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Ten Most Recent Publications
Authors Publication Title Type Publish Date
Lobo J., Teixeira M. A. L., Borges L. M. S., Ferreira M. S. G., Hollatz C., Gomes P. A., Sousa R., Ravara A., Costa M. H., Costa F. O. Starting a DNA barcode reference library for shallow water polychaetes from the southern European Atlantic coast. Molecular Ecology Resources SCI Journals 2015
J. De Lapuente, J. Lourenço, S. A. Mendo, M. Borràs, M. Martins, P. M. Costa, M. Pacheco The Comet Assay and its applications in the field of ecotoxicology: a mature tool that continues to expand its perspectives. Frontiers in Genetics, 6, 180. SCI Journals 2015
M. Martins, J.M. Santos, M.S. Diniz, A. M. Ferreira, M.H. Costa, P.M. Costa Effects of carcinogenic versus non-carcinogenic AHR-active PAHs and their mixtures: lessons from ecological relevance. Environmental Research. 138: 101-111. SCI Journals 2015
M. Martins, J.M. Santos, M.S. Diniz, A.M. Ferreira, M.H. Costa and P.M. Costa Effects of carcinogenic versus non-carcinogenic AHR-active PAHs and their mixtures: lessons from ecological relevance. Environmental Research. 138, 101–111. (doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2015.02.010) SCI Journals 2015
M. Martins and P.M. Costa The Comet assay in Ecological Risk Assessment of marine pollutants: applications, assets and handicaps of surveying genotoxicity in non-model organisms. Mutagenesis 30, 89–106. doi: 10.1093/mutage/geu037 SCI Journals 2015
A.P. Rodrigo, M.H. Costa, A.P. Alves de Matos, F. Carrapiço and P.M. Costa A study on the digestive physiology of a marine polychaete (Eulalia viridis) through microanatomical changes of the digestive epithelium. Microscopy and Microanalysis 21, 91-101. (doi: 10.1017/S143192761401352X) SCI Journals 2015
J. Rose, S.B. Bricker, J.G. Ferreira Comparative analysis of modeled nitrogen removal by shellfish farms. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 91 (1), 185-190. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0025326X14008078 SCI Journals 2015
A.M. Cubillo, J.G. Ferreira, S.M.C. Robinson, C.M. Pearce, R.A. Corner, and J. Johansen Role of deposit feeders in integrated multi-trophic aquaculture - a model analysis. Aquaculture, in press. SCI Journals 2015
D. Madeira, V. Mendonça, M. Dias, P.M. Costa, V. Vinagre and M.S. Diniz Physiological, cellular and molecular thermal stress response of intertidal shrimps with different vertical distributions: Palaemon elegans and Palaemon serratus. Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Part A 183, 107–115. doi: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2014.12.03 SCI Journals 2015
J.G. Ferreira, S.B. Bricker Goods and services of extensive aquaculture: shellfish culture and nutrient trading. Aquaculture International, DOI 10.1007/s10499-015-9949-9 SCI Journals 2015
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