1. Publications 2014
  1. Abreu M.M., Bech J., Carvalho L.C., Santos, E. 2014. Potentially hazardous elements fluxes from soil to plants and the food chain. In: Bini, Cláudio and Bech, Jaume (Eds), “PHEs, Environment and Human Health”. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 309-337. ISBN: 978-94-017-8964-6, doi 10.1007/978-94-017-8965-3.
  2. Abreu M.M., Godinho B., Magalhães M.C.F. 2014. Risk assessment of Arbutus unedo L. fruits from plants growing on contaminated soils in the Panasqueira mine area, Portugal. Journal of Soils and Sediments 14: 744–757.
  3. Abreu M.M., Lopes J., Santos E.S., Magalhães, M.C.F. 2014. Ecotoxicity evaluation of an amended soil contaminated with uranium and radium using sensitive plants. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 142, 112-121.
  4. Abreu M.M., Neves O., Marcelino M. 2014. Yield and uranium concentration in two lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) varieties influenced by soil and irrigation water composition, and season growth. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 142, 43-46.
  5. Aizemberg, R., Kapp, B.R., Ferreira-Dias, S., Gattás, E.A.L. 2014. Pichia pastoris for glycerol kinase production: Response surface modeling of the enzyme reaction. Current Topics in Catalysis, 11: 89-98.
  6. Almeida D., Neto C., Esteves L.S., Costa J.C. 2014. The impacts of land-use changes on the recovery of saltmarshes in Portugal. Ocean and Coastal Management 92, 40–49.
  7. Almeida D.P.F., Gomes M.H., Pintado M. 2014. Polysaccharide composition of dietary fiber and cell walls from 'Rocha' pear at two ripening stages.Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 1040, 23-29.
  8. Alvarenga P., de Varennes A., Cunha-Queda, A.C. 2014. The effect of compost treatments and a plant cover with Agrostis tenuis on the immobilization/mobilization of trace elements in a mine-contaminated soil. International Journal of Phytoremediation 16, 138-54.
  9. Alvarenga P., Simões I., Palma P., Amaral O., Matos J.X. 2014. Field study on the accumulation of trace elements by vegetables produced in the vicinity of abandoned pyrite mines. Science of the Total Environment 470-471, 1233-1242, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.10.087
  10. Andrade C.S., Palha M.G., Duarte E. 2014. Biodegradable mulch films performance for autumn-winter strawberry production. Journal of Berry Research 4, 193-202.
  11. Aragón C.E., Sánchez C., Gonzalez-Olmedo J., Escalona M., Carvalho L., Amâncio S. 2014. Comparison of plantain plantlets propagated in temporary immersion bioreactors and gelled medium during in vitro growth and acclimatization. Biologia Plantarum 58, 29-38.
  12. Armas T., Pinto A.P., Varennes A., Mourato M.P., Martins L.L., Gonçalves M.L.S., Mota A.M. 2014. Comparison of cadmium-induced oxidative stress in Brassica juncea in soil and hydroponic cultures. Plant and Soil, doi: 10.1007/s11104-014-2330-3.
  13. Bahcevandziev K. Silva M.C., Monteiro A. 2014. Histological characterization of downy mildew (Hyaloperonospora brassicae) resistance in Portuguese cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. tronchuda). European Journal of Plant Pathology DOI:10.1007/s10658-014-0522-6
  14. Baptista A.P., Ambrosano L., Graça S, Sousa C., Marques P.A.S.S., Ribeiro B., Botrel E.P., Neto P.C. Gouveia L. 2014. Combining urban wastewater treatment with biohydrogen production – An integrated microalgae-based approach. doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2014.10.064
  15. Baptista A.P., Moura P., Marques P.A.S.S., (...), Alves L., Gouveia L. 2014. Scenedesmus obliquus as feedstock for biohydrogen production by Enterobacter aerogenes and Clostridium butyricum. Fuel 117, Part A, 537–543.
  16. Bech J., Abreu M.M., Chon H.-T., Roca N. 2014. Remediation of potentially toxic elements in contaminated soils. In: Bini, Cláudio and Bech, Jaume (Eds), “PHEs, Environment and Human Health”. Springer, Dordrecht. PP 253-308. ISBN: 978-94-017-8964-6, doi 10.1007/978-94-017-8965-3.
  17. Beirão-da-Costa S., Empis J., Moldão-Martins M. 2014. Fresh-cut kiwifruit structure and firmness as affected by heat pre-treatments and post-cut calcium dips. Food and Bioprocess Technology 7, 1128-1136.
  18. Beirão-da-Costa S., Moura-Guedes M.C., Ferreira-Pinto M.M., Empis J., Moldao-Martins M. 2014. Alternative sanitizing methods to ensure safety and quality of fresh-cut kiwifruit. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation 38, 1–10.
  19. Bordi I., Raziei T., Pereira L.S., Sutera A. 2014. Ground-based GPS measurements of precipitable water vapor and their usefulness for hydrological applications. Water Resources Management doi: 10.1007/s11269-014-0672-5.
  20. Cabrita P., Trigo M.J., Ferreira R.B., Brito L. 2014. Is the exoproteome important for bacterial pathogenesis? Lessons learned from interstrain exoprotein diversity in Listeria monocytogenes grown at different temperatures. OMICS 18:553-69.
