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  1. Iniciação ao Scilab

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  2. Pinhais bravos. Ecologia e gestão

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  3. Os fogos florestais e a engenharia militar

    Costa, A. Maia e
    info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

  4. Ecologia teórica. Uma outra explanação. 1 - Populações isoladas. 2 - Interacções entre populações. 3 - Comunidade e ecossistema

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  5. Ecologia teórica. Uma outra explanação. 1 - Populações isoladas. 2 - Interacções entre populações. 3 - Comunidade e ecossistema

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  6. From trees to forests. A unified theory

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  7. Árvores e Arvoredos. Geometria e dinâmica

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  8. The collection of birds from Mozambique at the Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical of the University of Lisbon (Portugal)

    Monteiro, Miguel; Figueira, Rui; Melo, Martim; Mills, Michael Stuart Lyne; Beja, Pedro; Bastos-Silveira, Cristiane; Ramos, Manuela; Rodrigues, Diana; Neves, Isabel Queirós; Consciência, Susana; Reino, Luís
    The Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical of the University of Lisbon, which resulted from the recent merger (in 2015) of the former state laboratory Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical in the University of Lisbon, holds an important collection of bird skins from the Portuguese-speaking African Countries (Angola, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe, Guinea Bissau and Cape Verde), gathered as a result of several scientific expeditions made during the colonial period. In this paper, the subset from Mozambique is described, which was taxonomically revised and georeferenced. It contains 1585 specimens belonging to 412 taxa, collected between 1932 and 1971, but mainly in 1948 (43% of specimens) and 1955...

  9. First interspecific genetic linkage map for Castanea sativa x Castanea crenata revealed QTLs for resistance to Phytophthora cinnamomi

    Santos, Carmen; Nelson, Charles Dana; Zhebentyayeva, Tetyana; Machado, Helena; Gomes-Laranjo, José; Costa, Rita Lourenço
    Research Article

  10. The role of morphodynamic disturbance and groundwater hydrology as driving factors of riparian landscape patterns in mediterranean rivers

    Rivaes, Rui; Pinheiro, António N.; Egger, Gregory; Ferreira, Teresa
    Original Research

  11. Theoretical ecology. A unified approach

    Barreto, Luís Soares
    N/A

  12. Forage-SAFE: a tool to assess the management and economics of wood pasture systems

    García de Jalón, S.P.J.; Graves, A.; Moreno, G.; Palma, J.H.N.; Crous-Duran, J.; Oliveira, T.; Burgess, P.J.
    The Forage-SAFE model has been developed to better understand the impact of trees on the profitability of wood pastures. It assesses the daily balance between the demand for and production of forage to estimate an annual farm net margin. The model allows the modification of selected biophysical and financial parameters related to the tree, pasture and livestock components (such as tree cover density, carrying capacity and livestock species) which can be optimised to maximise net farm income. A case study in a dehesa wood pasture in South-western Spain was used to show the applicability of the model. The case study results showed that net margin was maximised at around 27% tree cover...

  13. Proposta de roteiro de árvores notáveis do concelho de Oeiras

    Ferreira, Bruno José Rodrigues
    Mestrado em Engenharia Florestal e dos Recursos Naturais - Instituto Superior de Agronomia / UL

  14. How depletion in mineral major elements affects grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) primary cell wall

    Goulão, Luís F.; Fernandes, João C.; Amâncio, Sara
    The noteworthy fine remodeling that plant cell walls (CWs) undergo to adapt to developmental, physiological and environmental cues and the observation that its composition and dynamics differ between species represents an opportunity to couple crop species agronomic studies with research on CW modifications. Vitis vinifera is one of the most important crops from an economic point-of-view due to the high value of the fruit, predominantly for winemaking. The availability of some information related to this species’ CWs allows researching its responses to imposed conditions that affect the plant’s development. Mineral deficiency, in particular nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and sulfur, strongly affects plant metabolism, reducing both growth and crop yield. Despite...

  15. EDCs mixtures: a stealthy hazard for human health ?

    Ribeiro, Edna; Ladeira, Carina; Viegas, Susana
    Review

  16. Occupational exposure to bisphenol A (BPA): a reality that still needs to be unveiled

    Ribeiro, Edna; Ladeira, Carina; Viegas, Susana
    Review

  17. Cashew as a high agricultural commodity in West Africa: insights towards sustainable production in Guinea-Bissau

    Monteiro, Filipa; Catarino, Luís; Batista, Dora; Indjai, Bucar; Duarte, Maria Cristina; Romeiras, Maria M.
    Case Report

  18. An operational approach to high resolution agro-ecological zoning in West-Africa

    Le Page, Y.; Vasconcelos, Maria; Palminha, A.; Melo, I.Q.; Pereira, J.M.C.
    Research Article

  19. Can heat waves change the trophic role of the world's most invasive crayfish ? Diet shifts in Procambarus clarkii

    Carreira, Bruno M.; Segurado, Pedro; Laurila, Anssi; Rebelo, Rui
    Research Article

  20. The orthoptera of Castro Verde special protection area (Southern Portugal): new data and conservation value

    Pina, Sílvia; Vasconcelos, Sasha; Reino, Luís; Santana, Joana; Beja, Pedro; Sánchez-Olivier, Juan S.; Catry, Inês; Moreira, Francisco; Ferreira, Sónia
    With the increasing awareness of the need for Orthoptera conservation, greater efforts must be gathered to implement specific monitoring schemes. Despite recent surveys, little is known about Portuguese Orthoptera populations. This study was performed in 2014 and 2015 mainly in Castro Verde Special Protection Area (SPA), southern Portugal, and is the first Orthoptera inventory conducted in the area. A total of 35 Orthoptera species was recorded, with two new species reported for Portugal. We provide species’ habitat occurrences within the protected area and use information on the conservation status and the Iberian distribution of each documented species to discuss the importance of Castro Verde SPA for...

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