ISI 2011

1. Acevedo, M., et al., Cardiovascular risk factors among young subjects with high carotid intima media thickness. Revista Medica De Chile, 2011. 139(10): p. 1322-1329.

2. Acevedo, M., et al., Risk factors for a high carotid intima media thickness among healthy adults. Revista Medica De Chile, 2011. 139(3): p. 290-297.

3. Alfaro, F.M., et al., Composition and distribution of the Orthoptera assemblage (Insecta) in an arid basin in North-Central Chile. Revista De La Facultad De Ciencias Agrarias, 2011. 43(1): p. 97-110.

4. Amezaga, J.M., et al., A Rich Vein? Mining and the Pursuit of Sustainability. Environmental Science & Technology, 2011. 45(1): p. 21-26.

5. Andrade P, R.D., R. Lemus M, and C.E. Perez C, MODELS OF SORPTION ISOTHERMS FOR FOOD: USES AND LIMITATIONS. Vitae-Revista De La Facultad De Quimica Farmaceutica, 2011. 18(3): p. 324-333.

6. Andrea Acevedo, M., et al., EXERCISE CAPACITY: THE MOST IMPORTANT DETERMINANT OF MORTALITY IN A HEALTHY MIDDLE AGED POPULATION. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 2011. 57(14): p. E547-E547.

7. Atala, C., C. Cordero, and E. Gianoli, Drought and leaf damage limit the search for support in the climbing plant Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth (Convolvulaceae). Gayana Botanica, 2011. 68(2): p. 207-212.

8. Austin, J.D., et al., Permanent Genetic Resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 February 2011-31 March 2011. Molecular Ecology Resources, 2011. 11(4): p. 757-758.

9. Barrientos Pacheco, L., Study of toponyms: Region of Arica y Parinacota and Region of Tarapaca. Origin and meaning of place names in northern Chile. Revista Musical Chilena, 2011. 65(216): p. 106-107.

10. Bertin, A., P.A. Inostroza, and R.A. Quinones, Estrogen pollution in a highly productive ecosystem off central-south Chile. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2011. 62(7): p. 1530-1537.

11. Borissova, J., et al., New Galactic star clusters discovered in the VVV survey. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2011. 532.

12. Bozinovic, F., et al., Body mass and water economy in the South American olivaceous field mouse along a latitudinal gradient: Implications for climate change. Journal of Arid Environments, 2011. 75(5): p. 411-415.

13. Briones-Labarca, V., C. Munoz, and H. Maureira, Effect of high hydrostatic pressure on antioxidant capacity, mineral and starch bioaccessibility of a non conventional food: Prosopis chilensis seed. Food Research International, 2011. 44(4): p. 875-883.

14. Briones-Labarca, V., et al., Effects of high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) on bioaccessibility, as well as antioxidant activity, mineral and starch contents in Granny Smith apple. Food Chemistry, 2011. 128(2): p. 520-529.

15. Cappa, C.E., et al., A multifrequency study of the active star-forming complex NGC6357-I. Interstellar structures linked to the open cluster Pis 24. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2011. 415(3): p. 2844-2858.

16. Castillo, L.C., et al., Differential regulation of kidney and spleen cytokine responses in mice infected with a Candida albicans mannosylation mutant. Mycoses, 2011. 54: p. 114-114.

17. Castillo, N.O., H.W. Gomez, and H. Bolfarine, Epsilon Birnbaum-Saunders distribution family: properties and inference. Statistical Papers, 2011. 52(4): p. 871-883.

18. Castillo, N.O., et al., On the Fernandez-Steel distribution: Inference and application. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 2011. 55(11): p. 2951-2961.

19. Castillo-Monroy, A.P., et al., Relationships between biological soil crusts, bacterial diversity and abundance, and ecosystem functioning: Insights from a semi-arid Mediterranean environment. Journal of Vegetation Science, 2011. 22(1): p. 165-174.

20. Contreras-Soto, R., et al., BAYESIAN PREDICTION OF POPULATION PERFORMANCE OF Eucalyptus cladocalyx FOR BINARY TRAITS OF FLOWERING COMPONENTS AND SURVIVAL IN ARID ZONES OF CHILE. Interciencia, 2011. 36(9): p. 644-649.

21. Conway-Gomez, K. and F. Araya Palacios, Discussing the Geography of Sustainable Development through an International Online Collaboration with Students in Chile and the USA. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2011. 35(2): p. 265-279.

