Susana Rodríguez Echeverría
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Category: Research Associate (IF researcher)
Department: Life Sciences
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Project Gorongosa - Mozambique: Part 1: Discovering Gorongosa

Project Gorongosa - Mozambique: Part 2: Gorongosa interactions

Project Gorongosa - Mozambique: Part 3: People of Gorongosa

Project Gorongosa - Mozambique: Part 4: Soil Secrets 

Project Gorongosa - Mozambique: Part 5: The Walking Seeds



MUTUALNET. PTDC/BIA-BEC/103507/2008. Principal investigator. Below and aboveground mutualisms and the invasion by Australian acacias: relevance on invasive dynamics and consequences for native ecosystems (MUTUALNET). 2010-2012. The objective of this project is to determine the role of below and aboveground mutualisms in the invasive expansion of A. dealbata, A. longifolia and A. saligna. Our general working hypotheses are a) the Australian acacias need to find compatible mutualists in the invaded range in order to establish permanent viable populations, and b) the invasion by Australian acacias will disrupt native plant-mutualist networks leading to ecosystem degradation and therefore facilitating the progress of invasion

Climate change over the Western Mediterranean and Atlantic Islands: a dendroclimatic and genetic survey of the genus Juniperus - MEDIATIC. 2010-2012. PTDC/AAC-CLI/103361/2008. Researcher.

Facilitation mediated by Retama sphaerocarpa (L.) Boiss along an environmental gradient and relevance of the plant-soil interactions for ecological succession processes. Cooperation projects between FCT-CSIC.

Acção Integrada Luso-Espanhola 2009-2010: Effect of soil biota on the clonal growth of Trifolium sp.: potential use for restoration of heavy metal polluted environments.Team: Susana Rodríguez Echeverría (PI), Cristina Nabais, António Portugal, Sergio R. Roiloa, Rubén Retuerto Franco, Julia Sánchez Vilas, Raimundo Bermúdez Villanueva. The proposed project will investigate the ecological implications of symbiotic soil biota on the capacity of clonal plants to colonize metal-polluted soils. Plant and soil mutualists will be collected from serpentine areas, where natural selection has already enhanced the appearance of tolerant plants, and from a non-metallipherous soil. Serpentine soils contain unusual high concentrations of phytotoxic elements as nickel, chromium and cobalt, making these areas a very stressful environment for plant growth. In this way, we want to compare the effect of plant genotype and soil mutualists on Trifolium sp. performance on metal-contaminated soils. The information obtained will be used to design a revegetation pilot program of a metal contaminated area using the most promising combinations of Trifolium sp. and soil mutualists.

ROBIN.2004-2008. POCI/BIA-BDE/56941/2004. Funded by the FCT. Principal Investigator. This project aimed at studying the role of belowground communities for the processes of invasion by exotic plant species. As a model to study the role of rhizosphere organisms in plant invasions we selected the case of the Australian woody legume Acacia longifolia in the Natural Reserve of São Jacinto. We focused in the main groups of rhizosphere organisms that affect plant growth and survival: arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), Rhizobiaceae bacteria, plant parasitic nematodes (and their natural enemies) and pathogenic fungi.

Acção Integrada Nº - E – 6/05 (2005-2006) “ The role of rhizobia symbiosis in the invasiveness of Acacia longifolia(Andr.) Willd. in the North coast of Portugal”. Principal Investigator. The Australian leguminous tree Acacia longifolia (Andr.)Willd. is one of the most invasive species along the Portuguese coast. In particular, this exotic species is a great threat to the conservation of native vegetation in the coastal dunes of the Natural Reserve of São Jacinto. Like most legumes, Acacia longifolia can enter into symbiosis with Rhizobaceae bacteria and develop root nodules where nitrogen fixation takes place. Since nitrogen is one of the most limiting elements for plant growth in terrestrial ecosystems the symbiosis confers legumes an extraordinary advantage when colonising new areas.  We, therefore, propose to study the symbiotic promiscuity of Acacia longifolia in order to determine the role of the symbiosis in the invading ability of this species.

