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dc.contributor.authorVillate Suárez, Carlos Andrés-
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dc.identifier.citationVillate Suárez, C. A. (2017). Las perchas para aves como estrategia de restauración ecológica, su influencia sobre la dispersión de semillas y reclutamiento de plántulas en la microcuenca del río La Vega, Tunja - Boyacá. (Tesis de maestría). Universidad Pedagógica y tecnológica de Colombia, Tunja. http://repositorio.uptc.edu.co/handle/001/2141spa
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dc.description.abstractLas perchas para aves son estructuras que pueden influenciar la dispersión de semillas y dinamizar la sucesión. Dichas estructuras hacen parte de un conjunto de técnicas conocidas como nucleación, el cual es un proceso que implica elementos, bióticos y abióticos, que pueden propiciar la formación de nichos de regeneración. La microcuenca del río la Vega, presenta invasión por especies exóticas, pastizales con fines pecuarios y pérdida de la vegetación nativa del área riparía. Se evaluó la estrategia de restauración con perchas artificiales en el área de ribera, estableciendo un experimento con tres tratamientos; T0: sin perchas, T1: con percha artificial y T2: con percha natural, bajo cada percha se ubicó una trampa para retener las semillas dispersadas y una parcela escarificada para medir el reclutamiento. Mediante la captura de aves y obtención de sus fecas se determinó las principales especies dispersoras de semillas y las principales especies potencialmente dispersadas. El test de Mann Whitney demostró que el tratamiento con percha artificial favoreció la dispersión de semillas ornitócoras. Sin embargo, el reclutamiento de plántulas ornitocoras en las parcelas bajo las perchas no fue significativo. Turdus fuscater y Pheucticus aureoventris fueron las principales especies dispersoras y Acacia melanoxylon, Muehlenbeckia tamnifolia y Morella pubescens, las semillas más dispersadas por las aves. Las perchas artificiales aumentaron la dispersión de semillas, no obstante el reclutamiento de especies ornitócoras en las parcelas bajo perchas artificiales fue limitado, a pesar de eliminar la competencia con el pastizal y herbáceas a través del escarificado.spa
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dc.titleLas perchas para aves como estrategia de restauración ecológica, su influencia sobre la dispersión de semillas y reclutamiento de plántulas en la microcuenca del río La Vega, Tunja - Boyacá.spa
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dc.thesis.nameMagister en Ciencias Biológicasspa
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dc.description.abstractenglishPerches for birds are structures that may influence seed dispersal and boost the succession. These structures are part of a set of techniques known as nucleation, which is a process involving elements, biotic and abiotic, those can promote the formation of niches of regeneration The Vega’s watershed creek has invasion by exotic species, pastures with livestock purposes and loss of native vegetation in its riparian areas. The restoration strategy was evaluated with artificial perches in the riverside area, establishing an experiment with three treatments; T0: without perch, T1: with artificial perch and T2: with natural perch, under each perch a trap was located to retain the dispersed seeds. Through the capture of birds and obtaining their fecas the main dispersing species of seeds and the potentially dispersed vegetal species were determined. The Mann Whitney test showed that the treatment with artificial perch favored the dispersion of ornitocorous seeds. However, recruitment of seedlings in the plots under the perches was not significant. Turdus fuscater and Pheucticus aureoventris were the main dispersing species and Acacia melanoxylon, Muehlenbeckia tamnifolia and Morella pubescens, the most dispersed seeds. Artificial perches increased the dispersion of seeds, however the recruitment of ornitocorous species in the plots under artificial perches was limited; Inclusive eliminating competition with the grassland through the scarification.spa
dc.rights.creativecommonsAtribución-NoComercialspa
dc.subject.armarcRecuperación ecológica-
dc.subject.armarcConservación de los recursos naturales-
dc.subject.armarcRestauración ecológica - Investigaciones - Río la Vega (Tunja, Boyacá)-
dc.subject.armarcEcología forestal-
dc.subject.armarcEcosistemas - Investigaciones-
dc.subject.armarcEcosistemas terrestres-
dc.subject.armarcMaestría en Ciencias Biológicas - Tesis y disertaciones académicas-
dc.subject.proposalPlántulasspa
dc.subject.proposalEcología de la restauraciónspa
dc.subject.proposalSemillasspa
dc.subject.proposalBosque ripariospa
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