22. Di Scala, K., et al., Changes of quality characteristics of pepino fruit (Solanum muricatum Ait) during convective drying. International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 2011. 46(4): p. 746-753.

23. Eugenio Valdivia, D., et al., Species composition and abundance of solpugids (Arachnida: Solifugae) in ecotopes of the transitional coastal desert of Chile. Revista Mexicana De Biodiversidad, 2011. 82(4): p. 1234-1242.

24. Fiebig-Wittmaack, M., et al., Tridiagonal preconditioning for Poisson-like difference equations with flat grids: Application to incompressible atmospheric flow. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 2011. 236(6): p. 1435-1441.

25. Francisco Carcamo, P., et al., Chronicle of a foretold conflict: Three coal-fired power plants in a biodiversity hotspot of global significance. Revista Chilena De Historia Natural, 2011. 84(2): p. 171-180.

26. Franck, N., et al., Seasonal fluctuations in Vitis vinifera root respiration in the field. New Phytologist, 2011. 192(4): p. 939-951.

27. Galotto, M.J., et al., Experimental and theoretical study of LDPE: Evaluation of different food simulants and temperatures. Food Research International, 2011. 44(9): p. 3072-3078.

28. Gatica, A., I. Pereira, and O. Vallejos, Epiphytic lichens: a tool for to study the ecological continuity Mocha Island, Chile. Gayana Botanica, 2011. 68(2): p. 226-235.

29. Georgiev, L., et al., WIND STRUCTURE AND LUMINOSITY VARIATIONS IN THE WOLF-RAYET/LUMINOUS BLUE VARIABLE HD 5980. Astronomical Journal, 2011. 142(6).

30. Godoy, O., et al., Forests are not immune to plant invasions: phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation allow Prunella vulgaris to colonize a temperate evergreen rainforest. Biological Invasions, 2011. 13(7): p. 1615-1625.

31. Gomez-Gonzalez, S., et al., Anthropogenic fire drives the evolution of seed traits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2011. 108(46): p. 18743-18747.

32. Gomez-Gonzalez, S., C. Torres-Diaz, and E. Gianoli, The effects of fire-related cues on seed germination and viability of Helenium aromaticum (Hook.) HL Bailey (Asteraceae). Gayana Botanica, 2011. 68(1): p. 86-88.

33. Gonzalez, M., et al., Construction And Preliminary Validation Of The Scale Of Openness To Knowledge And To Emotional Change (EACCE) For University Student. Terapia Psicologica, 2011. 29(2): p. 167-174.

34. Gouin, N., et al., Disentangling the impact of demographic factors on population differentiation of an endangered freshwater crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) using population density and microsatellite data. Freshwater Biology, 2011. 56(10): p. 2105-2118.

35. Jimenez, M.A., et al., Extreme climatic events change the dynamics and invasibility of semi-arid annual plant communities. Ecology Letters, 2011. 14(12): p. 1227-1235.

36. Lara, E., et al., Structural and physical modifications of corn biscuits during baking process. Lwt-Food Science and Technology, 2011. 44(3): p. 622-630.

37. Larrea-Alcazar, D.M. and R.P. Lopez, Pollination biology of Oreocereus celsianus (Cactaceae), a columnar cactus inhabiting the high subtropical Andes. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2011. 295(1-4): p. 129-137.

38. Lazzus, J.A., Predicting Natural and Chaotic Time Series with a Swarm-Optimized Neural Network. Chinese Physics Letters, 2011. 28(11).

39. Lazzus, J.A., Autoignition Temperature Prediction Using an Artificial Neural Network with Particle Swarm Optimization. International Journal of Thermophysics, 2011. 32(5): p. 957-973.

40. Lazzus, J.A., Prediction of flammability limit temperatures from molecular structures using a neural network-particle swarm algorithm. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2011. 42(3): p. 447-453.

41. Lazzus, J.A., Neural network/particle swarm method to predict flammability limits in air of organic compounds. Thermochimica Acta, 2011. 512(1-2): p. 150-156.

42. Lazzus, J.A. and L.O. Palma Chilla, Gas-solid phase calculations of binary mixtures using optimization of evolutionary algorithms. Journal of Engineering Thermophysics, 2011. 20(1): p. 101-114.

