Ernesto Gianoli
Ernesto GianoliDoctor en Ciencias, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Suecia
Sitio web personal:
Líneas de investigación:

Ecología Funcional y Evolutiva de Plantas

E-mail:
egianoli@udec.cl
Teléfono:
(56)-41-2203418
Fax:
(56)-41-2246005
Casilla:
160-C

Proyectos (últimos 5 años)

  • 2014-2017. “Potential for evolutionary responses to the decrease in the rainfall regime in vascular epiphytes’ functional traits in the temperate forest” . FONDECYT Regular Nº 1140455 , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2014-2017. “The importance of herbivores in the phenotypic expression, fitness, and distribution patterns of tree species across the light gradient in the Valdivian forest” . FONDECYT Regular Nº 1140070. , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2010-2014. “Do climbing plants exhibit greater population differentiation than trees or shrubs?: testing the key innovation hypothesis regarding the climbing habitat at an ecological time scale in the southern temperate rainforest” . FONDECYT Regular Nº 1100585 , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2010-2014. “Red Iberoamericana de Ecología de la Conservación (ECONS).” . Red CYTED 410RT0406 (España-Latinoamérica): , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2010-2014. “Do climbing plants exhibit greater population differentiation than trees or shrubs testing the key innovation hypothesis regarding the climbing habitat at an ecological time scale in the southern temperate rainforest.” . FONDECYT 1100585 , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2008-2009. “Diferenciación poblacional en plasticidad fenotípica de plantas invasoras: comparación de poblaciones oriundas (España) y colonizadoras (Chile).” . CSIC (España) – CONICYT (Chile) 2007-168 , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2007-2010. “Functional ecology of climbing plants in a southern temperate rainforest.” . FONDECYT 1070503 , Ernesto Gianoli.
  • 2006-2007. “Heterogeneidad ambiental en ecosistemas mediterráneos y susceptibilidad de las especies vegetales al aumento de la sequía como consecuencia del cambio climático.” . CSIC (España) – CONICYT (Chile) 2005-165 , Ernesto Gianoli.

Publicaciones (últimos 5 años)

