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Galetto, Leonardo

 Investigador Superior CONICET. Profesor Titular FCEFyN-UNC

E-mail: leo@imbiv.unc.edu.ar

Títulos: Biólogo, Dr en Ciencias Biológicas

Área: ECOLOGÍA. Línea de Investigación: Biodiversidad de Agro-EcosistemasInteracciones Ecológicas y Conservación

Resumen de proyecto de investigación

El programa de investigación que desarrollamos en socio-agroecosistemas se enfoca en articular nuevo conocimiento sobre distintos procesos ecológicos, las buenas prácticas agrarias, mejores rendimientos en los cultivos y la conservación de la biodiversidad, tendiente a promover un ordenamiento del territorio y cambios en la ética ambiental. El necesario cambio de percepción de los distintos actores sociales sobre los socio-agroecosistemas que se utilizan para la producción agraria, requiere que se enfaticen los beneficios de conservar la biodiversidad y que se visualice el vínculo indisoluble entre humanos y ambiente. Además, intentamos articular la coproducción del conocimiento desarrollado con productores, técnicos y gestores con los tomadores de decisiones, a través de distintas propuestas de conservación o valorización de la biodiversidad existente en el paisaje que incrementan los beneficios de los ecosistemas a la sociedad. 

Publicaciones (últimos 5 años)

Wanderley, A.M., Galetto, L.,Machado, I.C.  Functional decoupling between flowers and leaves in the Ameroglossum pernambucensecomplex can facilitate local adaptation across a pollinator and climatic heterogeneous landscape. (2016) Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29: 528–540.

Castello LV, Barfuss MHJ, Till W, Galetto L, Chiapella JO. Disentangling the Tillandsia capillaris complex: phylogenetic relationships and taxon boundaries in Andean populations. (2016) Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 181(3):391–414.

Dicks, L. V., Viana, B., Bommarco, R., Brosi, B., del Coro Arizmendi, M., Cunningham, S. A., Galetto, L., Hill, R., Lopes, A.V., Pires, C., Taki, H. & Potts, S.G. Ten policies for pollinators. (2016) Science 354 (6315), 975-976.

Díaz Vélez, C.; Ferreras, AE; Silva, W; Galetto, L. Does avian gut passage favour seed germination of woody species of the Chaco Serrano woodland in Argentina? (2017) Botany95(5), 493-501.

Grilli G, Longo S, Huais PY, Pereyra M, Verga E, Urcelay C, Galetto L. Fungal diversity at fragmented landscapes: a synthetic review and future perspectives.(2017) Current Opinion in Microbiology 37, 161-165. 

Ferreira F, Torres C, Bracamonte E, Galetto L. Effects of herbicide glyphosate on non-target plant native species form Chaco forests from Argentina. (2017) Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 144 (2017) 360–368.

Ernesto G. Verga, Hilda L. Sánchez Hümöller, Susana I. Peluc & Leonardo Galetto. Forest fragmentation negatively affects common bird species in subtropical fragmented forests,(2017) Emu – Austral Ornithology117(4), 359-369. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01584197.2017.1361789.

Wanderley A., Sobreira MachadoIC, Mendonca de Almeida E, Pessoa FelixL., Galetto L, BenkoIseppon AM, Sork VL. The roles of geography and environment in divergence within and between two closely related plant species inhabiting an island-like habitat. (2018) Journal of Biogeography45:381–393 (DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13137).

Galetto L, Araujo FP, Grilli G, Amarilla LD, Torres C, Sazima M. Flower trade-offs derived from nectar investment in female reproduction of two Nicotiana species (Solanaceae). (2018) Acta Botanica Brasilica 32(3):473-478 (DOI 10.1590/0102-33062018abb0121).

Ollerton et al. The diversity and evolution of pollination systems in large plant clades: Apocynaceae as a case study. (2018) Annals of Botany 123(2), 311-325 (DOI 10.1093/aob/mcy127).

Cavalcante MC, GalettoL, Maues MM, Pacheco Filho AJ, Bomfim IGA, Freitas BM. Nectar production dynamics and daily pattern of pollinator visits in Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa Bonpl.) plantations in Central Amazon: implications for fruit production.(2018) Apidologie 49:505–516 (DOI: 10.1007/s13592-018-0578-y).

