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Center for Computational and Theoretical Biology

Ecosystem Modeling (move to U of Birmingham)


Ecosystem Modeling Research

In the Ecosystem Modeling research group, we pursue the understanding of the processes underlying the origin, maintenance and spatiotemporal dynamics of biodiversity across scales, from local to global, and across levels of ecological organization, from individuals, over populations, species, communities, and metacommunities up to biomes. The working group applies a range of methods, including field work, data analyses and macroecology, but focuses on mechanistic simulation modeling.

The developed mechanistic models for virtual life can be used for theory testing, improving empirical sampling designs, understanding complex process interactions, and predicting biodiversity response to drivers and environmental change scenarios.

 

The working group is in transition phase, as the group leader is now associate professor at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK (the position at University of Würzburg was non-tenure track).


External collaborators

The EcoMods collaborate with:

Dr. Sonia Kéfi (CNRS, Montpellier, France)

Dr. Jan Engler (TU Dresden, Germany)

Dr. Viktoriia Radchuk  (Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany)

MSc. André Pinto da Silva (Uppsala University, Sweden)

Prof. Dr. Ana Paula de Moraes (Federal University of ABC, Brazil)

The BLIZ  consortium (one of the Bayklif  funded consortia)

The sELDIG  working group (started as sDiv-funded working group, still ongoing as a virtual group)

 