  21. Caperta. A., Espírito-Santo M.D., Silva V., Ferreira A., Paes A.P., Róis A.S., Costa J.C., Arsénio P. 2014. Habitat specificity of a threatened and endemic, cliff-dwelling halophyte. AoB PLANTS: plu032, doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plu032.
  22. Cardoso F., Nascimento T., Oliveira H. 2014. Development of a monoclonal antibody TAS-ELISA assay for detection of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 53, 194−201.
  23. Cardoso V., Ferreira A.P., Costa M., Ponte P.I.P., Falcão L., Freire J.P., Lordelo M.M.,. Ferreira L.M.A, Fontes C.M.G.A., Ribeiro T. 2014. Temporal restriction of enzyme supplementation in barley-based diets has no effect in broiler performance. Animal Feed Science and Technology 198, 186–195
  24. Carranca C. 2013. The role of legumes for sustainability: Research needs for future prospects. In: Camisão, A.H. and Pedroso, C.C. (Eds). Symbiosis: Evolution, Biology and Ecological Effects, pp. 177-188. Animal Science, Issues and Professions, Nova Science Publishers, New York. (ISBN 978-1-62257-211-3).
  25. Carvalho L.C., Coito J.L., Colaço S., Sangiogo M., Amâncio S. 2014. Heat stress in grapevine: the pros and cons of acclimation. Plant Cell and Environment, doi: 10.1111/pce.12445.
  26. Chandra M., Barata A., Ferreira-Dias S., Malfeito-Ferreira M., Loureiro V. 2014. A Response Surface Methodology study on the role of factors affecting growth and volatile phenol production by Brettanomyces bruxellensis ISA 2211 in wine. Food Microbiology 42, 40–46.
  27. Chandra M., Sangwan N.S., Kumar H., Singh A.K., Kalra A. 2014. Dl-2 Aminobutyric acid and calliterpinone are the potential stimulators of Trichoderma cellulase activities. Biomass and Bioenergy 62, 212–217.
  28. Conde, A., Regalado, A., Rodrigues, D., Costa, J. M., Blumwald, E., Chaves, M. M., Gerós, H. 2015. Polyols in grape berry: transport and metabolic adjustments as a physiological strategy for water-deficit stress tolerance in grapevine. Journal of Experimental Botany 66, 889-906.
  29. Correia, A.C., Dubreucq, E., Ferreira-Dias, S., Lecomte, J. 2015. Rapid quantification of polar compounds in thermo-oxidized oils by HPTLC-densitometry. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology 117, 311–319.
  30. Correia P.J., Gama F., Saavedra T., Miguel M.G., da Silva J.P., Abadía A., de Varennes A., Pestana M. 2014. Changes in the concentration of organic acids in roots and leaves of carob-tree under Fe deficiency. Functional Plant Biology 41, 496-504.
  31. Cortinhas A.L., Erben M., Paes A.P., Espírito-Santo D., Guara-Requena M., Caperta A.D. 2014. Taxonomic complexity in halophytes Limonium vulgare and related taxa (Plumbaginaceae): insights from analysis of morphological, reproductive and karyological data. Special Issue on Halophytes and Saline Adaptations. Annals of Botany, 115, 327-331. doi:10.1093/aob/mcu186.
  32. Costa J.C., Neto C., Monteiro-Henriques T., Arsénio P., Portela-Pereira E., Caperta A., Lousã M., Izco J. 2014. Syntaxonomic novelties on salt marshes from west Iberian Península. Documents Phytosociologiques 3, 216-229.
  33. Costa, J.M., Monnet, F., Jannaud, D., (...), Pantin, F., Genty, B. 2015. Open all night long: The dark side of stomatal control. Plant Physiology 167, 289-294.
  34. Costa M., Fernandes V.O., Ribeiro T., Serrano L., Cardoso V., Santos H., Lordelo M.M., Ferreira L.M.A., Fontes C.M.G.A. 2014. Construction of GH16 β-glucanase mini-cellulosomes to improve the nutritive value of barley-based diets for broilers. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62, 7496–7506.
  35. Costa R., Saraiva A., Carvalho L., Duarte E. 2014. The use of biodegradable mulch films on strawberry crop in Portugal. Scientia Horticulturae, doi: 10.1016/j.scienta.2014.04.020
  36. Cruz M.V., Paiva A., Lisboa P., Freitas F., Alves V.D., Simões P., Barreiros S., Reis M.A.M. 2014. Production of polyhydroxyalkanoates from spent coffee grounds oil obtained by supercritical fluid extraction technology. Bioresource Technology 157, 360-363.
  37. Darouich H.M., Pedras C.M.G, Gonçalves J.M., Pereira L.S. 2014. Drip vs. surface irrigation: A comparison focussing on water saving and economic returns using multicriteria analysis applied to cotton. Biosystems Engineering 122, 74–90.
  38. Delgado J.M., Raymundo A., Vilarigues M., Branco LC., Laia C.A. 2014. Characterization of a novel intrinsic luminescent room-temperature ionic liquid based on [P6,6,6,14 ][ANS]. Chemistry, 21, 726-732. doi: 10.1002/chem.201402534.
