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Raquel Esteban


Former BC3 researcher

Raquel Esteban

Main Research Field:
Ecology, Ecophysiology, Biochemistry

Was employee in BC3 from 2019-04-23 to 2019-08-10

Short CV

I have published 37 peer-reviewed manuscripts and 1 online-manuscript (wikiprotocols) in Plant Science, Forestry and Food Science. In 47% of them I acted as first author and corresponding author. Mean ISI impact factor: 3.22 (10 articles with IF>3.5); accumulative impact factor of 115; articles Q1=70%; H-index: 17; Citations: 808). 9 book chapters: 4 national and 5 international. I have contributed 82 presentations at national and international conferences (9 proceeding, 16 oral communications, 1 invited communication). I have actively participated in 27 research projects, being the principal investigator of 1 of them. Member of the editorial board of Frontiers in Plant Science (IF=4.49). High international activity with experience in outstanding international institutions: Forschungszentrum Jülich, University of Minnesota and Italian National Research Council. Member of the EuroCaroten COST action network. I have also edited an e-book in this journal. I have reviewed manuscripts for more than 19 high-impact journals journals. Teaching/supervision of 2 post-docs, 4 PhD students (1 completed, 3 at the end of 2020), 15 MSc students and 4-grade dissertations. Reviewer and panel member of 3 thesis defence. 136 teaching hours at University (biology, pharmacy,environmental science and medicine degree) Participated in 3 University Summer Courses and I have given lectures in several other Universities both national and international (Universidad de La Laguna, UNAN...). Nowadays I am a researcher at Basque Center for Climate Change

Journal Articles

  • 2022
  • Encinas-Valero, M., Esteban, R., Hereş, A.M., Becerril, J.M., Garciá-Plazaola, J.I., Artexe, U., Vivas, M., Solla, A., Moreno, G., Yuste, J.C. 2022. Photoprotective compounds as early markers to predict holm oak crown defoliation in declining Mediterranean savannahs. Tree Physiology. 42. (2) 208-224. DOI (10.1093/treephys/tpab006).
  • Encinas-Valero, M., Esteban, R., Hereş, A.M., Vivas, M., Fakhet, D., Aranjuelo, I., Solla, A., Moreno, G., Curiel Yuste, J. 2022. Holm oak decline is determined by shifts in fine root phenotypic plasticity in response to belowground stress. New Phytologist. 235. (6) 2237-2251. DOI (10.1111/nph.18182).
  • 2019
  • Buezo, J., Esteban, R., Cornejo, A., López-Gómez, P., Marino, D., Chamizo-Ampudia, A., Gil, M.J., Martínez-Merino, V., Moran, J.F. 2019. IAOx induces the SUR phenotype and differential signalling from IAA under different types of nitrogen nutrition in Medicago truncatula roots. Plant Science. 287. DOI (10.1016/j.plantsci.2019.110176).
  • De Larrinaga, L.R., De Dios, V.R., Fabrikov, D., Guil-Guerrero, J.L., Becerril, J.M., García-Plazaola, J.I., Esteban, R. 2019. Life after harvest: Circadian regulation in photosynthetic pigments of rocket leaves during supermarket storage affects the nutritional quality. Nutrients. 11. (7) DOI (10.3390/nu11071519).
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