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Dr. León Bravo Ramírez
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Doctor en Ciencias mención Biología, Universidad de Chile, Chile
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PUBLICACIONES CIENTÍFICAS

Rabert, C., M. Reyes-Díaz, L.J. Corcuera, L.A. Bravo & M. Alberdi. 2017. Contrasting nitrogen use efficiency of Antarctic vascular plants may explain their population expansion in Antarctica. Polar Biology 40(8): 1569-1580. (FI=1,949).
Cid, F.P., N.G. Inostroza, S.P. Graether, L.A. Bravo & M.A. Jorquera. 2017. Bacterial community structures and ice recrystallization inhibition activity of bacteria isolated from the phyllosphere of the Antarctic vascular plant Deschampsia antarctica. Polar Biology 40(6): 1319-1331. (FI=1,949).
Sáez, P.L., L.A. Bravo, L.A. Cavieres, V. Vallejos, C. Sanhueza, M. Font-Carrascosa, E. Gil-Pelegrín, J.J. Peguero-Pina & J. Galmés. 2017. Photosynthetic limitations in two Antarctic vascular plants: Importance of leaf anatomical traits and Rubisco kinetics parameters. Journal of Experimental Botany 68(11): 2871-2883. (FI=5,83).
Sanhueza, C., V. Vallejos, L.A. Cavieres, P. Saez, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2017. Growing temperature affects seed germination of the antarctic plant Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl (Caryophyllaceae). Polar Biology 40(2): 449-455. (FI=1,949).
Tapia-Valdebenito, D., L.A. Bravo, P. Arce-Johnson & A. Gutiérrez-Moraga. 2016. Salt tolerance traits in Deschampsia antarctica Desv. Antarctic Science 28(6): 462-472. (FI=1,461).
Cid, F.P., J.I. Rilling, S.P. Graether, L.A. Bravo, M.L. Mora & M.A. Jorquera. 2016. Properties and biotechnological applications of ice-binding proteins in bacteria. Fems Microbiology Letters 363(11): fnw099. (FI=1,765).
Cavieres, L.A., P. Sáez, C. Sanhueza, A. Sierra-Almeida, C. Rabert, L.J. Corcuera, M. Alberdi & L.A. Bravo. 2016. Ecophysiological traits of Antarctic vascular plants: their importance in the responses to climate change. Plant Ecology 217(3): 323-358. (FI=1,615).
Flores-Bavestrello, A., M. Krol, A.G. Ivanov, N.P. Hüner, J.I. García-Plazaola, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2016. Two Hymenophyllaceae species from contrasting natural environments exhibit a homoiochlorophyllous strategy in response to desiccation stress. Journal of Plant Physiology 191: 82-94. (FI=3,121).
Gallardo-Cerda, J., L.A. Bravo, C. Atala, G. Vergara-Quezada, L.J. Corcuera, & M.A. Molina-Montenegro. 2016. Dehydrins presence in xylem parenchyma cells enhances hydraulic conductivity and physiological performance in Nothofagus dombeyi. South African Journal of Botany 102: 240-244. (FI=1,427).
Parra, M.J., K.I. Acuña, A. Sierra-Almeida, C. Sanfuentes, A. Saldaña, L.J. Corcuera & L.A Bravo. 2015. Photosynthetic light responses may explain vertical distribution of Hymenophyllaceae species in a temperate rainforest of Southern Chile. PloS One 10(12): e0145475. (FI=3,057).
Hernández-Fuentes, C., L.A. Bravo & L.A. Cavieres. 2015. Photosynthetic responses and photoprotection strategies of Phacelia secunda plants exposed to experimental warming at different elevations in the central Chilean Andes. Alpine Botany 125(2): 87-99. (FI=1,64).
Sáez, P.L., L.A Bravo, M.I. Latsague, M.J. Toneatti, R.E. Coopman, C.E. Álvarez, M. Sánchez & D.G. Ríos. 2015. Influence of in vitro growth conditions on the photosynthesis and survival of Castanea sativa plantlets during ex vitro transfer. Plant Growth Regulation 75(3): 625-639. (FI=2,333).
Hernández-Fuentes, C., L.A. Bravo & L.A. Cavieres. 2015. Hydraulic leaf conductance and cavitation vulnerability decrease with elevation in Phacelia secunda JF Gmel. (Boraginaceae). Gayana Botánica 72(1): 84-93. (FI=0,232).
Rabert, C., M. Hödar, L.A. Bravo, A. Quiroz & A. Urzúa. 2015. A rapid preparative-TLC/GC- MS methodology for discriminating between two filmy ferns (Hymenophyllaceae) native from the temperate rain forest of Southern Chile based on their soluble carbohydrates. Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas 14(5): 364-373. (FI=0,297).
