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Personal postdoctoral

Orizaola Pereda, Germán

Investigador Ramón y Cajal
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Áreas de interés:

  • Zoología
  • Ecología evolutiva
  • Adaptación local
  • Plasticidad
  • Radioecología


  • Burraco, P., Valdés, A. E. and Orizaola, G. 2020. Metabolic costs of altered growth trajectories across life transitions in amphibians.
  • Murillo-Rincón, A.P., Laurila, A. and Orizaola, G. 2017. Compensating for delayed hatching reduces offspring immune response and increases life-history costs. : Oikos 126, 565-571
  • Murillo-Rincón, A.P., Kolter, N. A., Laurila, A. and Orizaola, G. 2017.  Intra-specific priority effects modify compensatory responses to changes in hatching phenology in an amphibian. : Journal of Animal Ecology 86, 128-135
  • Carreira, B., Segurado, P., Orizaola, G., Gonçalves, N.,  Pinto, V., Laurila, A. and Rebelo, R. 2016. Warm vegetarians? Heat waves and diet shifts in tadpoles. : Ecology 97, 2464-2474
  • Orizaola, G., Richter-Boix, A. and Laurila, A. 2016. Transgenerational effects and impact of compensatory responses to changes in breeding phenology on antipredator defenses. : Ecology 97, 2470-2478
  • Orizaola, G. and Laurila, A. 2016. Developmental plasticity increases at the northern range margin in a warm-dependent amphibian. : Evolutionary Applications 9, 471-478.
  • Richter-Boix, A., Orizaola, G. and Laurila, A. 2014. Transgenerational phenotypic plasticity links parental phenology with offspring life-history. : Ecology, 2715-2722.
  • Nunes, A.L., Orizaola, G., Laurila, A. and Rebelo, R. 2014. Rapid evolution of constitutive and inducible defenses against an invasive predator. : Ecology 95, 1520-1530.
  • Orizaola, G., Dahl, E. and Laurila, A. 2014. Compensatory growth strategies are affected by the strength of environmental time-constraints in anuran larvae. : Oecologia 174, 131-137.
  • Orizaola, G., Dahl, E., Nicieza, A.G. and Laurila, A. 2013. Life history and anti-predator strategies are affected by breeding phenology in an amphibian. : Oecologia 171, 873-881.