EcoTrain. 2002-2006. RTN2-2001-0464 Funded by the European Union. Post-doctoral researcher. EcoTrain aims to examine the regulation of plant parasitic nematodes in natural ecosystems, which processes contribute most to nematode control, and how predictable they are. EcoTrain will use coastal sand dunes of Europe as a natural model system. In EcoTrain, ecologists will use the extensive knowledge of agronomists on processes that regulate populations of plant parasitic nematodes. Agronomists will use the experience of ecologists to obtain fundamental knowledge on the principles of the regulation of nematode populations. EcoTrain will help the targeting of future search for nematode control measures in production systems

Research Interests

I am interested in the mechanisms that drive the structure and composition of plant communities. In particular my research focuses in three topics: diversity of mutualisms between plants and soil microbes, integrating soil microbiota in plant-plant interactions and biogeography of plants and soil microbial mutualists.

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  • GORONGOSA - Exploring biodiversity and ecological networks in Gorongosa National Park - Mozambique (see details)
  • MUTUALNET. Below and aboveground mutualisms and the invasion by Australian acacias: relevance on invasive dynamics and consequences for native ecosystems. (see details)
  • MEDIATIC. Climate change over the Western Mediterranean and Atlantic Islands: a dendroclimatic and genetic survey of the genus Juniperus (see details)
  • Evolutionary changes to reproductive systems during the invasion process of the polyploid Oxalis pes-caprae (see details)
    1. RODRÍGUEZ-ECHEVERRÍA, S., TEIXEIRA, H., CORREIA, M., TIMÓTEO, S., HELENO, R., OPIK, M., MOORA, M. (2017) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi communities from tropical Africa reveal strong ecological structure. New Phytologist. 213, 380-390. (see details)
    2. Correia, Marta Timóteo, Sérgio Rodríguez-Echeverría, Susana Mazars-Simon, Alban Heleno, Ruben (2016) The refaunation and reinstatement of the seed-dispersal function in Gorongosa National Park. Conservation Biology. (see details)
    3. Montesinos, D; Castro, S; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S (2016) Two invasive acacia species secure generalist pollinators in invaded communities. Acta Oecologica - International Journal Of Ecology. 74, 46-55. (see details) ISI paper
    4. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Roiloa, SR; de la Pena, E; Crisostomo, JA; Nabais, C (2015) Transplanting native woody legumes: a suitable option for the revegetation of coastal dunes. Ecological Research. 30, 1, 49-55. (see details) ISI paper
    5. Ferrero, Victoria; Barrett, Spencer C H; Castro, Silvia; Caldeirinha, Patricia; Navarro, Luis; Loureiro, Joao; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana (2015) Invasion genetics of the Bermuda buttercup (Oxalis pes-caprae): complex intercontinental patterns of genetic diversity, polyploidy and heterostyly characterize both native and introduced populations. Molecular Ecology. 24: 2143-55, (see details)
    6. Buscardo, E; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Freitas, H; De Angelis, P; Pereira, JS; Muller, LAH (2015) Contrasting soil fungal communities in Mediterranean pine forests subjected to different wildfire frequencies. Fungal Diversity. 70, 1, 85-99. (see details) ISI paper
    7. Heleno, Ruben; Garcia, Cristina; Jordano, Pedro; Traveset, Anna; Maria Gomez, Jose; Bluethgen, Nico; Memmott, Jane; Moora, Mari; Cerdeira, Jorge; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Freitas, Helena; Olesen, Jens M. (2014) Ecological networks: delving into the architecture of biodiversity. Biology Letters. 10, 1, 20131000 (see details) ISI paper
    8. Correia, Marta; Castro, Silvia; Ferrero, Victoria; Crisostomo, Joao A.; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana (2014) Reproductive biology and success of invasive Australian acacias in Portugal. Botanical Journal Of The Linnean Society. 174, 4, 574-588. (see details) ISI paper
    9. Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Moreno, Silvia; Bedmar, Eulogio J. (2014) Genetic diversity of root nodulating bacteria associated with Retama sphaerocarpa in sites with different soil and environmental conditions. Systematic And Applied Microbiology. 37, 4, 305-310. (see details) ISI paper
    10. Horn, Kevin; Parker, Ingrid M.; Malek, Wanda; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Parker, Matthew A. (2014) Disparate origins of Bradyrhizobium symbionts for invasive populations of Cytisus scoparius (Leguminosae) in North America. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 89, 1, 89-98. (see details) ISI paper