Imhof L, Suarez MA, Hick EC, Cáceres N, Matoff EE, Galetto L. Selection of ornamental Glandularia hybrids potentially used as pot or bedding plants.(2018)Eur. J. Hortic. Sci.83(3), 135–141.

Galetto L., Garibaldi L & Aizen M. El valor de los polinizadores. (2018) Investigación y Ciencia (Barcelona, España): 503: 34-40.

Cáceres N, Imhof L, Suarez MA, Hick EC, Galetto L. Assessing native germoplasmfor extensive green roof systems of semiarid regions. (2018) Ornamental Horticulture 24(4): 466-476.

Zhang, W.et al. Systems thinking: an approach for understanding ‘eco-agri-food systems’. (2018) In TEEB for Agriculture & Food: Scientific and Economic Foundations´report (ISBN 978-92-807-3702-8). Geneva: UN Environment. Chapter 2, 17-54 (PDF) Systems thinking: an approach for understanding ‘eco-agri-food systems’. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331385701_Systems_thinking_an_approach_for_understanding_%27eco-agri-food_systems%27

Imhof L, Suárez MA, Cáceres N, Matoff EE, Facciuto G, Hick EC, Galetto L. Field trial survey and breeder perceptions to select between ornamental Glandularia hybrids. (2019) Plant Genetic Resources17(1), 54-61.

Pereyra M, Pol R, Galetto L. Ant community patterns in highly fragmented Chaco forests of central Argentina. (2019) Austral Ecology44: 668-679. 

Hill R, Nates-ParraG, Quezada-Euán JJ, Buchori D, LeBuhn G, Maués MM, Pert PL, Kwapong PK, Saeed S, Breslow SJ, Carneiro da Cunha M, Dicks LV, Galetto L, Gikungu M, Howlett BG, Imperatriz-Fonseca VL, Lyver PO, Martín-López B, Oteros-Roza E, Potts SG, Roué M. Biocultural approaches to pollinator conservation. (2019) Nature Sustainability 2: 214–222.

Verga EG, Sánchez Hümoller HL , Vergara-Tabares DL , Galetto L , Peluc SI. Importancia para la conservación de las aves de un relicto de bosque en la región fitogeográfica del Espinal, Argentina. (2019) Neotropical Biology and Conservation14(@): 1–@. https://doi.org/10.3897/neotropical.@.e37920.

Suárez M; Galetto L; Cáceres N; Hick E; Matoff E; Imhof L. Performance of Native Plant Genotypes (Glandularia-Verbenaceae) on Semi-Intensive Green Roofs With Low Maintenance Requirements. (2019) Cities and the Environment (CATE): Vol. 12: Iss. 2, Article 3. Available at: https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cate/vol12/iss2/3.

Galetto L. Torres C, Martínez Pastur G. Variable retention harvesting: conceptual analysis according to different environmental ethics and forest valuation. (2019) Ecological Processes8:40. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13717-019-0195-3.

Mastrángelo MEet al. Key knowledge gaps to achieve global sustainability goals. (2019) Nature Sustainability (DOI: 10.1038/s41893-019-0412-1, https://www.nature.com/articles/s41893-019-0412-1).

Galetto L & Torres C. Pollination in socio-agroecosystems: recommendations to preserve the diversity of pollinators. (2020) The International Journal of Plant Reproductive Biology12(1):.38-43. DOI 10.14787/ijprb.2020 12.1.

Wanderley A., dos Santos EKR, Galetto L, Benko Iseppon AM, Sobreira Machado IC. Pollen flow within and among isolated populations of two rare, self-compatible plant species from inselbergs of Northeast Brazil. (2020) Plant Ecology(in press).

Postacheff CM, ·de Brito VLG,  Galetto L, Sebbenn AM, Oliveira PE. Nectar features, diurnal and nocturnal pollinators, and male ftness in Qualea grandifora(Vochysiaceae). (2020) Plant Systematics and Evolution 306 (in press).

J Hipólito, D O Nunes, C Angel-Coca, T Mahlmann, L Galetto, BF Viana. Performance, Effectiveness, and Efficiency of Honeybees as Pollinators of Coffea arabica(Gentianales, Rubiaceae). (2020) Neotropical Entomology (in press)

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