Publications (111) Antonio Marcial Escudero Lirio publications

2024

  1. Chromosomal evolution in Cryptangieae Benth. (Cyperaceae): Evidence of holocentrism and pseudomonads

    Protoplasma, Vol. 261, Núm. 3, pp. 527-541

  2. Cladogenesis

    Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Third Edition: Volume 1-7 (Elsevier), pp. V7-134-V7-140

  3. Gamificación de la botánica: herbarios digitales

    Enseñanza e innovación educativa en el ámbito universitario (Dykinson), pp. 628-643

  4. Genome constitution and evolution of Elymus atratus (Poaceae: Triticeae) inferred from cytogenetic and phylogenetic analysis

    Genes and Genomics, Vol. 46, Núm. 5, pp. 589-599

  5. Global analysis of Poales diversification – parallel evolution in space and time into open and closed habitats

    New Phytologist, Vol. 242, Núm. 2, pp. 727-743

  6. Phylogenomics and the rise of the angiosperms

    Nature

2023

  1. A non-homogeneous model of chromosome-number evolution to reveal shifts in the transition patterns across the phylogeny

    New Phytologist, Vol. 238, Núm. 4, pp. 1733-1744

  2. A standardized checklist and an occurrence database of the native Cyperaceae taxa belonging to the Celtic Fringe of the European Atlantic Floristic Regions

    Colecciones científicas: patrimonio natural y cultural único para la investigación presente y futura: IV Simposio de la Sociedad Botánica Española (Universidad de León), pp. 56

  3. Addressing inconsistencies in Cyperaceae and Juncaceae taxonomy: Comment on Brožová et al. (2022)

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution

  4. Carex camposii subsp. tejedensis (Cyperaceae), a new taxon for Southern Iberian Peninsula based on molecular, morphological and ecological differentiation

    Mediterranean Botany, Vol. 44

  5. Drivers of diversification in Linum (Linaceae) by means of chromosome evolution: correlations with biogeography, breeding system and habit

    Annals of Botany, Vol. 132, Núm. 5, pp. 949-962

  6. Effect of environmental and spatial factors on the phylogenetic and functional diversity of the Mediterranean tree communities of Europe

    Plant Biology, Vol. 25, Núm. 4, pp. 631-645

  7. Effects of environmental factors on clonality and genetic diversity of the sedge "Carex nigra" in an alpine fen

    Colecciones científicas: patrimonio natural y cultural único para la investigación presente y futura: IV Simposio de la Sociedad Botánica Española (Universidad de León), pp. 62

  8. Genomic hotspots of chromosome rearrangements explain conserved synteny despite high rates of chromosome evolution in a holocentric lineage

    Molecular Ecology

  9. Holocentric repeat landscapes: From micro-evolutionary patterns to macro-evolutionary associations with karyotype evolution

    Molecular Ecology

  10. Karyotypic diversity: A neglected trait to explain angiosperm diversification?

    Evolution, Vol. 77, Núm. 4, pp. 1158-1164

  11. Phylogenetic, cytogenetic and morphological evidences are critical for recognizing a new genus: Valdesiana, an Iberian intergeneric allopolyploid between Schenkia and Exaculum

    Plant Systematics and Evolution, Vol. 309, Núm. 4

  12. Polyploidy and hybridization in the Mediterranean: Unraveling the evolutionary history of "Centaurium"(Gentianaceae)

    Colecciones científicas: patrimonio natural y cultural único para la investigación presente y futura: IV Simposio de la Sociedad Botánica Española (Universidad de León), pp. 73

  13. The holocentric chromosome microevolution: From phylogeographic patterns to genomic associations with environmental gradients

    Molecular Ecology

  14. Using ChromEvol to Determine the Mode of Chromosomal Evolution

    Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), Vol. 2672, pp. 529-547