  • Torres-Díaz, C., E. Ruiz, C. Salgado-Luarte, M.A. Molina-Montenegro & E. Gianoli. 2013. “Within-population genetic diversity of climbing plants and trees in a temperate forest in Central Chile” Gayana Botanica 70(1): 36-43.
  • Molina-Montenegro MA, Palma-Rojas C, Alcayaga-Olivares Y, Oses R, Corcuera LJ, Cavieres LA, Gianoli E . 2013. “Ecophysiological plasticity and local differentiation help explain the invasion success of Taraxacum officinale (dandelion) in South America” Ecography 36 (6): 718 – 730
  • Gianoli E. and A. Saldaña. 2013. “Phenotypic selection on leaf functional traits of two congeneric species in a temperate rainforest is consistent with their shade tolerance” Oecologia 173: 13-21
  • Lescano MN, Farji-Brener AG, Gianoli E, Carlo TA.. 2012. “Bottom-up effects may not reach the top: the influence of ant-aphid interactions on the spread of soil disturbances through trophic chains.” Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences 279: 3779-3787
  • Gianoli E, Valladares F.. 2012. “Studying phenotypic plasticity: the advantages of a broad approach.” Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 105:1-7.
  • Torres-Díaz C, Gómez-González S, Torres-Morales P, Gianoli E.. 2012. “Soil disturbance by a native rodent drives microhabitat expansion of an alien plant.” Biological Invasions 14:1211-1220.
  • Salgado-Luarte C, Gianoli E.. 2012. “Herbivores modify selection on plant functional traits in a temperate rainforest understory.” American Naturalist 180:E42-E53.
  • Gianoli E, Saldaña A, Jiménez-Castillo M. . 2012. “Ecophysiological traits may explain the abundance of climbing plant species across the light gradient in a temperate rainforest.” PLoS ONE 7(6): e38831.
  • Valladares F, Saldaña A, Gianoli E. . 2012. “Costs versus risks: architectural changes with changing light quantity and quality in saplings of temperate rainforest trees of different shade tolerance” Austral Ecology 37:35-43.
  • Molina-Montenegro MA, Torres-Díaz C, Carrasco-Urra F, González-Silvestre LA, Gianoli E. . 2012. “Plasticidad fenotípica en dos poblaciones antárticas de Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophyllaceae) bajo un escenario simulado de cambio global” Gayana Botanica 69:152-160.
  • Gianoli E., Saldaña A. & M. Jimenez-Castillo. 2012. “Changes in ecophysiological traits across the light gradient explain the dominance of climbing plant species in a temperate rainforest” PLoS One 7(6): e38831. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0038831
  • Molina-Montenegro MA, Carrasco-Urra F, Rodrigo C, Convey P, Valladares F, Gianoli E. . 2012. “Occurrence of the non-native Bluegrass on the Antarctic mainland and its negative effects on native plants.” Conservation Biology 26: 717-723
  • Gómez-González S, Torres-Díaz C, Gianoli E. . 2011. “The effects of fire-related cues on seed germination and viability of Helenium aromaticum (Hook.) H.L. Bailey (Asteraceae).” Gayana Botanica 68:86-88.
  • Bozinovic F, Rojas JM, Gallardo PA, Palma RE, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Body mass and water economy in the South American olivaceous field-mouse along a latitudinal gradient: Implications for climate change” Journal of Arid Environments 75:411-415.
  • Atala C, Cordero C, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Drought and leaf damage limit the search for support in the climbing plant Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth (Convolvulaceae).” Gayana Botanica 68:207-212.
  • Valladares F., Gianoli E. & A. Saldaña. 2011. “Climbing plants in a temperate rainforest understory: searching for high light or coping with deep shade?” Annals of Botany 108: 231-239
  • Torres-Díaz C, Gómez-González S, Torres-Morales P, Stotz G.C., Paredes B, Pérez-Millaqueo M, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Extremely long-lived stigmas allow extended cross-pollination opportunities in a high Andean plant” PLoS ONE 6(5): e19497.
  • Salgado-Luarte C, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Herbivory may modify functional responses to shade in seedlings of a light-demanding tree species.” Functional Ecology 25:492-499.
  • Gómez-González S, Torres-Díaz C, Bustos-Schindler C, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Anthropogenic fire drives the evolution of seed traits.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 108:18743-18747.
  • Godoy O, Saldaña A, Fuentes N, Valladares F, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Forests are not immune to plant invasions: phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation allow Prunella vulgaris to colonize a temperate evergreen rainforest.” Biological Invasions 13:1615-1625.
  • Palacio-López K, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Invasive plants do not display greater phenotypic plasticity than their native or non-invasive counterparts: a meta-analysis” Oikos 120: 1393-1401
