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Urcelay, Roberto Carlos

Investigador Independiente CONICET. Profesor Titular de la UNC

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

Títulos: Doctor en Ciencias Biológicas, Magíster en Educación en Ciencias y Biólogo

Área: SISTEMÁTICA, TAXONOMÍA Y FLORÍSTICA. Línea de Investigación: Micología

Resumen de proyecto de investigación

Investigaciones sobre las diversidad de hongos y sus relaciones con la composición de las comunidades vegetales y los procesos ecosistémicos. En general, los estudios se enmarcan en contextos de cambios ambientales, tales como los cambios en el uso de la tierra y las invasiones biológicas.

Publicaciones (últimos cinco años)

Grümberg B., C. Urcelay, M. A. Shroeder, S. Vargas-Gil& C. M. Luna. 2015. The role of inoculum identity in drought stress mitigation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soybean. Biology and Fertility of Soils51: 1-10.

Lugo M., K. Reinhart, E. Menoyo, E. Crespo & C. Urcelay. 2015. Plant functional traits and phylogenetic relatedness explain variation in associations with root fungal endophytes in an extreme arid environment. Mycorrhiza25: 85-95.

Grilli G, Urcelay C, Galetto L., Davison J., Vasar M., Saks Ü, Jairus T. and Öpik M. 2015. The composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in the roots of a ruderal forb is not related to the forest fragmentation process. Environmental Microbiology17: 2709-2720.

Gallo A.L., G.L. Robledo, M. Landi & C. Urcelay. 2015. Evaluación de la restauración de la diversidad fúngica en un área reforestada con Polylepis australis(Rosaceae): un estudio de caso. Ecología Austral25: 192-203.

Tecco P., A. Pais-Bosch, G. Funes, P. Marcora, S. Zeballos, M. Cabido, & C. Urcelay. 2016. Mountain invasions on the way: are there climatic constraints for the expansion of alien woody species along an elevation gradient in Argentina? Journal of Plant Ecology9: 380-392.

Lipoma M.L., Gurvich D.E., Urcelay, C. & Díaz, S. 2016. Plant community resilience in the face of fire: experimental evidence from a semi-arid shrubland. Austral Ecology41: 501-511.

Huygens D, Díaz S, Urcelay C& Boeckx P. 2016. Microbial recycling of dissolved organic matter confines plant nitrogen uptake to inorganic forms in a semi-arid ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry101: 142-151.

Karst J & Urcelay C. 2016. Introduction to special issue: Mycorrhizas and Global Change. Botany94: v-vi.

Piloni, RV, Brunetti V, Urcelay C, Daga IC, Moyano EL. 2017. Chemical properties of biosilica and bio-oil derived from fast pyrolysis of Melosira variansJournal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 127: 402-410.

Urcelay, C.,Longo, S., Geml, J., Tecco P. & Nouhra E. 2017. Co-invasive exotic pines and their ectomycorrhizal symbionts show capabilities for wide distance and altitudinal range expansionFungal Ecology 25: 50-58.

Cofré, N, Ferrari A, Becerra, Domínguez L, Wall L & Urcelay C. 2017. Effects of cropping systems under no-till agriculture on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Argentinean Pampas. Soil Use and Management33: 364-378.

Robledo G. & Urcelay C. 2017. Kavinia chacoserranasp. nov. (Gomphales, Basidiomycota): a new species from South America based on morphological and molecular data. Mycosphere8: 1028-1034.

Gómez-Montoya, N., Drechsler-Santos, E.R., Ferreira-Lopes, V., Tomšovský, M., Urcelay, C., Robledo, G.L. 2017. New insights on TrametopsisTomšovský (Polyporales gäum) based on phylogenetic evidence and morphological analyses of neotropical species. Phytotaxa 311: 155-167.

Morera G, Robledo G, Ferreira-Lopes V & Urcelay C. 2017. South American Fomitiporia (Hymenochaetaceae, Basidiomycota) ‘jump on’ exotic living trees revealed by multi-gene phylogenetic analysis. Phytotaxa321: 277-286.

Grilli G, Longo S, Huais PY, Pereyra M, Verga EG, Urcelay C, Galetto. 2017. Fungal diversity at fragmented landscapes: synthesis and future perspectives. Current Opinion in Microbiology37: 161-165.

Hernández Caffot ML, Hosaka K., Domínguez LS & Urcelay C. 2018. Molecular and morphological data validate the new combination of Lysurus sphaerocephalum from Argentina, with some additional records on Phallales (Agaricomycetes)Mycologia 110: 419-433.

Alves CR, Urcelay C. &  da Silvera, R.M. 2018. Indicator species and community structure of gasteroid fungi (Agaricomycetes, Basidiomycota) in ecosystems of the Atlantic Forest in southern Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Botany41: 641–651

Marcora PI, Ferreras AE, Zeballos SR, Funes G, Longo S, Urcelay C, Tecco PA. 2018. Context-dependent effects of fire and browsing on woody alien invasion in mountain ecosystems. Oecologia. 188: 479-490.

Cofré, N. Urcelay C,Wall LG, Domínguez L, Becerra A. 2018. El potencial de colonización micorrícico-arbuscular varía entre prácticas agrícolas y sitios en diferentes áreas geográficas de la Región Pampeana. Ecología Austral 28: 581-592.

Urcelay, C.,Longo, S., Geml, J., & Tecco, P. A. 2019. Can arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from non-invaded montane ecosystems facilitate the growth of alien trees?.Mycorrhiza, 29:39-49.

Poca, M., Coomans, O., Urcelay, C., Zeballos, S. R., Bodé, S., & Boeckx, P. 2019. Isotope fractionation during root water uptake by Acacia cavenis enhanced by arbuscular mycorrhizas. Plant and Soil, 441: 485-497.

Longo, S., Nouhra, E., Tecco, P. A., & Urcelay, C.2020. Functional stability of mycorrhizal interactions in woody natives and aliens facing fire disturbance. Plant Ecology 221: 321-331.

Marro, N., Cofré, N., Grilli, G., Alvarez, C., Labuckas, D., Maestri, D., & Urcelay, C. 2020. Soybean yield, protein content and oil quality in response to interaction of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and native microbial populations from mono-and rotation-cropped soils. Applied Soil Ecology,152: 103575.

Urcelay, C. & Austin A. 2020. Exotic plants get a little help from their friends. Science368: 934-936.

Motato-Vásquez, V., Gugliotta, A. M., Rajchenberg, M., Catania, M., Urcelay, C., & Robledo, G. 2020. New insights on Bjerkandera (Phanerochaetaceae, Polyporales) in the Neotropics with description of Bjerkandera albocinerea based on morphological and molecular evidence. Plant Ecology and Evolution, 153: 229-245.

Borda, V., Cofré N., Longo S., Grilli G. & Urcelay C. 2020. El “siempreverde” (Ligustrum lucidum) ¿altera la composición de las comunidades de hongos micorrícicos arbusculares en el chaco serrano? Ecología Austral 30: 282-294.

Robledo, GL, Palacio M, Urcelay C, Vasco-Palacios AM, Crespo E, Popoff O, Põldmaa K, Ryvarden L & Costa-Rezende DH. 2020. Mystery unveiled: Diacanthodes Singer – a lineage within the core polyporoid clade. Systematics and Biodiversity 18:6, 538-556.

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