1. Brito A.G., Saldarriaga G., Dardel S., Nascimento B. 2019. Análise da cadeia de valor do cacau de São Tomé e Príncipe. Ed. DG-DEVCO. Value Chain Analysis for Development Project (VCA4D CTR 2016/375-804), 181p + annexes.
  2. Cameira M.R., Pereira L.S. (Eds.). 2019. Innovation Issues in Water, Agriculture and Food. MDPI Books. Basel, Switzland. ISBN: 978-3-03921-165-4 (Print)/ ISBN: 978-3-03921-166-1 (Online).
  3. Cerejeira M.J., Silva E. 2019. Aquatic Risk Assessment of Pesticides. Concepts and Applications in Portuguese River Basins. ISAPress, Lisboa, Portugal. 189 pp. ISBN: 978-972-8669-82-9.
  4. Loureiro V., Malfeito-Ferreira M. (Eds.). 2019. O vinho sentido, sem descrever aromas ou atribuir pontuações. Plátano Editora. Lisboa, Portugal. ISBN: 978-989-760-255-9.
  5. Lourenço C., Luz J.P., Ramos A., Peres F. 2019. Boas Práticas Culturais de Produção para os Azeites de Montanha. Livro Técnico Projeto Promoção e Valorização de Azeites de Montanha. Castelo Branco, Portugal. ISBN: 978-989-8196-81-1.
  6. Oliveira M. (Ed.) 2019. Avaliação da pegada hídrica na fileira vitivinícola. Guia Metodológico. Santarém, Portugal. ISBN: 978-989-20-9607-0 (Online).
  7. Mendes A., Rufino S., Ferreira R., Brito A.G. (Eds.). 2019. Resources recovery and decentralized sanitation fostered by a urine diversion toilet approach. Ed. European Water Association
  8. Peres F., Paiva T. (coord.). 2019. Desenvolvimento e Inovação de um Produto Endógeno - o caso dos Azeites de Montanha. ISBN: 978-989-8196-91-0.
  9. Salgueiro C., Anjos O., Peres F. 2019. Boas Práticas no Lagar-Qualidade e Segurança. Livro Técnico Projeto Promoção e Valorização de Azeites de Montanha. Castelo Branco, Portugal. ISBN: 978-989-8196-83-5.


Book Chapters

  1. Anjos O., Gouveia C., Peres F. 2019. Aplicação de técnicas de espectroscopia no infravermelho na caracterização de "Azeites de Montanha". In: Desenvolvimento e Inovação de um produto endógeno – o caso dos Azeites de Montanha. Peres M.F.P, Paiva T.M.D. (Eds.). ISBN 978-989-8196-91-0.
  2. Capelo J., Menezes de Sequeira M., Jardim R., Mesquita S. 2019. Andares Fitoclimáticos. In: Madeira Global: Grande Dicionário Enciclopédico da Madeira. Volume 1. Franco J.E., Trindade C. (Eds.). Theya Editores, Lisboa. pp 420-429. ISBN: 978-989-8916-84-6.
  3. Catarino S., Madeira M., Monteiro F., Caldeira I., Bruno de Sousa R., Curvelo-Garcia A.S. 2019. Mineral composition through soil-wine system of Portuguese vineyards and its potential for wine traceability. In: Beverages. Wine Traceability. Cravero M.C. (Ed.). MDPI Books. ISBN 978-3-03921-768-7 (Paper)/ ISBN 978-3-03921-769-4 (Online).
  4. Cordovil C.M.d.S., Gonçalves V., de Varennes A., Leach A.M., Galloway J.N. 2019. A first approach to the calculation of nitrogen footprint in Lisbon, Portugal. In: Just enough nitrogen. Perspectives on how to get there for regions with too much and too little nitrogen (Proceedings of the 6th International Nitrogen Conference). Sutton M.A., Mason K.E., Bleeker A., Hicks W.K., Masso C., Reis S., Bekunda M. (Eds.). Springer. [aceite]
  5. Cortinhas A., Caperta A.D., Custódio L., Abreu M.M. 2019. Halophytes uses in Portugal: a review. In: Halophytes: Identification, Characterization and Uses. Chapter 5. R. Tucker (Ed.). Nova Science Publishers Inc pp 161-192. ISBN: 978-1-53614-707-0 (Print).
