Lia-Tânia Rosa Dinis Full Member
Name: Lia-Tânia Rosa Dinis
Aggregation: Full Member
Orcid ID: 0000-0002-9612-0909
Kaolin and salicylic acid alleviate summer stress in rainfed olive orchards by modulation of distinct physiological and biochemical responses.
Grapevine abiotic stress assessment and search for sustainable adaptation strategies in Mediterranean-like climates. A review.
Improvement of grapevine physiology and yield under summer stress by kaolin-foliar application: water relations, photosynthesis and oxidative damage.
Kaolin and salicylic acid foliar application modulate yield, quality and phytochemical composition of olive pulp and oil from rainfed trees.
Kaolin modulates ABA and IAA dynamics and physiology of grapevine under Mediterranean summer stress.
Kaolin particle film application stimulates photoassimilate synthesis and modifies the primary metabolome of grape leaves.
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.
Kaolin particle film application lowers oxidative damage and DNA methylation on grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.).
Clim4Vitis - Climate change impact mitigation for European viticulture: knowledge transfer for an integrated approach
Coordinator / João Santos
Start date / 2018/08 Funding / European Commission - H2020
INTERACT - Integrative Research in Environment, Agro-Chains and Technology
Coordinator / Rui Cortes
Start date / 2016/05 Funding / NORTE2020