  39. Dias T., Fragoso R., Duarte E. 2014. Anaerobic co-digestion of dairy cattle manure and pear waste. Bioresource Technology 164, 420–423.
  40. Dinis L.-T., Correia C.M., Ferreira H.F., Gonçalves B., Gonçalves I., Coutinho J.F., Ferreira M.I., Malheiro, A.C., Moutinho-Pereira J. 2014. Physiological and biochemical responses of Semillon and Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains winegrapes grown under Mediterranean climate. Scientia Horticulturae 175, 128–138.
  41. dos Santos, R.F., Blume, E., da Silva, G.B.P., (...), Bastos, B.O., Rego, C. 2014. First report of Ilyonectria robusta associated with black foot disease of grapevine in Southern Brazil. Plant Disease 98, 845.1.
  42. Fangueiro D., Coutinho J., Borges L., Cabral F., Vasconcelos E. 2014. Nitrogen and carbon availability of liquid and solid fractions of pig slurry obtained after different separation technologies. Biology and Fertility of Soils 50, 333-341.
  43. Fangueiro D., López-Piñeiro A., Rato Nunes J.M., Cabral F. 2014. Single and combined application of two-phase olive mill waste and dairy cattle slurry to soil: Short-term effects on N and C dynamics. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, DOI: 10.1080/00380768.2014.986427.
  44. Fangueiro D., Surgy S., Napier V., Menaia J., Vasconcelos E., Coutinho J. 2014. Impact of slurry management strategies on potential leaching of nutrients and pathogens in a sandy soil amended with cattle slurry. Journal of Environmental Management 146, 198-205.
  45. Ferreira A.R.V., Torres C.A.V., Freitas F., Reis M.A., Alves V.D., Coelhoso I.M. 2014. Biodegradable films produced from the bacterial polysaccharide FucoPol. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules doi:10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2014.04.022
  46. Ferreira-Dias S., Tecelão C. 2014. Human milk fat substitutes: Advances and constraints of enzyme-catalyzed production. Lipid Technology 26, 183–186.
  47. Figueiredo N., Carranca C., Trindade H., Pereira J., Goufo P., Coutinho J., Marques P., Maricato R., Varennes A. 2014. Elevated carbon dioxide and temperature effects on rice yield, leaf greenness, and phenological stages duration. Paddy and Water Environment 12, doi: 10.1007/s10333-014-0447-x
  48. Fradinho P.,Nunes M.C., Raymundo A. 2014. Developing consumer acceptable biscuits enriched with Psyllium fibre. Journal of Food Science and Technology, doi: 10.1007/s13197-014-1549-6
  49. Freitas A., Moldão-Martins M., Costa H.S., Albuquerque T., Valente A., Sanches-Silva A. 2014. Effect of UV-C radiation on bioactive compounds of pineapple (Ananas comosus L. Merr.) by-products. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, doi: 10.1002/jsfa.6751.
  50. Freitas F., Alves V.D., Gouveia A.R., Pinheiro C., Torres C.A., Grandfils C., Reis M.A.M. 2014. Controlled production of exopolysaccharides from Enterobacter A47 as a function of carbon source with demonstration of their film and emulsifying abilities. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 172, 641-657.
  51. Freitas F., Alves V.D., Reis M.A., Crespo J.G., Coelhoso I.M. 2014. Microbial polysaccharide-based membranes: Current and future applications. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, doi: 10.1002/app.40047.
  52. Gomes M.H., Vieira T., Fundo J.F., Almeida D.P.F. 2014. Polyphenoloxidase activity and browning in fresh-cut 'Rocha' pear as affected by pH, phenolic substrates, and antibrowning additives. Postharvest Biology and Technology 91, 32-38.
  53. Goufo G., Falco V., Brites C., Wessel D.F., Kratz S., Rosa E.E.A.S., Carranca C., Trindade H. 2014. Effect of elevated carbon dioxide concentration on rice quality: Nutritive value, color, 2 milling and cooking/eating qualities. Cereal Chemistry, doi.org/10.1094/CCHEM-12-13-3 0256-R.
  54. Goufo P., Ferreira L.M.M., Carranca C., Rosa E.A.S., Trindade H. 2014. Effect of elevated carbon dioxide concentration on rice quality: Proximate composition, dietary fibers, and free sugars. Cereal Chemistry 91, 293-299.
  55. Goufo P., Pereira J., Figueiredo N., Oliveira M.B.P.P., Carranca C., Rosa E.A.S., Trindade H. 2014. Effect of elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) on phenolic acids, flavonoids, tocopherols, tocotrienols, γ-oryzanol and antioxidant capacities of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Journal of Cereal Science 59, 15–24.
  56. Goufo P., Pereira J., Moutinho-Pereira J., Correia C.M., Figueiredo N., Carranca C., Rosa E.A.S., Trindade H. 2014. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) phenolic compounds under elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration. Environmental and Experimental Botany 99, 28–37.
  57. Goulão L.F., Oliveira C.M. 2014. Multilocus profiling with AFLP, ISSR, and SAMPL. Methods in Molecular Biology 115, 211-231.