43. Lemus-Mondaca, R.A., A. Vega-Galvez, and N.O. Moraga, Computational Simulation and Developments Applied to Food Thermal Processing. Food Engineering Reviews, 2011. 3(3-4): p. 121-135.

44. Leon, M.F., et al., Rapid root extension during water pulses enhances establishment of shrub seedlings in the Atacama Desert. Journal of Vegetation Science, 2011. 22(1): p. 120-129.

45. Lepine, J.R.D., et al., The spiral structure of the Galaxy revealed by CS sources and evidence for the 4:1 resonance. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2011. 414(2): p. 1607-1616.

46. Lhermitte, S., et al., A comparison of time series similarity measures for classification and change detection of ecosystem dynamics. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2011. 115(12): p. 3129-3152.

47. Lhermitte, S., et al., Assessing intra-annual vegetation regrowth after fire using the pixel based regeneration index. Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2011. 66(1): p. 17-27.

48. Loayza, A.P., B.A. Loiselle, and R.S. Rios, CONTEXT-DEPENDENT RECRUITMENT OF GUETTARDA VIBURNOIDES IN A NEOTROPICAL FOREST-SAVANNA MOSAIC. American Journal of Botany, 2011. 98(8): p. 1317-1326.

49. Lostarnau, C., et al., Stakeholder participation within the public environmental system in Chile: Major gaps between theory and practice. Journal of Environmental Management, 2011. 92(10): p. 2470-2478.

50. Madrigal, J., et al., Bottom-up control of consumers leads to top-down indirect facilitation of invasive annual herbs in semiarid Chile. Ecology, 2011. 92(2): p. 282-288.

51. Maldonado, K., et al., Within-Species Digestive Tract Flexibility in Rufous-Collared Sparrows and the Climatic Variability Hypothesis. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 2011. 84(4): p. 377-384.

52. Meserve, P.L., et al., Global climate change and small mammal populations in north-central Chile. Journal of Mammalogy, 2011. 92(6): p. 1223-1235.

53. Molina-Montenegro, M.A., A. Zurita-Silva, and R. Oses, Effect of water availability on physiological performance and lettuce crop yield (Lactuca sativa). Ciencia E Investigacion Agraria, 2011. 38(1): p. 65-74.

54. Mondaca-Schachermayer, C.I., et al., An Empirical Analysis of the Social and Ecological Outcomes of State Subsidies for Small-Scale Fisheries: A Case Study from Chile. Ecology and Society, 2011. 16(3).

55. Moraga, N.O. and R.A. Lemus-Mondaca, Numerical conjugate air mixed convection/non-Newtonian liquid solidification for various cavity configurations and rheological models. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2011. 54(23-24): p. 5116-5125.

56. Moraga, N.O., A. Vega-Galvez, and R. Lemus-Mondaca, Numerical Simulation of Experimental Freezing Process of Ground Meat Cylinders. International Journal of Food Engineering, 2011. 7(6).

57. Moraga, N.O., et al., FLUID DYNAMICS, HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER MODELING BY FINITE VOLUME METHOD FOR AGROFOOD PROCESSES. Dyna-Colombia, 2011. 78(169): p. 140-149.

58. Noemi, C., Intertextuality from the establishment of status: Remarks on the relation between content and superestructure in the discourse of oral trials. Revista Signos, 2011. 44(76): p. 118-131.

59. Nunez-Mancilla, Y., et al., Modeling mass transfer during osmotic dehydration of strawberries under high hydrostatic pressure conditions. Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies, 2011. 12(3): p. 338-343.

60. Ojanguren-Affilastro, A.A., J. Pizarro-Araya, and L. Prendini, New data on Chilean Urophonius Pocock, 1893 (Scorpiones, Bothriuridae), with description of a new species. American Museum Novitates, 2011(3725): p. 1-44.

61. Omar Valderrama, J., J. Makarena Munoz, and R. Erasmo Rojas, Viscosity of ionic liquids using the concept of mass connectivity and artificial neural networks. Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2011. 28(6): p. 1451-1457.

62. Otte, V., et al., Type material of names based on plants from Namibia collected by F. Schafer and kept at the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History, Gorlitz (GLM). Willdenowia, 2011. 41(2): p. 251-260.

63. Oyarzun, J. and R. Oyarzun, Sustainable Development Threats, Inter-Sector Conflicts and Environmental Policy Requirements in the Arid, Mining Rich, Northern Chile Territory. Sustainable Development, 2011. 19(4): p. 263-274.

