Broggini, C. et al. (2022)

Broggini, C., Abril, N, Carranza, J & Membrillo, A. (2022) Evaluation of candidate reference genes for quantitative real‑time PCR normalization in blood from red deer developing antlers. scientific reports. Sexual selection favors male traits that increase their ability to monopolize the breeding access to several females. Deer antlers are cranial appendages that regenerate annually Leer másBroggini, C. et al. (2022)[…]

Carranza, J. (2022)

Carranza, J. (2022) La razón por la que las mujeres viven más que los hombres. The conversation Las mujeres siempre han vivido más que los hombres, con independencia del país, la cultura, la raza o el momento histórico. Aunque la esperanza de vida aumenta cuando las condiciones de vida mejoran, como ha ocurrido en muchos Leer másCarranza, J. (2022)[…]

Carranza, J. et al. (2018)

Carranza, J., Yoong, W.A., Caño Vergara, B., Briones, A., & Concha Mateos, C. (2018) Grass greenness flush can influence breeding phenology and fertility in equatorial thoroughbred mares in the absence of photoperiod variation. Animal Science Journal  89, 919–924 Reproductive phenology is an important trait subjected to natural selection. Current horses in America belong to the Leer másCarranza, J. et al. (2018)[…]

Pérez-Barbería, F.J. & Walker, D.M. (2018)

Pérez-Barbería, F.J. & Walker, D.M. (2018) Dynamics of social behaviour at parturition in a gregarious ungulate. Behavioural Processes 150, 75-84 Group living is the behavioural response that results when individuals assess the costs vs benefits of sociality, and these trade-offs vary across an animal’s life. Here we quantitatively assess how periparturient condition (mother/non-mother) and births Leer másPérez-Barbería, F.J. & Walker, D.M. (2018)[…]

Carranza, J. et al. (2017)

Carranza, J., Yoong, W.A., Mateos, C., Caño Vergara, B., Gómez, C.L., Macías, V. (2017) Reproductive phenology of Creole horses in Ecuador in the absence of photoperiod variation: The effects of forage availability and flooding affecting body condition of mares.  Animal Science Journal 88, 2063-2070. Horse reproduction tends to be seasonal. The main adjusting factor in Leer másCarranza, J. et al. (2017)[…]

Carranza, J. et al. (2017)

Carranza, J., Roldan, M., Carvalho-Peroni, E.F., Barbatini-Duarte, J.M., (2017) Weak premating isolation between two parapatric brocket deer species Mammalian Biology 87:17–26 Brocket deer Mazama nemorivaga and M. gouazoubira occur at the Amazon basin and southern areas, respectively, in parapatric distribution ranges. Both species can interbreed in captivity, although hybrids have serious fertility problems. Therefore, we Leer másCarranza, J. et al. (2017)[…]

Martínez-Juaregui, M. et al. (2017)

Martínez-Jauregui, M., Linares, O., Carranza, J., Soliño, M. (2017) Dealing with conflicts between people and colonizing native predator species. Biological Conservation 209: 239-244. The conflicts associated with the return of flagship species and the consequences of exotic species invasion have been extensively assessed, but there is a lack of information about conflicts derived from the Leer másMartínez-Juaregui, M. et al. (2017)[…]

Valencia, J. et al. (2017)

Valencia, J., Mateos, C., de la Cruz, C., Carranza, J. (2017) Maternal allocation in eggs when counting on helpers in a cooperatively breeding bird. Journal of Avian Biology 48, 536–543 For cooperatively breeding birds, it has been proposed that breeders should reduce their investment in eggs when they count on helpers, because this can be Leer másValencia, J. et al. (2017)[…]

Pérez-González, J. et al. (2016)

Pérez-González, J., Costa, V., Santos, P., Carranza, J.,  Zsolnai, A., Fernández-Llario, P., Monteiro, N.M., Anton, I., Beja-Pereira, A. (2016) Heterozygosity decrease in wild boar mating system. A case of outbreeding avoidance? Journal of Zoology 302, 40-48. In sexually reproducing organisms, the specific combinations of parental alleles can have important consequences on offspring viability and fitness. Leer másPérez-González, J. et al. (2016)[…]

Carranza, J., Salinas, M., Pérez-González, J., De Andrés Cara, D. (2014)

Carranza, J., Salinas, M., Pérez-González, J., De Andrés Cara, D. (2014) Dos linajes genéticos en el ciervo ibérico. Trofeo, caza y conservación, Marzo 2014, 46-49. El ciervo ibérico incluye dos linajes genéticos que proceden de épocas anteriores a la última glaciación. Uno de ellos se encuentra en Extremadura y el otro fundamentalmente en el centro Leer másCarranza, J., Salinas, M., Pérez-González, J., De Andrés Cara, D. (2014)[…]