  58. Guenha R., Salvador B.d.V., Rickman J., Goulão L.F., Muocha I.M., Carvalho M.O. 2014. Hermetic storage with plastic sealing to reduce insect infestation and secure paddy seed quality: A powerful strategy for rice farmers in Mozambique. Journal of Stored Products Research doi: 10.1016/j.jspr.2014.06.007.
  59. Guerra-Guimarães L., Vieira A., Chaves I., Pinheiro C., Queiroz V., Renaut J., Ricardo C.P. 2014. Effect of greenhouse conditions on the leaf apoplastic proteome of Coffea arabica plants. Journal of Proteomics 104, 128-139.
  60. Häusler M., Ferreira M.I., Conceição N. 2014. Assessment of vegetation parameters in olive trees in the region of Alentejo: A comparison of direct and indirect methods. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 1038, 407-414.
  61. Horta A., Pereira M.J., Gonçalves M.C., Ramos T., Soares A. 2014. Spatial modelling of soil hydraulic properties integrating different supports. Journal of Hydrology 511, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.01.027.
  62. Inácio V., Rocheta M., Morais-Cecílio L. 2014. Molecular organization of the 25s-18s rDNA IGS of Fagus sylvatica and Quercus suber: A comparative analysis. PLoS ONE 9, e98678, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098678.
  63. Jones N., de Graaff J., Duarte F., Rodrigo I., Poortinga A. 2014. Farming systems in two less favoured areas in Portugal: their development from 1989 to 2009 and the implications for sustainable land management. Land Degradation & Development 25, 29–44.
  64. Lara I., Belge B., Goulão L.F. 2014. The fruit cuticle as a modulator of postharvest quality. Postharvest Biology and Technology 87, 103–112.
  65. Leandro M.J., Cabral S., Prista C., Loureiro-Dias M.C., Sychrová H. 2014. The high capacity specific fructose facilitator ZrFfz1 is essential for the fructophilic behavior of Zygosaccharomyces rouxii CBS 732T. Eukaryotic Cell. EC.00137-14, doi: 10.1128/EC.00137-14
  66. Leitão L., Prista C., Loureiro-Dias, M.-C., Moura T.F., Soveral G. 2014. The grapevine tonoplast aquaporin TIP2;1 is a pressure gated water channel. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 450, 289-94.
  67. Leitão S., Cerejeira M.J., Van den Brink P.J., Sousa J.P. 2014.Effects of azoxystrobin, chlorothalonil, and ethoprophos on the reproduction of three terrestrial invertebrates using a natural Mediterranean soil. Applied Soil Ecology 76, 124–131.
  68. Leitão S., Moreira-Santos M., Van den Brink P.J., Ribeiro R., Cerejeira M.J., Sousa J.P. 2014. Ethoprophos fate on soil–water interface and effects on non-target terrestrial and aquatic biota under Mediterranean crop-based scenarios. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 103, 36-44.
  69. Lérias J.R., Kilminster T., Scanlon T., Milton J., Oldham C., Greeff J.C., Martins L.L., Mourato M., Almeida A.M. 2014. The fat-tail of Damara sheep: an assessment of mineral contents influenced by weight loss. Animal Production Science doi: 10.1071/AN14852.
  70. Manzano R., Esteban E., Peñalosa J.M., Alvarenga P. 2014. Amendment application in a multi-contaminated mine soil: Effects on soil enzymatic activities and ecotoxicological characteristics. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21, 4539-4550.
  71. Marchand L., Nsanganwimana F., Lamy J.B., (...), Alvarenga P., Deletic A., Mench M. 2014. Root biomass production in populations of six rooted macrophytes in response to Cu exposure: Intra-specific variability versus constitutive-like tolerance. Environmental Pollution 193, 205–215.
  72. Martins G., Peixoto L., Brito A.G, Nogueira R. 2014. Phosphorus - iron interaction in sediments: can an external electron acceptor minimize phosphorus release from sediments? Reviews in Environmental Science and Biotechnology 13, 265-275. DOI: 10.1007/s11157-014-9343
  73. Martins G., Peixoto L., Teodorescu S., Nogueira R., Parpot P., Brito A.G. (2014). Impact of an external electron accepter on phosphorus mobility between water and sediments. Bioresources Technology 151, 419–423. DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2013.10.048
  74. Martins L.L., Mourato M.P., Baptista S., Reis R., Carvalheiro F., Almeida A.M., Fevereiro P., Cuypers A. 2014. Response to oxidative stress induced by cadmium and copper in tobacco plants (Nicotiana tabacum) engineered with the trehalose-6-phosphate synthase gene (AtTPS1). Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 36, 755 - 765.
  75. Martins P., Madeira M., Monteiro F., Bruno de Sousa R., Curvelo-Garcia A.S., Catarino S. 2014. 87Sr/86Sr ratio in vineyards soils from Portuguese Denominations of Origin and its potential for origin authentication. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 48, 21-29.
  76. Matos M.I, Pereira M., Nicolau A., Parpot P., Brito A.G., Nogueira R. 2014. Influence of tetracycline on the microbial community composition and activity of nitrifying biofilms. Chemosphere 117, 295-302. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.06.094
  77. Miranda I., Gominho J., Ferreira-Dias S., Pereira H. 2014. Pattern recognition as a tool to discriminate softwood and hardwood bark fractions with different particle size. Wood Science and Technology 48, 1197-1211.
