E. Jacob Cristobal-Pérez
E. Jacob Cristobal-Pérez
Escuela Nacional de Estudios Superiores, Unidad Morelia - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
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Habitat fragmentation reduces plant progeny quality: a global synthesis
R Aguilar, EJ Cristóbal‐Pérez, FJ Balvino‐Olvera, ...
Ecology letters 22 (7), 1163-1173, 2019
Phenological patterns of tropical dry forests along latitudinal and successional gradients in the neotropics
M Lopezaraiza-Mikel, M Quesada, M Álvarez-Añorve, L Ávila-Cabadilla, ...
Tropical dry forests in the Americas, 119-146, 2013
Positive effects of the catastrophic Hurricane Patricia on insect communities
S Novais, LE Macedo-Reis, EJ Cristobal-Peréz, G Sánchez-Montoya, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
Ecosystem engineering and manipulation of host plant tissues by the insect borer Oncideres albomarginata chamela
N Calderón-Cortés, CA Uribe-Mú, AK Martínez-Méndez, ...
Journal of Insect Physiology 84, 128-136, 2016
Climate variability and aridity modulate the role of leaf shelters for arthropods: A global experiment
GQ Romero, T Gonçalves‐Souza, T Roslin, RJ Marquis, NAC Marino, ...
Global change biology 28 (11), 3694-3710, 2022
Habitat fragmentation negatively affects effective gene flow via pollen, and male and female fitness in the dioecious tree, Spondias purpurea (Anacardiaceae)
EJ Cristóbal-Pérez, EJ Fuchs, S Martén-Rodríguez, M Quesada
Biological Conservation 256, 109007, 2021
Janzen-Connell effects shape gene flow patterns and realized fitness in the tropical dioecious tree Spondias purpurea (ANACARDIACEAE)
EJ Cristóbal-Pérez, EJ Fuchs, U Olivares-Pinto, M Quesada
Scientific reports, 2020
Isolation and characterization of microsatellites loci in Spondias purpurea (Anacardiaceae) and cross amplification in congeneric species
EJ Cristóbal-Pérez, EJ Fuchs, N Harvey, M Quesada
Molecular Biology Reports 46, 5581-5585, 2019
Successional and phenological effects on plant‐floral visitor interaction networks of a tropical dry forest
J Cortés‐Flores, M Lopezaraiza‐Mikel, MH de Santiago‐Hernández, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2023
Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in Astronium graveolens (Anacardiaceae) and cross amplifcation in related species
KF Sanchez‑Gomez, EJ Cristóbal‑Pérez, N Harvey, M Quesada
Molecular Biology Reports, 2020
Anthropogenic and hurricane disturbances had similar negative effects on epiphytic Tillandsia species in a tropical dry forest
S Novais, R Sayago, EJ Cristóbal-Perez, G Salguero-Hernandez, ...
Forest ecology and management 458, 117797, 2020
Subtle structures with not‐so‐subtle functions: A data set of arthropod constructs and their host plants
CC Pereira, S Novais, M Barbosa, D Negreiros, T Gonçalves‐Souza, ...
Ecology 103 (4), e3639, 2022
Gone with the wind: Negative genetic and progeny fitness consequences of habitat fragmentation in the wind pollinated dioecious tree Brosimum alicastrum
M de Jesus Aguilar‐Aguilar, EJ Cristobal‐Pérez, J Lobo, EJ Fuchs, ...
American Journal of Botany 110 (4), e16157, 2023
Blooming plant species diversity patterns in two adjacent Costa Rican highland ecosystems
EJ Cristóbal-Pérez, G Barrantes, A Cascante-Marín, R Madrigal-Brenes, ...
PeerJ 11, e14445, 2023
Genetic diversity, asexual reproduction and conservation of the edible fruit tree Spondias purpurea L. (Anacardiaceae) in the Costa Rican tropical dry forest
EJ Cristóbal-Pérez, EJ Fuchs, J Lobo, M Quesada
PLoS ONE 17 (11), e0277439, 2022
Arthropod facilitation mediated by abandoned dead domatia
S Novais, EJ Cristóbal‐Perez, A Aguirre‐Jaimes, M Quesada
Ecosphere 12 (1), e03323, 2021
Anthropogenic land-use change decreases pollination and male and female fitness in terrestrial flowering plants
R Aguilar, EJ Cristóbal-Pérez, V Marquez, LM Carbone, I Paglia, L Freitas, ...
Annals of Botany, mcae076, 2024
Elevational and seasonal patterns of plant pollinator networks in two highland tropical ecosystems in Costa Rica
EJ Cristóbal-Perez, G Barrantes, A Cascante-Marín, P Hanson, B Picado, ...
Plos one 19 (1), e0295258, 2024
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