Mariano Devoto
Mariano Devoto
Adjunct Professor in Botany, Faculty of Agronomy, University of Buenos Aires
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Why nestedness in mutualistic networks?
E Burgos, H Ceva, RPJ Perazzo, M Devoto, D Medan, M Zimmermann, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 249 (2), 307-313, 2007
2472007
Understanding and planning ecological restoration of plant–pollinator networks
M Devoto, S Bailey, P Craze, J Memmott
Ecology letters 15 (4), 319-328, 2012
1392012
Patterns of interaction between plants and pollinators along an environmental gradient
M Devoto, D Medan, NH Montaldo
Oikos 109 (3), 461-472, 2005
1152005
Plant-pollinator relationships at two altitudes in the Andes of Mendoza, Argentina
D Medan, NH Montaldo, M Devoto, A Maniese, V Vasellati, GG Roitman, ...
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 34 (3), 233-241, 2002
1052002
The ‘night shift’: nocturnal pollen‐transport networks in a boreal pine forest
M Devoto, S Bailey, J Memmott
Ecological Entomology 36 (1), 25-35, 2011
782011
Connectance of species interaction networks and conservation value: is it any good to be well connected?
R Heleno, M Devoto, M Pocock
Ecological indicators 14 (1), 7-10, 2012
652012
Measuring generalization and connectance in temperate, year-long active systems
D Medan, AM Basilio, M Devoto, NJ Bartoloni, JP Torretta, T Petanidou
Plant–pollinator interactions: from specialization to generalization, 245-259, 2006
592006
Analysis and assembling of network structure in mutualistic systems
D Medan, RPJ Perazzo, M Devoto, E Burgos, MG Zimmermann, H Ceva, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 246 (3), 510-521, 2007
532007
Visualising bipartite networks and calculating some (ecological) indices
CF Dormann, J Fruend, B Gruber
Bipartite Reference Manual, 1-73, 2009
382009
Patterns of species turnover in plant‐pollinator communities along a precipitation gradient in Patagonia (Argentina)
M Devoto, D Medan, A ROIG‐ALSINA, NH Montaldo
Austral Ecology 34 (8), 848-857, 2009
362009
Mixed hummingbird: Long‐proboscid‐fly pollination in ‘ornithophilous’Embothrium coccineum (Proteaceae) along a rainfall gradient in Patagonia, Argentina
M Devoto, NH Montaldo, D Medan
Austral Ecology 31 (4), 512-519, 2006
352006
Predicting the consequences of disperser extinction: richness matters the most when abundance is low
B Rumeu, M Devoto, A Traveset, JM Olesen, P Vargas, M Nogales, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (10), 1910-1920, 2017
322017
Two classes of bipartite networks: nested biological and social systems
E Burgos, H Ceva, L Hernández, RPJ Perazzo, M Devoto, D Medan
Physical Review E 78 (4), 046113, 2008
252008
Robustness of plant-flower visitor webs to simulated climate change
M Devoto, M Zimmermann, D Medan
Ecología Austral 17 (1), 037-050, 2007
252007
Ecological meta‐networks integrate spatial and temporal dynamics of plant–bumble bee interactions
M Devoto, S Bailey, J Memmott
Oikos 123 (6), 714-720, 2014
212014
Effects of grazing disturbance on the reproduction of a perennial herb, Cypella herbertii (Lindl.) Herb.(Iridaceae)
M Devoto, D Medan
Plant Systematics and Evolution 243 (3), 165-173, 2004
212004
Effect of temporal data aggregation on the perceived structure of a quantitative plant–floral visitor network
A Sajjad, S Saeed, M Ali, FZA Khan, YJ Kwon, M Devoto
Entomological Research 47 (6), 380-387, 2017
142017
Reproductive ecology of a perennial outcrosser with a naturally dissected distribution
D Medan, M Devoto
Plant Systematics and Evolution 254 (3), 173-184, 2005
142005
EXPECTED MATING SYSTEM, FLORAL DIVERSITY AND FLOWER VISITORS OF FIVE SPECIES OF IRIDACEAE OF THE ARGENTINE PAMPAS/Sistema de apareamiento esperado, diversidad floral y …
M Devoto, D Medan
Acta Botanica Venezuelica, 425-434, 2008
112008
EXPECTED MATING SYSTEM, FLORAL DIVERSITY AND FLOWER VISITORS OF FIVE SPECIES OF IRIDACEAE OF THE ARGENTINE PAMPAS/Sistema de apareamiento esperado, diversidad floral y …
M Devoto, D Medan
Acta Botanica Venezuelica, 425-434, 2008
112008
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