    11. Teixeira, H; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Nabais, C (2014) Genetic Diversity and Differentiation of Juniperus thurifera in Spain and Morocco as Determined by SSR. Plos One. 9, 2, (see details) ISI paper
    12. Melo, CD; Walker, C; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Borges, PAV; Freitas, H (2014) Species composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi differ in semi-natural and intensively managed pastures in an isolated oceanic island (Terceira, Azores). Symbiosis. 64, 2, 73-85. (see details) ISI paper
    13. Roiloa, Sergio R.; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Lopez-Otero, Aaron; Retuerto, Ruben; Freitas, Helena (2014) ADAPTIVE PLASTICITY TO HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENTS INCREASES CAPACITY FOR DIVISION OF LABOR IN THE CLONAL INVADER CARPOBROTUS EDULIS (AIZOACEAE). American Journal Of Botany. 101, 8, 1301-1308. (see details) ISI paper
    14. Roiloa, Sergio R.; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Freitas, Helena (2014) Effect of physiological integration in self/non-self genotype recognition on the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis. Journal Of Plant Ecology. 7, 4, 413-418. (see details) ISI paper
    15. Crisostomo, JA; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Freitas, H (2013) Co-introduction of exotic rhizobia to the rhizosphere of the invasive legume Acacia saligna, an intercontinental study. Applied Soil Ecology. 64, 118-126. (see details) ISI paper
    16. Roiloa, Sergio R.; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Freitas, Helena; Retuerto, Ruben (2013) Developmentally-programmed division of labour in the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis. Biological Invasions. 15, 9, 1895-1905. (see details) ISI paper
    17. Lorenzo, Paula; Pereira, Carla Sofia; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana (2013) Differential impact on soil microbes of allelopathic compounds released by the invasive Acacia dealbata Link. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 57, 156-163. (see details) ISI paper
    18. Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Afonso, Catarina; Correia, Marta; Lorenzo, Paula; Roiloa, Sergio R. (2013) The effect of soil legacy on competition and invasion by Acacia dealbata Link. Plant Ecology. 214, 9, 1139-1146. (see details) ISI paper
    19. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Armas, C; Piston, N; Hortal, S; Pugnaire, FI (2013) A role for below-ground biota in plant-plant facilitation. Journal Of Ecology. 101, 6, 1420-1428. (see details) ISI paper
    20. Buscardo, Erika; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Barrico, Lurdes; Garcia, Miguel A.; Freitas, Helena; Martin, Maria P.; De Angelis, Paolo; Muller, Ludo A. H. (2012) Is the potential for the formation of common mycorrhizal networks influenced by fire frequency?. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 46, 136-144. (see details) ISI paper
    21. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Fajardo, S; Ruiz-Diez, B; Fernandez-Pascual, M (2012) Differential effectiveness of novel and old legume-rhizobia mutualisms: implications for invasion by exotic legumes. Oecologia. 170, 1, 253-261. (see details) ISI paper
    22. Montesinos D., Castro, S., Rodríguez-Echeverría S. (2012) Invasive acacias experience higher ant seed removal rates at the invasion edges. Web Ecology . 12, 1, 33-37 (see details)
    23. Lorenzo, Paula; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana (2012) Influence of soil microorganisms, allelopathy and soil origin on the establishment of the invasive Acacia dealbata. Plant Ecology & Diversity. 5, 1, 67-73. (see details) ISI paper
    24. Castillo-Monroy, AP; Bowker, MA; Maestre, FT; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Martinez, I; Barraza-Zepeda, CE; Escolar, C (2011) Relationships between biological soil crusts, bacterial diversity and abundance, and ecosystem functioning: Insights from a semi-arid Mediterranean environment. Journal Of Vegetation Science. 22, 1, 165-174. (see details) ISI paper
    25. Armas, Cristina; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Pugnaire, Francisco I. (2011) A field test of the stress-gradient hypothesis along an aridity gradient. Journal Of Vegetation Science. 22, 5, 818-827. (see details) ISI paper
    26. Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Le Roux, Johannes J.; Crisostomo, Joao A.; Ndlovu, Joice (2011) Jack-of-all-trades and master of many? How does associated rhizobial diversity influence the colonization success of Australian Acacia species?. Diversity And Distributions. 17, 5, 946-957. (see details) ISI paper