  • Godoy O., Saldaña A., Fuentes N., Valladares F. & E. Gianoli.. 2011. “Forests are not immune to plant invasions: phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation allow Prunella vulgaris to colonize a temperate evergreen rainforest.” Biological Invasions 13: 1615-1625
  • Valladares F, Gianoli E, Saldaña A. . 2011. “Climbing plants in a temperate rainforest understory: searching for high light or coping with deep shade?” Annals of Botany 108: 231-239.
  • Quezada IM, Gianoli E. . 2011. “Crassulacean acid metabolism photosynthesis in Bromeliaceae: an evolutionary key innovation.” Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104:480-486.
  • Quezada IM & Gianoli E.. 2010. “Counteractive biomass allocation responses to drought and damage in the perennial herb Convolvulus demissus” Austral Ecology 35:544-548.
  • Gianoli E., Saldaña A., Jiménez-Castillo M. & F. Valladares. 2010. “Distribution and abundance of vines along the light gradient in a southern temperate rainforest.” Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 66-73
  • Molina-Montenegro MA & Gianoli E. . 2010. “El índice-I, un nuevo estimador del impacto de la productividad científica: los ecólogos de Chile como caso de estudio.” Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 83:219-227.
  • Matesanz S, Gianoli E, Valladares F.. 2010. “Global change and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in plants.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1206:35-55.
  • Molina-Montenegro MA, Atala C & Gianoli E. . 2010. “Phenotypic plasticity and performance of Taraxacum officinale (dandelion) in habitats of contrasting environmental heterogeneity.” Biological Invasions 12:2277-2284.
  • Guerra PC, Becerra J, Gianoli E.. 2010. “Explaining differential herbivory in sun and shade: the case of Aristotelia chilensis saplings.” Arthropod-Plant Interactions 4:229-235.
  • Salgado-Luarte C, Gianoli E. . 2010. “Herbivory on temperate rainforest seedlings in sun and shade: resistance, tolerance and habitat distribution” PLoS ONE 5(7): e11460.
  • Carrasco-Urra F & Gianoli E. . 2009.. “Abundance of climbing plants in a southern temperate rainforest: host-tree characteristics or light availability?” Journal of Vegetation Science 20:1155-1162.
  • Atala C & Gianoli E. . 2009. “Effect of water availability on tolerance of leaf damage in tall morning glory, Ipomoea purpurea.” Acta Oecologica 35:236-242.
  • Costa JF, Cosio W, Cárdenas M, Yábar E & Gianoli E. . 2009. “Preference of quinoa moth: Eurysacca melanocampta Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) for two varieties of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) in olfactometry assays.” Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research 69:71-78.
  • Suárez LH, Gonzáles WL & Gianoli E. . 2009. “Foliar damage modifies floral attractiveness to pollinators in Alstroemeria exerens.” Evolutionary Ecology 23:545-555.
  • Atala C & Gianoli E. . 2009. “Drought limits induced twining by leaf damage in the climbing plant Ipomoea purpurea.” Gayana Botanica 66:171-176.
  • Farji-Brener AG, Gianoli E & Molina-Montenegro MA. . 2009. “Small-scale disturbances spread along trophic chains: leaf-cutting ant nests, plants, aphids and tending ants.” Ecological Research 24:139-145.
  • Gianoli E & Molina-Montenegro MA. . 2009. “Insights into the relationship between h-index and self-citations.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60:1283-1285.
  • Gianoli E, Quezada IM & Suárez LH. . 2009. “Leaf damage decreases fitness and constrains phenotypic plasticity to drought of a perennial herb.” Acta Oecologica 35:752-757.
  • Gianoli E & Palacio-López K.. 2009. “Phenotypic integration may constrain phenotypic plasticity in plants.” Oikos 118:1924-1928.
  • González-Teuber M & Gianoli E. . 2008. “Damage and shade enhance climbing and promote associational resistance in a climbing plant” Journal of Ecology 96:122-126.
  • González-Teuber M, Segovia R & Gianoli E. . 2008. “Effects of maternal diet and host quality on oviposition patterns and offspring performance in a seed beetle (Coleoptera: Bruchidae).” Naturwissenschaften 95:609-615.
  • Atala C & Gianoli E. . 2008. “Induced twining in Convolvulaceae climbing plants in response to leaf damage.” Botany 86:595-602.
  • Gonzáles WL, Negritto MA, Suárez LH & Gianoli E. . 2008. “Differential induction of glandular and non-glandular trichomes by damage in leaves of Madia sativa under contrasting water regimes.” Acta Oecologica 33:128-132.
  • Gianoli E, Sendoya S, Vargas F, Mejía P, Jaffé R, Rodríguez M & Gutiérrez A. . 2008. “Patterns of Azteca ants’ defence in Cecropia trees in a tropical rainforest: support for optimal defence theory.” Ecological Research 23: 905-908.
  • Gonzáles WL, Suárez LH, Molina-Montenegro MA & Gianoli E. . 2008. “Water availability limits tolerance of apical damage in the annual tarweed Madia sativa.” Acta Oecologica 34:104-110.
  • Gianoli E, Molina-Montenegro MA, Becerra J. 2007. “Interactive effects of leaf damage, light intensity and support availability on chemical defenses and morphology of a twining vine.” Journal of Chemical Ecology 33 (1): 95-103