  78. Mishra B., Sangwan R.S., Mishra S., Jadaun J.S., Sabir F., Sangwan N.S. 2014. Effect of cadmium stress on inductive enzymatic and nonenzymatic responses of ROS and sugar metabolism in multiple shoot cultures of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera Dunal). Protoplasma 251, 1031-1045.
  79. Modesto I.S., Miguel C., Pina-Martins F., M. Glushkova, M. Veloso, O. S. Paulo, D. Baptista. 2014. Identifying signatures of natural selection in cork oak (Quercus suber L.) genes through SNP analysis. Tree Genetics & Genomes, doi 10.1007/s11295-014-0786-1
  80. Moreno A., Ramos T.B., Gonçalves, M.C., Pereira L.S. 2014. Estimating soil hydraulic properties from limited data to improve irrigation management in agricultural soils of Santiago island, Cape Verde. Irrigation and Drainage 63, 405–415.
  81. Mota M., Nogueira A.M., Guimarães A., Gonzalez L.F, Paço T.A., (...), Vasconcelos P., Ferreira-Dias S. 2014. Impact of irrigation in production and oil properties in intensive and hedgerow olive groves. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 1038, 553-558.
  82. Nadezhdina N., Ferreira M.I., Conceição N., Pacheco C.A., Häusler M., David T.S. 2014. Water uptake and hydraulic redistribution under a seasonal climate: Long-term study in a rainfed olive orchard. Ecohidrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.1545.
  83. Oliveira A., Almeida D.P.F., Pintado M. 2014. Changes in phenolic compounds during storage of pasteurized strawberry. Food and Bioprocess Technology 7, 1840-1846.
  84. Oliveira A., Gomes M.H., Alexandre E.M., Almeida D.P., Pintado M.2014. Impact of pH on the phytochemical profile of pasteurized peach purée during storage. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62, 12075-81.
  85. Oliveira M., Duarte E. 2014. Integrated approach to winery waste: waste generation and data consolidation. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, doi: 10.1007/s11783-014-0693-6.
  86. Oliveira M., Rodrigues A., Ribeiro D., Brito A.G., Nogueira R., Machado V. 2014. Phosphorus removal by fixed-bed hybrid polymer nanocomposite biofilm reactor. Chemistry and Ecology 30, 428-439. DOI: 10.1080/02757540.2013.868889.
  87. Osório J., Osório M.L., Correia P.J., de Varennes A., Pestana M. 2014. Chlorophyll fluorescence imaging as a tool to understand the impact of iron deficiency and resupply on photosynthetic performance of strawberry plants. Scientia Horticulturae 165, 148-155
  88. Paço T.A., Pôças I., Cunha M., Silvestre J., Santos F.L.,Paredes P., Pereira L.S. Evapotranspiration and crop coefficients for a super intensive olive orchard. An application of SIMDualKc and METRIC models using ground and satellite observations. Journal of Hydrology 519, Part B, 2067–2080.
  89. Pakparvar M., Cornelis W., Pereira L.S., Gabriels D., Hafeez M., Hosseinimarandi H., Edraki M., Kowsar S.A. 2014. Remote sensing estimation of actual evapotranspiration and crop coefficients for a multiple land use arid landscape of southern Iran with limited available data. Journal of Hydroinformatics, doi:10.2166/hydro.2014.140.
  90. Palma P., Köck-Schulmeyer M., Alvarenga P., Ledo L., Barbosa I.R, López de Alda M., Barceló D. 2014. Risk assessment of pesticides detected in surface water of the Alqueva reservoir (Guadiana basin, southern of Portugal). Science of the Total Environment 488–489, 208–219.
  91. Palma P., Ledo L., Soares S., Barbosa I.R., Alvarenga P. 2014. Integrated environmental assessment of freshwater sediments: A chemical and ecotoxicological approach at the Alqueva reservoir. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 36, 209-223.
  92. Palma P., Ledo L., Soares S., Barbosa I.R., Alvarenga P. 2014. Spatial and temporal variability of the water and sediments quality in the alqueva reservoir (Guadiana Basin; Southern Portugal). Science of the Total Environment 470–471, 780–790.
  93. Pardo T., Clemente R., Alvarenga P., Bernal M.P. 2014. Efficiency of soil organic and inorganic amendments on the remediation of a contaminated mine soil: II. Biological and ecotoxicological evaluation. Chemosphere 107, 101–108.
  94. Paredes P., de Melo-Abreu J.P., Alves I., Pereira L.S. 2014. Assessing the performance of the FAO AquaCrop model to estimate maize yields and water use under full and deficit irrigation with focus on model parameterization. Agricultural Water Management 144, 81–97.
  95. Paredes P., Rodrigues G.C., Alves I., Pereira L.S. 2014. Partitioning evapotranspiration, yield prediction and economic returns of maize under various irrigation management strategies. Agricultural Water Management 135, 27-39.
