Maria José Caramujo
Maria José Caramujo
Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Change (cE3c), Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
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TitleCited byYear
Fatty acid profiles of algae mark the development and composition of harpacticoid copepods
MJ CARAMUJO, HTS Boschker, WIM Admiraal
Freshwater Biology 53 (1), 77-90, 2008
892008
Bioconversion of fatty acids at the basis of marine food webs: insights from a compound-specific stable isotope analysis
M De Troch, P Boeckx, C Cnudde, D Van Gansbeke, A Vanreusel, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 465, 53-67, 2012
812012
Characteristics of the reproductive cycles and development times of Copidodiaptomus numidicus (Copepoda: Calanoida) and Acanthocyclops robustus (Copepoda: Cyclopoida).
MJ Caramujo, MJ Boavida
Journal of plankton research 21 (9), 1999
381999
Dietary carotenoids regulate astaxanthin content of copepods and modulate their susceptibility to UV light and copper toxicity
MJ Caramujo, CCCR De Carvalho, SJ Silva, KR Carman
Marine drugs 10 (5), 998-1018, 2012
352012
The crustacean communities of river Tagus reservoirs: Zooplankton structure as reservoir trophic state indicator
M Caramujo, M Boavida
Limnetica, 2000
342000
Fatty acids as a tool to understand microbial diversity and their role in food webs of Mediterranean temporary ponds
CCCR De Carvalho, MJ Caramujo
Molecules 19 (5), 5570-5598, 2014
332014
Biological diversity of copepods and cladocerans in Mediterranean temporary ponds under periods of contrasting rainfall
MJ Caramujo, MJ Boavida
Journal of limnology 69 (1), 64-75, 2010
322010
Influence of drought on algal biofilms and meiofaunal assemblages of temperate reservoirs and rivers
MJ Caramujo, CRB Mendes, P Cartaxana, V Brotas, MJ Boavida
Hydrobiologia 598 (1), 77-94, 2008
302008
Induction and costs of tail spine elongation in Daphnia hyalina×galeata: reduction of susceptibility to copepod predation
MJÉ Caramujo, MJÉ Boavida
Freshwater Biology 45 (4), 413-423, 2000
252000
Lipids of prokaryotic origin at the base of marine food webs
CCCR De Carvalho, MJ Caramujo
Marine drugs 10 (12), 2698-2714, 2012
232012
Carotenoids in aquatic ecosystems and aquaculture: a colorful business with implications for human health
CCCR De Carvalho, MJ Caramujo
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 93, 2017
202017
Assessment of the importance of fish predation versus copepod predation on life history traits of Daphnia hyalina
MJ Caramujo, MC Crispim, MJ Boavida
Cladocera: the Biology of Model Organisms, 243-252, 1997
201997
Bacterial diversity assessed by cultivation-based techniques shows predominance of Staphylococccus species on coins collected in Lisbon and Casablanca
CCCR de Carvalho, MJ Caramujo
FEMS microbiology ecology 88 (1), 26-37, 2014
152014
Ancient procedures for the high-tech World: health benefits and antimicrobial compounds from the Mediterranean Empires
CCCR de Carvalho, MJ Caramujo
The Open Biotechnology Journal 2 (1), 2008
152008
The various roles of fatty acids
CCCR De Carvalho, MJ Caramujo
Molecules 23 (10), 2583, 2018
142018
Key players in choline metabolic reprograming in triple-negative breast cancer
E Iorio, MJ Caramujo, S Cecchetti, F Spadaro, G Carpinelli, R Canese, ...
Frontiers in oncology 6, 205, 2016
142016
Acanthocyclops robustus external morphology: How many morphs?
MJ Caramujo, MJ Boavida
Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie …, 1998
111998
Trophic interactions between benthic copepods and algal assemblages: a laboratory study
MJ Caramujo, E Van der Grinten, W Admiraal
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24 (4), 890-903, 2005
102005
Dynamics of Daphnia hyalina× galeata in Castelo-do-Bode Reservoir: The effect of food availability and flatworm predation
MJ Caramujo, MJ Boavida
Aquatic Ecology 34 (2), 155-163, 2000
92000
The seasonal dynamics of Copidodiaptomus numidicus (Gurney, 1909) and Thermocyclops dybowskii (Lande, 1890) in Castelo-do-Bode Reservoir
MJ Caramujo, MJ Boavida
Aquatic Ecology 34 (2), 143-153, 2000
92000
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