  6. Fernandes-Silva A., Oliveira M., Paço T.A., Ferreira I. 2019. Deficit irrigation in Mediterranean fruit trees and grapevines: water stress indicators and crop responses. In: Irrigation in Agroecosystems. Chapter 5. Ondrasek G. (Ed.). IntecOpen pp 51-85. ISBN: 978-1-78984-924-0.
  7. Ferreira-Dias S., Osório N.M., Rodrigues J., Tecelão C. 2019. Structured Lipids for Foods. In: Encyclopedia of Food Chemistry. Vol 3. Melton L., Shahidi F., Varelis P. (Eds.). Elsevier pp 357-369. ISBN: 9780128140260.
  8. Gomes A.M.F., Nhantumbo N., Ferreira-Pinto M., Massinga R., Ramalho J.C., Ribeiro-Barros A. 2019. Breeding elite cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp) varieties for improved food security and income in Africa: opportunities and challenges. In: Legume Crops - Characterization and Breeding for Improved Food Security [working title]. IntechOpen pp 1-14
  9. Jordão A.M., Ricardo-da-Silva J.M. 2019. Evolution of proanthocyanidins during grape maturation, winemaking and aging process of red wines. In: Red Wine Technology. Chapter 12. Morata A. (Ed.). Academic Press pp 177-193. ISBN: 978-0-12-814399-5.
  10. Li R., Cameira M.R., Fangueiro D. 2019. Modelling nitrous oxide emissions from an oats cover crop with the RZWQM2. In: Bridging Among Disciplines by Synthesizing Soil and Plant Processes. Advances in Agricultural Systems Modeling 8. Wendroth O., Lascano R.J., Ma L. (Eds.). American Society of Agronomy/Crop Science Society of America/Soil Science Society of America. ISBN: 978-0-89118-365-5. doi:10.2134/advagricsystmodel8.2017.0009
  11. Malfeito-Ferreira M. 2019. Spoilage yeasts in red wines. In: Red Wine Technology. Chapter 15. A. Morata (Ed.). Academic Press pp. 219-235. ISBN: 978-0-12-814399-5.
  12. Malfeito-Ferreira M., Silva A.C. 2019. Spoilage Yeasts in Wine Production. In: Yeasts in the Production of Wine. Chapter 12. Romano P., Ciani M., Fleet G. (Eds.). Springer, New York pp 375-394. ISBN: 978-1-4939-9780-0 (Print) /ISBN: 978-1-4939-9782-4 (online).
  13. Marcelis L., Costa J.M., Heuvelink E. 2019. Achieving sustainable greenhouse production: present status, recent advances and future developments. In: Achieving Sustainable Greenhouse Cultivation. Chapter 1. Marcelis L., Heuvelink E. (Eds.). Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Wageningen University, NL. ISBN: 978-1-78676-280-1 (Print)/ ISBN: 978-1-78676-283-2 (Online).
  14. Mourato M.P., Pinto F., Moreira I., Sales J., Leitão I., Martins L.L. 2019. The Effect of Cd Stress in Mineral Nutrient Uptake in Plants. In: Cadmium Toxicity and Tolerance in Plants. Chapter 13. Hasanuzzaman M., Prasad M.N.V., Fujita M. (Eds.). Academic Press pp 327-348. ISBN: 978-0-12-814864-8.
  15. Neto C., Monteiro-Henriques T., Costa J.C., Capelo J., Bellu A., Geraldes, M., Deil U. 2019. The floristic distinctiveness of the low and mid-altitude peatrich heathlands of the western Iberian Peninsula and northwestern Morocco. In: Ramos-Pereira A., Leal M., Bergonso S., Trindade J. & Reis E. (eds). Água e Território. Um Tributo a Catarina Ramos, pp 331-354. Centro de Estudos Geográficos. IGOT, Universidade de Lisboa. Portugal. ISBN: 978-972-636-280-1. DOI: 10.33787/ CEG2019000S.