  96. Patrício P., Almeida P.L., Portela R., Sobral R. G., Grilo I. R., Cidade T., Leal C.R. 2014. Living bacteria rheology: Population growth, aggregation patterns, and collective behavior under different shear flows. Physical Review E 90, 022720, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/ PhysRevE.90.022720
  97. Pereira A., Silva E., Cerejeira M.J. 2014. Applicability of the new 60 μm polyethylene glycol solid-phase microextraction fiber assembly for the simultaneous analysis of six pesticides in water. Journal of Chromatographic Science 52, 423-428.
  98. Pereira A.S., Cerejeira M.J., Daam M.A. 2014. Comparing ecotoxicological standards of plant protection products potentially toxic to groundwater life with their measured and modelled concentrations. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 102, 152-159.
  99. Pereira H.S., Delgado M., Avó A.P., Barão A., Serrano I., Viegas W. 2014. Pollen grain development is highly sensitive to temperature stress in Vitis vinifera. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, DOI: 10.1111/ajgw.12105.
  100. Pereira I., Madeira A., Prista C., Loureiro-Dias M.C., Leandro M.J. 2014. Characterization of new polyol/H+ symporters in Debaryomyces hansenii. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88180, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088180.
  101. Pereira L.S., Allen R.G., Smith M., Raes D., 2014. Crop evapotranspiration estimation with FAO56: past and future. Agricultural Water Management, doi: 10.1016/j.agwat.2014.07.031.
  102. Pereira L.S., Duarte E., and Fragoso R. 2014. Water Use: Recycling and Desalination for Agriculture. In: Neal Van Alfen (editor-in-chief) Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems, Vol. 5, San Diego: Elsevier; pp. 407-424, doi:10.1016/B978-0-444-52512-3.00084-X
  103. Pereira-Lea l J.B., Abreu I.A., Alabaça C.S., (...), Rocheta M., Morais-Cecílio L. (...) Veloso M.M., Ricardo C.P.P. 2014. A comprehensive assessment of the transcriptome of Cork oak (Quercus suber) through EST sequencing. BMC Genomics 15, 371 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-371
  104. Peres F., Martins L.L., Ferreira-Dias S. 2014. Laboratory-scale optimization of olive oil extraction: Simultaneous addition of enzymes and microtalc improves the yield. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology 116, 1054–1062.
  105. Pérez-Gregorio M.R., Regueiro J., Simal-Gándara J., Rodrigues A.S., Almeida D.P.F. 2014. Increasing the added-value of onions as a source of antioxidant flavonoids: A critical review . Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 54, 1050-1062.
  106. Pérez-López R., Márquez-García B., Abreu M.M., Nieto J.M., Córdoba F., 2014. Erica andevalensis and Erica australis growing in the same extreme environments: Phytostabilization potential of mining areas. Geoderma 230-231: 194–203.
  107. Pimentel R., Lopes D.J.H., Mexia A.M.M., Mumford J.D. 2014. Spatial regressionanalysis of Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann (Diptera: Tephritidae) on Terceira Island, Azores. International Journal of Pest Management 60, 217-223.
  108. Pinheiro C., Guerra-Guimarães L., David T.S., Vieira A. 2014. Proteomics: State of the art to study Mediterranean woody species under stress. Environmental and Experimental Botany 103, 117–127.
  109. Pinheiro J., Alegria C., Abreu M., Gonçalves E.M., Silva C.L.M. 2014. Use of UV-C postharvest treatment for extending fresh whole tomato (Solanum lycopersicum cv. Zinac) shelf-life. Journal of Food Science and Technology, doi: 10.1007/s13197-014-1550-0
  110. Pinheiro J., Alegria C., Abreu M., Sol M., Gonçalves E.M., Silva C.L. 2014. Postharvest quality of refrigerated tomato fruit (Solanum lycopersicum, cv. Zinac) at two maturity stages following heat treatment. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation 1745, 4549-4563.
  111. Pôças I., Gonçalves J., Marcos B., Alonso J., Castro P., Honrado J.P. 2014. Evaluating the fitness for use of spatial data sets to promote quality in ecological assessment and monitoring. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, doi:10.1080/13658816.2014.924627
  112. Pôças I., Paço T.A., Cunha M., Andrade J., Silvestre J., Sousa A., Pereira L.S., Allen R.G. 2014. Satellite-based evapotranspiration of a super-intensive olive orchard: Application of METRIC algorithms. Biosystems Engineering, doi: 10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2014.06.019.
  113. Popova Z., Ivanova M., Martins D., Pereira L.S., Doneva K., Alexandrov V., Kercheva M., 2014. Vulnerability of Bulgarian agriculture to drought and climate variability with focus on rainfed maize systems. Natural Hazards, doi: 10.1007/s11069-014-1215-3.
  114. Ramos T.B., Horta A., Gonçalves M.C., Martins J.C., Pereira L.S. 2104. Development of ternary diagrams for estimating water retention properties using geostatistical approaches. Geoderma 230/231, 229–242.
  115. Ramos T.B., Rodrigues S., Branco M.A., Prazeres A., Brito D., Gonçalves M.C., Martins J.C., Fernandes M.L., Pires F.P. 2014. Temporal variability of soil organic carbon transport in the Enxoé agricultural watershed. Environmental Earth Sciences, doi:10.1007/s12665-014-3888-z
  116. Raymundo A., Fradinho P., Nunes M.C. 2014. Effect of Psyllium fibre content on the textural and rheological characteristics of biscuit and biscuit dough. Bioactive Carbohydrates and Dietary Fibre 3, 96–105.
