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    • Alternative reproductive adaptations predict asymmetric responses to climate change in lizards 

      Jara, Manuel; Garcia-Roa, Roberto; Escobar, Luis E.; Torres-Carvajal, Omar; Pincheira-Donoso, Daniel (Springer Nature, 2019-03-25)
      Anthropogenic climate change ranks among the major global-scale threats to modern biodiversity. Extinction risks are known to increase via the interactions between rapid climatic alterations and environmentally-sensitive ...
    • The Macroecology of Chemical Communication in Lizards: Do Climatic Factors Drive the Evolution of Signalling Glands? 

      Jara, Manuel; Frias-De-Diego, Alba; Garcia-Roa, Roberto; Saldarriaga-Cordoba, Monica; Harvey, Lilly P.; Hickcox, Rachel P.; Pincheira-Donoso, Daniel (2018)
      Chemical communication plays a pivotal role in shaping sexual and ecological interactions among animals. In lizards, fundamental mechanisms of sexual selection such as female mate choice have rarely been shown to be ...
    • Papillomavirus in Wildlife 

      Frias-De-Diego, Alba; Jara, Manuel; Escobar, Luis E. (2019-10-25)
      Papillomaviruses (PV) are associated with epithelial malignancies in animals, including cancer in humans. Limited knowledge exists regarding the evolutionary history of non-human PV. We assessed the phylogeography of PV ...