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Partnership

/ Stakeholders

The policy at the unit is to have a straight link to our stakeholders. Thus, we set a core group of stakeholders that interact more actively with research groups, giving directions for the priorities on the research activities and comment the results.

The more active stakeholders are:

Sustainable Agro-Food Chains

International

ECOCELTA (Spain)
Lundbeck (Denmark)

National

AGERE, EM
Águas do Ave, SA
Amorim Revestimentos
Líder mundial na produção e distribuição de revestimentos em cortiça e cortiça com madeira.
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Associação Agro-florestal e Ambiental da Terra Fria Transmontana - Arborea
Associação Florestal Lima
Associação para o Desenvolvimento da Viticultura Duriense - Advid
Associação Regional dos Agricultores das Terras de Montenegro - ARATM
Bioalvo
Canteiro das Aromáticas
Cooperativa Agrícola de Penela da Beira.
Delta Cafés
Douromel
Ervital
Espaço Visual
IBSAL/Vitacress
Marron-Glacé-Galiza
Medicinal and Aromatic Plants & MAP products - Mapprod Lda.
Micoplant
Natural Concepts
Noval
Palácio da Brejoeira, SA
Sortegel
Sousacamp

Ecointegrity

National

Administração da Região Hidrográfica do Norte, ARH-N
Direcção Geral das Florestal
Ecosfera
Electricidade de Portugal - EDP
Energia Verde
Instituto da Água - INAG

Biosystems Engineering

International

DURATEX (Brazil)
Empresa Geral do Fomento (Brazil)

National

Associação para o Desenvolvimento de Aerodinâmica Industrial
Dalkia Portugal (Portugal)
Dourogás (Portugal)

Latest Publications

Aires, A. (2017). Phenolics in Foods: Extraction, Analysis and Measurements. In M. P. - T. and M. del R. G. - M. Dr. Marcos Soto-Hernandez (Ed.), Phenolic Compounds – Natural Sources, Importance and Applications (pp. 61–88). InTech.
Aires, A., & Carvalho, R. (2017). Rapid separation of indole glucosinolates in roots of Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa subsp. pekinensis) by high-Performance liquid chromatography with diode array detection. International Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 7.
Aires, A., Dias, C., Carvalho, R., & Saavedra, M. J. (2017). Analysis of sakuratein and glycosylated flavonoids extracted from sweet-cherry stems, as antibacterial agents against pathogenic Escherichia coli isolates. Acta Biochim. Pol., 265–271.
Aires, A., Carvalho, R., Saavedra, M.J. (2017). Reuse potential of vegetable wastes (broccoli, green bean and tomato) for the recovery of antioxidant phenolic acids and flavonoids. Int J Food Sci Tech, 98–017.
Alice Vilela, T. P., Rosário Anjos, Fernanda Cosme. (2017). Chemical and Sensorial Characteristics of Red Fruits Imprinted by Organic Farming Production. In Agricultural Research Updates (Vol. 19).
Arteiro, A., Catalanotti, G., Xavier, J., Linded, P., & Camanho, P. P. (2017). Effect of tow thickness on the structural response of aerospace-grade spread-tow fabrics. Composite Structures, 208–223.
Barbosa S, P. J., Herman JS, Ferreira C, Pita R, Vale-Gonçalves H, Cabral JA, Garrido-García JA, Soriguer RC, Beja P, Mira A, Alves PC, Searle JB. (2017). Endemic species may have complex histories: within-refugium phylogeography of an endangered Iberian vole. MolEcol, 951–967.
Barbosa S., P. J., Herman J.S., Ferreira C.M., Pita R., Vale-Gonçalves H.M., Cabral J.A., Garrido-García J.A., Soriguer R.C., Beja P., Mira A., Alves P.C., Searle J.B. (2017). Endemic species may have complex histories: within-refugium phylogeography of an endangered Iberian vole. Mol. Ecol., 951–967.
Cajaiba, R. L., Périco, E., Dalzochio, M. S., da Silva, W. B., Bastos, R., Cabral, J. A., & Santos, M. (2017). . Does the composition of Scarabaeidae (Coleoptera) communities reflect the extent of land use changes in the Brazilian Amazon?. Ecological Indicators, 285–294.
CARVALHO, A., PAVIA, I., FERNANDES, C., PIRES J., CORREIA, C., BACELAR, E., et al. (2017). Differential physiological and genetic responses of five European Scots pine provenances to induced water stress. J. Plant Physiol., 100–109.