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Magnolia Perezfarrerae, a new species and a key to mexican species of magnolia (section Talauma, subsection Talauma, Magnoliaceae)
Vázquez García, José Antonio ; Gómez Domínguez, Héctor (coaut.) ; López Cruz, Angelita (coaut.) ; Espinosa Jiménez, Josefa Anahí (coaut.) ; Sahagún Godínez, Eduardo (coaut.) ; Muñiz Castro, Miguel Ángel (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Botanical Sciences Vol. 91, no. 4 (diciembre 2013), p. 417-425 ISSN: 2007-4298
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53699-10 (Disponible)
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Se describe e ilustra una nueva especie de Magnolia del oriente de la Selva Zoque de Chiapas, México. Magnolia perezfarrerae pertenece a la sección Talauma, subsección Talauma, difiere de M. equatorialis por sus láminas foliares de menor tamaño, elípticas en lugar de lanceoladas; pecíolos más largos y ápice carpelar mucho más corto. A diferencia de las especies mexicanas conocidas de la subsección Talauma, las porciones abaxiales de sus numerosos carpelos se desprenden en varias masas grandes e irregulares, característica compartida con varias especies de Magnolia del Amazonas. Las flores son usadas y valoradas por la cultura Zoque para propósito medicinal.

Resumen en inglés

A new rainforest species of Magnolia , from the eastern Selva Zoque of Chiapas, Mexico, is described and illustrated. Magnolia perezfarrerae belongs to section Talauma , subsection Talauma . It differs from M. equatorialis in having shorter leaf blades that are elliptic rather than lanceolate, longer petioles, and much shorter apices of the carpels. Unlike any published Mexican species of subsection Talauma , this new species presents a circumcissile dehiscence with abaxial portions of carpels detaching in large irregular and united many-carpelled masses, a trait shared with several Amazonian Magnolia . The fl owers are used and valued by the Zoque culture for medicinal purposes.


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*En hemeroteca, SIBE-San Cristóbal
Magnolia mayae (Magnoliaceae), a new species from Chiapas, Mexico
Vázquez García, José Antonio ; Pérez Farrera, Miguel Ángel (coaut.) ; Martínez Meléndez, Nayely (coaut.) ; Nieves Hernández, Gregorio (coaut.) ; Muñiz Castro, Miguel Ángel (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Botanical Sciences Vol. 90, no. 2 (junio 2012), p. 109-112
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal
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SIBE San Cristóbal
51482-10 (Disponible)
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Se describe e ilustra una especie nueva de Magnolia de Chiapas, México. Se proporciona un cuadro de caracteres morfológicos que contrasta las especies de Magnolia Sect. Magnolia de Chiapas. Magnolia mayae es similar a M. grandiflora, pero difiere de ésta última en tener hojas más largas, menos coriáceas y abaxialmente glabras vs abaxialmente densamente ferrugíneo pubescentes; flores más pequeñas con menos de la mitad de estambres y con menor número de carpelos.

Resumen en inglés

A new species of Masnolia from Chiapas, Mexico is described and illustrated. A table of morphological characters contrasting species of Magnolia Sect. Magnolia in Chiapas is provided. Magnolia mayae is similar to M. grandiflora, but it differs from the latter in having longer leaves, less coriaceous and abaxially glabrous vs abaxially densely ferrugineous pubescent; smaller flowers with less than half of the stament, and a smaller number of carpels.


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Future scenarios for tropical montane and south temperate forest biodiversity in Latin America
Miles, L. ; Newton, Adrian C. (autor) ; Álvarez Aquino, Claudia (autora) ; Armesto Zamudio, Juan José (autor) (1953-) ; Del Castillo Sánchez, Rafael Felipe (autor) ; Cayuela Delgado, Luis (autor) ; Echeverría, Cristian (autor) ; González Espinosa, Mario (autor) (1950-) ; Lara Aguilar, Antonio (autor) ; López Barrera, Fabiola (autor) ; Manson, Robert H. (autor) ; Montoya Gómez, Guillermo (autor) ; Muñiz Castro, Miguel Ángel (autor) ; Núñez Ávila, Mariela C. (autora) ; Pedraza Pérez, Rosa Amelia (autora) ; Rey Benayas, José María (autor) ; Rovene, A. E. (coaut.) ; Rüger, N. (coaut.) ; Smith Ramírez, Cecilia (autora) ; Souto, C. (coaut.) ; Williams Linera, Guadalupe (coaut.) ;
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Contenido en: Biodiversity loss and conservation in fragmented forest landscapes: the forests of montane Mexico and temperate south America / edited by A. C. Newton Oxford, England, United Kingdom : CAB International, 2007 p. 370-397 ISBN:184-5932-61-7 :: 978-184-5932-61-9
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35865-30 (Disponible)
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35865-20 (Disponible)
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Plant diversity in highly fragmented forest landscapes in Mexico and Chile: implications for conservation
Rey Benayas, José María (autor) ; Cayuela Delgado, Luis (autor) ; González Espinosa, Mario (autor) (1950-) ; Echeverría, Cristian (autor) ; Manson, Robert H. (autor) ; Williams Linera, Guadalupe (autora) ; Del Castillo Sánchez, Rafael Felipe (autor) ; Ramírez Marcial, Neptalí (autor) (1963-) ; Muñiz Castro, Miguel Ángel (autor) ; Blanco Macías, A. (coaut.) ; Lara Aguilar, Antonio (autor) ; Newton, Adrian C. (autor) ;
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Contenido en: Biodiversity loss and conservation in fragmented forest landscapes: the forests of montane Mexico and temperate South America / edited by A. C. Newton Oxford, England, United Kingdom : CAB International, 2007 p. 43-68 ISBN:184-5932-61-7 :: 978-184-5932-61-9
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37200-30 (Disponible)
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37200-20 (Disponible)
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Research addressed a range of issues relating to the regional determinants of species diversity, the effects of fragmentation and human disturbance on tree diversity at different spatial scales, changes of diversity along secondary succession after deforestation, and plausible future scenarios of species decline associated with continued habitat loss across a variety of ecological and socio-economic conditions in Latin America. This analysis was performed using different woody vegetation datasets in combination with various field measurements, remote sensing and GIS data. Regionally, climatic factors emerged as primary predictors of tree diversity. At finer scales, fragmentation and human disturbance better explained patterns of species diversity. These effects were, however, dependent on the time after fragmentation occurred. In the short term, habitat fragmentation was not likely to reduce the overall diversity of a fragment, but could have a slight positive effect on local diversity within fragments. Moreover, we detected a negative effect of human disturbance that far outweighed the effects of fragmentation at this scale. In the long term, however, fragmentation was found to significantly reduce the overall diversity of forest remnants.

