Andrea Loayza
Andrea Loayza
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A hyper‐arid environment shapes an inverse pattern of the fast–slow plant economics spectrum for above‐, but not below‐ground resource acquisition strategies
DE Carvajal, AP Loayza, RS Rios, CA Delpiano, FA Squeo
Journal of Ecology 107 (3), 1079-1092, 2019
Preliminary Information on the Home Range and Movement Patterns of Sturnira lilium (Phyllostomidae) in a Naturally Fragmented Landscape in Bolivia
AP Loayza, BA Loiselle
Biotropica 40 (5), 630-635, 2008
Disponibilidad de recurso y dieta de murciélagos frugívoros en la Estación Biológica Tunquini, Bolivia
AP Loayza, RS Rios, DM Larrea Alcázar
Ecología en Bolivia 41 (1), 7-23, 2006
Seed dispersal by pulp consumers, not “legitimate” seed dispersers, increases Guettarda viburnoides population growth
AP Loayza, T Knight
Ecology 91 (9), 2684-2695, 2010
Population variation in drought-resistance strategies in a desert shrub along an aridity gradient: Interplay between phenotypic plasticity and ecotypic differentiation
DE Carvajal, AP Loayza, RS Rios, E Gianoli, FA Squeo
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 29, 12-19, 2017
Different responses of leaf and root traits to changes in soil nutrient availability do not converge into a community-level plant economics spectrum
CA Delpiano, I Prieto, AP Loayza, DE Carvajal, FA Squeo
Plant and Soil 450, 463-478, 2020
Seed predation by rodents results in directed dispersal of viable seed fragments of an endangered desert shrub
AP Loayza, DE Carvajal, P García-Guzmán, JR Gutierrez, FA Squeo
Ecosphere 5 (4), 1-9, 2014
Composition and distribution of a bat assemblage during the dry season in a naturally fragmented landscape in Bolivia
AP Loayza, BA Loiselle
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (3), 732-742, 2009
Conspecific plants are better ‘nurses’ than rocks: consistent results revealing intraspecific facilitation as a process that promotes establishment in a hyper-arid environment
AP Loayza, MA Herrera-Madariaga, DE Carvajal, P García-Guzmán, ...
AoB Plants 9 (6), plx056, 2017
Vegetation of Bosque Fray Jorge National Park and its surrounding matrix in the Coastal Desert of north-central Chile
FA Squeo, AP Loayza, RP López, JR Gutiérrez
Journal of Arid Environments 126, 12-22, 2016
No evidence of a trade‐off between drought and shade tolerance in seedlings of six coastal desert shrub species in north‐central Chile
K Martínez‐Tillería, AP Loayza, DR Sandquist, FA Squeo
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (6), 1051-1061, 2012
Effects of host plant and maternal feeding experience on population vital rates of a specialized leaf beetle
RS Rios, M Cárdenas, K González, MF Cisternas, PC Guerra, AP Loayza, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 7, 109-118, 2013
The ecology, distribution and conservation status of Myrcianthes coquimbensis: a globally endangered endemic shrub of the Chilean Coastal Desert
P García-Guzman, AP Loayza, DE Carvajal, L Letelier, FA Squeo
Plant Ecology & Diversity 5 (2), 197-204, 2012
Growth and early seedling survival of four Atacama Desert shrub species under experimental light and water availability regimes
DE Carvajal, AP Loayza, RP López, PJ Toro, FA Squeo
Revista chilena de historia natural 87, 1-9, 2014
Fruit size determines the role of three scatter-hoarding rodents as dispersers or seed predators of a fleshy-fruited Atacama Desert shrub
CA Luna, AP Loayza, FA Squeo
PLoS One 11 (11), e0166824, 2016
Caracteristicals del nectar y visitas de insectos a flores de Nicotiana glauca L.(Solanaceae): lAsociadas a cambios de 1; 1 temperatura y humedad del ambiente?
A Loayza, R Rios
Ecología en Bolivia 33 (51), 61, 1999
Seed‐swallowing Toucans are Less Effective Dispersers of Guettarda viburnoides (Rubiaceae) than Pulp‐feeding Jays
AP Loayza, RS Rios
Biotropica 46 (1), 69-77, 2014
Predators and dispersers: Context-dependent outcomes of the interactions between rodents and a megafaunal fruit plant
AP Loayza, CA Luna, M Calviño-Cancela
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 6106, 2020
Qualitative aspects of the effectiveness of Culpeo foxes (Lycalopex culpaeus) as dispersers of Prosopis alba (Fabaceae) in a Bolivian dry valley
DE Maldonado, AP Loayza, E Garcia, LF Pacheco
Acta Oecologica 87, 29-33, 2018
Contrasting responses to water‐deficit among Encelia canescens populations distributed along an aridity gradient
DE Carvajal, AP Loayza, FA Squeo
American Journal of Botany 102 (9), 1552-1557, 2015
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