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La biblioteca virtual de BIO-NICA no tiene fines lucrativo, tan solo apoyar a investigadores, estudiantes y publico en general a documentarse en temas que tienen que ver con Biodiversidad.

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q  BALDWIN I.T., HALITSCHKE R., PASCHOLD A., von DAHL C.C. & PRESTON C.A. (2006) Volatile signaling in Plant-Plant interactions: “talking trees” in the genomic era. Science, 311:812-815.

q  BECERRA  J. X. (2006) The Impact of herbivore-plant co-evolution on plant community structure. PNAS, 104(18):7483-7488.

q  BEGON M., TOWNSEND C.R. & HARPER J.L. (2006) Ecology. From individuals to Ecosystems.,100pp.

q  BELT T. (1874) The Naturalist in Nicaragua. London, 396pp.

q  BELT T. (1874) El Naturalista en Nicaragua. Traducido por Jaime Incer (2003). Banco Central de Nicaragua. Coleccion Cultural de Centro America. Serie Viajeros No. 4, 394 pp.

q  BIONET-INTERNATIONAL (2006) Annual Review. 32pp.


1.    Boletín No.44 abr 2004, 7pp.

2.    Boletín No.58 jun 2005, 8pp.

3.    Boletín No.68/69 abr/may.2006 4pp. [Cita Nicaragua]

4.    Boletín  No.77 ene/feb 2007, 4pp.

5.    Boletín  No.78 mar 2007, 6pp.

6.    Boletín  No.80 may 2007,7pp.

7.    Boletín  No.81 jun 2007, 5pp.

8.    Boletín  No. 82 jul/83 ago 2007,7pp.

9.    Boletín  No. 84 sep 2007,6pp.

10. Boletín  No. 85 oct  2007,6pp.

11. Boletín  No. 86 nov  2007,4pp.

12. Boletin No. 87 Dic 2007, 5 pp.

13. Boletín  No. 94 jul   2008, 4pp.

14. Boletín  No. 95 ago 2008, 4pp.

15. Boletin No. 96. Septiembre 2008, 4pp.


1.    Bulletin No.79 apr 2007, 5pp.

2.    Bulletin No.80 may 2007, 5pp.

3.    Bulletin No.81 jun 2007, 4pp.

4.    Bulletin No.82 jul/83 aug.2007, 5pp.

5.    Bulletin No.84 sep 2007, 4pp

6.    Bulletin No.85 oct 2007, 4pp.

7.    Bulletin No.86 nov 2007,4pp.

8.    Bulletin No.87. Dic.2007, 5 pp.

9.    Bulletin  No.94 Jul 2008, 4pp

10. Bulletin  No.95 Aug 2008, 4pp.

q  BONAL R., MUÑOZ A. & DIAZ M. (2006) Satiation of predispersal seed predators: the importance of considering both plant and seed levels. Evol Ecol,14pp.

q  BOUCHER  D.H. (1990) Growing back after hurricanes. Catastrophes may be critical to rain forest dynamics. Bioscience 40(3): 162-166.

q  BOUCHER  D.H., VANDERMEER  J.H., YIH  K. & ZAMORA   N. (1990) Contrasting Hurricane Damage in Tropical Rain Fforest and Pine Forest. Ecology, 71(5): 2022-2024.

q  BOUTIN S., WAUTERS L.A., McADAM A.G., HUMPHRIES M.M., TOSI G. & DHONT A.A. (2006) Anticipatory reproduction and population growth in seed predators. Science, 314:1928-1930.

q  BOUYER  J., SANA  Y., SAMANDOULGOU  Y., CESAR  J., GUERRINI  L., KABORE-ZOUNGRANA  C. & DULIEU  D. (2007) Identification of ecological indicators for monitoring ecosystem health in the trans-boundary W Regional park: A pilot study. Biological Conservation 138: 73-88.

q  CARLSON J.E. & HARMS K.E. (2007) The benefits of bathing buds: water calyces protect flowers from a microlepidopteran herbivore. Biology Letters, 3 pp.

q  DALBEM R.V. & MENDONCA M. De S. (2006) Diversity of Galling Arthropods and Host Plants in a Subtropical Forest of Porto Alegre, Southern Brazil. Neotropical Entomology, 35(5):616-624.

q  DEL-CLARO K. (2004) Comportamento Animal, uma introduçao a ecologia comportamental. Livraria e Editora Conceito, 134pp.

q  ESPELTA   J. M., RETANA  J. HABROUK  A. (2003) Resprouting patterns alter fire and response to stool cleaning of two  coexisting Mediterranean oaks with contrasting leaf habits on two different sites. Forest Ecology and Management,179: 401-414.

q  FIRESTONE   R. B. et al. (2007) Evidence for an extraterrestrial impact 12,900 years ago that contributed to the megafaunal extinctions and the Younger Dryas cooling. PNAS, 104(41): 16016-16021.

