Sandra Cristina Pinto Martins Scholarship Researcher

BIO

Name: Sandra Cristina Pinto Martins

Aggregation: Scholarship Researcher

Science ID:

Orcid ID: 0000-0002-7519-4001

Email: scpintomartins@gmail.com

Publications

A controlled-release fertilizer improved soil fertility but not olive tree performance.
Silva, E., Arrobas, M., Gonçalves, A. ; Martins, S. ; Raimundo, S. ; Pinto, L. ; Brito, C. ; Moutinho_Pereira, J. ; Correia, C.M. ; Rodrigues, M.A. (2021) A controlled-release fertilizer improved soil fertility but not olive tree performance. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems (120) :1-15. doi: 10.1007/s10705-021-10134-9. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.270, Q2).

Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Inoculation Reduced the Growth of Pre-Rooted Olive Cuttings in a Greenhouse
Lopes, J.I. ; Correia, C.M. ; Gonçalves, A. ; Silva, E. ; Martins, S. ; Arrobas, M. ; Rodrigues, M.A. (2021) Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Inoculation Reduced the Growth of Pre-Rooted Olive Cuttings in a Greenhouse Soil Systems 5 (30). doi: 10.3390/soilsystems5020030. (Impact factor, Quartile: , Q3).

Grey and Black Anti-Hail Nets Ameliorated Apple (Malus domestica Borkh. cv. Golden Delicious) Physiology under Mediterranean Climate.
Brito, C. ; Rodrigues, M.A. ; Pinto, L. ; Gonçalves, A. ; Silva, E. ; Martins, S. ; Rocha, L. ; Pavia, I. ; Arrobas, M. ; Ribeiro, A.C. ; Moutinho-Pereira, J.M. ; Correia, C.M. (2021) Grey and Black Anti-Hail Nets Ameliorated Apple (Malus domestica Borkh. cv. Golden Delicious) Physiology under Mediterranean Climate. Plants 10 (2578). doi: 10.3390/plants10122578. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.935, Q1).

Inorganic Fertilization at High N Rate Increased Olive Yield of a Rainfed Orchard but Reduced Soil Organic Matter in Comparison to Three Organic Amendments.
Lopes, J.I ; Gonçalves, A. ; Brito, C. ; Martins, S. ; Pinto, L. ; Moutinho‐Pereira, J. ; Raimundo, S. ; Arrobas, M. ; Rodrigues, M.A. ; Correia, C.M. (2021) Inorganic Fertilization at High N Rate Increased Olive Yield of a Rainfed Orchard but Reduced Soil Organic Matter in Comparison to Three Organic Amendments. Agronomy 11 (2172). doi: 10.3390/agronomy11112172. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.417, Q1).

Kaolin foliar spray improves olive tree performance and yield under sustained deficit irrigation.
Brito, C. ; Gonçalves, A. ; Silva, E. ; Martins, S. ; Pinto, L. ; Rocha, L. ; Arrobas, M. ; Rodrigues, M.A. ; Moutinho-Pereira, J. ; Correia, C.M. (2021) Kaolin foliar spray improves olive tree performance and yield under sustained deficit irrigation. Scientia Horticulturae 277 (109795). doi: 10.1016/j.scienta.2020.109795. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.463, Q1).

Mycorrhizal Fungi were More E ective than Zeolites in Increasing the Growth of Non-Irrigated Young Olive Trees.
Lopes, João I.; Arrobas, Margarida; Brito, Cátia; Gonçalves, Alexandre; Silva, Ermelinda; Martins, Sandra; Raimundo, Soraia; Rodrigues, Manuel A.; Correia, Carlos M. (2020) Mycorrhizal Fungi were More E ective than Zeolites in Increasing the Growth of Non-Irrigated Young Olive Trees. SUSTAINABILITY 12 :10630. doi: 10.3390/su122410630. (Impact factor, Quartile: 2.576, Q3).

Olive tree physiology and chemical composition of fruits aremodulated by different deficit irrigation strategies.
Gonçalves, Alexandre; Silva, Ermelinda; Brito, Cátia; Martins, Sandra; Pinto, Luís; Dinis; Lia-Tânia; Luzio, Ana; Martins-Gomes, Carlos; Fernandes-Silva, Anabela; Ribeiro, Carlos; Rodrigues, M. Ângelo; Moutinho-Pereira, José; Nunes, Fernando M.; Correia, Carlos, M. (2020) Olive tree physiology and chemical composition of fruits aremodulated by different deficit irrigation strategies. JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 100 :682-694. doi: 10.1002/jsfa.10064. (Impact factor, Quartile: 2.614, Q1).

Combined biochar and organic waste have little effect on chemical soil properties and plant growth.
Rodrigues, Manuel A.; Garmus, T.; Arrobas, M.; Gonçalves, Alexandre; Silva, Ermelinda; Rocha, Luís; Pinto, L.; Brito, Cátia; Martins, Sandra; Vargas, T.; Correia, C.M. (2019) Combined biochar and organic waste have little effect on chemical soil properties and plant growth. SPANISH JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE 9 (3) :199-211. doi: 10.3232/SJSS.2019.V9.N3.04. (Impact factor, Quartile: NA, Q3).

The potential use of the UV-A and UV-B to improve tomato quality and preference for consumers.
Mariz-Ponte, Nuno; Martins, Sandra; Gonçalves, Alexandre; Correia, Carlos M.; Ribeiro, Carlos; Dias, Maria C.; Santos, Conceição (2019) The potential use of the UV-A and UV-B to improve tomato quality and preference for consumers. SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE 246 :777-784. doi: 10.1016/j.scienta.2018.11.058. (Impact factor, Quartile: 1.961, Q1).