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  1. Dinis D., Mesquita N., Martins J., Canhoto J.M., Gonçalves M.T., Gonçalves S.C. (2015) Mycorrhizal fungal communities associated with Arbutus unedo and the potential for the formation of common mycelial networks with Pinus pinaster. (see details)
  2. Eduardo G. Bento, Tiago Grilo, Marina Dolbeth, Dániel Nyitrai, Miguel Â. Pardal and Filipe Martinho (2015) A decadal trend of juvenile European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax, L.) responses to climate patterns in the Mondego estuary, Portugal. (see details)
    Link: http://www.frontiersin.org/myfrontiers/events/abstractdetails.aspx?abs_d...
  3. Gonçalves S.C., Mesquita N., Bittleston L., Vargas N., Dickie I.A., Geml J., Pringle A. (2015) Potential distribution and identity of introduced Amanita muscaria worldwide. (see details)
  4. Ma Y (2015) Characterization of metal resistant endophytic bacteria and their potential in facilitating phytoremediation by hyperaccumulator Sedum plumbizincicola. (see details)
  5. Ma Y, Rajkumar M, Freitas H (2015) Improvement of Ni phytostabilization by inoculation of Ni resistant Bacillus megaterium SR28C. (see details)
  6. Mesquita, N., Crisóstomo, J., Gonçalves S.C., Pringle A. 2015. (2015) The end of a generalist? Geographically structured host associations of Amanita phalloides in Europe. (see details)
  7. Crespo D., Leston S., Solan M., Pardal M.A., Dolbeth M. (2014) Global change effects on a non-native invasive species, Corbicula fluminea, (Müller, 1774): response of processes and functions. (see details)
  8. Gonçalves S.C., Barrico L., Sousa J.P., Gonçalves M.T. (2014) Variables affecting Craterellus lutescens fructification in maritime pine forests on sand dunes of Portugal. pp.81 (see details)
  9. Ma Y, Freitas H (2014) Phytoremediation of metal polluted field soils using Brassica juncea and Ricinus communis inoculated with plant growth promoting serpentine bacteria. (see details)
  10. Ma Y, Freitas H (2014) Effects of drought-tolerant plant growth promoting bacteria on the phytoremediation. (see details)
  11. Ma Y, Freitas H (2014) Role of plant-metal-microbe interactions in phytoremediation of metal contaminated soils. (see details)
  12. Ma Y, Freitas H (2014) Soil-plant-microbe interactions in bioremediation. (see details)
  13. Ma Y, Freitas H (2014) Phytoextraction of heavy metal polluted soils using Sedum plumbizincicola inoculated with Phyllobacterium myrsinacearum RC6b. (see details)
  14. Rodrigues S., Correia S., Alegre J., Toríbio M., Salgueiro L., Veríssimo P., Canhoto J. (2014) ANALYSIS OF STORAGE COMPOUNDS DURING SOMATIC EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN QUERCUS SUBER. (see details)
  15. Trovão J.** , Morcillo M.**, Bagulho M., Freitas H., Riccioni C., Azul A.M., ** Denotes First Co-authorship (2014) Integrated management and sustainable cultivation of the valuable truffle species Tuber borchii Vittad. (see details)
    Link: http://truffleresearch.eu/
  16. Azul AM, Ferreira I, Borba R, Freitas H, Campos A, Nunes J (2013) Project: ValueMicoTruf: prospecting, productivity, and add value to native ectomycorrhizal fungi and truffles supported by criteria of quality and indicators of sustainable production. (see details)
  17. Borba R , Ferreira I, Coelho AS, Veríssimo P, Bagulho M, Freitas H, Morcillo M, Azul AM (2013) Developing Novel Tools and Processes for Sustainable Cultivation of Tuber borchii. (see details)
  18. Coelho J.P., Lillebø A.I., Crespo D., Leston S., Dolbeth M. (2013) The effect of the alien invasive bivalve, Corbicula fluminea, in nutrient dynamics under climate change scenario – a mesocosm experiment. (see details)
  19. Crespo D., Dolbeth M., Leston S., Sousa R., Pardal M.A. (2013) Main vectors of introduction and distribution of Corbicula fluminea: a geographic approach for a transcontinental comprehension. (see details)
  20. Disterheft, Antje, Disterheft, Antje (2013) Challenges and opportunities for the assessment of participation processes in sustainable universities – towards the integration of a forgotten dimension. (see details)
  21. Disterheft, Antje, Disterheft, Antje (2013) Challenges and opportunities for the assessment of participation processes in sustainable universities – towards the integration of a forgotten dimension. (see details)
  22. Azul AM (2012) Experiencing and discovering the Mediterranean in kindergarten and primary education. (see details)
  23. Baptista J., Pato P., Pereira E. , Duarte A.C., Pardal M.A. (2012) PCBs in the fish assemblage in a southern European estuary. (see details)
  24. Bourne E.C., Mina D., Gonçalves S.C., Loureiro J., Freitas H., Muller L.H.A. (2012) Do you want that supersize?. (see details)
  25. Disterheft A. (2012) Implementing sustainability at the campus - Towards a better understanding of participation processes within sustainability initiatives. (see details)
    Link: http://www.uncsd2012.org/index.php?page=view&type=13&nr=289&menu=27http:...
