Name: Cátia Vanessa Queijo Brito
Aggregation: Integrated Member
Scopus author ID: 56623414100
Orcid ID: 0000-0003-2370-6084
Combining Zeolites with Early-Maturing Annual Legume Cover Crops in Rainfed Orchards: Effects on Yield, Fatty Acid Composition and Polyphenolic Profile of Olives and Olive Oil
Different LED light intensity and quality change perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) physiological and growth responses and water and energy consumption
Dolomitic limestone was more effective than calcitic limestone in increasing soil pH in an untilled olive orchard
Olive Yield and Physicochemical Properties of Olives and Oil in Response to Nutrient Application under Rainfed Conditions
Photosynthesis, Yield, Nutrient Availability and Soil Properties after Biochar, Zeolites or Mycorrhizal Inoculum Application to a Mature Rainfed Olive Orchard
Zeolites and Biochar Modulate Olive Fruit and Oil Polyphenolic Profile
A controlled-release fertilizer improved soil fertility but not olive tree performance
Grey and black anti-hail nets ameliorated apple (Malus × domestica borkh. cv. golden delicious) physiology under mediterranean climate
Inorganic fertilization at high n rate increased olive yield of a rainfed orchard but reduced soil organic matter in comparison to three organic amendments
Kaolin foliar spray improves olive tree performance and yield under sustained deficit irrigation
Foliar pre-treatment with abscisic acid enhances olive tree drought adaptability
Mycorrhizal fungi were more effective than zeolites in increasing the growth of non-irrigated young olive trees
Olive tree physiology and chemical composition of fruits are modulated by different deficit irrigation strategies
Combined biochar and organic waste have little effect on chemical soil properties and plant growth
Drought stress effects and olive tree acclimation under a changing climate
Kaolin and salicylic acid alleviate summer stress in rainfed olive orchards by modulation of distinct physiological and biochemical responses
Kaolin, an emerging tool to alleviate the effects of abiotic stresses on crop performance
Salicylic acid increases drought adaptability of young olive trees by changes on redox status and ionome
Zinc priming and foliar application enhances photoprotection mechanisms in drought-stressed wheat plants during anthesis
Kaolin and salicylic acid foliar application modulate yield, quality and phytochemical composition of olive pulp and oil from rainfed trees.
Kaolin particle film modulates morphological, physiological and biochemical olive tree responses to drought and rewatering.
Salicylic acid modulates olive tree physiological and growth responses to drought and rewatering events in a dose dependent manner.
The role of nighttime water balance on Olea europaea plants subjected to contrasting water regimes.
Vine & Wine PT - Driving Sustainable Growth Through Smart Innovation
Coordinator / Jorge Dias
UTAD/CITAB Coordinator / Raul Santos
Start date / 2021/11 Funding / IAPMEI - PRR - Recovery and Resilience Plan / Mobilising Agendas Reference / C644866286-00000011