1-Silvera K. and Lasso E. 2016. Ecophysiology and Crassulacean Acid Metabolism of Tropical Epiphytes. In Tropical Tree Physiology (pp. 25-43). Springer International Publishing.

2-Lasso E. and Barrientos L. 2015. Epizoochory in dry forest green iguana: an overlooked seed dispersal mechanism? Colombia Forestal 18(1): 155-163.

3- Beltran, J.D., E. Lasso, S. Madriñan, A. Virgo, K. Winter. 2013. Juvenile tank-bromeliads lacking tanks: do they engage in CAM photosynthesis? Photosynthetica 51:55-62

4- Lasso E. and J. D. Ackerman. 2013. Nutrient limitation restricts growth and reproductive output in a tropical montane cloud forest bromeliad: findings from a long-term forest fertilization experiment. Oecologia 171: 165-174 (DOI 10.1007/s00442-012-2403-z).

5- Lasso E., J. W. Dalling E. Bermingham.  2012. Tropical Understory shrubs maintain high levels of genetic diversity despite frequent asexual recruitment. Biotropica 44 (1): 35-43.

6- Lasso E., J. W. Dalling E. Bermingham. 2011. Strong spatial genetic structure in five tropical piper species: Should the Baker-Fedorov hypothesis be revived for tropical shrubs? Ecology and Evolution 1 (4): 502-516.

7- Lasso E., I. Ceron-Souza, E. Bermingham. 2010. Isolation and characterization of 12 polymorphic microsatellite markers for the tropical shrub species Piper cordulatum (Piperacea) and cross-species amplification in five additional species. Molecular Ecology Resources 10: 1098-1105.

8- Lasso E., B. M. J. Engelbrecht, J. W. Dalling. 2009. When sex is not enough: ecological correlates of asexual reproductive ability in eight co-occurring Piper species in Panama. Oecologia 161: 43-56

9- Lasso E. 2008. Biología e Historia Natural de la bromelia Werahuia sintenisii -Contribución en el capítulo sobre la flora de Puerto Rico por Eugenio Santiago en el libro “Biodiversidad de Puerto Rico”, Volumen II. Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico y el Fideicomiso de Conservación.

10- Lasso E. 2008. The importance of setting the right genetic distance threshold for identification of clones using AFLP: a case study with five species in the tropical plant genus Piper. Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 74-82

11- Kikuchi, D. W, E. Lasso, J.W. Dalling and Nadav Nur. 2007. Pollinators and pollen dispersal of Piper dilatatum (Piperaceae) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23:1-5.

12- Giovanetti M. and E. Lasso. 2005. Body size, loading capacity and rate of reproduction in the communal bee Andrena agilissima (Hymenoptera; Andrenidae). Apidologie 36:439-447.

13- Pearcy, R. W., F. Valladares, S. J. Wright and E. Lasso. 2004. A functional analysis of the crown architecture of tropical forest Psychotria species: do species vary in light capture efficiency and consequently in carbon gain and growth? Oecologia 139 (2): 163-177.

14- Lasso E., and J. D. Ackerman. 2004. The flexible breeding system of Werauhia sintenisii, a cloud montane forest bromeliad from Puerto Rico. Biotropica 36 (3): 414-417.

15- Lasso E., and J. D. Ackerman. 2003. Flowering phenology of Werauhia sintenisii, a bromeliad from the dwarf montane forest in Puerto Rico: an indicator of climate change? Selbyana 24 (1): 95-104.

16- Lasso E., and M. E. Naranjo. 2003. Effect of pollinators and nectar robbers on nectar production and pollen deposition in Hamelia patens (Rubiaceae). Biotropica 35(1): 57-66.

17- Lasso E., 2000. Cambios en la comunidad de arrecifes de coral debidos al paso de embarcaciones en la Isla de Mona, Puerto Rico. Acta Científica 14: 89-99.

18- Davidson, J., S. Rehner, M. Santana, E. Lasso, O. Ureña de Chapete, A.Herre. 2000. First report of Phytophtora hevea and Pythium spp. on tropical tree seedling in Panama. Plant Disease 84:706.

19- Valladares F., S. J. Wright, E. Lasso, K. Kitajima, and R.W. Pearcy. 2000. Plastic phenotypic response to light of 16 con-generic shrubs species from a Panamanian rainforest. Ecology 81:1925-1936.

Presentaciones y Congresos

1- M. Cruz and E. Lasso. 2014. “Evaluating Functional traits in Paramo's plants”. American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) annual meeting. July 12-16, Portland. Oregon. 2014. Poster.

2- E. Lasso, M Vargas-Timchenko, E. Bermingham. 2013. The role of frequency-dependent factors in regulating clonal expansion and maintaining genetic diversity in clonal population. Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation  (ATBC) annual meeting. San Jose. Costa Rica. Oral.

3- E. Lasso, M Vargas-Timchenko, L Mejia. 2013. Origen de la Diversidad Genetica en Poblaciones Clonales: Mutacion somatica, Presencia de Endofitos o simplemente error? VII Congreso Colombiano de Botánica. Ibague, Colombia. Oral.

4- E. Lasso and E. Bermingham. 2012. Evaluating pollen flow in Piper; are their pollinators lazy or is clonality interfering with mating success. In: Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Annual Meeting.Bonito-MS, Brazil. Oral.

5- E. Lasso, M. Vargar-Timchenko and L. Mejia 2012. Origen de la Diversidad genética en poblaciones clonales: Mutación somática, presencia de endófitos o simplemente error? In: XIV Congreso Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología, APANAC, Panamá. Oral.

6- E. Lasso and E. Bermingham. 2011. Cómo interfiere la propagación asexual y el flujo de polen en los patrones de apareamiento en Piper cordulatum? In: VI Colombian Congress of Botany. Cali, Colombia. Oral.

7- E. Lasso and E. Bermingham. 2010. “How does asexual propagation interfere with mating patterns? A case study in Piper cordulatum”. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute annual symposium. Oral.

8- E. Lasso and J. W. Dalling. 2007. “Asexual reproduction: a critical regeneration pathway for small-seeded species that can persist in the understory?” In: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute annual symposium. Oral.

9- E. Lasso. 2004. Breeding system, regeneration mode, and habitat affiliation in neo-tropical Piper species. In: Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Annual meeting. Miami 12-16 July. Oral.

10- E. Lasso and J. D. Ackerman. 2002. Is reproduction of elfin cloud forest plants nutrient limited? In: Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Annual Meeting. Panama. Oral.

11- E. Lasso.  2000.  Physiological plasticity and climbing rates in lianas differing in climbing mode and vertical distribution.  In: Communicating & Advancing Ecology: ESA 85th Annual Meeting. Snowbird, Utah. Poster.