Vicente Polo Sacristán
Vicente Polo Sacristán
University Teacher, Dept. Biology & Geology (URJC), Madrid, Spain
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Plant species richness and ecosystem multifunctionality in global drylands
FT Maestre, JL Quero, NJ Gotelli, A Escudero, V Ochoa, ...
Science 335 (6065), 214-218, 2012
5772012
Decoupling of soil nutrient cycles as a function of aridity in global drylands
M Delgado-Baquerizo, FT Maestre, A Gallardo, MA Bowker, ...
Nature 502 (7473), 672, 2013
3132013
Sources of individual shy–bold variations in antipredator behaviour of male Iberian rock lizards
P López, D Hawlena, V Polo, L Amo, J Martín
Animal Behaviour 69 (1), 1-9, 2005
1532005
Experimentally increased testosterone affects social rank and primary sex ratio in the spotless starling
JP Veiga, J Viñuela, PJ Cordero, JM Aparicio, V Polo
Hormones and Behavior 46 (1), 47-53, 2004
1212004
Status signalling, metabolic rate and body mass in the siskin: the cost of being a subordinate
JC Senar, V Polo, F Uribe, M Camerino
Animal Behaviour 59 (1), 103-110, 2000
802000
Shaping the body mass distribution of Passeriformes: habitat use and body mass are evolutionarily and ecologically related
V Polo, LM Carrascal
Journal of Animal Ecology 68 (2), 324-337, 1999
661999
Fitness consequences of increased testosterone levels in female spotless starlings
JP Veiga, V Polo
The American Naturalist 172 (1), 42-53, 2008
632008
Balancing the thermal costs and benefits of refuge use to cope with persistent attacks from predators: a model and an experiment with an alpine lizard
V Polo, P López, J Martín
Evolutionary Ecology Research 7 (1), 23-35, 2005
582005
Can starling eggs be useful as a biomonitoring tool to study organohalogenated contaminants on a worldwide scale?
M Eens, VLB Jaspers, E Van den Steen, M Bateson, C Carere, ...
Environment international 51, 141-149, 2013
512013
Coal tits, Parus ater, lose weight in response to chases by predators
LM Carrascal, V Polo
Animal Behaviour 58 (2), 281-285, 1999
481999
Nest green plants as a male status signal and courtship display in the spotless starling
JP Veiga, V Polo, J Viñuela
Ethology 112 (2), 196-204, 2006
442006
Feathers at nests are potential female signals in the spotless starling
JP Veiga, V Polo
Biology letters 1 (3), 334-337, 2005
422005
Nest ornamentation by female spotless starlings in response to a male display: an experimental study
V Polo, JP Veiga
Journal of Animal Ecology, 942-947, 2006
372006
Health-dependent vulnerability to predation affects escape responses of unguarded chinstrap penguin chicks
J Martín, L De Neve, V Polo, JA Fargallo, M Soler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (6), 778-784, 2006
362006
Explanations for bird species range size: ecological correlates and phylogenetic effects in the Canary Islands
LM Carrascal, J Seoane, D Palomino, V Polo
Journal of Biogeography 35 (11), 2061-2073, 2008
322008
Hatching order and size-dependent mortality in relation to brood sex ratio composition in chinstrap penguins
JA Fargallo, V Polo, L De Neve, J Martín, JA Dávila, M Soler
Behavioral Ecology 17 (5), 772-778, 2006
312006
Female starlings adjust primary sex ratio in response to aromatic plants in the nest
V Polo, JP Veiga, PJ Cordero, J Viñuela, P Monaghan
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
312004
Factors affecting the escape behaviour of juvenile chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica, in response to human disturbance
J Martín, L De Neve, JA Fargallo, V Polo, M Soler
Polar Biology 27 (12), 775-781, 2004
302004
Daily body mass regulation in dominance-structured coal tit (Parus ater) flocks in response to variable food access: a laboratory study
V Polo, LM Bautista
Behavioral Ecology 13 (5), 696-704, 2002
292002
The effects of latitude and day length on fattening strategies of wintering coal tits Periparus ater (L.): a field study and aviary experiment
V Polo, LM Carrascal, NB Metcalfe
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (5), 866-872, 2007
232007
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