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Resumenes españoles de articulos seleccionados

Mendieta G & Zotz G. 2015. A conceptual framework for the analysis of vascular epiphyte assemblages. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17:510-521. (Resumen)

Wagner K, Mendieta-Leiva G & Zotz G. 2015. Host specificity in vascular epiphytes: a review of methodology, empirical evidence and potential mechanisms. AoB PLANTS, doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plu092. (Resumen)


Correa S & Zotz G. 2014. The influence of collecting date, temperature
and moisture regimes on the germination of epiphytic bromeliads. Seed
Science Research
24: 353–363. (Resumen)

Einzmann HJR, Beyschlag J, Hofhansl F, Wanek W & Zotz G. 2014. Host tree phenology affects vascular epiphytes at the physiological, demographic and community level. AoB Plants 6: plu073. doi:10.1093/aobpla/plu073 (Resumen)

Manzano ED, Andrade JL, Zotz G & Reyes-García C. 2014. Epiphytic orchids in tropical dry forests of Yucatan, Mexico – Species occurrence, abundance and correlations with host tree characteristics and environmental conditions. Flora 209: 100–109. (Resumen)

Zotz G, Mendieta Leiva G & Wagner K. 2014. Vascular epiphytes at the 
treeline – composition of species assemblages and population biology. 
Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 209: 
385-390. (Resumen)


Bader MY, Reich T, Wagner S, González González AS & Zotz G. 2013. Differences in desiccation tolerance do not explain altitudinal distribution patterns of tropical bryophytes. Journal of Bryology 35: 47-56. (Resumen)

Meisner K & Zotz G. 2013. Heteroblasty in bromeliads - Anatomical, morphological and physiological changes in ontogeny are not related to the change from atmospheric to tank form. Functional Plant Biology 40: 251-262. (Resumen)

Wagner S, Zotz G, Salazar Allen N & Bader MY. 2013. Altitudinal changes in temperature responses of net photosynthesis and dark respiration in tropical bryophytes. Annals of Botany 111: 455-465. (Resumen)

Zotz G. 2013. The systematic distribution of vascular epiphytes - a critical update. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 171: 453-481. (Resumen)

Zotz G & Winkler U. 2013. Aerial roots of epiphytic orchids: The velamen radicum and its role in water and nutrient uptake. Oecologia 171: 733-741. (Resumen)


Poltz K & Zotz G. 2011. Vascular Epiphytes on Isolates Pasture Trees Along a Rainfall Gradient in the Lowlands of Panama. Biotropica 43:165-172. (Resumen)

Wester S & Zotz G. 2011. Seed comas of bromeliads promote germination and early seedling growth by wick-like water uptake. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27:115-119. (Resumen)

Zotz G, Bogusch W, Hietz P & Ketteler N. 2011. Growth of epiphytic bromeliads in a changing world: The effect of elevated CO2 and varying water and nutrient supply. Acta Oecologica 36: 659-665. (Resumen)


Bader MY, Zotz G & Lange OL. 2010. How to minimize the sampling effort for obtaining reliable estimates of diel and annual CO2 budgets in lichens. The Lichenologist 42: 97-111. (Resumen)

Wester S & Zotz G. 2010. Growth and survival of Tillandsia flexuosa on electrical cables in Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26: 123-126. (Resumen)

Winkler U & Zotz G. 2010. 'And then there were three' highly efficient uptake of potassium by foliar trichomes of epiphytic bromeliads. Annals of Botany 106: 421-427. (Resumen)

Zotz G & Asshoff R. 2010. Growth in epiphytic bromeliads: response to the relative supply of phosphorus and nitrogen. Plant Biology 12: 108-113. (Resumen)


Bader MY, Menke G & Zotz G. 2009. Pronounced drought tolerance characterizes the early life stages of the epiphytic bromeliad Tillandsia flexuosa. Functional Ecology 23: 472-479. (Resumen)


Zotz G. 2008. Growth in the xerophytic epiphyte, Tillandsia flexuosa. Ecotropica 15: 7-12. (Resumen)

Zotz G & Reuter N. 2008. The effect of exposure to sea water on germination and vegetative growth of an epiphytic bromeliad. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25: 311-319. (Resumen)

Zotz G & Schultz S. 2008. The vascular epiphytes of a lowland forest in Panama - species composition and spatial structure. Plant Ecology 195: 131-141. (Resumen)