Publications

accepted[ to top ]
  • Formative Integration of Julia Code into the Unity Game Engine:The Use Case of Diving into Aquatic Plant Growth. Lewerentz, Anne; Manke, Nico; Schantz, David; Cabral, Juliano S.; von Mammen, Sebastian. accepted.
2024[ to top ]
  • Self-organization as a mechanism of resilience in dryland ecosystems. Kéfi, Sonia; Génin, Alexandre; Garcia-Mayor, Angeles; Guirado, Emilio; Cabral, Juliano S.; Berdugo, Miguel; Guerber, Josquin; Solé, Ricard; T. Maestre, Fernando. In PNAS, 121, bl e2305153121. 2024.
  • Insights into the relationship between hydraulic safety, hydraulic efficiency and tree structural complexity from terrestrial laser scanning and fractal analysis. Dorji, Yonten; Isasa, Emilie; Pierick, Kerstin; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Tobgay, Tashi; Annighöfer, Peter; Schuldt, Bernhard; Seidel, Dominik. In Trees, early view. 2024.
2023[ to top ]
  • User-Centered Engineering of an Interactive Land Use Exploration Tool. Buhl, Tobias; Marcomin, David; Fallert, Stefan; Blechschmidt, Jana; Bönisch, Franziska; Mark, Robert; Cabral, Juliano S.; von Mammen, Sebastian. In Workshop on Visualisation in Environmental Sciences (EnvirVis), S. Dutta, K. Feige, K. Rink, D. Zeckzer (reds.). The Eurographics Association, 2023.
  • The road to integrate climate change effects on land-use change in regional biodiversity models. Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Mendoza-Ponce, Alma; da Silva, André Pinto; Oberpriller, Johannes; Mimet, Anne; Kieslinger, Julia; Berger, Thomas; Blechschmidt, Jana; Brönner, Maximilian; Classen, Alice; Fallert, Stefan; Hartig, Florian; Hof, Christian; Hoffmann, Markus; Knoke, Thomas; Krause, Andreas; Lewerentz, Anne; Pohle, Perdita; Raeder, Uta; Rammig, Anja; Redlich, Sarah; Rubanschi, Sven; Stetter, Christian; Weisser, Wolfgang; Vedder, Daniel; Verburg, Peter H.; Zurell, Damaris. In People & Nature, accepted. 2023.
  • Potential change in the future spatial distribution of submerged macrophyte species and species richness: the role of today’s lake type and strength of compounded environmental change. Lewerentz, Anne; Hoffmann, Markus; Hovestadt, Thomas; Raeder, Uta; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano. In Oikos, accepted. 2023.
  • Assessing the agreement between the pneumatic and the flow-centrifuge method for estimating xylem safety in temperate diffuse-porous tree species. Paligi, Sharath Shyamappa; Link, Roman M.; Isasa, Emilie; Bittencourt, Paulo; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Jansen, Steven; Oliveira, Rafael S; Pereira, Luciano; Schuldt, Bernhard. In Plant Biology, early view. 2023.
  • Addressing controversies in the xylem embolism resistance – vessel diameter relationship. Isasa, Emilie; Link, Roman; Jansen, Steven; Tezeh, Fon; Kaack, Lucian; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Schuldt, Bernhard. In New Phytologist, 238, bll 283–296. 2023.
2022[ to top ]
  • Scaling up our understanding of tipping points. Kéfi, Sonia; Saade, Camille; Berlow, Eric; Cabral, Juliano S. Cabral; Fronhofer, Emanuel. In Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 377, bl 20210386. 2022.
  • Putting vascular epiphytes on the traits map. Hietz, Peter; Wagner, Katrin; Nunes Ramos, Flavio; Cabral, Juliano; Agudelo, Claudia; Benavides, Ana Maria; Cach-Pérez, Manuel Jesús; Cardelús, Catherine; Chilpa Galván, Nahlleli; Costa, Lucas; de Paula Oliveira, Rodolfo; Einzmann, Helena; Farias, Rafael; Guzmán Jacob, Valeria; Kattge, Jens; Kessler, Michael; Kirby, Catherine; Kreft, Holger; Kromer, Thorsten; Males, Jamie; Monsalve Correa, Samuel; Moreno-Chacón, Maria; Petter, Gunnar; Reyes-Garcia, Casandra; Saldana, Alfredo; Schellenberger Costa, David; Taylor, Amanda; Velázquez Rosas, Noé; Wanek, Wolfgang; Woods, Carrie; Zotz, Gerhard. In Journal of Ecology, 110, bll 340–358. 2022.
  • New proposal of epiphytic Bromeliaceae functional groups to include nebulophytes and shallow tanks. Reyes-García, Casandra; Pereira-Zaldívar, Narcy Anai; Espadas-Manrique, Celene; Tamayo-Chim, Manuela; Chilpa-Galván, Nahlleli Civi; Cach-Pérez, Manuel Jesús; Ramírez-Medina, Marypaz; Benavides, Ana María; Hietz, Peter; Zotz, Gerhard; Andrade, José Luis; Cardelús, Catherine; Oliveiras, Rodolfo De Paula; Einzmann, Helena J.R.; Guzmán Jacob, Valeria; Krömer, Thorsten; Pinzón, Juan Pablo; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Wanek, Wolfgang; Woods, Carrie. In Plants, bl accepted. 2022.