q  FLAMARIQUE N., MUELLER G.A., CHENG C.L. & FIGIEL C.R. (2006) Communication using eye roll reflective signalling. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 6 pp.

q  GALINDO-GONZALEZ J., GUEVARA S. & SOSA V.J. (2000) Bat-and Bird-Generated Seed Rains at Isolated Trees in Pastures in a Tropical Rainforest. Conservation Biology 14 (6):1693-1703.

q  GOULD J.L. & GOULD C.G. (2007) Builders with little brains. Animal Architects: Building and the Evolution of Intelligence. Nature 446, 1pp

q  HAWKINS  B. A. et al (2007) A Global Evaluation of Metabolic Theory as an Explanation for Terrestrial Species Richness Gradients. Ecology, 88(8): 1877-1888.  

q  HOULTON  B. Z., SIGMAN  D. M., SCHUUR  E. A. G.  & HEDIN  L.O. (2007) A climate-driven switch in plant nitrogen acquisition within tropical forest communities. PNAS, 104(21): 8902-8906.

q  HURLBERT   A. H. & JETZ  W. (2007) Species richness, hotspots, and the scale dependence of range maps in ecology and conservation. PNAS, 104(23): 13384-13389.

q  IMAIZUMI  T., KAY  S. A. & SCHROEDER  J. I. (2007) Circadian Rhytms. Daily Watch on Metabolism. Science, 318: 1730-1731

q  JANZEN  D. H. (1977)  Why Fruits Rot, Seeds Mold, And Meat Spoils. The American Naturalist, 111(980): 691-713.

q  JEDLICKA  J., VANDERMEER  J., AVILES-VAZQUEZ  K., BARROS  O. & PERFECTO  I. (2004) Gipsy Moth Defoliation of Oak Trees and a Positive Response of Red Maple and Black Cherry: An Example of Indirect Interaction. The American Midland Naturalist, 152: 231-236.

q  JORDANO P., GARCIA C., GODOY J.A. & GARCIA-CASTAñO J.L. (2007) Differential contribution of frugivores to complex seed dispersal patterns. PNAS 104 (9):3278-3282.  

q  KASPARI  M., GARCÍA  M. N., HARMS  K. E., SANTANA  M, WRIGHT  S. J. & YAVITT  J. B. (2008) Multiple nutrients limit litterfall and decomposition in a tropical forest. Ecology Letters, 11: 35-43.

q  KERR  J. (2001) Global biodiversity patterns: from description to understanding. TRENDS in Ecology & Evolution 16(8): 424-425.

q  KHATUN  T. (2007) Measuring environmental degradation by using principal component analysis. Environ. Dev. Sustain. Springer, 19pp.

q  KOELLE  K. & VANDERMEER  J. (2004) Dispersal-induced desynchronization: from metapopulations to metacommunities. Ecology Letters, 7: 1-9.

q  LOREAU  M. (2000) Are communities saturated? On the relationship between α, β and γ diversity. Ecology Letters, 3: 73-76.

q  MAGURRAN A.E. (2004) Measuring Biological Diversity. Blackwell Publishing, 261pp.

q  MAY R.M. (1987) Chaos and the dynamics of biological populations. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A, 413:27-44.

q  NOVOTNY V., DROZD P., MILLER S.E., KULFAN M., JANDA M., BASSET Y. & WEIBLEN G.D. (2007) Response to Comment on “Why Are There So Many Species of Herbivorous Insects in Tropical Rainforests? Science 315, 2pp.

q  OET (2005) Ecología Tropical & Conservación 2005-2. Organización para Estudios Tropicales (OET) y Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR), 327 pp. (Cita Nicaragua).

q  OLSON D.M., DINERSTEIN E., WIKRAMANAYAKE E.D., BURGESSN.D., POWELL G.V.N.,UNDERWOOD E.C., D’AMICO J.A., ITOUA I., STRAND H.E., MORRISON J.C., LOUCKS C.J., ALLNUTT T.F., RICKETTS T.H., KURA Y., LAMOREUX J. F., WETTENGEL W.W., HEDAO P. & KASSEN K.R. (2001) Terrestrial Ecoregions of the World: A New Map of Life on Earth. BioScience 51(11):933-938.

q  OTTERSTROM  S. M. (2004) Fire in a Neotropical Dry Forest: Cultural Uses and Ecological Effects. Dissertation Submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of  Doctor of Philosophy in the Office of Graduate studies of the University of California Davis, 105pp.

q  PANIAGUA A., KAMMERBAUER J., AVEDILLO M. & ANDREWS A.M. (1999) Relationship of soil characteristics to vegetation successions ona sequence of degraded and rehabilitated soil in Honduras. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 72: 215-225.

