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'''Logares, R.''', Bråte, J., Bertilsson, S., Clasen, J.L., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Rengefors, K. Infrequent marine-freshwater transitions in the microbial world. '''Trends in Microbiology'''. In press.
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'''Logares, R.''', Bråte, J., Heinrich, F., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Bertilsson, S. Infrequent transitions between saline and fresh waters in one of the most abundant microbial lineages (SAR11). '''Molecular Biology and Evolution'''. In press.
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'''Logares, R.''', Bråte, J., Bertilsson, S., Clasen, J.L., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Rengefors, K. Infrequent marine-freshwater transitions in the microbial world. '''Trends in Microbiology'''.17:414-422.  
Leblond, J., Lasiter, A., Li, C., '''Logares, R.''', Rengefors, K., Evens, T. Applying Clustering and Phylogeny Analysis to Study Dinoflagellates based on Sterol Composition. '''International Journal of Data Mining and Bioinformatics'''. In press.
Leblond, J., Lasiter, A., Li, C., '''Logares, R.''', Rengefors, K., Evens, T. Applying Clustering and Phylogeny Analysis to Study Dinoflagellates based on Sterol Composition. '''International Journal of Data Mining and Bioinformatics'''. In press.

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I have earned my PhD at the Ecology Dept., Lund University, Sweden, in 2007[1]. During my PhD, I have worked in Rengefors Lab with populations genetics and phylogenetics of unicellular eukaryotes, investigating their diversification patterns at different evolutionary scales. In collaboration with researchers in Norway and Argentina, we have investigated the historical marine - freshwater transitions in Dinoflagellates and Cryptomonads. I have also investigated the evolutionary diversification of dinoflagellate lineages inhabiting polar and temperate lakes, in collaboration with researchers in Denmark, Norway, Finland and the UK.


Here, at the limnology dept., I will investigate the diversity of prokaryotes in lakes in relation with some of their specific ecological functions.


Contact:

ramiro.logares [at] ebc.uu.se

Phone: ++46 (0) 18 471 2706 (office)

Fax: ++46 (0) 18 53 11 34


Publications


Logares, R., Bråte, J., Heinrich, F., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Bertilsson, S. Infrequent transitions between saline and fresh waters in one of the most abundant microbial lineages (SAR11). Molecular Biology and Evolution. In press.

Logares, R., Bråte, J., Bertilsson, S., Clasen, J.L., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Rengefors, K. Infrequent marine-freshwater transitions in the microbial world. Trends in Microbiology.17:414-422.

Leblond, J., Lasiter, A., Li, C., Logares, R., Rengefors, K., Evens, T. Applying Clustering and Phylogeny Analysis to Study Dinoflagellates based on Sterol Composition. International Journal of Data Mining and Bioinformatics. In press.

Logares, R., Boltovskoy, A., Bensch, S., Laybourn-Parry, J., Rengefors, K. Genetic diversity within five protist species. Protist, Accepted.

Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Bråte, J., Logares, R., Klaveness, D., Berney, C., Jakobsen, K. Diversification in unicellular eukaryotes: Cryptomonad colonizations of marine and freshwaters inferred from revised 18S rRNA phylogeny. Environmental Microbiology, In press.

Logares, R.,Daugbjerg, N.,Boltovskoy, A., Kremp, A. Laybourn-Parry, J. Rengefors, K. 2008. Recent evolutionary diversification of a protist lineage. Environmental Microbiology, In press.[2]

Logares, R., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Boltovskoy, A., Rengefors, K. 2007. Extensive dinoflagellate phylogenies indicate infrequent marine-freshwater transitions. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 45: 887-903.[3]

Rengefors, K., Laybourn-Parry, J., Logares, R., Hansen, G. 2008.Marine-derived dinoflagellates in Antarctic saline lakes: annual dynamics and community composition. Journal of Phycology. In press.

Logares, R., Rengefors, K., Kremp, A., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Boltovskoy, A.,Tengs, T. Shurtleff, A. and Klaveness, D. 2007. Phenotypically different microalgal morphospecies with identical ribosomal DNA: A case of rapid adaptive evolution? Microbial Ecology. 53: 549-561.[4]

Leblond,J., Anderson, B., Kofink, D., Logares, R., Rengefors, K. and Kremp, A. 2006. Lipid Composition of Two Cold-Adapted Dinoflagellate (Dinophyceae) Species from Scandinavian Waters: Comparison with Dinoflagellates from Warmer Environments. European Journal of Phycology. 41: 303-311.[5]

Logares, R. 2006. Does the global microbiota consist of a few cosmopolitan species? Ecología Austral. 16:85-90.[6]

Logares, R. and Úbeda, C.A. 2006. First insights into the overwintering biology of Alsodes gargola frogs and tadpoles in harsh Andean-Patagonian alpine environments. Amphibia-Reptilia 27: 263-267.[7]

Logares, R. and Úbeda, C.A. (2004): Alsodes gargola (Rana del Catedral). Overwintering Tadpoles. Herpetological Review 35: 368-369.


Submitted


Bråte, J., Logares, R., Berney, C., Jakobsen, K., Shalchian-Tabrizi, K. Infrequent marine-freshwater colonisations and novel diversity of parasitic protalveolates revealed by phylogenetic analysis of environmental 18S rRNA


PhD Thesis

Logares , R. E. 2007. Microbial evolution: patterns of diversity in aquatic protists. PhD thesis, Lund University, Sweden ISBN: 978-91-7105-263-6 [8]
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