  • Hybridisation may aid evolutionary rescue of an endangered east african passerine. Vedder, Daniel; Lens, Luc; Pellikka, Petri; Adhikari, Hari; Heiskanen, Janne; Engler, Jan; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano. In Evolutionary Applications, 15, bll 1177–1188. 2022.
  • Are chromosome number and genome size associated with habit and environmental niche variables? Insights from the Neotropical orchids. Moraes, Ana Paula; Engel, Thaissa; Forni-Martins, Eliana; Felix, Leonardo; Cabral, Juliano. In Annals of Botany, 130, bll 11–25. 2022.
  • A simple kit to use computational notebooks for more openness, reproducibility, and productivity in research. Figueiredo, Ludmilla; Scherer, Cédric; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento. In PLOS Computational Biology, 18, bl e1010356. 2022.
2021[ to top ]
  • Temporal environmental variation imposes differential selection on both genomic and ecological traits. Leidinger, Ludwig; Vedder, Daniel; Cabral, Juliano S. In Oikos, 130, bll 1100–1115. 2021.
  • Propagule pressure and an invasion syndrome determine invasion success in a plant community model. Vedder, Daniel; Leidinger, Ludwig; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano. In Ecology and Evolution, 11, bll 17106–17116. 2021.
  • Niche evolution reveals disparate signatures of speciation in the ‘great speciator‘ (White-eyes, Aves: genus Zosterops). Engler, Jan O.; Lawrie, Yvonne; Cabral, Juliano S.; Lens, Luc. In Journal of Biogeography, 48, bll 1981–1993. 2021.
  • Modeling the long-term dynamics of tropical forests: from leaf traits to whole-tree growth patterns. Petter, Gunnar; Kreft, Holger; Ong, Yongzhi; Zotz, Gerhard; Sarmento, Juliano. In Ecological Modelling, 460, bl 109735. 2021.
  • gen3sis: The GENeral Engine for Eco-Evolutionary SImulationS on the origins of biodiversity. Hagen, Oskar; Flück, Benjamin; Fopp, Fabian; Cabral, Juliano S.; Hartig, Florian; Pontarp, Mikael; Rangel, Thiago F.; Pellissier, Loïc. In Plos Biology, 19, bl e3001340. 2021.
  • Evolutionary rescue and community re-assembly contribute to the waiving of extinction debts. Figueiredo, Ludmilla; Leidinger, Ludwig; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano. bl submitted. 2021.
  • Depth diversity gradients of macrophytes: shape, drivers and recent shifts. Lewerentz, Anne; Hoffmann, Markus; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento. In Ecology and Evolution, 11, bll 13830–13845. 2021.
  • Dealing with software complexity in individual-based models. Vedder, Daniel; Ankenbrand, Markus; Cabral, Juliano. In Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 12, bll 2324–2333. 2021.
  • Anthropogenic and environmental drivers shape diversity of non-native plants across the Pacific. Wohlwend, Michael; Craven, Dylan; Weigelt, Patrick; Seebens, Hanno; Kreft, Holger; Winter, Marten; Zurell, Damaris; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Essl, Franz; van Kleunen, Mark; Pergl, Jan; Pysek, Petr; Knight, Tiffany. In Diversity and Distributions, 27, bll 1120–1133. 2021.
  • Agent-based modeling of the effects of forest dynamics, selective logging, and fragment size on epiphyte communities. Petter, Gunnar; Zotz, Gerhard; Kreft, Holger; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento. In Ecology and Evolution, (11), bll 2937–2951. 2021.
2020[ to top ]
  • The effect of species extinctions on island biogeographic patterns. Matthews, Tom; Leidinger, Ludwig; Cabral, Juliano. In Ecological Research, 35, bll 372–381. 2020.
  • Modeling how community assembly alters the functioning of ecosystems. Koffel, Thomas; Kremer, Colin T.; Bannar-Martin, Katherine; Ernest, S. K. Morgan; Eisenhauer, Nico; Roscher, Christiane; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Leibold, Mathew A. In bioRxiv. 2020.
  • Mapping human pressures on biodiversity across the planet uncovers anthropogenic threat complexes. Bowler, D. E.; Bjorkman, A.D.; Dornelas, M.; Myers-Smith, I.; O’Connor, M.; Navarro, L.M.; Niamir, A.; Supp, S.R.; Waldock, C.; Vellend, M.; Blowes, S.A.; Böhning-Gaese, K.; Bruelheide, H.; Elahi, R.; Antão, L.H.; Hines, J.; Isbell, F.; Jones, H.P.; Magurran, A.E.; Cabral, J.S.; Winter, M.; Bates, A.E. In People and Nature, 2, bll 380–394. 2020.