    27. Roiloa, SR; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; de la Pena, E; Freitas, H (2010) Physiological integration increases the survival and growth of the clonal invader Carpobrotus edulis. Biological Invasions. 12, 6, 1815-1823. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: DOI 10.1007/s10530-009-9592-
    28. Lorenzo, P; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Gonzalez, L; Freitas, H (2010) Effect of invasive Acacia dealbata Link on soil microorganisms as determined by PCR-DGGE. Applied Soil Ecology. 44, 3, 245-251. (see details) ISI paper
    29. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S (2010) Rhizobial hitchhikers from Down Under: invasional meltdown in a plant-bacteria mutualism?. Journal Of Biogeography. 37, 8, 1611-1622. (see details) ISI paper
    30. Barrico, Lurdes; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Freitas, Helena (2010) Diversity of soil basidiomycete communities associated with Quercus suber L. in Portuguese montados. European Journal Of Soil Biology. 46, 5, 280-287. (see details) ISI paper
    31. Buscardo, Erika; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Martin, Maria P.; De Angelis, Paolo; Pereira, Joao Santos; Freitas, Helena (2010) Impact of wildfire return interval on the ectomycorrhizal resistant propagules communities of a Mediterranean open forest. Fungal Biology. 114, 8, 628-636. (see details) ISI paper
    32. de la Pena, Eduardo; de Clercq, Nikki; Bonte, Dries; Roiloa, Sergio; Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Freitas, Helena (2010) Plant-soil feedback as a mechanism of invasion by Carpobrotus edulis. Biological Invasions. 12, 10, 3637-3648. (see details) ISI paper
    33. Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; de la Pena, Eduardo; Moens, Maurice; Freitas, Helena; van der Putten, Win H. (2009) Can root-feeders alter the composition of AMF communities? Experimental evidence from the dune grass Ammophila arenaria. Basic And Applied Ecology. 10, 2, 131-140. (see details) ISI paper
    34. Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Crisostomo, Joao A.; Nabais, Cristina; Freitas, Helena (2009) Belowground mutualists and the invasive ability of Acacia longifolia in coastal dunes of Portugal. Biological Invasions. 11, 3, 651-661. (see details) ISI paper
    35. Mesquita, N.; Portugal, A.; Videira, S.; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S.; Bandeira, A. M. L.; Santos, M. J. A.; Freitas, H. (2009) Fungal diversity in ancient documents. A case study on the Archive of the University of Coimbra. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. 63, 5, 626-629. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1016/j.ibiod.2009.03.010
    36. Rodríguez-Echeverría, S. (2009) Soil organisms: the invisible dimension in the invasion by exotic plant species. Ecosistemas. 18, 2, 32-43 (see details)
    37. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Hol, WHG; Freitas, H; Eason, WR; Cook, R (2008) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link: Spore abundance and root colonisation in six locations of the European coast. European Journal Of Soil Biology. 44, 1, 30-36. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1016/j.ejsobi.2007.01.003
    38. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Freitas, H; van der Putten, WH (2008) Genetic diversity and differentiation of Ammophila arenatia (L.) link as revealed by ISSR markers. Journal Of Coastal Research. 24, 1, 122-126. (see details) ISI paper
    39. BANDEIRA DE ALBUQUERQUE, M, RODRÍGUEZ-ECHEVERRÍA, S., FREITAS, H. (2008) Genetic diversity in populations of Erica andevalensis, a vulnerable metallophyte species from the Iberian Peninsula. Web Of Ecology. 8, 135-141 (see details)
    40. Crisóstomo, J.A., Freitas, H., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S. (2007) Comparison between relative growth rates of three woody legumes: implications in the process of ecological invasion. Web Ecology. 7, 22-26 (see details)
    41. Rodriguez-Echeverria, Susana; Crisostomo, Joao A.; Freitas, Helena (2007) Genetic diversity of rhizobia associated with Acacia longifolia in two stages of invasion of coastal sand dunes. Applied And Environmental Microbiology. 73, 15, 5066-5070. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1128/AEM.00613-07
    42. de la Pena, E; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; van der Putten, WH; Freitas, H; Moens, M (2006) Mechanism of control of root-feeding nematodes by mycorrhizal fungi in the dune grass Ammophila arenaria. New Phytologist. 169, 4, 829-840. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2005.01602.x
