Ensaios com cultivares de colza de Inverno, doses de azoto e profundidades de sementeira em Trás-os-Montes.

Durante as estações de crescimento de 2007/08 e 2008/09 foram conduzidos ensaios de campo com variedades de Inverno de colza na Quinta de Sta. Apolónia em Bragança. in Revista de Ciências Agrárias XXXIII (2): 27-39. Leia o trabalho completo aqui.

Genetic variability analysis in Old Portuguese bread wheat cultivars assayed by IRAP and REMAP markers.

Inter‐retrotransposon amplified polymorphisms (IRAPs) and the retrotransposon‐microsatellite amplified polymorphisms (REMAPs) are marker systems based on long terminal repeats (LTRs) RTNs, developed for plants, that have been widely used for evolution, genetic diversity, DNA fingerprinting of cultivars and varieties, genetic mapping linkage and for detection of genetic rearrangements induced by polyploidisation. In the present study, we...

Differential rRNA genes expression in hexaploid wheat related to NOR methylation.

Ribosomal RNA genes expression was analysed in 18 Portuguese bread wheat accessions (Triticum aestivum L. em Thell.), and the number of argyrophilic-nucleolar organiser regions (Ag-NORs) per cultivar was scored. in Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 28:403-412. Leia o trabalho completo aqui.

Low-molecular-weight glutenins in durum wheat: analysis of Glu-A3 alleles using PCR markers.

The aim of the present study was to compare the durum and bread wheat alleles encoded at the Glu‐A3 locus (represented by Glu‐Ad3 and Glu‐Aa3, respectively) using PCR markers designed for bread wheat Glu‐Aa3 alleles to distinguish different durum alleles. in Plant Breeding, 129: 574–577. Leia o trabalho completo aqui.

Differential aluminium changes on nutrient accumulation and root differentiation in an Al sensitive vs. tolerant wheat. Environmental and Experimental Botany 68 91–98

Investigation of the uptake of Al and transport to shoots in one wheat line and one cultivar differing in their tolerance to Al: ‘Barbela 7/72’ (Al-tolerant) and ‘Anahuac’ (Al-sensitive). in Environmental and Experimental Botany 68 91–98 Leia o artigo completo aqui.