  16. Peres F., Gouveia C., Salgueiro C., Anjos O., Lourenço C. 2019. Caracterização Química e Nutricional de “Azeites de Montanha”. In: Desenvolvimento e Inovação de um produto endógeno – o caso dos Azeites de Montanha. Peres M.F.P, Paiva T.M.D. (Eds.). ISBN 978-989-8196-91-0.
  17. Raymundo A., Nunes M.C., Sousa I. 2019. Microalgae biomass as a food ingredient to design added value products. In: Valorising seaweed by-products. Chapter 7. M.D.T. Pérez, H.D. González (Eds.). Nova Science Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-53615-398-9 (Print).
  18. Santos D.I., Saraiva J.A., Vicente A.A., Moldão-Martins M. Methods for determining bioavailability and bioaccessibility of bioactive compounds and nutrients. In: Innovative Thermal and Non-Thermal Processing, Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability of Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds. Chapter 2. Barba F.J., Saraiva J.A., Cravotto G., Lorenzo J.M. (Eds.). Woodhead Publishing, Elsevier Inc. pp 23-54. ISBN: 978-0-12-814174-8.
  19. Silva M.E., Brás I., Cunha-Queda A.C., Nunes O.P. 2019. Influence of heavy metals fraction on quality of composts. In: Wastes: Solutions, Treatments and Opportunities III. Vilarinho C., Castro F., Gonçalves M., Fernando A.L. (Eds.). CRC Press, pp. 293-300. ISBN 9780367257774 (Paper)/ ISBN: 9780429289798.
  20. Vidigal P., Romeiras M.M., Monteiro F. 2019. Crops diversification and the role of orphan legumes to improve the Sub-Saharan Africa farming systems. In: Sustainable Crop Production [Working Title]. IntechOpen


Articles in International Journals

  1. Aigoun-Mouhous W., Elena G., Cabral A., León M., Sabaou N., Armengol J., Chaouia C., Mahamedi A.E., Berraf-Tebbal A. 2019. Characterization and pathogenicity of Cylindrocarpon-like asexual morphs associated with black foot disease in Algerian grapevine nurseries, with the description of Pleiocarpon algeriense sp. nov.. European Journal of Plant Pathology 154(4): 887-901.
  2. Almeida A.M., Zachut M., Hernández-Castellano L.E., Speranda M., Gabai G., Mobasheri A. 2019. Biomarkers of fitness and welfare in dairy animals: healthy living. Journal of Dairy Research 86(4): 379-387.
  3. Alvarenga P., Rodrigues D., Mourinha C., Palma P., de Varennes A., Cruz N., Tarelho L.A.C., Rodrigues S. 2019. Use of wastes from the pulp and paper industry for the remediation of soils degraded by mining activities: Chemical, biochemical and ecotoxicological effects. Science of the Total Environment 686: 1152-1163.
  4. Arenas-Lago D., Abreu M.M., Couce L.A., Vega F.A. 2019. Is nanoremediation an effective tool to reduce the bioavailable As, Pb and Sb contents in mine soils from Iberian Pyrite Belt? Catena 176: 362-371.
  5. Azzeddine C., Philippe M., Ferreira M.I, Houria C., Chaves M.M., Christoph C. 2019. Scheduling deficit subsurface drip irrigation of apple trees for optimizing water use. Arabian Journal of Geosciences 12(3): 74.
  6. Barroso I., Maia V., Cabrita P., Martínez-Suárez J.V., Brito L. 2019. The benzalkonium chloride resistant or sensitive phenotype of Listeria monocytogenes planktonic cells did not dictate the susceptibility of its biofilm counterparts. Food Research International 123: 373-382.