    43. van der Putten, WH; Cook, R; Costa, S; Davies, KG; Fargette, M; Freitas, H; Hol, WHG; Kerry, BR; Maher, N; Mateille, T; Moens, M; de la Pena, E; Piskiewicz, AM; Raeymaekers, ADW; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; van der Wurff, AWG (2006) Nematode interactions in nature: Models for sustainable control of nematode pests of crop plants?. Advances In Agronomy, Vol 89. 89, 227-260. 0-12-000807-6. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1016/S0065-2113(05)89005-4
    44. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Freitas, H (2006) Diversity of AMF associated with Ammophila arenaria ssp arundinacea in Portuguese sand dunes. Mycorrhiza. 16, 8, 543-552. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1007/s00572-006-0070-9
    45. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Perez-Fernandez, MA (2005) Potential use of Iberian shrubby legumes and rhizobia inoculation in revegetation projects under acidic soil conditions. Applied Soil Ecology. 29, 2, 203-208. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi:10.1016/j.apsoil.2004.11.004
    46. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Perez-Fernandez, MA; Vlaar, S; Finnan, T (2003) Analysis of the legume-rhizobia symbiosis in shrubs from central western Spain. Journal Of Applied Microbiology. 95, 6, 1367-1374. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi: 10.1046/j.1365-2672.2003.02118.x
    47. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S; Perez-Fernandez, MA (2003) Soil fertility and herb facilitation mediated by Retama sphaerocarpa. Journal Of Vegetation Science. 14, 6, 807-814. (see details) ISI paper
    48. Rodríguez Echeverría, S. & Pérez Fernández, M.A. (2003) The seasonal impact of Cytisus striatus on soil fertility and the herbaceous understorey. Journal Of Mediterranean Ecology. 4, 1, 35-43 (see details)
    49. Perez-Fernandez, MA; Rodriguez-Echeverria, S (2003) Effect of smoke, charred wood, and nitrogenous compounds on seed germination of ten species from woodland in Central-Western Spain. Journal Of Chemical Ecology. 29, 1, 237-251. (see details) ISI paper
      Link: doi: 10.1023/A:1021997118146
    50. Pérez Fernández, M. A., Rodríguez Echeverría, S., Calvo Magro, E. & David Antonio, C. E. (2003) Germination of selected perennial plant species from Western Spain under nitrogen, light and wet and dry heat treatments. Journal Of Mediterranean Ecology. 4, 1, 23-33 (see details)
    51. Rodríguez Echeverría, S. & Pérez Fernández, M.A. (2001) Light and nutrients availability determine seeds germination in five perennials. Journal Of Mediterranean Ecology. 2, 2, 83-91 (see details)
    1. CABEZAS, J., BUYOLO, T, RODRÍGUEZ-ECHEVERRÍA, S, TROCA, A, ESCUDERO-GARCÍA, J.C (2002) Valoración paisajística del entorno de Valdecaballeros. Badajoz. Publicaciones de la Secretaría General. Consejería de Agricultura y Medio Ambiente. Junta de Extremadura. . 84 8107 043 2. (see details)
    1. RODRÍGUEZ ECHEVERRÍA, S., COSTA, S.R., FREITAS, H. (2007) Biodiversity and interactions in the rhizosphere: effects on ecosystem functioning. In: Handbook of functional Plant Ecology, 2nd Edition. CRC. . (see details)
    2. Pérez-Fernández, M.A., Rodríguez Echeverría, S., David Antonio, C.E., Calvo Magro, E. (2002) Effects of nitrogen, light and wet and dry heat treatments, on the germination of six perennial plant species from western Spain. In: Weeds. Threats now & forever?. Plant Protection Society of WA Inc. . 0 9581111 0 3. (see details)
    1. 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)
    2. Crisóstomo, J. A.,, Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Freitas, H. (2010) Contribution of plant genotype and soil biota to the invasion of Mediterranean areas by Acacia dealbata. (see details)
    3. Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Crisóstomo, J. A. (2010) The legume-rhizobia symbiosis in invasion ecology: Identity, origin and ecological relevance of root nodulating bacteria from invasive acacias. (see details)
    4. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S., Buscardo, E., Roiloa, S.R., Nabais, C., Freitas, H (2009) Plant facilitation by shrubs in contrasting areas under Mediterranean climate. (see details)
    5. Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., de la Peña, E. (2008) Herbivore mediated changes in mutualistic plant-fungal interactions: implications for primary succession in coastal dunes. (see details)
    6. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S., Crisóstomo, J.A., Nabais, C., Freitas, H. (2008) Digging in the dirt: underground mechanisms of exotic plant invasions. (see details)
    7. de la Peña, E., Rodriguez-Echeverria, S., Roiloa, S.R., Bonte, D. (2008) Plant-soil feedbacks in Carpobrotus edulis: new insights on the mechanisms of invasion. (see details)
