Publicaciones (últimos años)

Aranda-Rickert, A.- Aranda-Rickert, A., Diez, P., Marazzi, B. (2014) “Extrafloral nectar fuels ant life in deserts”. AoB Plants, 6: plu068; doi:10.1093/aobpla/plu068.

Aranda-Rickert, A.(2014). Flora del Parque Geológico Sanagasta. Serie Ciencias Naturales CRILAR, Editorial Brujas, Córdoba, Argentina.

Silvani V., Rothen C., Rodríguez M. A., Cisneros G., Godeas A., Aranda-Rickert, A., Fracchia S. Fungal root colonization of Puccinellia frigida (Phil.) Johnston, a dominant grass species inhabiting the margins of high-altitude hypersaline Andean wetlands. Aquatic Botany 108: 26-32.

Aranda-Rickert, A., Fracchia, S. La biología de Pogonomyrmex cunicularius pencosensis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) en relación a su comportamiento como dispersora de semillas con eleosoma en el Noroeste semiárido argentino. Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina 71: 11-27.

Aranda-Rickert, A., Fracchia, S. Are subordinate ants the best seed dispersers? Linking dominance hierarchies and seed dispersal ability in myrmecochory interactions. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6: 297-306.

Aranda-Rickert, A., Fracchia, S. Pogonomyrmex cunicularius as the keystone disperser of elaiosome-bearing Jatropha excisa seeds in semi-arid Argentina. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 139: 91-102.

Fracchia S., Krapovickas L., Aranda-Rickert, A., Valentinuzzi V. Dispersal of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and dark septate endophytes by Ctenomys cf. knighti (Rodentia) in the northern Monte Desert of Argentina. Journal of Arid Environments, 75 (11): 1016-1023.

Aranda-Rickert, A., Morzán L., Fracchia S. Oil seed content and lipid profile of five Euphorbiaceae species native to arid zones of Argentina with potential as biodiesel source. Seed Science Research 21: 63-68.

Aranda-Rickert, A., Fracchia, S. Diplochory in two Jatropha (Euphorbiaceae) species of the Monte Desert of Argentina. Austral Ecology 35: 226-235.

Fracchia S., Aranda-Rickert, A., Silvani V., Fernández L., Godeas A. Mycorrhizal status of plant species in the Chaco Serrano Woodland from central Argentina. Mycorrhiza 19: 205–214.