Ricardo Cruz de Carvalho
Ricardo Cruz de Carvalho
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
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Microbial extracellular polymeric substances improve water retention in dryland biological soil crusts
A Adessi, RC de Carvalho, R De Philippis, C Branquinho, JM da Silva
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 116, 67-69, 2018
Ecological impacts of atmospheric pollution and interactions with climate change in terrestrial ecosystems of the Mediterranean Basin: Current research and future directions
R Ochoa-Hueso, S Munzi, R Alonso, M Arróniz-Crespo, A Avila, ...
Environmental pollution 227, 194-206, 2017
Physiological consequences of desiccation in the aquatic bryophyte Fontinalis antipyretica
R Cruz de Carvalho, C Branquinho, J Marques da Silva
Planta 234, 195-205, 2011
Differential proteomics of dehydration and rehydration in bryophytes: evidence towards a common desiccation tolerance mechanism
BC Cruz de Carvalho R, Silva AB, Soares R, Almeida AM
Plant, Cell & Environment, 2014
The impact of dehydration rate on the production and cellular location of reactive oxygen species in an aquatic moss
R Cruz de Carvalho, M Catalá, J Marques da Silva, C Branquinho, ...
Annals of Botany 110 (5), 1007-1016, 2012
Wet season hydrological performance of green roofs using native species under Mediterranean climate
C Brandão, M do Rosário Cameira, F Valente, RC de Carvalho, TA Paço
Ecological Engineering 102, 596-611, 2017
Photosynthesis by six Portuguese maize cultivars during drought stress and recovery
R Cruz de Carvalho, A Cunha, J Marques da Silva
Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 33, 359-374, 2011
Fluoxetine Arrests Growth of the Model Diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum by Increasing Oxidative Stress and Altering Energetic and Lipid Metabolism
E Feijão, R Cruz de Carvalho, IA Duarte, AR Matos, MT Cabrita, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 1803, 2020
Dehydration rate determines the degree of membrane damage and desiccation tolerance in bryophytes
R Cruz de Carvalho, M Catalá, C Branquinho, J Marques da Silva, ...
Physiologia Plantarum 159 (3), 277-289, 2017
Influence of dehydration rate on cell sucrose and water relations parameters in an inducible desiccation tolerant aquatic bryophyte
RC de Carvalho, AB da Silva, C Branquinho, JM da Silva
Environmental and experimental botany 120, 18-22, 2015
Halophyte bio-optical phenotyping: A multivariate photochemical pressure index (Multi-PPI) to classify salt marsh anthropogenic pressures levels
RC de Carvalho, E Feijão, E Kletschkus, JC Marques, P Reis-Santos, ...
Ecological Indicators 119, 106816, 2020
Comfortably numb: Ecotoxicity of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen on Phaeodactylum tricornutum
M Silva, E Feijão, R Cruz de Carvalho, I Duarte, AR Matos, MT Cabrita, ...
Marine Environmental Research 161, 105109, 2020
Glyphosate-based herbicide toxicophenomics in marine diatoms: Impacts on primary production and physiological fitness
R Cruz de Carvalho, E Feijão, AR Matos, MT Cabrita, SC Novais, ...
Applied Sciences 10 (21), 7391, 2020
Green roof design techniques to improve water use under Mediterranean conditions
TA Paço, R Cruz de Carvalho, P Arsénio, D Martins
Urban science 3 (1), 14, 2019
Effects of Propranolol on Growth, Lipids and Energy Metabolism and Oxidative Stress Response of Phaeodactylum tricornutum
B Duarte, E Feijão, R Cruz de Carvalho, IA Duarte, M Silva, AR Matos, ...
Biology 9 (12), 478, 2020
Selecting potential moss species for green roofs in the Mediterranean Basin
R Cruz de Carvalho, Z Varela, TA do Paço, C Branquinho
Urban Science 3 (2), 57, 2019
All for one: The role of colony morphology in bryophyte desiccation tolerance
R Cruz de Carvalho, A Maurício, MF Pereira, J Marques da Silva, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 1360, 2019
Are biocrusts and xerophytic vegetation a viable green roof typology in a Mediterranean climate? A comparison between differently vegetated green roofs in water runoff and …
B Rocha, TA Paço, AC Luz, P Palha, S Milliken, B Kotzen, C Branquinho, ...
Water 13 (1), 94, 2021
Production of moss‐dominated biocrusts to enhance the stability and function of the margins of artificial water bodies
R Cruz de Carvalho, P dos Santos, C Branquinho
Restoration Ecology 26 (3), 419-421, 2018
Biodiversity as support for ecosystem services and human wellbeing
P Pinho, M Moretti, AC Luz, F Grilo, J Vieira, L Luís, LM Rosalino, ...
The urban forest: cultivating green infrastructure for people and the …, 2017
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