Publications (263) Publications in which a researcher has participated


  1. A new oxidative pathway of nitric oxide production from oximes in plants

    Molecular Plant, Vol. 17, Núm. 1, pp. 178-198

  2. Alteration of the tree–soil microbial system triggers a feedback loop that boosts holm oak decline

    Functional Ecology, Vol. 38, Núm. 2, pp. 374-390

  3. Biological remediation treatments improve the health of a mixed contaminated soil before significantly reducing contaminant levels

    Environmental science and pollution research international, Vol. 31, Núm. 4, pp. 6010-6024

  4. Constrained trait variation by water availability modulates radial growth in evergreen and deciduous Mediterranean oaks

    Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Vol. 346

  5. Downed woody debris carbon emissions in a European temperate virgin forest as driven by species, decay classes, diameter and microclimate

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 912

  6. El espacio verde escolar: Un contexto facilitador para el desarrollo de competencias STEM en Formación Inicial de Educación Primaria.

    La enseñanza de las ciencias en la educación primaria: Análisis de la situación, de formación y propuestas de mejora (Tirant Humanidades), pp. 181-192

  7. Fungal symbionts associate with holm oak tree health in declining oak savannas of the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula

    Applied Soil Ecology, Vol. 195

  8. Microclimate, an important part of ecology and biogeography

    Global Ecology and Biogeography, Vol. 33, Núm. 6

  9. Non-destructive optical indices to estimate isoprenoids with nutritional value in packed rocket and spinach

    Journal of Agriculture and Food Research, Vol. 16

  10. Plant-based remediation of industrially contaminated soils: Principles and case study

    Advances in Botanical Research (Academic Press Inc.), pp. 105-158

  11. Teaching ecosystem services: a pathway to improve students’ argumentation in favour of nature conservation and sustainable development?

    Journal of Biological Education, Vol. 58, Núm. 1, pp. 29-50

  12. The outstanding capacity of Prasiola antarctica to thrive in contrasting harsh environments relies on the constitutive protection of thylakoids and on morphological plasticity

    Plant Journal

  13. Urban resilience through green infrastructure: A framework for policy analysis applied to Madrid, Spain

    Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 241