q  PERFECTO  I., VANDERMEER  J. H., LOPEZ BAUTISTA  G., IBARRA NUÑEZ  G., GREENBERG  R., BICHIER  P. LANGRIDGE  S. (2004) Greater Predation in Shaded Coffee Farms: The Role of Resident Neotropical Birds. Ecology, 85(10): 2677-2681.

q  PHELPS S.M. (2007) Sensory ecology and perceptual allocation: new prospects for neural networks. Philosophical Transaction of The Royal Society B, 13pp.

q  PHILPOTT  S. M., MALDONADO  J., VANDERMEER  J. & PERFECTO  I. (2004) Taking trophic  cascades up a level: behaviorally-modified effects of phorid flies on ants and  ant prey in coffee agroecosystems. Oikos, 105: 141-147.

q  PRUDIC K.L. (2007) The signal environment is more important than diet or chemical specialization in the evolution of warning coloration. PNAS, 104(49):19381-19386.

q  PULQUERIO M.J.F. & NICHOLS R.A. (2006) Dates from the molecular clock: how wrong can we be? Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 5 pp.

q  RAPPOLE  J. H., KING  D. I. &  BARROW  W. C. Jr. (1999) Winter Ecology of The Endangered Golden-Cheeked Warbler. The Condor, 101: 762-770.

q  REMIGIO  E. A. & DUDA  T. F. (2008) Evolution of ecological specialization and venom of a predatory marine gastropod.  Molecular Ecology, 17: 1156-1162.

q  ROWELL J.T., ELLNER S.P. & REEVE H.K. (2006) Why animal lie: how dishonesty and belief can coexist in a signaling system. The American Naturalist, 168(6):180-204.

q  ROWLAND  H. M., IHALAINEN  E., LINDSTRÖM  L., MAPPES  J. & SPEED  M. P. (2007) Co-mimics have a mutualistic relationship despite unequal defences. Nature, 448: 64-68.

q  RUSSELL  D. N. (1971) Food Habits of the Starling in Eastern Texas. Department of Biology, Wildlife Department. 4pp.

q  SALO P., KORPIMAKI E., BANKS P.B., NORDSTROM M. & DICKMAN Ch. R. (2007) Alien predators are more dangerous than native predators to prey populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 7pp.

q  SANCHEZ  ACEDO  C. (2000) Origen y Evolución del Parasitismo. Discurso de ingreso leído por la Académica Electa, en el acto de su recepción solemne, celebrado el día 12 de diciembre del año 2000. Y discurso de contestación por El Excmo. Sr. Don Horacio Marco Moll, Presidente de La Academia, Zaragoza, 112pp.

q  SCHARLEMANN  J. P. W., BENZ  D., HAY  S. I., PURSE  B. V., TATEM  A. J., WINT  G. R. W. & ROGERS  D. J. (2008) Global Data for Ecology and Epidemiology: A Novel Algorithm for Temporal Fourier Processing MODIS Data. PLoSONE, 3(1): 13pp.

q  SHAFFER  H. B. & THOMSON  R. C. (2007) “Delimiting Species in Recent Radiations” Systematics Biology, 56(6): 896-906.

q  STEVENS  M., STUBBINS  C.L. & HARDMAN  C.J. (2008) The anti-predator function of ‘eyespots’ on camouflaged and consapicuous prey. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol., 7pp.

q  TURLINGS  T. C. J. & WÄCKERS  F. (2004) Recruitment of predators and parasitoids by herbivore-injured plants. Advances in Insect Chemical Ecology, 2: 21-75.

q  TYLIANAKIS J.M., TSCHARNTKE T. & LEWIS O.T. (2007) Habitat modification alters the structure of tropical host-parasitoid food webs. Nature, 445:202-205.

q  VANDERMEER  J. (2004) Coupled Oscillations in Food Webs: Balancing Competition and Mutualism in Simple Ecological Models. The American Naturalist, 163(6): 857-867.

q  VANDERMEER  J. (2004) Wada basins and qualitative unpredictability in ecological models: a graphical interpretation. Ecological Modelling, 176: 65-74.

q  VANDERMEER  J. (2005) Competitive coexistence through intermediate polyphagy. ECOCOM-58, 7pp.

q  VANDERMEER  J. (2006) Omnivory and the stability of food webs. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 238: 497-504.

q  VANDERMEER  J. & PERFECTO  I. (2006) A Keystone Mutualism Drives Pattern in a Power Function. Science, 311: 1000-1002.

q  VANDERMEER J., LIERE H. & LIN B. (2006) Effect of predation pressure on species packing on a resource gradient: insights from nonlinear dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology, 69:395-408.

q  WEDEKIND C. (2007) The interior designer. Can the physiological agents of homeostasis create the appearance of design in nature? Nature, 446:375.

q  WIENS  J. J. (2007) Species Delimitation: New Approaches for Discovering Diversity. Systematic Biology, 56(6): 875-878