Saldaña, A., M.J. Parra, A. Flores‐Bavestrello, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2014. Effects of forest successional status on microenvironmental conditions, diversity, and distribution of filmy fern species in a temperate rainforest. Plant Species Biology 29(3): 253-262. (FI=1,271).
Rabert, C., A. Gutiérrez-Moraga, A. Navarrete- Gallegos, D. Navarrete-Campos, L.A. Bravo & M. Gidekel. 2014. Expression of a Deschampsia antarctica Desv. polypeptide with lipase activity in a Pichia pastoris vector. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 15(2): 2359-2367. (FI=2,862).
Garcés, M., S. Claverol, C. Alvear, C. Rabert & L.A. Bravo. 2014. Desiccation tolerance of Hymenophyllacea filmy ferns is mediated by constitutive and non-inducible cellular mechanisms. Comptes Rendus Biologies 337(4):235-243. (FI=0,981).
Donoso-Ñanculao, G., M. Castro, D. Navarrete, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2013. Effect of auxin on cluster roots induction in Embothrium coccineum JR Forst. & G. Forst. in phosphorus deficiency condition. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research 73(3):220-224. (FI=0,538).
Sáez, P., L.A. Bravo, K. Sáez, M. Sanchez-Olate, M. Latsague & D. Ríos. 2013. Light energy management in micropropagated plants of Castanea sativa, effects of photoinhibition. Plant Science 201-202: 12-24. (FI=4,114).
Navarrete-Campos, D., L.A. Bravo, R.A. Rubilar, V. Emhart & R. Sanhueza. 2013. Drought effects on water use efficiency, freezing tolerance and survival of Eucalyptus globulus and Eucalyptus globulus × nitens cuttings. New Forests 44(1): 119-134. (FI=1,783).
Navarrete-Gallegos, A.A., L.A. Bravo, M.A. Molina-Montenegro & L.J. Corcuera. 2012. Antioxidant responses in two Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophyllaceae) ecotypes exposed to high UV-B radiation and low temperature. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 85(4):419-433. (FI=0,929).
Bascuñán-Godoy, L., C. Sanhueza, M. Cuba, G.E. Zúñiga, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2012. Cold-acclimation limits low temperature induced photoinhibition by promoting a higher photochemical quantum yield and a more effective PSII restoration in darkness in the Antarctic rather than the Andean ecotype of Colobanthus quitensis Kunt Bartl (Cariophyllaceae). BMC Plant Biology 12(114). (FI=4,354).
Sáez, P.L., L.A. Bravo, M.I. Latsague, M.E. Sánchez & D.G. Ríos. 2012. Increased light intensity during in vitro culture improves water loss control and photosynthetic performance of Castanea sativa grown in ventilated vessels. Scientia Horticulturae 138:7-16. (FI=1,396).
Sáez, P.L., L.A. Bravo, K.L Sáez, M. Sánchez-Olate, M.I. Latsague & D.G. Ríos. 2012. Photosynthetic and leaf anatomical characteristics of Castanea sativa: a comparison between in vitro and nursery plants. Biologia Plantarum 56(1): 15-24. (FI=1,692).
Gallardo, J., L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2012. Leaf seasonal accumulation of a 47- kDa dehydrin and changes in its cryoprotective activity in Nothofagus dombeyi (Mirb.) Blume. Gayana Botánica 69(1): 1-8. (FI=0,457).
Coopman, R.E., V.F. Briceño, L.J. Corcuera, M. Reyez-Diaz, D. Álvarez, K. Sáez, J.L. García-Plazaola, M. Alberdi & L.A. Bravo. 2011. Tree size and light availability increase photochemical instead of non-photochemical capacities of Nothofagus nitida trees growing in an evergreen temperate rain forest. Tree Physiology 31(10): 1128-1141. (FI=2,876).
Casanova-Katny, M.A., G.E. Zúñiga, L.J. Corcuera, L.A. Bravo & M. Alberdi. 2010. Deschampsia antarctica Desv. primary photochemistry performs differently in plants grown in the field and laboratory. Polar Biology 33(4): 477-483. (FI=1,445).
Sierra-Almeida, A., L.A. Cavieres & L.A. Bravo. 2010. Freezing resistance of high-elevation plant species is not related to their height or growth-form in the Central Chilean Andes. Environmental and Experimental Botany 69(3): 273-278. (FI=2,699).