  • Macroecology in the age of big data – where to go from here?. Wüest, Rafael O.; Zimmermann, Niklaus E.; Zurell, Damaris; Alexander, Jake; Fritz, Susanne A.; Hof, Christian; Kreft, Holger; Normand, Signe; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Szekely, Eniko; Thuiller, Wilfried; Wikelski, Martin; Karger, Dirk Nikolaus. In Journal of Biogeography, 47, bll 1–12. 2020.
  • Integrating the underlying structure of stochasticity into community ecology. Shoemaker, Lauren G.; Sullivan, Lauren L.; Donohue, Ian; Cabral, Juliano S.; Williams, Ryan J.; Mayfield, Margaret M.; Chase, Jonathan M.; Chu, Chengjin; Harpole, W. Stanley; Huth, Andreas; HilleRisLambers, Janneke; James, Aubrie R.M.; Kraft, Nathan J.B.; May, Felix; Muthukrishnan, Ranjan; Satterlee, Sean; Taubert, Franziska; Wang, Xugao; Wiegand, Thorsten; Yang, Qiang; Abbott, Karen C. In Ecology, 101, bl e02922. 2020.
  • Disentangling the drivers of local species richness using probabilistic species pools. Karger, Dirk Nikolaus; Wüest, Rafael; König, Christian; Cabral, Juliano; Weigelt, Patrick; Zimmermann, Nikaus; Linder, Peter. In Journal of Biogeography, (47), bll 879–889. 2020.
2019[ to top ]
  • Understanding extinction debts: spatio-temporal scales, mechanisms and a roadmap for future research. Figueiredo, Ludmilla; Krauß, Jochen; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano. In Ecography, 42, bll 1973–1990. 2019.
  • The latitudinal diversity gradient - novel understanding through mechanistic eco-evolutionary models. Pontarp, Mikael; Bunnefeld, Lynsey; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Etienne, Rampal S.; Fritz, Susanne A.; Gillespie, Rosemary; Graham, Catherine H.; Hagen, Oskar; Hartig, Florian; Huang, Shan; Jansson, Roland; Maliet, Odile; Münkemüller, Tamara; Pellissier, Loïc; Rangel, Thiago F.; Storch, David; Wiegand, Thorsten; Hurlbert, Allen H. In Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 34, bll 211–223. 2019.
  • The dimensionality of stability depends on disturbance type. Radchuk, Viktoriia; De Laender, Frederik; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Boulangeat, Isabelle; Crawford, Michael; Bohn, Friedrich; De Raedt, Jonathan; Scherer, Cedric; Svenning, Jens-Christian; Thonicke, Kirsten; Schurr, Frank; Grimm, Volker; Kramer-Schadt, Stephanie. In Ecology Letters, 22, bll 674–684. 2019.
  • Species richness change across spatial scales. Chase, Jonathan; McGill, Brian; Thompson, Patrick; Antao, Laura; Bates, Amanda; Blowes, Shane; Dornelas, Maria; Gonzalez, Andrew; Magurran, Anne; Supp, Sarah; Winter, Marten; Bjorkman, Anne; Bruelheide, Helge; Byrnes, Jarrett; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Elahi, Robin; Gomez, Catalina; Guzmán, Héctor; Isbell, Forest; Myers-Smith, Isla; Jones, Holly; Hines, Jessica; Vellend, Mark; Waldock, Conor; O’Connor, Mary. In Oikos. 2019.
  • Interactions between ecological, evolutionary, and environmental processes unveil complex dynamics of insular plant diversity. Cabral, J.S.; Wiegand, K.; Kreft, H. In Journal of Biogeography, 46, bll 1582–1597. 2019.
  • Assessing predicted isolation effects from the general dynamic model of island biogeography with an eco-evolutionary model for plants. Cabral, J.S.; Whittaker, R.J.; Wiegand, K.; Kreft, H. In Journal of Biogeography, 46, bll 1569–1581. 2019.
  • A minimal model for the latitudinal diversity gradient suggests a dominant role for ecological limits. Etienne, Rampal S.; Cabral, Juliano S.; Hagen, Oskar; Hartig, Florian; Hurlbert, Allen H.; Pellissier, Loïc; Pontarp, Mikael; Storch, David. In The American Naturalist, (194), bll E122-E133. 2019.
2018[ to top ]
  • Spatial scaling of extinction rates: theory and data reveal non-linearity, and a major upscaling and downscaling challenge. Keil, P.; Pereira, H.M.; Cabral, J.S.; Chase, J.; May, F.; Martins, I.S.; Winter, M. In Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27, bll 2–13. 2018.
  • Integrating community assembly and biodiversity reveals new dimensions of ecosystem functions: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach. Bannar-Martin, Katherine; Kremer, Colin; Ernest, Morgan; Leibold, Mathew; Auge, Harald; Chase, Jonathan; Declerck, Steven; Eisenhauer, Nico; Harpole, Stanley; Hillebrand, Helmut; Isbell, Forest; Koffel, Thomas; Larsen, Stefano; Narwani, Anita; Petermann, Jana; Roscher, Christiane; Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Supp, Sarah. In Ecology Letters, 21, bll 167–180. 2018.