64. Oyarzun, R., et al., IN FIELD ASSESSMENT ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHOTOSYNTHETIC ACTIVE RADIATION (PAR) AND GLOBAL SOLAR RADIATION TRANSMITTANCE THROUGH DISCONTINUOUS CANOPIES. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research, 2011. 71(1): p. 122-131.

65. Palacio-Lopez, K. and E. Gianoli, Invasive plants do not display greater phenotypic plasticity than their native or non-invasive counterparts: a meta-analysis. Oikos, 2011. 120(9): p. 1393-1401.

66. Palma Chilla, L.O., J.A. Lazzus, and A.A. Perez Ponce, Particle swarm modeling of vapor-liquid equilibrium data of binary systems containing CO2 + imidazolium ionic liquids based on bis (trifluoromethyl)sulfonyl imide anion. Journal of Engineering Thermophysics, 2011. 20(4): p. 487-500.

67. Parra, A., et al., Natural factors and mining activity bearings on the water quality of the Choapa basin, North Central Chile: insights on the role of mafic volcanic rocks in the buffering of the acid drainage process. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2011. 181(1-4): p. 69-82.

68. Pizarro-Araya, J., et al., Preimaginal characters and bionomical aspects of Gyriosomus luczotii Laporte, 1840 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae). Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 2011. 34(2): p. 265-272.

69. Pizarro-Araya, J., A.A. Ojanguren-Affilastro, and L. Prendini, First report of an arboreal scorpion (Bothriuridae: Urophonius) from the temperate forests of southern Chile. Gayana, 2011. 75(2): p. 187-191.

70. Quezada, I.M. and E. Gianoli, Crassulacean acid metabolism photosynthesis in Bromeliaceae: an evolutionary key innovation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2011. 104(2): p. 480-486.

71. Razeto-Barry, P. and K. Maldonado, ADAPTIVE CIS-REGULATORY CHANGES MAY INVOLVE FEW MUTATIONS. Evolution, 2011. 65(11): p. 3332-3335.

72. Roman-Lopes, A., Discovery of two Galactic Wolf-Rayet stars in Circinus. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2011. 410(1): p. 161-165.

73. Roman-Lopes, A., R.H. Barba, and N.I. Morrell, Two O2 If*/WN6 stars possibly ejected from the massive young Galactic cluster Westerlund 2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2011. 416(1): p. 501-508.

74. Ruiz-Carrasco, K., et al., Variation in salinity tolerance of four lowland genotypes of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) as assessed by growth, physiological traits, and sodium transporter gene expression. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 2011. 49(11): p. 1333-1341.

75. Sabaj Meruane, O., P. Toro Trengove, and M. Fuentes Cortes, Construction of a model of rhetorical moves for the analysis of research articles in Spanish. Onomazein, 2011(24): p. 245-271.

76. Salgado-Luarte, C. and E. Gianoli, Herbivory may modify functional responses to shade in seedlings of a light-demanding tree species. Functional Ecology, 2011. 25(3): p. 492-499.

77. Sanchez, J. and V. Vergara, A Lyapunov-type inequality for a psi-Laplacian operator. Nonlinear Analysis-Theory Methods & Applications, 2011. 74(18): p. 7071-7077.

78. Smith, P.B., et al., Individualism-collectivism and business context as predictors of behaviors in cross-national work settings: Incidence and outcomes. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 2011. 35(4): p. 440-451.

79. Sota, A., et al., THE GALACTIC O-STAR SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY. I. CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM AND BRIGHT NORTHERN STARS IN THE BLUE-VIOLET AT R similar to 2500. Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 2011. 193(2).

80. Symmank, L., et al., The extraordinary journey of Peperomia subgenus Tildenia (Piperaceae): insights into diversification and colonization patterns from its cradle in Peru to the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Journal of Biogeography, 2011. 38(12): p. 2337-2349.

81. Taylor, W.D., et al., The VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey II. R139 revealed as a massive binary system. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2011. 530.

82. Tello-Ireland, C., et al., Influence of hot-air temperature on drying kinetics, functional properties, colour, phycobiliproteins, antioxidant capacity, texture and agar yield of alga Gracilaria chilensis. Lwt-Food Science and Technology, 2011. 44(10): p. 2112-2118.

