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    • Genetic Resources: The Base Material for Managing Nature 

      Pastorino, Mario Juan; Marchelli, Paula (Elsevier, 2021)
      Genetic resources from any biological organism-complete genomes, genes, or even portions of genes that have actual or potential relevance to humans—are a provisioning ecosystem service. They are essential to ensure the ...
    • Native Forests Claim for Breeding in Argentina: General Concepts and Their State 

      Pastorino, Mario Juan (Springer, 2020-11)
      The first genetic studies on forest trees in Argentina were carried out with exotic fast-growing species and in relation to their productive use. These antecedents, conducted mainly by the National Institute of Agricultural ...
    • Nothofagus pumilio and N. antarctica: The Most Widely Distributed and Cold-Tolerant Southern Beeches in Patagonia 

      Soliani, Carolina; Marchelli, Paula; Mondino, Victor Alejandro; Pastorino, Mario Juan; Mattera, María Gabriela; Gallo, Leonardo Ariel; Aparicio, Alejandro Gabriel; Torres, Ana Delia; Tejera, Eduardo; Schinelli Casares, Teresa (Springer, 2021)
      Nothofagus pumilio (Poepp. & Endl.) Krasser, known as lenga, and Nothofagus antarctica (G. Forster) Oerster, commonly called ñire, are tree species of the temperate forests of southern South America, occurring in temperate-rainy ...
    • Patagonian Cypress (Austrocedrus chilensis): The Cedarwood of the Emblematic Architecture of North Patagonia 

      Aparicio, Alejandro Gabriel; Pastorino, Mario Juan (Springer, 2021)
      The Patagonian cypress Austrocedrus chilensis (D. Don) Pic. Serm. & Bizzarri, also known as Chilean cedar, is a dioecious, anemophilous, and anemochorous conifer (Cupressaceae), native to Argentina and Chile. In Argentina, ...
    • Questions, Perspectives and Final Considerations of Planting Native Species Under the Climate Change Conditioning 

      Pastorino, Mario Juan; Marchelli, Paula; Arana, María Veronica; Aparicio, Alejandro Gabriel (Springer, 2021)
      There is a growing interest in Argentina (and in the world) for planting native tree species. This has triggered the development of domestication programs for those species with greater productive potential or a key ...
    • Raulí (Nothofagus alpina = N. nervosa): The Best Quality Hardwood in Patagonia 

      Marchelli, Paula; Pastorino, Mario Juan; Azpilicueta, Maria Marta; Duboscq Carra, Virginia Gisela; Sola, Georgina Giselle; El Mujtar, Veronica Andrea; Arana, María Veronica; Arias Rios, Jorge Andrés; Fernandez, Natalia; Fontenla, Sonia Beatriz; González Peñalba, Marcelo; Gallo, Leonardo Ariel (Springer, 2021)
      Nothofagus alpina (Poepp. and Endl.) Oerst. (= N. nervosa (Phil.) Dim. et Mil.), raulí, is an iconic forest tree species of the South American temperate forests due to its hardwood quality. With a pinkish colour and light ...
    • Reflexiones para el día después del COVID 19 

      Pastorino, Mario Juan (REDFOR.ar - ArgentinaForestal - CONICET, 2021)
      “Todo tiene un final, todo termina” reza el clásico del rock nacional. Y aunque ya parezca que será eterna, la pandemia del covid 19 también va a terminar y con ella la cuarentena. Tenemos que comenzar a pensar en el día ...
    • Roble pellín (Nothofagus obliqua): A Southern Beech with a Restricted Distribution Area But a Wide Environmental Range in Argentina 

      Azpilicueta, Maria Marta; Marchelli, Paula; Aparicio, Alejandro Gabriel; Pastorino, Mario Juan; El Mujtar, Veronica Andrea; Torres, Cristian Daniel; Puntieri, Javier Guido; Stecconi, Marina; Barbero, Fernando Alvaro; Lozano, Liliana; Gallo, Leonardo Ariel (Springer, 2021)
      Nothofagus obliqua (Mirb.) Oerst. (Nothofagaceae, Hill and Jordan 1993), known as ‘roble’, ‘pellín’, ‘roble pellín’ or ‘hualle’, is a tree species endemic to South American temperate forests. It is under protection in ...
    • Temperate Subantarctic Forests: A Huge Natural Laboratory 

      Marchelli, Paula; Pastorino, Mario Juan; Gallo, Leonardo Ariel (Springer, 2021)
      In the southern tip of South America, temperate subantarctic forests develop on both sides of the Andes mountain range. Known in Argentina as Andean-Patagonian forests, these ecosystems cover a narrow but long latitudinal ...