Yuri Jorge Peña-Ramírez

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Tabebuia donnell-smithii is a tropical tree species that is highly important as a forest crop due to both environmental and economic benefits. Wood from these trees is in high demand, achieving up to(More)
Cedrela odorata L. is a valuable tropical tree widely appreciated for its wood. This species confronts serious problems due to both overexploitation of its natural populations and its susceptibility(More)
Spanish red cedar (Cedrela odorata L.) is a tropical timber tree native to the Americas from southern Mexico to northern Argentina. Commercial plantations are scarce and, consequently, natural(More)
Marine invertebrate-associated microbial communities are interesting examples of complex symbiotic systems and are a potential source of biotechnological products. In this work, pyrosequencing-based(More)
Tree planters of the Yucatan peninsula in México are mostly first-generation small-scale forest owners. As a consequence of the lack of a management plan, trees employed for plantations are currently(More)
Although detergents are major environmental pollutants for soil and water, their impact in bacterial community structures has not been addressed. We compared the bacterial community structures as(More)
Metagenomics is a culture-independent technology that allows access to novel and potentially useful genetic resources from a wide range of unknown microorganisms. In this study, a fosmid metagenomic(More)
The forest tree Spanish cedar (Cedrela odorata L.) is well-known for its high-value timber; however, this species is attacked by the shoot borer (Hypsipyla grandella) during its early years of(More)
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