Luis Matías
Luis Matías
Dpt. of Plant Biology and Ecology. Universidad de Sevilla
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Oak seedling survival and growth along resource gradients in Mediterranean forests: implications for regeneration in current and future environmental scenarios
L Gómez‐Aparicio, IM Pérez‐Ramos, I Mendoza, L Matias, JL Quero, ...
Oikos 117 (11), 1683-1699, 2008
1532008
Interactions between growth, demography and biotic interactions in determining species range limits in a warming world: The case of Pinus sylvestris
L Matías, AS Jump
Forest Ecology and Management 282, 10-22, 2012
1112012
Recruitment limitation of forest communities in a degraded Mediterranean landscape
I Mendoza, L Gómez‐Aparicio, R Zamora, L Matías
Journal of Vegetation Science 20 (2), 367-376, 2009
892009
Seed dispersal patterns by large frugivorous mammals in a degraded mosaic landscape
L Matías, R Zamora, I Mendoza, JA Hódar
Restoration Ecology 18 (5), 619-627, 2010
832010
Soil‐nutrient availability under a global‐change scenario in a Mediterranean mountain ecosystem
L Matias, J Castro, R Zamora
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1646-1657, 2011
812011
Positive adjacency effects mediated by seed disperser birds in pine plantations
R Zamora, JA Hódar, L Matías, I Mendoza
Ecological Applications 20 (4), 1053-1060, 2010
602010
Sporadic rainy events are more critical than increasing of drought intensity for woody species recruitment in a Mediterranean community
L Matías, R Zamora, J Castro
Oecologia 169 (3), 833-844, 2012
57*2012
Impacts of predicted climate change on recruitment at the geographical limits of Scots pine
L Matías, AS Jump
Journal of experimental botany 65 (1), 299-310, 2014
452014
Asymmetric changes of growth and reproductive investment herald altitudinal and latitudinal range shifts of two woody species
L Matías, AS Jump
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 882-896, 2015
442015
Evidence for plant traits driving specific drought resistance. A community field experiment
L Matías, JL Quero, R Zamora, J Castro
Environmental and Experimental Botany 81, 55-61, 2012
362012
Repercussions of simulated climate change on the diversity of woody-recruit bank in a Mediterranean-type ecosystem
L Matías, R Zamora, J Castro
Ecosystems 14 (4), 672-682, 2011
362011
Effect of simulated climate change on soil respiration in a Mediterranean-type ecosystem: rainfall and habitat type are more important than temperature or the soil carbon pool
L Matías, J Castro, R Zamora
Ecosystems 15 (2), 299-310, 2012
352012
Effects of resource availability on plant recruitment at the community level in a Mediterranean mountain ecosystem
L Matías, L Gómez-Aparicio, R Zamora, J Castro
Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics 13 (4), 277-285, 2011
34*2011
Contrasting growth forecasts across the geographical range of Scots pine due to altitudinal and latitudinal differences in climatic sensitivity
L Matías, JC Linares, Á Sánchez‐Miranda, AS Jump
Global change biology 23 (10), 4106-4116, 2017
322017
Larger investment in roots in southern range-edge populations of Scots pine is associated with increased growth and seedling resistance to extreme drought in response to …
L Matías, P González-Díaz, AS Jump
Environmental and Experimental Botany 105, 32-38, 2014
312014
Consistent pattern of habitat and species selection by post-dispersal seed predators in a Mediterranean mosaic landscape
L Matías, I Mendoza, R Zamora
Plant Ecology 203 (1), 137-147, 2009
302009
Cambios en los límites de distribución de especies arbóreas como consecuencia de las variaciones climáticas
L Matias
Revista Ecosistemas 21 (3), 91-96, 2012
262012
Functional traits and phenotypic plasticity modulate species coexistence across contrasting climatic conditions
IM Pérez-Ramos, L Matías, L Gómez-Aparicio, O Godoy
Nature Communications 10 (2555), 2019
212019
Differential impact of hotter drought on seedling performance of five ecologically distinct pine species
L Matías, J Castro, P Villar-Salvador, JL Quero, AS Jump
Plant Ecology 218 (2), 201-212, 2017
182017
The “isohydric trap”: A proposed feedback between water shortage, stomatal regulation, and nutrient acquisition drives differential growth and survival of European pines under …
D Salazar‐Tortosa, J Castro, P Villar‐Salvador, B Viñegla, L Matías, ...
Global change biology 24 (9), 4069-4083, 2018
172018
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