Ermelinda Isabel Martins da Silva Scholarship Researcher
Name: Ermelinda Isabel Martins da Silva
Aggregation: Scholarship Researcher
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Orcid ID: 0000-0002-3599-6712
A controlled-release fertilizer improved soil fertility but not olive tree performance.
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Inoculation Reduced the Growth of Pre-Rooted Olive Cuttings in a Greenhouse
Grey and Black Anti-Hail Nets Ameliorated Apple (Malus domestica Borkh. cv. Golden Delicious) Physiology under Mediterranean Climate.
Kaolin foliar spray improves olive tree performance and yield under sustained deficit irrigation.
Mycorrhizal Fungi were More E ective than Zeolites in Increasing the Growth of Non-Irrigated Young Olive Trees.
Olive tree physiology and chemical composition of fruits aremodulated by different deficit irrigation strategies.
Combined biochar and organic waste have little effect on chemical soil properties and plant growth.
Kaolin and salicylic acid alleviate summer stress in rainfed olive orchards by modulation of distinct physiological and biochemical responses.
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.
INTERACT - Integrative Research in Environment, Agro-Chains and Technology
Coordinator / Rui Cortes
Start date / 2016/05 Funding / NORTE2020 Reference / NORTE-01-0145-FEDER-000017
Coordinator / Fernando Hermínio Ferreira Milheiro Nunes
UTAD/CITAB Coordinator / Eunice Bacelar
Start date / 2012/06 Funding / Sistema de Incentivos à Investigação e Desenvolvimento Tecnológico do QREN Reference / SambucusFRESH n.º 23109