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  • Evolutionary Ecology
  • Gabaldón, C.; J . Montero-Pau; M. Serra; M.J. Carmona, (2013). Morphological similarity and ecological overlap in two rotifer species. Plos One. 8 – 2.
  • Dimas-Flores, N., M. Serra; M.J. Carmona, (2013). Does genetic diversity reduce intraspecific competition in rotifer populations?. Hydrobiologia. 705: 43-54.
  • Kostopoulou, V.; M.J. Carmona; P. Divanach, (2012). The rotifer Brachionus plicatilis: an emerging bio-tool for numerous applications. 914151 - Journal Of Biological Research-Thessaloniki . 17: 97 - 112.
  • Serra M., Smith H.A., Weitz J.S. & Snell T.W, (2011). Analysing threshold effects in the sexual dynamics of cyclical parthenogenetic rotifer populations. Hydrobiologia 662: 121-130.
  • Montero-Pau J., y Serra M, (2011). Life cycle switching and coexistence of species with no niche differentation. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20314.
  • Montero-Pau J., Ramos-Rodríguez E., Serra M. & Gómez A, (2011) .Long-term coexistence of rotifer cryptic species. PLoS ONE 6: e21530.
  • Montero-Pau J. & Gomez A, (2011). Development of genomic resources for the phylogenetic analysis of the Brachionus plicatilis species complex (Rotifera: Monogononta). Hydrobiologia 662: 43-50.
  • Carmona M.J.; Dimas-Flores N.; Montero-Pau J. y Serra M, (2011) .Effect of experimental methodology on estimation of density at sex initiation in cyclically parthenogenetic rotifers. Hydrobiologia. 662: 131-139.
  • Campillo S., Serra M., Carmona M.J. & Gómez A, (2011) .Widespread secondary contact and new glacial refugia in the halophilic rotifer Brachionus plicatilis in the Iberian Peninsula. PLoS ONE 6: e20986.
  • Campillo S., García-Roger E.M., Carmona M.J. & Serra M, (2011). Local adaptation in rotifer populations. Ecol.Evol. 25: 933-947.
  • Tortajada A.M, Carmona, M.J. y Serra M, (2010). Effects of population outcrossing on rotifer fitness. BMC Evolutionary Biology.10: 312 - 324.
  • Serra, M. & T.W. Snell (2009). Sex loss in monogonont rotifers. In: Isa Schön, Koen Martens & Peter Van Dijk (Eds.) Lost Sex.pp. 281-294  Springer, Berlin.
  • Carmona, M.J., N. Dimas-Flores, E.M. García-Roger & M. Serra (2009). Selection of low investment in sex in a cyclically parthenogenetic rotifer. J. Evol. Biol. 22: 1975-1983.
  • García-Roger E.M., N. Dias, M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2009). Crossed induction of sex in sympatric congeneric rotifer populations. Limnol. Ocean. 54: 1845–1854.
  • Fontanero D., I. Giordani, G. Melone & M. Serra (2007). Disentangling the morphological stasis in two rotifer species of the Brachionus plicatilis species complex. Hydrobiologia 583: 297–307.
  • Gómez, A., J. Montero-Pau, D.H. Luna, M. Serra & S. Campillo (2007). Persistent genetic signatures of colonization in Brachionus manjavacas rotifers in the Iberian Peninsula. Mol. Ecol. 16: 3228–3240.
  • García-Roger, E.M., A. Martínez & M. Serra (2006). Starvation tolerante of rotifers produced from parthenogenetic eggs and from diapausing eggs: A life table approach. Journal of Plankton Research 28: 257-265.
  • García-Roger, E.M., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2006). A simple model relating habitat features to a diapause egg bank. Limnol. Ocean. 51: 1542-1547.
  • García-Roger, E.M., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2006). Patterns in rotifer diapausing egg banks: density and viability. JEMBE. 336: 198-210.
  • Campillo, S., E.M. García-Roger, D. Martínez & M. Serra (2005). Morphological stasis of two species belonging to the L-morphotype in the Brachionus plicatilis species complex. Hydrobiologia 546: 181-187.
  • García-Roger, E.M., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2004). Deterioration patterns in diapausing egg banks of Brachionus (Müller, 1786) rotifer species. JEMBE. 314: 149-161
  • Lapesa, S., T.W. Snell, D.M. & M. Serra (2004). Selective feeding of Arctodiaptomus salinus (Copepoda, Calanoida) on co-ocurring sibling rotifer species. Freshwater Biol. 49: 1053-1061.
  • Ciros-Perez, J., M.J. Carmona, S. Lapesa & M.Serra (2004). Predation as a factor mediating resource competition among rotifer sibling species. Limnol. Ocean. 49: 40-50.
  • Serra, M., T.W. Snell & C.E. King (2004). The timing of sex in cyclically parthenogenetic rotifers. In: A. Moya & E. Font (eds.), Evolution. From molecules to ecosystems. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Ortells, R., A. Gómez & M. Serra (2003). Coexistence of cryptic species: ecological and genetic characterisation of Brachionus plicatilis . Freshwater Biol. 48: 2194-2202.
  • Gómez, A., M. Serra, G.R. Carvalho & D.H. Lunt (2002). Speciation in ancient cryptic complexes: evidence from the molecular phylogeny of Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera). Evolution 56: 1431-1444.
  • Lapesa, S., T.W. Snell, D.M. Fields & M. Serra (2002). Predatory interactions between a cyclopoid copepod and three srotifer sibling species. Freshwater Biol. 47: 1693-1695.
  • Ciros, J., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2002). Resource competition and patterns of sexual reproduction in sympatric sibling rotifer species. Oecologia 131: 35-42.
  • Aparici, E., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2002). Evidence for an even sex allocation in haplodiploid cyclical parthenogens. J. Evol. Biol. 15: 65-73.
  • Ciros, J., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2001).On the taxonomy of three sympatric sibling species of the Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera) complex from Spain, with the description of B. ibericus n. sp. J. Plankton Res. 23: 1311-1328.
  • Ciros, J., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2001). Resource competition between sympatric sibling rotifer species. Limnol. Ocean. 44: 1511-1523.
  • Aparici, E., M.J. Carmona & M. Serra (2001). Variability for mixis initiation in Brachionus plicatilis . Hydrobiologia 446/447: 45-50.
  • Snell, T.W., B.J. Dingmann, & M. Serra (2001). Density-dependent regulation of natural populations. Hydrobiologia 446/447: 39-44.
  • Snell, T.W., & M. Serra (2000). Using probability of extinction to evaluate the ecological significance of toxicant effects. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 19: 2357-2363.
  • Ricci, C, M. Serra & T. Snell (2000). Small, beatiful and sexy: what rotifers tell us about ecology and evolution. Trends Ecol. Evol. (News and Comment) 15: 220-221.
  • Calsina, A., J.M. Mazón & M. Serra (2000). A mathematical model for the phase of sexual reproduction in monogonont rotifers. J. Math. Biol. 40: 451-471.
  • Ortells, R., T.W. Snell, A. Gómez & M. Serra (2000). Patterns of genetic differentiation in resting egg banks of a rotifer species complex in Spain. Archiv. Hydrobiol. 149: 529-551.
 
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