Valdemar Pedrosa Carnide PhD Collaborator
Name: Valdemar Pedrosa Carnide
Aggregation: PhD Collaborator
Scopus author ID: 6506146779
Orcid ID: 0000-0001-9769-9636
Cowpea Immature Pods and Grains Evaluation: An Opportunity for Different Food Sources
Organic farming production of broccoli genotypes in northern Portugal
The redundancy effect under morphogenetic and environmental fluctuations. The case of the Dianthus pungens group
Use of Plant-Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria and Mycorrhizal Fungi Consortium as a Strategy to Improve Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Productivity under Different Irrigation Regimes
Drought stress effect on polyphenolic content and antioxidant capacity of cowpea pods and seeds
Inoculation of plant growth promoting bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi improve chickpea performance under water deficit conditions
The UCR Minicore: a resource for cowpea research and breeding
Effects of exogenous compound sprays on cherry cracking: skin properties and gene expression
Estratégias inovadoras em pré-colheita no incremento da qualidade da cereja ‘Sweetheart',
Iberian Peninsula cowpea diversity: chloroplast, microsatellite and morpho-agronomic variability
Root and Agro-Morphological Traits Performance in Cowpea under Drought Stress
Evaluating stress responses in cowpea under drought stress
Screening of worldwide cowpea collection to drought tolerant at a germination stage
Speciation and periodic restricted environments. The case of genus Ononis L. (subsections Natrix and Viscosae)
Genetic diversity and core collection of Malus x domestica in northwestern Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands by SSRs.
Identification of cultivated and wild Vaccinium species grown in Portugal.
Morpho-environmental strategies in the genus Ononis L. (subsections Natrix and Viscosae) in Western Mediterranean.
Cowpea: a legume crop for a challenging environment.
European cowpea landraces for a more sustainable agriculture system and novel foods.
Genetic diversity and structure of Iberian Peninsula cowpeas compared to world-wide cowpea accessions using high density SNP markers.
Variation of chemical constituents, antioxidant activity, and endogenous plant hormones throughout different ripening stages of highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) cultivars produced in centre of Portugal.
RooPheLeg - Exploiting root phenotyping to select drought tolerant legumes
Coordinator / Márcia Carvalho
Start date / 2023/03 Funding / FCT - PTDC Reference / 2022.01092.PTDC
BRESOV - Breeding for Resilient, Efficient and Sustainable Organic Vegetable production [GA 774244]
Coordinator / Ferdinando Branca
UTAD/CITAB Coordinator / Eduardo Rosa
Start date / 2018/05 Funding / European Commission - H2020 - SFS-2017-2 Reference / H2020-SFS-2017-2; GA 774244
LEGSEEDCOAT - Legume seed coating with beneficial microorganisms for increased productivity and resilience under climate change conditions
Coordinator / Rui Oliveira
UTAD/CITAB Coordinator / Guilhermina Marques
Start date / 2016/07 Funding / FCT/FEDER Reference / PTDC/AGR-TEC/1140/2014
INTERACT - Integrative Research in Environment, Agro-Chains and Technology
Coordinator / Rui Cortes
Start date / 2016/05 Funding / NORTE2020 Reference / NORTE-01-0145-FEDER-000017
EUROLEGUME - Enhancing of legumes growing in Europe through sustainable cropping for protein supply for food and feed [GA 613781]
Coordinator / Eduardo Rosa
Start date / 2014/01 Funding / European Commission - FP7 - KBBE.2013.1.2-02 Reference / EUROLEGUME - FP7-KBBE-2013-GA613781