Rubén Torices, PhD, is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Department of Ecology and Evolution in the University of Lausanne and at the Department of Evolutionary and Functional Ecology in the Experimental Station of Arid Zones (CSIC).
I am a biologist formed at the University of Granada. My main scientific interest focuses on plant-animal interactions, specially in those concerning pollination and the evolutionary consequences of these. Read more
There are increased interests in studies of invasive species due to possibilities of some invaders having strong negative impacts on natives.
To assess the phenotypic variation in flower shape occurring in several species of Erysimum, we apply landmark-based geometric morphometrics tools. People interested in a more technical and methodological explanation of geometric morphometrics can visit the Stony Brook Morphometric website. Read more
One outstanding and unsolved challenge in ecology and evolutionary biology is to understand how pollinator diversity affects plant performance and fitness, and to discover the reasons why generalization is so frequent in nature. Read more
Juan Lorite Moreno, PhD, is associate professor at the Department of Botany in the University of Granada. Read more
Mohamed Abdelaziz, PhD, is Young Researcher at the Department of Genetics in the University of Granada. Read more
José María Gómez, PhD, is full professor at the Department of Ecology in the University of Granada. Currently he is at the Department of Evolutionary and Functional Ecology in the Experimental Station of Arid Zones (CSIC). Read more
Francisco Perfectti, PhD, is professor at the Department of Genetics in the University of Granada.