Patterns of diversity along chronosequences of abandoned pastures and croplands were consistent across all study areas in Mexico and suggested that vegetation structure and community composition gradually come to mirror those of mature forests. However, species richness strongly depended upon the functional type under consideration. Using ground-based floristic inventories and forest loss rates derived from satellite imagery, we estimated the percentage of species most likely to disappear, or at least become ser iously threatened with extirpation, assuming continued habitat loss until 2025. Alarmingly, the predicted species decline in the Highlands of Chiapas was over 40% using estimated yearly deforestation rates of 4.8%.


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Restoration of forest ecosystems in fragmented landscapes of temperate and montane tropical Latin America
González Espinosa, Mario (autor) (1950-) ; Ramírez Marcial, Neptalí (autor) (1963-) ; Newton, Adrian C. (autora) ; Rey Benayas, José María (autor) ; Camacho Cruz, M. (coaut.) ; Armesto Zamudio, Juan José (autor) (1953-) ; Lara Aguilar, Antonio (autor) ; Premoli, A. C. (coaut.) ; Williams Linera, Guadalupe (autora) ; Altamirano Bautista, Adriana (autor) ; Álvarez Aquino, Claudia (autora) ; Cortés, M. (coaut.) ; Echeverría, Cristian (autor) ; Galindo Jaimes, Luis (autor) ; Muñiz Castro, Miguel Ángel (autor) ; Núñez Ávila, Mariela C. (autora) ; Pedraza Pérez, Rosa Amelia (autor) ; Rovere, A. E. (coaut.) ; Smith Ramírez, Cecilia (autora) ; Thiers, O. (coaut.) ; Zamorano Elgueta, Carlos Patricio (autor) ;
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Contenido en: Biodiversity loss and conservation in fragmented forest landscapes: the forests of montane Mexico and temperate south America / edited by A. C. Newton Oxford, England, United Kingdom : CAB International, 2007 p. 335-369 ISBN:184-5932-61-7 :: 978-184-5932-61-9
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Temperate and tropical montane forests in Latin America represent a major natural resource at both regional and national levels for a number of reasons – biological, climatic, economic, cultural. Native tree species in these forests share conservation problems because of deforestation, habitat degradation, overall biodiversity loss and integrity of landscape structure. However, literature on forest restoration research and practices in these ecosystems is scanty and dispersed. We integrate forest restoration experiences aimed at a variety of purposes that allow us to gain insight over several years under contrasting ecological, social and economic conditions in six study regions: the Argentinian Andes, the IX and X Regions in Chile (including northern Chiloé Island), and central Veracruz and the central and northern Highlands of Chiapas (Mexico). By comparing analogous conditions and highlighting differences among the study sites, current pitfalls can be identified and used to define a minimum set of elements to be considered in a protocol for restoration practices. The restoration studies reviewed here include a wide variety of ecological and socio-economic circumstances that allow the identification of broad guidelines, criteria and indicators for planning, implementing and monitoring ecological restoration programmes. We conclude with statements that suggest approaches, strategies and concrete actions that might be considered as lessons learned and inputs for best practice in forest restoration research and programmes conducted in other developing regions.


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Distance effect from cloud forest fragments on plant community structure in abandoned pastures in Veracruz, Mexico
Muñiz Castro, Miguel Ángel ; Williams Linera, Guadalupe (coaut.) ; Rey Benayas, José María (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Journal of Tropical Ecology Vol. 22, no. 4 (July 2006 ), p. 431-440 ISSN: 0266-4674
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B9157 (Disponible)
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