2017[ to top ]
  • Oceanic island biogeography through the lens of the general dynamic model: assessment and prospect. Borregaard, Michael K.; Amorim, Isabel R.; Borges, Paulo A. V.; Cabral, Juliano S.; Fernández-Palacios, José M.; Field, Richard; Heaney, Lawrence R.; Kreft, Holger; Matthews, Thomas J.; Olesen, Jens M.; Price, Jonathan; Rigal, Francois; Steinbauer, Manuel J.; Triantis, Konstantinos A.; Valente, Luis; Weigelt, Patrick; Whittaker, Robert J. In Biological Reviews, 92, bll 830–853. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2017.
  • Mechanistic models in macroecology and biogeography: state-of-art and prospects. Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Valente, Luis; Hartig, Florian. In Ecography, 40(267-280). 2017.
  • Karyotype diversity and genome size variation in Neotropical Maxillariinae orchids. Moraes, A.; de Mesquita Filho, J.; Koehler, S.; Cabral, J.; Lopes Gomes, S.; Viccini, L.; Barros, F.; Felix, L.; Guerra, M.; Forni-Martins, E. In Plant Biology, 19, bll 298–308. 2017.
  • Interactions between ecological, evolutionary, and environmental processes unveil complex dynamics of island biodiversity. Cabral, J.S.; Wiegand, K.; Kreft, H. In bioRxiv, (099978). 2017.
  • Flagship umbrella species needed for conservation of overlooked biodiversity. Kalinkat, G.; Cabral, J.S.; Darwall, W.; Ficetola, F.; Fisher, J.; Giling, D.; Gosselin, M.-P.; Grossart, H.-P.; Jähnig, S.; Jeschke, J.; Knopf, K.; Larsen, S.; Onandia, G.; Pätzig, M.; Saul, W.-C.; Singer, G.; Jarić, I. In Conservation Biology, 31, bll 481–485. 2017.
  • Effects of time and isolation on plant diversity: testing island biogeography theory with an eco-evolutionary model. Cabral, J.S.; Whittaker, R.J.; Wiegand, K.; Kreft, H. In bioRxiv, (100289). 2017.
  • Biodiversity dynamics on islands: explicitly accounting for causality in mechanistic models. Leidinger, Ludwig; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento. In Diversity, 9(3). 2017.
2016[ to top ]
  • Late Quaternary climate change shapes island biodiversity. Weigelt, Patrick; Steinbauer, Manuel Jonas; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Kreft, Holger. In Nature, 532(7597), bll 99–102. Nature Publishing Group, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited. All Rights Reserved., 2016.
  • Functional leaf traits of vascular epiphytes: vertical trends within the forest, intra- and interspecific trait variability, and taxonomic signals. Petter, G.; Wagner, K.; Wanek, W.; Sánchez Delgado, E.J.; Zotz, G.; Cabral, J.S.; Kreft, H. In Functional Ecology, 30, bll 188–198. 2016.
  • Delineating probabilistic species pools in ecology and biogeography. Karger, D.N.; Cord, A.; Kessler, M.; Kreft, H.; Kühn, I.; Pompe, S.; Sandel, B.; Sarmento Cabral, J.; Smith, A.; Svenning, J.-C.; Tuomisto, H.; Weigelt, P.; Wesche, K. In Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25, bll 489–501. 2016.
  • Benchmarking novel approaches for modelling species range dynamics. Zurell, Damaris; Thuiller, Wilfried; Pagel, Jörn; Cabral, Juliano S.; Münkemüller, Tamara; Gravel, Dominique; Dullinger, Stefan; Normand, Signe; Schiffers, Katja H.; Moore, Kara A.; Zimmermann, Niklaus E. In Global Change Biology, 22(8), bll 2651–2664. 2016.
2015[ to top ]
  • Chromosomal evolution in Pleurothallidinae (Orchidaceae: Epidendroideae) with emphasis on the genus Acianthera: chromosome numbers and heterochromatin. de Oliveira, I.G.; Moraes, A.P.; de Almeida, E.M.; de Assis, F.N.M.; Cabral, J.S.; de Barros, F.; Felix, L.F. In Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 178, bll 102–120. 2015.
  • Branchfall as a demographic filter for epiphyte communities: Lessons from a forest floor-based sampling. Cabral, J.S.; Petter, G.; Mendieta-Leiva, G.; Wagner, K.; Zotz, G.; Kreft, H. In PloS one, 10, bl e0128019. 2015.
2014[ to top ]
  • Biogeographic, climatic and spatial drivers differentially affect α-, β- and γ-diversities on oceanic archipelagos. Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Weigelt, Patrick; Kissling, W. Daniel; Kreft, Holger. In Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 281(1784). 2014.
2013[ to top ]
