His primary areas of study are Ecology, Phenotypic plasticity, Botany, Rainforest and Range. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Natural selection and Ecology. His Phenotypic plasticity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Specific leaf area and Species distribution, Habitat.
His Botany research incorporates elements of Agronomy and Climbing. His Rainforest research includes themes of Temperate rainforest, Vine and Evergreen. The study incorporates disciplines such as Introduced species and Invasive species in addition to Range.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Botany, Herbivore, Agronomy and Phenotypic plasticity. His Ecology study focuses mostly on Species richness, Range, Understory, Abundance and Rainforest. Ernesto Gianoli focuses mostly in the field of Botany, narrowing it down to topics relating to Arid and, in certain cases, Shrubland.
His Herbivore research includes elements of Biomass, Climbing, Trichome and Seedling. His study in the field of Shoot, Aphid and Poaceae also crosses realms of Functional response. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Phenotypic plasticity, Climate change is strongly linked to Natural selection.
Ernesto Gianoli mainly investigates Ecology, Botany, Species richness, Dominance and Shrubland. His Crassulacean acid metabolism, Herbivore, Photosynthesis and Host plants study in the realm of Botany connects with subjects such as Relative growth rate. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Crassulacean acid metabolism, concentrating on Bromeliaceae and intersecting with Range.
His Species richness research focuses on Abundance and how it relates to Native plant, Interspecific competition, Understory, Fragmentation and Propagule. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Temperate forest, Intraspecific competition, Relative species abundance and Liana. His research in Community structure tackles topics such as Climate change which are related to areas like Phenotypic plasticity.
Ecology, Species richness, Phenotypic plasticity, Community structure and Adaptation are his primary areas of study. Range, Arid, Plant community, Grazing and Native plant are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His work carried out in the field of Species richness brings together such families of science as Abundance, Relative species abundance, Intraspecific competition, Bromus inermis and Invasive species.
His research integrates issues of Growing season, Ecotype, Local adaptation and Life history theory in his study of Phenotypic plasticity. His Community structure course of study focuses on Productivity and Biomass. His study looks at the relationship between Adaptation and fields such as Evergreen, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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Ecological limits to plant phenotypic plasticity
New Phytologist (2007)
The effects of phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation on forecasts of species range shifts under climate change
Fernando Valladares;Fernando Valladares;Silvia Matesanz;Francois Guilhaumon;Francois Guilhaumon;Miguel B. Araujo;Miguel B. Araujo;Miguel B. Araujo.
Ecology Letters (2014)
Global change and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in plants
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2010)
Meta‐analysis of Trade‐offs among Plant Antiherbivore Defenses: Are Plants Jacks‐of‐All‐Trades, Masters of All?
The American Naturalist (2004)
Ecological and evolutionary impacts of changing climatic variability.
Biological Reviews of The Cambridge Philosophical Society (2017)
Invasive plants do not display greater phenotypic plasticity than their native or non-invasive counterparts: a meta-analysis
Environmental Heterogeneity and Population Differentiation in Plasticity to Drought in Convolvulus Chilensis (Convolvulaceae)
Evolutionary Ecology (2005)
Evolution of a climbing habit promotes diversification in flowering plants
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2004)
Studying phenotypic plasticity: the advantages of a broad approach
Biological Journal of The Linnean Society (2012)
Morphological plasticity in response to shading in three Convolvulus species of different ecological breadth
Acta Oecologica-international Journal of Ecology (2004)
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