  26. Grilo T., Cardoso P.G., Pato P., Baptista J., Duarte A.C., Pardal M.A. (2012) PCBs accumulation in sediments and bivalves from the Ria de Aveiro (Portugal) and implications for public health. (see details)
  27. Marques S.C., Pardal M.A., Mendes S., Primo A.L., Azeiteiro U.M. (2012) Using multitable techniques for assessing the temporal variability of species‐environment relationship in a copepod community from a temperate estuarine ecosystem. (see details)
  28. Primo A.L., Azeiteiro U.M., Marques S.C., Martinho F., Baptista J., Pardal M.A. (2012) Nursery habitat use patterns of larval and juvenile flatfish species in a small temperate estuary. (see details)
  29. Antunes P., Loureiro J., Lopes L., Oliveira H., Santos C., Gomes F., Canhoto J. (2011) Attempts to regenerate strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo L.) plants following in vitro treatments with c-mitotic agents. (see details)
  30. Baptista J., Pato P., Tavares S., Pereira M.E., Duarte A.C., Pardal M.A. (2011) Influence of gender and age on PCBs accumulation in commercial fish Chelon labrosus. (see details)
  31. Castro M., Castro S., Loureiro J. (2011) Incidence of polyploidy and evolution of genome size in Iberian Scrophulariaceae s.l. (see details)
  32. Castro S. (2011) Mechanisms involved in the invasion by Australian Acacia species: mutualisms, plant-soil feedbacks and more?. (see details)
  33. Castro S., Raabová J. , Procházka T., Münzbergová Z. , Loureiro J. (2011) Polyploidy as an evolutionary mechanism: the case study of Aster amellus aggregate. (see details)
  34. Castro S., Raabová J., Procházka T., Münzbergová Z., Loureiro J. (2011) . Breeding barriers maintain a diploid–hexaploid contact zone in the polyploid Aster amellus aggregate. (see details)
  35. Castro S., Šurinová M., Münzbergová Z., Loureiro J. (2011) relationships between diploid and hexaploid Aster amellus populations. (see details)
  36. Costa J., Castro S., Ferrero V., Navarro L., Loureiro J. (2011) Reacquisition of sexual status in the invasive Oxalis pes-caprae. (see details)
  37. Ferrero V., Castro S., Costa J., Navarro L., Loureiro J. (2011) New insights on the sexual reproduction of the invasive polyploid Oxalis pes-caprae in the Western Mediterranean region. (see details)
  38. Ferrero V., Castro S., Costa J., Rodriguéz-Echeverría S., Crisóstomo J., Caldeirinha P., Castro M., Roiloa S., Vilá M., Freitas H., Navarro L., Loureiro J. (2011) Evolutionary changes to reproductive systems during the invasion process of the polyploid Oxalis pes-caprae. (see details)
  39. Jorge A., Loureiro J., Costa J., Ferrero V., Navarro L., Castro S. (2011) Plant advertisement: effects in pollinator attraction and plant fitness. (see details)
  40. Kubesová M., Loureiro J., Suda J. (2011) The dynamics of intraspecific variation in genome size. (see details)
  41. Loureiro J. (2011) da citometria de fluxo no estudo da ecologia vegetal. (see details)
  42. Loureiro J., Castro M., Pessoa J., Borges L., Castro S. (2011) Polyploidy and evolution of genome size in Portuguese orchid flora. (see details)
  43. Loureiro J., Castro S. (2011) Applications of flow cytometry in plant population biology and ecology. (see details)
  44. Marchante, E. , Marchante, E., Marchante, H. , Marchante, H., Freitas, H., Freitas, H. (2011) Managing invasive plant species in Portugal: from prevention to biocontrol. The case study of Acacia longifolia (INVADER). (see details)
    Link: Invited plenary session (E. Marchante)
  45. Marchante, E. , Marchante, E., Marchante, H. , Marchante, H., Freitas, H., Freitas, H. (2011) Managing invasive plant species in Portugal: from prevention to biocontrol. The case study of Acacia longifolia (INVADER). (see details)
    Link: Invited plenary session (E. Marchante)
  46. Mota L., Castro S., Loureiro J., Silveira P., Navarro L. (2011) Pollination success of the narrow endemic Polygala vayredae when growing with other native species: magnet or competing effect?. (see details)
  47. Navarro L., Ayensa G., Castro S., Rojas-Nossa S.V. (2011) Nectar robbing: a key component in the current interaction between a Tertiary relict plant and their floral visitors. (see details)
  48. Oliveira J.M., Castro M., Nascimento F., Castro S., Perkins J., Perkins S., Loureiro J. (2011) Ploidy level estimations in deciduous and elepidote hybrids of Rhododendron. (see details)
  49. Primo A.L., Azeiteiro U.M., Marques S.C., Baptista J., Martinho F., Pardal M.A. (2011) Seasonal distribution pattern of larval and juvenile flatfish assemblage in a temperate estuary (Western Portugal). (see details)
  50. Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Rodriguéz-Echeverría S., Crisóstomo J.A., Crisóstomo, J. A., Correia M., Correia, M., Afonso, C., Afonso C., Ferrero, V, Ferrero V., Castro, S., Castro S. (2011) MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE INVASION BY AUSTRALIAN ACACIA SPECIES: MUTUALISMS, PLANT-SOIL FEEDBACKS AND MORE?. (see details)