  7. Bassan N., Rodrigues R.H., Monti R., Tecelão C., Ferreira-Dias S., Paula A.V. 2019. Enzymatic modification of grapeseed (Vitis vinifera L.) oil aiming to obtain dietary triacylglycerols in a batch reactor. LWT - Food Science and Technology 99: 600-606.
  8. Batista A.P., Niccolai A., Bursic I., Sousa I., Raymundo A., Rodolfi L., Biondi N., Tredici M.R. 2019. Microalgae as functional ingredients in savory food products: application to wheat crackers. Foods 8(12): 611.
  9. Belge B., Goulão L.F., Comabella E., Graell J., Lara I. 2019. Postharvest heat and CO2 shocks induce changes in cuticle composition and cuticle-related gene expression in ‘October Sun’ peach fruit. Postharvest Biology and Technology 148: 200-207.
  10. Benhadi-Marín J., Pereira J.A., Sousa J.P., Santos S.A.P. 2019. Functional responses of three guilds of spiders: Comparing single- and multiprey approaches. Annals of Applied Biology 175(2): 202-214.
  11. Benhadi-Marín J., Pereira J.A., Sousa J.P., Santos S.A.P. 2019. Spiders actively choose and feed on nutritious non-prey food resources. Biological Control 129: 187-194.
  12. Bento M., Pereira S.G., Viegas W., Silva M. 2019. Unravelling the hidden inter and intra-varietal diversity of durum wheat commercial varieties used in Portugal. Plant Genetic Resources: Characterisation and Utilisation 17(4): 386-389.
  13. Blancquaert E.H., Oberholster A., Ricardo-da-Silva J.M., Deloire A.J. 2019. Effects of abiotic factors on phenolic compounds in the grape berry – A review. South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture 40(1): 1-14.
  14. Blancquaert E.H., Oberholster A., Ricardo-Da-Silva J.M., Deloire A.J. 2019. Grape flavonoid evolution and composition under altered light and temperature conditions in Cabernet Sauvignon (Vitis vinifera L.). Frontiers in Plant Science 10: 1062.
  15. Blancquaert E.H., Oberholster A., Ricardo-Da-Silva J.M., Deloire A.J. 2019. Effect of light quality on fruit growth, composition and sensory impact of the wines. South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture 40(2): 141-156.
  16. Bodington J., Malfeito-Ferreira M. 2019. Should ties be broken in commercial wine competitions? When yes, what method is practical and defensible? Journal of Wine Economics 14(3): 298-308.
  17. Bogucka J., Ribeiro D.M., Bogusławska‐Tryk M., Dankowiakowska A., da Costa R.P.R., Bednarczyk M. 2019. Microstructure of the small intestine in broiler chickens fed a diet with probiotic or synbiotic supplementation. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 103(6): 1785-1791.
  18. Bonari G., Knollová I., Vlčková P., Xystrakis F., Çoban S., Sağlam C., Didukh Y.P., Hennekens S.M., Acosta A.T.R., Angiolini C., Bergmeier E., Bertacchi A., Costa J.C., Fanfarillo E., Gigante D., Guarino R., Landi M., Neto C.S., Pesaresi S., Rosati L., Selvi F., Sotiriou A., Stinca A., Turcato C., Tzonev R., Viciani D., Chytrý M. 2019. CircumMed Pine Forest Database: an electronic archive for Mediterranean and Submediterranean pine forest vegetation data. Phytocoenologia 49(3): 311-318.
  19. Boucho A.C., Carranca C., Redondo R., Calouro F., Madeira M. 2019. Biomass, nodulation and N2 fixing response by subclover and pink serradela to phosphorus fertilization. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 65(10): 1431-1445.
  20. Branco M., Esquível M.G., Cortez M., Figueiredo E. 2019. Heat shock proteins expression and survival at fluctuating high temperature in the larvae of two moth species, Helicoverpa armigera and Thaumetopoea pityocampa. Bulletin of Insectology 72(1): 61-68.
