Dr. Theofania-Sotiria Patsiou

Pflanzenökologie
theofania.patsiou-at-unibas.ch

Büro 28
Hebelstrasse 1
4056 Basel

Telefon
+41 (0)61 207 23 14

Research interest

I am interested in Plant Biogeography and Evolutionary Biogeography, Plant Ecology, micro-climate and landscape ecology. Currently, I am working on defining common important niche axes that sort out over an elevational gradient driving the distribution of species from the Brassicaceae family.

Publications

Patsiou TS, Conti E, Theodoridis S, et al. (2017) The contribution of cold air pooling to the distribution of a rare and endemic plant of the Alps. Plant Ecology & Diversity 1–14, doi:10.1080/17550874.2017.1302997

Theodoridis S, Randin C, Szövényi P, Boucher FC, Patsiou TS, Conti E (2016) How do cold-adapted plants respond to climatic cycles? Interglacial expansion explains current distribution and genomic diversity in primula farinosa L. Systematic Biology 1–22, doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syw114

Wingen LU, Orford S, Goram R, et al. (2014) Establishing the A. E. Watkins landrace cultivar collection as a resource for systematic gene discovery in bread wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 127:1831–1842

Patsiou TS, Conti E, Zimmermann NE, Theodoridis S, Randin CF (2014) Topo-climatic microrefugia explain the persistence of a rare endemic plant in the Alps during the last 21 millennia. Global change biology 20:2286–2300

Theodoridis S, Randin CF, Broennimann O, Patsiou T; Conti E (2013) Divergent and narrower climatic niches characterize polyploid species of European primroses in Primula sect. Aleuritia. Journal of Biogeography 40:1278-1289.

Aktuelle Publikationen

Patsiou, Theofania S; Conti, Elena; Zimmermann, Niklaus E; Theodoridis, Spyros; Randin, Christophe F: Topo-climatic microrefugia explain the persistence of a rare endemic plant in the Alps during the last 21 millennia, in: Global change biology 20, 2014, H. 7, S. 2286-300. edoc
Theodoridis, S; Randin, Christophe F; Broennimann, O; Patsiou, Theofania S; Conti, Elena: Divergent and narrower climatic niches characterize polyploid species of European primroses in Primula sect. Aleuritia, in: Journal of biogeography 40, 2013, S. 1278-1289.

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