and predator cues in spadefoot toad tadpoles
M Florencio, P Burraco, MÁ Rendón, C Díaz-Paniagua, I Gomez-Mestre
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2020
Limits to compensatory responses to altered phenology in amphibian larvae
P Burraco, A Laurila, G Orizaola
Oikos 130 (2), 231-239, 2021
Telomere length mirrors age structure along a 2200-m altitudinal gradient in a Mediterranean lizard
P Burraco, M Comas, S Reguera, FJ Zamora-Camacho, G Moreno-Rueda
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2020
Telomeres in a spatial context: A tool for understanding ageing pattern variation in wild populations
P Burraco, PM Lucas, P Salmón
Ecography 2022 (6), e05565, 2022
Lack of impact of radiation on blood physiology biomarkers of Chernobyl tree frogs
P Burraco, JM Bonzom, C Car, K Beaugelin-Seiller, S Gashchak, ...
Frontiers in Zoology 18 (1), 1-10, 2021
Assessment of exposure to ionizing radiation in Chernobyl tree frogs (Hyla orientalis)
P Burraco, C Car, JM Bonzom, G Orizaola
Scientific Reports, 2021
Impact of ionizing radiation on the environmental microbiomes of Chernobyl wetlands
E Videvall, P Burraco, G Orizaola
bioRxiv, 2022
Maintenance of phenotypic plasticity is linked to oxidative stress in spadefoot toad larvae
P Burraco, MA Rendón, C Díaz‐Paniagua, I Gomez‐Mestre
Oikos 2022 (5), e09078, 2022
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