  21. Branco P., Sabir F., Diniz M. Carvalho L., Albergaria H., Prista C. 2019. Biocontrol of Brettanomyces/Dekkera bruxellensis in alcoholic fermentations using saccharomycin-overproducing Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains. Applied Microbiology Biotechnology 103(7): 3073-3083.
  22. Cabral S.R., Azevedo B.M.B., Silva M.P., Figueiredo A.S., Martins A.P.L., Pinho M.N. 2019. Optimization of cheese whey ultrafiltration/diafiltration for the production of beverage liquid protein concentrates with lactose partially removed. Journal of Membrane Science & Research 5(2): 172-177.
  23. Calapez A.R., Elias C.L., Almeida S.F.P., Brito A.G., Feio M.J. 2019. Sewage contamination under water scarcity effects on stream biota: biofilm, grazers, and their interaction. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26(26): 26636-26645.
  24. Cameira M.D.R., Pereira L.S.P. 2019. Innovation issues in water, agriculture and food. Water 11(6): 1230.
  25. Cameira M.D.R., Valente F., Li R., Surgy S., Abreu F.G., Coutinho J., Fangueiro D. 2019. Band application of acidified slurry as an alternative to slurry injection in Mediterranean winter conditions: Impact on nitrate leaching. Soil and Tillage Research 187: 172-181.
  26. Cameira M.R., Rolim J., Valente F., Faro A., Dragosits U., Cordovil C.M.D.S. 2019. Spatial distribution and uncertainties of nitrogen budgets for agriculture in the Tagus river basin in Portugal – Implications for effectiveness of mitigation measures. Land Use Policy 84: 278-293.
  27. Capote T., Usié A., Barbosa P., Ramos M., Morais-Cecílio L., Gonçalves S. 2019. Transcriptome dynamics of cork oak (Quercus suber) somatic embryogenesis reveals active gene players in transcription regulation and phytohormone homeostasis of embryo development. Tree Genetics & Genomes 15(4): 52.
  28. Carbas B., Salinas M.V., Serrano C., Passarinho J.A., Puppo M.C., Ricardo C.P., Brites C. 2019. Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of commercial flours from Ceratonia siliqua and Prosopis spp. Journal of Food Measurement and Characterization 13(1): 305-311.
  29. Carvalho A., Fragoso R., Gominho J., Duarte E. 2019 Effect of minimizing D-limonene compound on anaerobic co-digestion feeding mixtures to improve methane yield. Waste and Biomass Valorization 10(1): 75-83.
  30. Carvalho A., Vale S., Pereira C., Mota M., Oliveira C.M., Reis M.A. 2019. Unilateral NMR, a new approach to the assessment of Rocha pear stored in controlled atmosphere during long periods. SF Journal of Biotechnology and Biomedical Engineering 2(1): 1009.
  31. Carvalho L., Santos E., Abreu M.M. 2019. Unraveling the crucial role of the ascorbate-glutathione cycle in the resilience of Cistus monspeliensis L. to withstand high As concentrations. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 171: 389-397.
  32. Carvalho L.C., Amâncio S. 2019. Cutting the Gordian knot of abiotic stress in grapevine: from the test tube to climate change adaptation. Physiologia Plantarum 165(2): 330-342.
  33. Carvalho L.C., Vieira C., Abreu M.M., Magalhães M.C. 2019. Physiological response of Cistus salviifolius L. to high arsenic concentrations. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 1-15.  [in press]
  34. Carvalho M.O., Fradinho P., Martins M.J., Magro A., Raymundo A., Sousa I. 2019. Paddy rice stored under hermetic conditions: The effect of relative humidity, temperature and storage time in suppressing Sitophilus zeamais and impact on rice quality. Journal of Stored Products Research 80: 21-27.
  35. Carvalho R.C., Varela Z., Paço T.A., Branquinho C. 2019. Selecting Potential Moss Species for Green Roofs in the Mediterranean Basin. Urban Science 3(2): 57.
