Javier Valverde is now a rookie Doctor in Biology. He obtained his PhD in the University of Granada the past 9th of June, 2017. His PhD dissertation was entitled “Structured generalization: Evolutionary dynamics at a fine spatial scale in a generalist system” (“Generalización Estructurada: Dinámica Evolutiva a Escala Espacial Fina en un Sistema Generalista”).
We have just published a paper in Scientific Reports about the maintenance of the fine scale (< 20m) genetic structure in Erysimum mediohispanicum. Read more
Included in Annals of Botany‘s special issue on developmental robustness and species diversity, our papers nalyzes the role of pollinators in the evolution of the phenotypic variation, disparity and integration of the corolla shape of 111 Brassicaceae taxa. Read more
Our paper “The temporal dimension in individual-based plant pollination networks” has been published in Oikos. In this paper we present the temporal changes occurring in a pollination network established between individuals of the extremely generalist herb Erysimum mediohispanicum (Brassicaceae). Read more
It is now like a tradition to travel Morocco in February to sampling some crucifers. This year was not exception and we spent a week traveling ~ 4000 km from Granada to South Morocco and back. Read more
Ecological and genetic processes producing speciation: the interplay between hybridization, poliploidy, and local adaptation in generalist plants. A scientific project funded by the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad.
Evolution in Generalist Universes (UNIGEN) is a scientific project funded by the Ministry of economy and Innovation
Structured Generalization: evolutionary dynamics at fine spatial scales in a generalist system – A scientific project funded by the Ministry of Economy and Innovation Read more
Implementación de técnicas para la identificación de especies en linajes con separación incompleta: Entendiendo y conservando la biodiversidad is a scientific project funded by Junta de Andalucía
Mechanisms of speciation in plants associated to mating system transitions (TransSpeciation) is a scientific project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Innovation.