Donoso-Ñanculao, G., M. Castro, D. Navarrete, E. Peñaloza, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2010. Seasonal induction of cluster roots in Embothrium coccineum J.R. et G. Foster in the field: factors that regulate their development. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research 70(4): 559-566. (FI=0.385).
Bascuñán-Godoy, L., J.I. García-Plazaola, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2010. Leaf functional and micro-morphological photoprotective attributes in two ecotypes of Colobanthus quitensis from the Andes and Maritime Antarctic. Polar Biology 33(7): 885-896. (FI=1,445).
Coopman, R.E., F.P. Fuentes-Neira, V.F. Briceño, H.M. Cabrera, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2010. Light energy partitioning in photosystems I and II during development of Nothofagus nitida growing under different light environments in the Chilean evergreen temperate rain forest. Trees 24(2): 247-259. (FI= 1,444).
Saldaña, A., C. Hernández, R. Coopman, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2010. Differences in light usage among three fern species of genus Blechnum of contrasting ecological breadth in a forest light gradient. Ecological Research 25(2): 273-281. (FI=1,279).
Coopman, R.E., J.C. Jara, R. Escobar, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2010. Genotypic variation in morphology and freezing resistance of Eucalyptus globulus seedlings subjected to drought hardening in nursery Electronic Journal of Biotechnology 13(1): 10. (FI=0,865).
Alberdi, M., M. Reyes-Díaz, R. Zúñiga, S. Hess, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2009. Photochemical efficiency of PSII and photoprotective pigments in seedlings and adults of two Proteaceae with different shade tolerance from the Chilean temperate rain forest. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 82(3): 387-402. (FI=0,723).
Reyes-Díaz, M., A.G. Ivanov, N.P. Huner, M. Alberdi, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2009. Thermal energy dissipation and its components in two development stages of a shade-tolerant species, Nothofagus nitida and a shade-intolerant species, Nothofagus dombeyi. Tree Physiology 29(5): 651-662. (FI=2,292).
Zúñiga-Feest, A., L. Bascuñán, M. Reyes-Díaz, L.A. Bravo & L.J. Corcuera. 2009. Is survival after ice encasement related with sugar distribution in organs of the Antarctic plants Deschampsia antarctica Desv. (Poaceae) and Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl. (Caryophyllaceae). Polar Biology 32(4): 583-591. (FI=1,691).
Sierra-Almeida, S., L.A. Cavieres & L.A. Bravo. 2009. Freezing resistance varies within the growing season and with elevation in high-andean species of Central Chile. New Phytologist 182: 461-469. (FI=6,033).
Coopman, R.E., M. Reyes-Díaz, V.F. Briceño, L.J. Corcuera, H.M. Cabrera & L.A. Bravo. 2008. Changes during early development in photosynthetic light acclimation capacity explain the shade to sun transition in Nothofagus nitida. Tree Physiology 28(10): 1561-1571. (FI=2,283).
Castro-Arévalo, M., M. Reyes-Díaz, M. Alberdi, V. Jara-Rodríguez, C. Sanhueza, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Bravo. 2008. Effects of low temperature acclimation on the photosynthesis of three Chilean Proteaceae. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 81(3):321-333. (FI=0,765).
Coopman, R.E., J.C. Jara, L.A. Bravo, K.L. Sáez, G.R. Mella & R. Escobar. 2008. Changes in morpho-physiological attributes of Eucalyptus globulus plants in response to different drought hardening treatments. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology 11(2): 9. (FI=0,920).
Jacobsen, S.E., C. Monteros, L.J. Corcuera, L.A. Bravo, J.L. Christiansen & A. Mujica. 2007. Frost resistance mechanisms in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) European Journal of Agronomy 26(4): 471-475. (FI=1,503).
Bravo, L.A., F.A. Saavedra-Mella, F. Vera, A. Guerra, L.A. Cavieres, A.G. Ivanov, N.P.A. Huner & L.J. Corcuera. 2007. Effect of cold acclimation on the photosynthetic performance of two ecotypes of Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl. Journal of Experimental Botany 13: 3581-3590. (FI=3,917).
Sierra-Almeida, A., M.A. Casanova-Katny, L.A. Bravo, L.J. Corcuera & L.A. Cavieres. 2007. Photosynthetic responses to temperature and light between Antarctic and Andean populations of Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophylaceae). Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 80(3): 335-343. (FI=0,725).
Pérez-Torres, E., L.A. Bravo, L.J. Corcuera & G.N. Johnson. 2007. Is electron transport to oxygen an important mechanism in photoprotection? Contrasting responses from Antarctic vascular plants. Physiologia Plantarum 130(2): 185-194. (FI=2,192).

 




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