  • Process, correlation and parameter fitting in species distribution models: a response to Kriticos et al. 2012. Schymanski, S.J.; Dormann, C.F.; Cabral, J.; Chuine, I.; Graham, C.; Hartig, F.; Kearney, M.; Morin, X.; Römermann, C.; Schröder, B.; Singer, A. In Journal of Biogeography, 40, bll 611–613. 2013.
  • Impacts of past habitat loss and future climate change on the range dynamics of South African Proteaceae. Sarmento Cabral, Juliano; Jeltsch, Florian; Thuiller, Wilfried; Higgins, Steven; Midgley, Guy F.; Rebelo, Anthony G.; Rouget, Mathieu; Schurr, Frank M. In Diversity and Distributions, 19(4), bll 363–376. 2013.
2012[ to top ]
  • Linking ecological niche, community ecology and biogeography: insights from a mechanistic niche model. Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Kreft, Holger. In Journal of Biogeography, 39(12), bll 2212–2224. 2012.
  • How to understand species’ niches and range dynamics: a demographic research agenda for biogeography. Schurr, Frank M.; Pagel, Jörn; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Groeneveld, Jürgen; Bykova, Olga; O’Hara, Robert B.; Hartig, Florian; Kissling, W. Daniel; Linder, H. Peter; Midgley, Guy F.; Schröder, Boris; Singer, Alexander; Zimmermann, Niklaus E. In Journal of Biogeography, 39(12), bll 2146–2162. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2012.
  • Correlation and process in species distribution models: bridging a dichotomy. Dormann, Carsten F.; Schymanski, Stanislaus J.; Cabral, Juliano; Chuine, Isabelle; Graham, Catherine; Hartig, Florian; Kearney, Michael; Morin, Xavier; Römermann, Christine; Schröder, Boris; Singer, Alexander. In Journal of Biogeography, 39(12), bll 2119–2131. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2012.
2011[ to top ]
  • Effects of Harvesting Flowers from Shrubs on the Persistence and Abundance of Wild Shrub Populations at Multiple Spatial Extents. Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Bond, William J.; Midgley, Guy F.; Rebelo, Anthony G.; Thuiller, Wilfried; Schurr, Frank M. In Conservation Biology, 25(1), bll 73–84. Blackwell Publishing Inc, 2011.
2010[ to top ]
  • The virtual ecologist approach: simulating data and observers. Zurell, Damaris; Berger, Uta; Cabral, Juliano S.; Jeltsch, Florian; Meynard, Christine N.; Münkemüller, Tamara; Nehrbass, Nana; Pagel, Jörn; Reineking, Björn; Schröder, Boris; Grimm, Volker. In Oikos, 119(4), bll 622–635. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2010.
  • Keeping the Cape Lowland archipelago afloat. Krug, C.B.; Brandl, R.; Boonzaier, C.; Cabral, J.S.; Esler, K.J.; Grant, P.B.C.; Heelemann, S.; Horn, A.; Keil, M.; Kongor, R.Y.; Meyer, J.; Nottebrock, H.; Poschlod, P.; Reisch, C.; Rösner, S.; Samways, M. J.; Schurr, F.; Vrdoljak, S. Vol. Biodiversity in southern Africa. Volume 3: Implications for landuse and management, bll 151–179. Klaus Hess Publishers, Göttingen & Windhoek, 2010.
  • Estimating demographic models for the range dynamics of plant species. Cabral, Juliano S.; Schurr, Frank M. In Global Ecology and Biogeography, 19(1), bll 85–97. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2010.
2008[ to top ]
  • Molecular phylogeny of the neotropical genus Christensonella (Orchidaceae, Maxillariinae): species delimitations and insights into chromosome evolution. Koehler, S.; Cabral, J.S.; Whiten, W.M.; Williams, N.H.; Singer, R.B.; Neubig, K.M.; Guerra, M.; Souza, A.P.; Amaral, M.C.E. In Annals of Botany, 102(491-507). 2008.
2006[ to top ]
  • {Heterochromatin diversity and its co-localization with 5S and 45S rDNA sites in chromosomes of four Maxillaria species (Orchidaceae)}. Cabral, Juliano S.; Felix, Leonardo P.; Guerra, Marcelo. In {Genetics and Molecular Biology}, 29, bll 659–664. scielo, 2006.
  • Atlantic forest fragments in Pernambuco and Alagoas and theirs bromeliads: distribution, composition, richness and conservation. Siqueira-Filho, J.A.; Santos, A.M.M.; Leme, E.M.C.; Cabral, J.S. Vol. Fragments of the Atlantic Forest of Northeast Brazil: Biodiversity, Conservation and the Bromeliads, bll 101–131. Andrea Jakobsson Estúdio, Rio de Janeiro, 2006.
2003[ to top ]
  • Dieta de coruja murucututu (Pulsatrix perspicillata perspicillata Lathan, 1790) no Campus de UFRPE, Recife, PE. Cabral, J.S.; de Vasconcelos, S.L.; Rodrigues, M.F.; Pontual, R.M.; Mascarenhas, L.L. In VI Congresso de Ecologia do Brasil, Vol. Volume III, bll 273–274. Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, 2003.