  117. Raziei T., Daryabari J., Bordi I., Modarres R., Pereira L.S., 2014. Spatial patterns and temporal trends of daily precipitation indices in Iran. Climatic Change 124:239-253, doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1096-1
  118. Raziei T., Daryabari J., Bordi I., Pereira L.S. 2014. Spatial patterns and temporal trends of precipitation in Iran. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 115, 531-554.
  119. Raziei T., Martins D.S., Bordi I., (...), Pereira L.S., Sutera A. 2014. SPI modes of drought spatial and temporal variability in Portugal: Comparing observations, PT02 and GPCC gridded datasets. Water Resources Management, doi 10.1007/s11269-014-0690-3
  120. Ribeiro D., Martins G., Nogueira R., Brito A.G. 2014. Mineral cycling and pH gradient related with biological activity under transient anoxic-oxic conditions: effect on P mobility in volcanic lake sediments. Environmental Science & Technology 48 (16), 9205. DOI: 10.1021/es501037g.
  121. Ribeiro S., Fernandes J.P., Espírito-Santo M.D. 2014. Diversity and floristic patterns of mediterranean grasslands: the relative influence of environmental and land management factors. Biodiversity and Conservation, doi:10.1007/s10531-014-0754-y
  122. Ribeiro-Varandas E., Pereira H.S., Monteiro S., Neves E., Brito L., Boavida Ferreira R., Viegas W., Delgado M. 2014. Bisphenol A disrupts transcription and decreases viability in aging vascular endothelial cells. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 15, 15791-15805, doi:10.3390/ijms150915791.
  123. Ribeiro-Varandas E., Ressurreição F., Viegas W., Delgado M. 2014. Cytotoxicity of Eupatorium cannabinum L. ethanolic extract against colon cancer cells and interactions with Bisphenol A and Doxorubicin. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 14, 264, doi:10.1186/1472-6882-14-264.
  124. Rocheta M., Becker J.D., Coito J.L., Carvalho L., Amâncio S. 2014. Heat and water stress induce unique transcriptional signatures of heat-shock proteins and transcription factors in grapevine. Functional and Integrative Genomics 14, 135-148.
  125. Rocheta M., Sobral R., Magalhães J., Amorim M.I., Ribeiro T., Pinheiro M., Egas C., Morais-Cecílio L., Costa M.M.R. 2014. Comparative transcriptomic analysis of male and female flowers of monoecious Quercus suber. Frontiers in Plant Science 5, 599. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00599
  126. Rodrigues A.L., Machado A.V., Nóbrega J.M., Albuquerque A., Brito A.G., Nogueira R. 2014. A poly-ɛ-caprolactone based biofilm carrier for nitrate removal from water. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 11, 263- 268, DOI: 10.1007/s13762-013-0250-z.
  127. Roebeling P., Alves H., Rocha J., Brito A.G., Mamede J. 2014. Gains from trans-boundary water quality management in linked catchment and coastal socio-ecological systems: a case study for the Minho region. Water Resources and Economics 8, 32-42, DOI: 10.1016/j.wre.2014.10.002
  128. Sá M., Ferreira J.P., Queiroz V.T., Vilas-Boas L. Silva M.C., Almeida M.H., Guerra-Guimarães L., Bronze M.R. 2014. A liquid chromatography/electrospray ionisation tandem mass spectrometry method for the simultaneous quantification of salicylic, jasmonic and abscisic acids in Coffea arabica leaves. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 94, 529 536.
  129. Saadi S., Todorovic M., Tanasijevic L., Pereira L.S., Pizzigalli C., Lionello P., 2014. Climate change and Mediterranean agriculture: Impacts on winter wheat and tomato crop evapotranspiration, irrigation requirements and yield. Agricultural Water Management, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2014.05.008
  130. Sabir F., Leandro M.J., Martins A.P., Loureiro-Dias M.-C., Moura T.F., Soveral G., Prista C. 2014. Exploring three PIPs and three TIPs of grapevine for transport of water and atypical substrates through heterologous expression in aqy-null yeast. PLoS ONE 9, e102087, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0102087.
  131. Sá-Correia I., Guerreiro J.F., Loureiro-Dias M.C., Leão C., Côrte-Real M. 2014. Zygosaccharomyces. In: Batt C.A., Tortorello M.L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Food Microbiology, vol 3. Elsevier Ltd, Academic Press, pp. 849–855, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-384730-0.00364-5
  132. Santos E.S., Abreu M.M., Baptista M.J., Magalhães M.C.F., Fernandes E. 2014. Inter-population variation on the accumulation and translocation of potentially harmful chemical elements in Cistus ladanifer L. from Brancanes, Caveira, Chança, Lousal, Neves Corvo and São Domingos mines in the Portuguese Iberian Pyrite Belt. Journal of Soils and Sediments 14, 758–772.
  133. Santos E.S., Abreu M.M., Macias F., De Varennes A., 2014. Improvement of chemical and biological properties of gossan mine wastes following application of amendments and growth of Cistus ladanifer L. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, doi: 10.1016/j.gexplo.2014.07.007
  134. Santos E.S., Magalhães M.C.F., Abreu M.M., Macias F. 2014. Effects of organic/inorganic amendments on trace elements dispersion by leachates from sulfide-containing tailings of the São Domingos mine, Portugal. Time evaluation. Geoderma 226–227, 188–203.
