Proceedings of the AMURGA International Conferences on Island Biodiversity, 2011

Date
2013
Authors
Gruenstaeudl, Michael
Jansen, Robert
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
Fundación Canaria Amurga Maspalomas
Abstract
Description
Summary. Introduction (p. 8) -- Preface (p. 10) -- 1. Island Biogeography -- The importance of windows of opportunity for long-distance dispersal to or from oceanic islands: examples from the Macaronesian archipelago / by José María Fernández Palacios et al. (p. 16) -- Integrative phylogenetic evidence on the origin of island endemics in the Mediterranean region: Comparisons between oceanic and continental fragment islands / by Elena Conti (p. 24) -- Bayesian biogeography finds its roots: Statistical models in island biogeography / by Isabel Sanmartín (p. 38) -- A comparison of bryophyte diversity in the Macaronesian Islands. Island versus habitat approach / by Juana María González-Mancebo et al. (p. 52) -- Macaronesia: a refugium and obligate custom office for Atlantic bryophyte species in transit from and towards Europe / by Alain Vanderpoorten et al. (p. 68) -- 2. Genetic Diversity and Ecology in the Canaries -- Sexual systems in canarian flora. Evolutionary pathways to gender dimorphism and dioecy / by Julia Pérez de Paz et al. (p. 78) -- Islands within islands: historical and ecological constraints explain disjunct distribution between Navaea phoenicea populations / by Javier Fuertes Aguilar et al. (p. 92) -- Genetic diversity of Canarian endemisms revealed by microsatellites: knowledge after one decade of analysis / by Pedro A. Sosa et al. (p. 94) -- A “Tree of Life” for the Canarian endemic trees: a first step toward the Phylogenetic Diversity of the archipelago’s flora / by Ruth Jaén-Molina et al. (p. 104) -- 3. Evolutionary Processes -- Contribution of natural hybridization to plant evolution in oceanic islands (and elsewhere). Is a conceptual synthesis possible? / by Gonzalo Nieto Feliner (p. 124) -- Long-distance dispersal by wind / by Jesús Muñoz (p. 134) -- The surfing syngameon hypothesis: implications for the genetic and taxonomic diversities of the present Canarian flora / by Juli Caujapé-Castells (p. 136) -- Preliminary investigations of correlated diversification between plants and their associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Macaronesia / by Bob Jansen et al. (p. 146) -- Does the Linnean shortfall explain the Azores diversity enigma? / by Mark A. Carine (p. 156) -- 4. Plant Life Out of Macaronesia – The Reproductive Biology of Island Plants: the Juan Fernandez and Canary Islands / by Dan Crawford et al. (p. 166) -- Genetic diversity and phylogeography in Western Mediterranean islands: what we do know and what we should know / by Josep A. Rossello et al. (p. 178) -- What can tell us genome organization about plant evolution in Mediterranean continental islands? / by Marcela Rosato et al. (p. 180) -- Contrasting patterns of plant evolution in the Canarian and Galapagos islands: the origin of dispersal and colonization / by Pablo Vargas et al. (p. 182) -- Floristic relationships between Macaronesia, mainly Canary Islands, and East Africa / by Arnoldo Santos-Guerra (p. 192) -- 5. Macaronesian Floras -- Taxonomy of island plants: a proposal for a Flora of Macaronesia / by David Bramwell (p. 204) -- SW Morocco: An obvious step for understanding the Canary Islands Flora / by Jorge Alfredo Reyes-Betancort & Arnoldo Santos-Guerra (p. 206) -- Conservation strategies for the Azorean priority taxa: what are the molecules telling us? / by Mónica Moura (p. 218) -- A phylogeny for the Macaronesian flora and how we can use it to predict potential invaders and identify hotspots of genetic diversity / by Hanno Schaefer (p. 220) -- Present and emerging knowledge on the evolution, diversity and conservation of the canarian flora. / by Maria Romeiras & Maria Cristina Duarte (p. 238)
Citation