  36. Catarino L., Indjai B., Duarte M.C., Monteiro F. 2019. Chromolaena odorata invasion in Guinea-Bissau (West Africa): first records and trends of expansion. BioInvasions Records 8(1): 190-198.
  37. Catarino L., Romeiras M.M., Bancessi Q., Duarte D., Faria D., Monteiro F., Moldão M. 2019. Edible leafy vegetables from West Africa (Guinea-Bissau): consumption, trade and food potential. Foods 8(10): 493.
  38. Catarino S., Castro F.P., Brazão J., Moreira L., Pereira L., Fernandes J.R., Eiras-Dias J.E., Graça A., Martins-Lopes P. 2019. 87Sr/86Sr isotopic ratios in vineyard soils and varietal wines from Douro Valley. Bio Web of Conferences 12: 02031.
  39. Catarino S., Duarte M.C., Costa E., Carrero P.G., Romeiras M.M. 2019. Conservation and sustainable use of the medicinal Leguminosae plants from Angola. PeerJ 7: e6736.
  40. Chemetova C., Braga S., Fabião A., Gominho J., Ribeiro H. 2019. The potential of aged Acacia melanoxylon bark as a source for alternative substrate. Acta Horticulturae 1266: 389-394.
  41. Chemetova C., Gominho J., Fabião A., Ribeiro H. 2019. Hydrothermally treated Eucalyptus globulus bark: an innovative organic material for plant substrates. Acta Horticulturae 1266: 207-214
  42. Chemetova C., Quilhó T., Braga S., Fabião A., Gominho J., Ribeiro H. 2019. Aged Acacia melanoxylon bark as an organic peat replacement in container media. Journal of Cleaner Production 232: 1103-1111.
  43. Coelho J., Almeida-Trapp M., Pimentel D., Soares F., Reis P., Rego C., Mithöfer A., Fortes A.M. 2019. The study of hormonal metabolism of Trincadeira and Syrah cultivars indicates new roles of salicylic acid, jasmonates, ABA and IAA during grape ripening and upon infection with Botrytis cinerea. Plant Science 283: 266-277.
  44. Coito J.L., Silva H.G., Ramos M.J.N., Cunha J., Eiras-Dias J., Amâncio S., Costa M.M.R., Rocheta M. 2019. Vitis flower types: from the wild to crop plants. PeerJ 7: e7879.
  45. Conceição S.I.R., Róis A.S., Caperta A.D. 2019. Nonreduction via meiotic restitution and pollen heterogeneity may explain residual male fertility in triploid marine halophyte Limonium algarvense (Plumbaginaceae). Caryologia 72(3): 53-62.
  46. Cordovil C.M.d.S., Pinto R., Silva B., Sas-Paszt L., Sakrabani R., Skiba U.M. 2019. The impact of woody biochar on microbial processes in conventionally and organically managed arable soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 50(12): 1387-1402.
  47. Corrêa-Filho L.C., Lourenço M.M., Moldão-Martins M., Alves V.D. 2019. Microencapsulation of β-carotene by spray drying: effect of wall material concentration and drying inlet temperature. International Journal of Food Science 2019: 8914852.
  48. Corrêa-Filho L.C., Lourenço S.C., Duarte D.F., Moldão-Martins M., Alves V.D. 2019. Microencapsulation of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) pomace ethanolic extract by spray drying: optimization of process conditions. Applied Sciences 9(3): 612.
  49. Corrêa-Filho L.C., Moldão-Martins M., Alves V.D. 2019. Advances in the application of microcapsules as carriers of functional compounds for food products. Applied Sciences 9(3): 571.
  50. Costa J.M., Egipto R., Sánchez-Virosta A., Lopes C.M., Chaves M.M. 2019. Canopy and soil thermal patterns to support water and heat stress management in vineyards. Agricultural Water Management 216: 484-496.
  51. Costa J.M., Marques da Silva J., Pinheiro C., Barón M., Mylona P., Centritto M., Haworth M., Loreto F., Uzilday B., Turkan I., Oliveira M.M. 2019. Opportunities and limitations of crop phenotyping in southern European countries. Frontiers in Plant Science 10: 1125.
