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2016.08.03

The metapopulation paradigm is central in ecology and conservation biology to understand the dynamics of spatially-structured populations in fragmented landscapes.

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

In the current work we modeled the relationship between global atmospheric indices, seasonal sea surface temperature and coastal upwelling on the recruitment of the...

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

Commercial interest on sea cucumber species from the NE Atlantic and the Mediterranean is increasing.

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

A trial was carried out with gilthead seabream juveniles, aiming to investigate the ability of an enhanced dietary formulation (diet Winter Feed, WF, containing a...

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

Understanding how intra-specific differences in plant traits mediate vulnerability to herbivores of relevant habitat-forming plants is vital to attain a better...

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

Food limitation is a common challenge for animals.

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

Ostreid herpesvirus 1 (OsHV-1) infections have been reported in several bivalve species.

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

To better understand sources and transport of particulate material in the NW Iberian coastal upwelling system, a mooring line dotted with an automated PPS 4/3...

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

Biochemical components obtained by microalgal biomass can be induced by specific wavelengths and processed to high value food/feed supplements or pharma- and...

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.08.03

Prezygotic isolating mechanisms act to limit hybridization and maintain the genetic identity of closely-related species.

Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve

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