83. Torres-Diaz, C., et al., Extremely Long-Lived Stigmas Allow Extended Cross-Pollination Opportunities in a High Andean Plant. Plos One, 2011. 6(5).

84. Torres-Flores, S., et al., GHASP: an H alpha kinematic survey of spiral and irregular galaxies – IX. The near-infrared, stellar and baryonic Tully-Fisher relations. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2011. 416(3): p. 1936-1948.

85. Tracol, Y., J.R. Gutierrez, and F.A. Squeo, Plant Area Index and microclimate underneath shrub species from a Chilean semiarid community. Journal of Arid Environments, 2011. 75(1): p. 1-6.

86. Uribe, E., et al., Mass Transfer Modelling During Osmotic Dehydration of Jumbo Squid (Dosidicus gigas): Influence of Temperature on Diffusion Coefficients and Kinetic Parameters. Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2011. 4(2): p. 320-326.

87. Uribe, E., et al., Characteristics of Convective Drying of Pepino Fruit (Solanum muricatum Ait.): Application of Weibull Distribution. Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2011. 4(8): p. 1349-1356.

88. Urra, E., E. Rivas, and R.M. Barria, Clinical trials for Evidence-Based Nursing a possible challenge. Acta Paulista De Enfermagem, 2011. 24(3): p. 419-425.

89. Valderrama, J.O., G. Martinez, and C.A. Faundez, Heat Capacity of Ionic Liquids Using Artificial Neural Networks and the Concept of Mass Connectivity. International Journal of Thermophysics, 2011. 32(5): p. 942-956.

90. Valderrama, J.O., G. Martinez, and R.E. Rojas, Predictive model for the heat capacity of ionic liquids using the mass connectivity index. Thermochimica Acta, 2011. 513(1-2): p. 83-87.

91. Valderrama, J.O., A. Toro, and R.E. Rojas, Prediction of the heat capacity of ionic liquids using the mass connectivity index and a group contribution method. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 2011. 43(7): p. 1068-1073.

92. Valladares, F., E. Gianoli, and A. Saldana, Climbing plants in a temperate rainforest understorey: searching for high light or coping with deep shade? Annals of Botany, 2011. 108(2): p. 231-239.

93. Vega-Galvez, A., et al., Mathematical Modeling of Convective Air Drying of Quinoa-Supplemented Feed for Laboratory Rats. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 2011. 54(1): p. 161-171.

94. Vega-Galvez, A., et al., Effect of air-temperature and diet composition on the drying process of pellets for japanese abalone (Haliotis discus hannai) feeding. Ciencia E Tecnologia De Alimentos, 2011. 31(3): p. 694-702.

95. Vega-Galvez, A., et al., Effect of high hydrostatic pressure on functional properties and quality characteristics of Aloe vera gel (Aloe barbadensis Miller). Food Chemistry, 2011. 129(3): p. 1060-1065.

96. Vega-Galvez, A., et al., Effect of air temperature on drying kinetics and quality characteristics of osmo-treated jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas). Lwt-Food Science and Technology, 2011. 44(1): p. 16-23.

97. Vega-Galvez, A., et al., Effect of high hydrostatic pressure pretreatment on drying kinetics, antioxidant activity, firmness and microstructure of Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) gel. Lwt-Food Science and Technology, 2011. 44(2): p. 384-391.

98. Veraverbeke, S., et al., A time-integrated MODIS burn severity assessment using the multi-temporal differenced normalized burn ratio (dNBR(MT)). International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 2011. 13(1): p. 52-58.

99. Veraverbeke, S., et al., Evaluation of pre/post-fire differenced spectral indices for assessing burn severity in a Mediterranean environment with Landsat Thematic Mapper. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2011. 32(12): p. 3521-3537.

100. Vidal, M.A., et al., Daily activity and thermoregulation in predator-prey interaction during the Flowering Desert in Chile. Journal of Arid Environments, 2011. 75(9): p. 802-808.

101. Walborn, N.R., et al., FURTHER RESULTS FROM THE GALACTIC O-STAR SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY: RAPIDLY ROTATING LATE ON GIANTS. Astronomical Journal, 2011. 142(5).

102. Wenderoth, E., et al., A first study of the galaxy HRG 2304 and its companion AM1646-795 (NED01). Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2011. 529.

103. Zambra, C.E., et al., Self-heating in a bioreactor: Coupling of heat and mass transfer with turbulent convection. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2011. 54(23-24): p. 5077-5086.