    8. Crisóstomo, J.A., Bachmann, D., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S. (2008) Allelopathic effects of two invasive Acacia species on seed germination and seedling growth. (see details)
    9. Portugal, A., Mesquita, N., Videira, S., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Bandeira, A.M.L., Santos, M.J.A., Cabo-Verde, S., Botelho, M.L., Freitas, H. (2008) Fungal diversity on historical documents: molecular identification and implementation of control strategies for the preservation of the archive patrimony of the University of Coimbra. (see details)
    10. Portugal, A., Bidartondo, M., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Gonçalves, S.C., Freitas, H. & Gonçalves, M.T. (2007) Contribution to the molecular delimitation of the Tricholoma flavovirens species complex. (see details)
    11. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2006) Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Crisóstomo, J.A., Marchante, E., Pérez-Fernández, M.A., Gallardo, A. & Freitas, H. Diversidad rizobiana asciada a Acacia longifolia en la Reserva Natural de las Dunas de São Jacinto (ORAL PRESENTATION) 2º Congresso Ibérico de Ecologia. Lisboa (Portugal) 18-21 July-2006 . (see details)
    12. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2006) Rodríguez-Echeverría, S. & Freitas, H.Diversidad morfológica y genética de Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link en la costa europea. 2º Congresso Ibérico de Ecologia. Lisboa (Portugal) 18-21 July-2006. (see details)
    13. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2006) Crisóstomo, J.A., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Costa, S.R. & Freitas, H. Comparação da taxa de crescimento de três espécies de leguminosas lenhosas: implicações no proceso de invasão ecológica. 2º Congresso Ibérico de Ecologia. Lisboa (Portugal) 18-21 July- 2006 . (see details)
    14. Rodriguez-Echeverria, S, de la Peña, E., Freitas, H. (2006) Insights into the control of root-feeding nematodes by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi . (see details)
    15. Múnera Uribe, G.E., de la Peña, E., Bert, W., Moens, M., Borgonie, G., Decraemer, W. (2006) Crisóstomo, J.A., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S. & Freitas, H. AM fungi diversity associated with three woody legumes in the Reserva Natural de São Jacinto, Portugal. 5th International Conference on Mycorrhiza. Granada (Spain) 23-27 July -2006 . (see details)
    16. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2004) 2004: Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Ammophila arenaria L. in European coastal sand dunes. Rodríguez Echeverría, S.; Crisóstomo, J. & Freitas, H. Proceedings of MEDECOS X International Conference Mediterranean Ecology. Rhodes, Greece. (see details)
    17. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2004) 2004: Bradyrhizobia infection of Mediterranean shrubby legumes: effectiveness and symbiotic promiscuity. Rodríguez Echeverría, S.; Pérez Fernández, M.A.. Proceedings of MEDECOS X International Conference Mediterranean Ecology. Rhodes, Greece. (see details)
    18. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2004) 2004. Control of plant parasitic nematodes in a natural system: I. Plant variability and their Mutualists (Oral presentation). Susana Rodriguez-Echeverria & Helena Freitas CONFERENCE: Advances in applied biology: providing new opportunities for consumers and producers in the 21st century. Organised by The Association of Applied Biologists. Oxford (Great Britain) . (see details)
    19. Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Crisóstomo, J., Freitas, H. (2004) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Ammophila arenaria L. in European coastal sand dunes. (see details)
    20. Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Freitas, H. (2004) Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect root colonization of Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link by endoparasitic nematodes?. (see details)
    21. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2000) 2000. Efecto de la aplicación de sales en oscuridad y fotoperiodo sobre la germinación de semillas de Dittrichia viscosa, Cistus ladanifer y Cistus albidus. Rodríguez Echeverría, S., Pérez Fernández, M.A., & Escudero García, J.C. CONFERENCE: I Congreso Ibérico de Ecología. Santiago de Compostela (Spain). (see details)
    22. Pereira Coutinho, A. (2000) 2000 Differential growth of legumes in the presence of nitrogen fixing bacteria. Pérez Fernández, M.A., Rodríguez Echeverría, S., & Lamont, B. CONFERENCE: 4th European Nitrogen Fixation Conference. Sevilla (Spain). (see details)