BECAS
DEVEGILI AndrÉs MatÍas
artículos
FARJI-BRENER, ALEJANDRO G.; PIRK, GABRIELA I; LESCANO, MARÍA N.; ELIZALDE, LUCIANA; WERENKRAUT, VICTORIA; BUTELER, MICAELA; ALMA, ANDREA M.; ORTIZ, DANIELA; DEVEGILI, A.M.
Paint your village and you will paint the whole world. Ant studies in Argentina in the context of ecological theory
Ecología Austral; Año: 2022
DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS M.; LESCANO, MARÍA N.; GIANOLI, ERNESTO; FARJI-BRENER, ALEJANDRO G.
Evidence of indirect biotic resistance: native ants decrease invasive plant fitness by enhancing aphid infestation
OECOLOGIA; Año: 2021 vol. 196 p. 607 - 618
DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS M.; FARJI-BRENER, ALEJANDRO G.
Association of flower color with pollen reward may explain increased bumblebee visitation to the Scotch broom yellow morph
PLANT ECOLOGY; Año: 2021 vol. 222 p. 1325 - 1334
LESCANO, IGNACIO; DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS MATÍAS; MARTINI, CAROLINA; TESSI, TOMÁS MARÍA; GONZÁLEZ, CLAUDIO ALEJANDRO; DESIMONE, MARCELO
Ureide metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana is modulated by C:N balance
JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH; Año: 2020 vol. 133 p. 739 - 749
DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS M.; CHALCOFF, VANINA R.
Nectar shortage caused by aphids may reduce seed output via pollination interference
OECOLOGIA; Año: 2020 vol. 194 p. 321 - 332
DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS M.; LESCANO, MARÍA N.; GIANOLI, ERNESTO; FARJI-BRENER, ALEJANDRO G.
Defence variation within a guild of aphid-tending ants explains aphid population growth
ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY; Año: 2020 vol. 45 p. 1180 - 1189
SPARACINO, J.; RENISON, D.; DEVEGILI, A.M.; SUAREZ, R.
Wind protection rather than soil water availability contributes to the restriction of high-mountain forest to ravines
NEW FORESTS; Año: 2020 vol. 51 p. 101 - 117
DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS M.; ALMA, ANDREA MARINA; LESCANO, MARIA NATALIA; FARJI-BRENER, ALEJANDRO G.
Wind matters: Asymmetric distribution of aphids on host plants can be explained by stems functioning as windbreaks
AUSTRAL ECOLOGY; Año: 2019 vol. 44 p. 1187 - 1195
CHALCOFF, VANINA R.; LESCANO, MARÍA NATALIA; DEVEGILI, ANDRÉS M.
Do novel interactions with local fauna have reproductive consequences for exotic plants? A case study with thistles, ants, aphids, and pollinators
PLANT ECOLOGY; Año: 2019 vol. 220 p. 125 - 134