  52. Costa P.M., Poças I., Cunha M. 2019. Modelling evapotranspiration of soilless cut roses 'Red Naomi' based on climatic and crop predictors. Horticultural Science 46(2): 107-114.
  53. Cruz de Carvalho R., Varela Z., do Paço T.A., Branquinho C. 2019. Selecting Potential Moss Species for Green Roofs in the Mediterranean Basin. Urban Science 3(2): 57.
  54. Cruz S., Cordovil C.M., Pinto R., Brito A.G., Cameira M.R., Gonçalves G., Poulsen J.R., Thodsen H., Kronvang B., May L. 2019. Nitrogen in Water-Portugal and Denmark: Two Contrasting Realities. Water 11(6): 1114.
  55. Cunha N.S., Magalhães M.R. 2019. Methodology for mapping the national ecological network to mainland Portugal: A planning tool towards a green infrastructure. Ecological Indicators 104: 802-818.
  56. DaMatta F.M., Rahn E., Läderach P., Ghini R., Ramalho J.C. 2019. Why could the coffee crop endure climate change and global warming to a greater extent than previously estimated? Climatic Change 152(1): 167-178.
  57. Darbyshire I., Langa C., Romeiras M.M. 2019. A synopsis of Polysphaeria (Rubiaceae) in Mozambique, including two new species. Phytotaxa 414(1): 1-18.
  58. Del Frari G., Cabral A., Nascimento T., Ferreira R.B., Oliveira H. 2019. Epicoccum layuense a potential biological control agent of esca-associated fungi in grapevine. PLoS ONE 14(3): e0213273.
  59. Del Frari G., Gobbi A., Aggerbeck M.R., Oliveira H., Hansen L.H., Ferreira R.B. 2019. Fungicides and the grapevine wood mycobiome. A case study on tracheomycotic ascomycete Phaeomoniella chlamydospora reveals potential for two novel control strategies. Frontiers in Plant Science 10: 1405.
  60. Del Frari G., Gobbi A., Aggerbeck M.R., Oliveira H., Hansen L.H., Ferreira R.B. 2019. Characterization of the wood mycobiome of Vitis vinifera in a vineyard affected by esca. Spatial distribution of fungal communities and their putative relation with leaf symptoms. Frontiers in Plant Science 10: 910.
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  171. Santos F., Correia A.C., Ortega-Heras M., Garcia-Lomillo J., González-Sanjosé M.L., Jordão A.M., Ricardo-da-Silva J.M. 2019. Acacia, cherry and oak wood chips used for a short aging period of rosé wines: effects on general phenolic parameters, volatile composition and sensory profile. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 99(7): 3588-3603.
  172. Santos M.I.S., Fradinho P., Martins S., Lima A.I.G., Ferreira R.M.S.B., Pedroso L., Ferreira M.A.S.S., Sousa I. 2019. A Novel Way for Whey: Cheese Whey Fermentation Produces an Effective and Environmentally-Safe Alternative to Chlorine. Applied Sciences 9(14): 2800.
  173. Santos R., Sousa I., Raymundo A., Santos-Silva J., Prista C., Mota M. 2019. Development of a fermented green tomato base for dressings and sauces with high nutritional value. Acta Horticulturae 1233: 239-246.
  174. Saraiva A., Rodrigues G., Mamede H., Silvestre J., Dias I., Feliciano M., Oliveira e Silva P., Oliveira M. 2019. The impact of the winery’s wastewater treatment system on the winery water footprint. Water Science & Technology 80(10): 1823-1831.
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  177. Senkoro A.M., Shackleton C.M., Voeks R.A., Ribeiro A.I. 2019. Uses, knowledge, and management of the threatened pepper-bark tree (Warburgia salutaris) in Southern Mozambique. Economic Botany 703(3): 304-324.