  135. Santos. M.S., Oliveira, C.M. Valdiviesso, T. and Oliveira, P.B. (2014). Effects of pretreatments on Corema album (L.) D. Don (subsp. album) seeds´ germination. Journal of Berry Research 4 (4): 183-192. http://iospress.metapress.com/content/n710ql8637614235/
  136. Shvaleva A., Costa e Silva F., Costa J.M., Correia A., Anderson M., Lobo-do-Vale R., Fangueiro D., Bicho C., Pereira J.S., Chaves M.M., Skiba U., Cruz C. 2014. Comparison of methane, nitrous oxide fluxes and CO2 respiration rates from a Mediterranean cork oak ecosystem and improved pasture. Plant and Soil 374, 883-898.
  137. Silva E., Cerejeira M.J. 2014. Concentration addition-based approach for aquatic risk assessment of realistic pesticide mixtures in Portuguese river basins. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, doi: 10.1007/s11356-014-3857-9.
  138. Silva M.E., de Lemos L.T., Nunes O.C., Cunha-Queda A.C. Influence of the composition of the initial mixtures on the chemical composition, physicochemical properties and humic-like substances content of composts. Waste Management 34, 21-27.
  139. Silva R.M., Ferreira M.I. 2014. A new microdendrometric index to quantify water status in kiwifruit. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 1038, 43-50.
  140. Simões T., Valero F., Tecelão C., Ferreira-Dias S. 2014. Production of human milk fat substitutes catalyzed by a heterologous Rhizopus oryzae lipase and commercial lipases. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 91, 411-419.
  141. Singh J., Sabir F., Sangwan R.S., Narnoliya L.K., Saxena S., Sangwan N.S. 2014. Enhanced secondary metabolite production and pathway gene expression by leaf explants-induced direct root morphotypes are regulated by combination of growth regulators and culture conditions in Centella asiatica (L.) urban. Plant Growth Regulation, doi:10.1007/s10725-014-9931-y.
  142. Siqueira J.M, Paço T.A., Silvestre J.C., Santos F.L., Falcão A.O., Pereira L.S. 2014. Generating fuzzy rules by learning from olive tree transpiration measurement - An algorithm to automatize Granier sap flow data analysis. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 101, 1–10.
  143. Snyder R.L., Pedras C., Montazar A., Henry J.M., Ackley D. 2014. Advances in ET-based landscape irrigation management. Agricultural Water Management, doi: 10.1016/j.agwat.2014.07.024
  144. Talhinhas P., Azinheira H.G., Vieira B., Loureiro A., Tavares S., Baptista D., Morin E., Petitot A.-S., Paulo O.S., Poulain J., Da Silva C., Duplessis S., Silva M.C., Fernandez D. 2014. Overview of the functional virulent genome of the coffee leaf rust pathogen Hemileia vastatrix with an emphasis on early stages of infection. Frontiers in Plant Science 5:88, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00088.
  145. Tanasijevic L., Todorovic M., Pizzigalli C., Lionello P., Pereira L.S., 2014. Impacts of climate change on olive crop evapotranspiration and irrigation requirements in the Mediterranean region. Agricultural Water Management 144, 54-68, doi: 10.1016/j.agwat.2.
  146. Tavares S., Ramos A.P., Pires A.S., Azinheira H.G., Caldeirinha P., Link T., Abranches R., Silva M.C., Voegele R.T., Loureiro J., Talhinhas P. 2014. Genome size analyses of Pucciniales reveal the largest fungal genomes. Frontiers in Plant Sciences 5: 422, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00422.
  147. Tomé A.S., Pires C., Baptista I., Sousa I., Raymundo A. 2014. Protein gels and emulsions from mixtures of Cape hake and pea proteins. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, doi: 10.1002/jsfa.6717.
  148. Torres M.D., Fradinho P., Raymundo A., Sousa I. 2014. Thermorheological and textural behaviour of gluten-free gels obtained from chestnut and rice flours. Food and Bioprocess Technology 7, 1171-1182.
  149. Torres M.D., Raymundo A., Sousa I. 2014. Influence of Na+, K+ and Ca2+ on mechanical and structural properties of gels from chestnut and rice flours. Carbohydrate Polymers 102, 30-37.
  150. Viana T., Loureiro-Dias M.C., Prista C. 2014. Efficient fermentation of an improved synthetic grape must by enological and laboratory strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. AMB Express 4, 16, doi:10.1186/s13568-014-0016-0.
  151. Wei Z., Paredes P., Liu Y., Chi W-W., Pereira L.S., 2014. Modelling transpiration, soil evaporation and yield prediction of soybean in North China Plain. Agricultural Water Management, doi: 10.1016/j.agwat.2014.05.004.
  152. Yadav R.K., Sangwan R.S., Sabir F., Srivastava A.K., Sangwan N.S. 2014. Effect of prolonged water stress on specialized secondary metabolites, peltate glandular trichomes, and pathway gene expression in Artemisia annua L. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 74, 70-83.