9 Works

Data from: Postcranial anatomy of the extinct terrestrial sloth Simomylodon uccasamamensis (Xenarthra: Mylodontidae) from the Pliocene of the Bolivian Altiplano and its evolutionary implications

Alberto Boscaini, Néstor Toledo, Bernardino Mamani Quispe, Rubén Andrade Flores, Marcos Fernández-Monescillo, Laurent Marivaux, Pierre-Olivier Antoine, Philippe Münch, Timothy Gaudin & François Pujos
Extinct terrestrial sloths are common elements of the late Cenozoic South American fossil record. Among them, Mylodontinae species were particularly abundant in the Americas throughout the Pleistocene epoch, and their anatomy is relatively well known. In contrast, less information is available from the Neogene record and particularly from localities at low latitudes, with an additional and considerable bias in favor of craniodental rather than postcranial remains. In this contribution, we provide comparative descriptions of several...

Child and elderly care in South Korea: policy analysis with a gendered, carefocused computable general equilibrium model

Martin Cicowiez & Hans Lofgren

The queer potential of the abject: The agency of matter and radical negativity in Mona Hatoum’s \"Corps étranger\"

Ariel Martínez, Luciano Arévalo, Tomás Gomariz & Guillermo Suzzi
We present our thoughts here on British-Palestinian artist Mona Hatoum’s Corps étranger (1994), a video-installation consisting of endoscopic images of the inside of the artist’s own body projected from beneath the glass floor of a cylindrical booth. In a departure from the social constructionist proposal of Judith Butler, who emphasizes the role normative ideals play in the construction of the body by imposing an imaginary morphological ideal (assigning some parts of the body to a...

Data from: Morphological disparity in the evolution of the ophthalmosaurid forefin: new clues from the Upper Jurassic of Argentina

Lisandro Campos, Marta Fernández, Yanina Herrera & Alberto Garrido
Jurassic and Cretaceous marine deposits worldwide depict ophthalmosaurid ichthyosaurs as major components of marine tetrapod communities for almost 76 million years. One of the major features characterising this clade is the complexity and diversity of their stylopodium-zeugopodium morphology. Late Jurassic deposits of the Vaca Muerta Formation in northwest Patagonia (Argentina) have yielded the richest Tithonian ophthalmosaurid records from Gondwana. Here, we present a new ophthalmosaurid from this lithostratigraphic unit, Sumapalla argentina gen. et sp. nov.,...

Data from: Evolutionary pattern of Metacaremys gen. nov. (Rodentia, Octodontidae) and its biochronological implications for the late Miocene–early Pliocene of southern South America

Pedro Piñero, Diego H. Verzi, A. Itatí Olivares, Claudia I. Montalvo, Rodrigo L. Tomassini & Ariel Fernández Villoldo
Octodontoidea rodents (Hystricognathi) are particularly useful for analysing evolution of diversity and derived biochronological patterns. Despite its significance, our knowledge of the systematics of octodontoids from the late Miocene–early Pliocene, a key time interval in the evolution of this group in South America, is still partial. Here, we analyse the taxonomic status and diversity of the late Miocene octodontoid Cercomys primitiva and related samples, a taxon known hitherto only by the holotype specimen. New findings...

Ética de medios después del COVID-19: repensar la disciplina a la luz del caso de las teorías conspirativas antivacuna

Joaquín Suárez-Ruíz

Proceedings of the 9th Iberoamerican Conference on Applications and Usability of Interactive TV - jAUTI 2020

Jorge Ferraz de Abreu, Maria Jose Abasolo Guerrero, Pedro Almeida & Telmo Silva

The color of greater flamingo feathers fades when no cosmetics are applied

Maria Cecilia Chiale, Miguel Rendón, Sophie Labaude, Anne-Sophie Deville, Juan Garrido-Fernández, Antonio Pérez-Gálvez, Araceli Garrido, Manuel Rendón-Martos, Arnaud Béchet & Juan Amat
Greater flamingos use cosmetic coloration by spreading uropygial secretions pigmented with carotenoids over their feathers, which makes the plumage redder. Because flamingos inhabit open environments that receive direct solar radiation during daytime, and carotenoids bleach when exposed to solar radiation, we expected that the plumage color would fade if there is no maintenance for cosmetic purposes. Here, we show that the concentrations of pigments inside feathers and on the surface of feathers were correlated, as...

CWE-GAM methodology report Gem-Care: a gendered dynamic general equilibrium model for analysis of care

Hans Lofgren & Martin Cicowiez

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  • 2021

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  • National University of La Plata
  • Estación Biológica de Doñana
  • Instituto de la Grasa
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • University of Aveiro
  • National University of La Pampa
  • University of Montpellier
  • Centro Científico Tecnológico - Mendoza
  • National University of Córdoba
  • Agencia de Medio Ambiente y Agua de Andalucía