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  179. Serra S.R.Q., Calapez A.R., Simões N.E., Marques J.A.A.S., Laranjo M., Feio M.J. 2019. Effects of variations in water quantity and quality in the structure and functions of invertebrates’ community of a Mediterranean urban stream. Urban Ecosystems 22(6): 1173-1186.
  180. Silva J.A.G., Resende M.L.V., Monteiro A.C.A., Pádua M.A., Guerra-Guimarães L., Medeiros F.L., Martins S.A., Botelho D.M.S. 2019. Resistance inducers applied alone or in association with fungicide for the management of leaf rust and brown eye spot of coffee under field conditions. Journal of Phytopathology 167(7-8): 430-439.
  181. Silva R.R., Prista C., Dias M.C.L., Boscolo M., Silva R., Gomes E. 2019. Improved utility of pentoses from lignocellulolytic hydrolysate: challenges and perspectives for enabling Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 67(21): 5919-5921.
  182. Silva R.R., Santos R.C. 2019. Pest Control: Can Chitinases Help To Reduce Pesticide Use? Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 67(29): 8071-8073.
  183. Silva V., Catry F.X., Fernandes P.M., Rego F.C., Paes A.P., Nunes L., Caperta A.D., Sérgio C., Bugalho M.N. 2019. Effects of grazing on plant composition, conservation status and ecosystem services of Natura 2000 shrub-grassland habitat types. Biodiversity and Conservation 28(5): 1205-1224.
  184. Simões M.F., Maiorano A.E., Santos J.G., Peixoto L., Souza R.F.B., Neto A.O., Brito A.G., Ottoni C.A. 2019. Microbial fuel cell-induced production of fungal laccase to degrade the anthraquinone dye Remazol Brilliant Blue R. Environmental Chemistry Letters 17(3): 1413-1420.
  185. Sofia J., Mota M., Gonçalves MT., Rego C. 2019. Response of four Portuguese grapevine cultivars to infection by Phaeomoniella chlamydospora. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 57(3): 506-518.
  186. Sokoloff D.D., Marques I., Macfarlane T.D., Remizowa M.V., Lam V.K.Y., Pellicer J., Hidalgo O., Rudall P.J., Graham S.W. 2019. Cryptic species in an ancient flowering‐plant lineage (Hydatellaceae, Nymphaeales) revealed by molecular and micromorphological data. Taxon 68(1): 1-19.
  187. Talhinhas P., Carvalho R., Figueira R., Ramos A.P. 2019. An annotated checklist of rust fungi (Pucciniales) occurring in Portugal. Sydowia 71: 65-84.
  188. Tapia A., Cornejo-La Torre M., Santos E.S., Arán D., Gallardo A. 2019. Improvement of chemical quality of percolated leachates by in situ application of aqueous organic wastes on sulfide mine tailings. Journal of Environmental Management 244: 154-160.
  189. Tecelão C., Perrier V., Dubreucq E., Ferreira-Dias S. 2019. Production of human milk fat substitutes by interesterification of tripalmitin with ethyl oleate catalyzed by Candida parapsilosis lipase/acyltransferase. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 96(7): 777-787.
  190. Temudo M., Talhinhas P. 2019. Dynamics of change in a ‘female farming system’, Mbanza Kongo/Northern Angola. Journal of Peasant Studies 46(2): 258-275.
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  194. van Wyk S., Silva F.V.M., Farid M.M. 2019. Pulsed electric field treatment of red wine: Inactivation of Brettanomyces and potential hazard caused by metal ion dissolution. Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies 52: 57-65.
  195. Vieira A., Diniz I., Loureiro A., Pereira A.P., Silva M.C., Várzea V., Batista D. 2019. Aggressiveness profiling of the coffee pathogen Colletotrichum kahawae. Plant Pathology 68(2): 358-368.
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  197. Villa M., Somavilla I., Santos S.A.P., López-Sáez J.A., Pereira J.A. 2019. Pollen feeding habits of Chrysoperla carnea s.l. adults in the olive grove agroecosystem. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 283: 106573.