109 Works

CemRestore - Argamassas para a conservação de edifícios do início do séc. XX. Compatibilidade e sustentabilidade

Cristiano Figueiredo, Clara Vale, Manuel Vieira, António Santos Silva, Rosário Veiga, Alice Tavares & Ana Velosa

Multimédia, Novos Média e Média Digitais

Nelson Zagalo

Proceedings of 1st International Conference in Accounting and Finance Innovation

Maria Anunciação Bastos (Ed.), Rui Pedro Marques (Ed.), Cristina Peguinho (Ed.) & Sandra Caçador (Ed.)

The tolerance travelling poster show

Álvaro Sousa & Teresa Franqueira

Projeto em Design de Produto para novos paradigmas

Eduardo Noronha, Emanuel Oliveira & Pedro Martins

Aprendizagens profissionais de atores educativos

Ana Isabel Andrade, Carlota Fernandes Tomaz, Betina Silva-Lopes, Nilza Costa & Carla Ferreira

Inventario de parasitos e enfermidades do berberecho Cerastoderma edule

Xavier de Montaudouin, Simão Correia, Rosa Freitas & Luísa Magalhães

Data from: Coral feeding on microalgae assessed with molecular trophic markers

Miguel C. Leal, Christine Ferrier-Pagès, Ricardo Calado, Megan E. Thompson, Marc E. Frischer & Jens C. Nejstgaard
Herbivory in corals, especially for symbiotic species, remains controversial. To investigate the capacity of scleractinian and soft corals to capture microalgae, we conducted controlled laboratory experiments offering five algal species: the cryptophyte Rhodomonas marina, the haptophytes Isochrysis galbana and Phaeocystis globosa, and the diatoms Conticribra weissflogii and Thalassiosira pseudonana. Coral species included the symbiotic soft corals Heteroxenia fuscescens and Sinularia flexibilis, the asymbiotic scleractinian coral Tubastrea coccinea, and the symbiotic scleractinian corals Stylophora pistillata, Pavona...

Data from: Shorebirds as important vectors for plant dispersal in Europe

Ádám Lovas-Kiss, Marta I. Sanchez, David M. Wilkinson, Neil E. Coughlan, Jose A. Alves & Andy J. Green
Shorebirds (Charadriiformes) undergo rapid migrations with potential for long-distance dispersal (LDD) of plants. We studied the frequency of endozoochory by shorebirds in different parts of Europe covering a broad latitudinal range and different seasons. We assessed whether plants dispersed conformed to morphological dispersal syndromes. A total of 409 excreta samples (271 faeces and 138 pellets) were collected from redshank (Tringa totanus), black-winged stilt (Himantopus himantopus), pied avocet (Recurvirostra avosetta), northern lapwing (Vanellus vanellus), Eurasian curlew...

Data from: Bats (Chiroptera: Noctilionoidea) challenge a recent origin of extant neotropical diversity

Danny Rojas, Omar M. Warsi & Liliana M. Dávalos
The mechanisms underlying the high extant biodiversity in the Neotropics have been controversial since the 19th century. Support for the influence of period-specific changes on diversification often rests on detecting more speciation events during a particular period. The timing of speciation events may reflect the influence of incomplete taxon sampling, protracted speciation, and null processes of lineage accumulation. Here we assess the influence of these factors on the timing of speciation with new multilocus data...

Data from: A full annual perspective on sex-biased migration timing in long-distance migratory birds

Martins Briedis, Silke Bauer, Peter Adamik, José A. Alves, Joana S. Costa, Tamara Emmenegger, Lars Gustafsson, Jaroslav Koleček, Felix Liechti, Christoph M. Meier, Petr Prochazka & Steffen Hahn
In many taxa, the most common form of sex-biased migration timing is protandry – the earlier arrival of males at breeding areas. Here we test this concept across the annual cycle of long-distance migratory birds. Using more than 350 migration tracks of small-bodied trans-Saharan migrants, we quantify differences in male and female migration schedules and test for proximate determinants of sex-specific timing. In spring, males on average departed from the African non-breeding sites about 3...

Data from: Starting a DNA barcode reference library for shallow water polychaetes from the southern European Atlantic coast

Jorge Lobo, Marcos A. L. Teixeira, Luisa M. S. Borges, Maria S. G. Ferreira, Claudia Hollatz, Pedro T. Gomes, Ronaldo Sousa, Ascensão Ravara, Maria H. Costa & Filipe O. Costa
Annelid polychaetes have been seldom the focus of dedicated DNA barcoding studies, despite their ecological relevance and often dominance, particularly in soft-bottom estuarine and coastal marine ecosystems. Here, we report the first assessment of the performance of DNA barcodes in the discrimination of shallow water polychaete species from the southern European Atlantic coast, focusing on specimens collected in estuaries and coastal ecosystems of Portugal. We analysed cytochrome oxidase I DNA barcodes (COI-5P) from 164 specimens,...

Stakeholders engagement as an important step for the long-term monitoring of wild ungulate populations

João Carvalho, Pedro Leite, Ana Valente, Carlos Fonseca & Rita Tinoco Torres
Monitoring trends in animal populations is essential for the development of appropriate wildlife management strategies. However, long-term studies are difficult to maintain mainly due to the lack of continuous funding. In this scenario, the collaboration between local stakeholders and researchers can be a fruitful partnership to monitor game species for long periods and vast territories. We present an experimental framework with the involvement of researchers, local hunters, and game managers for the continuous monitoring of...

Linking range wide energetic trade-offs to breeding performance in a long-distance migrant

Camilo Carneiro, Tómas Gunnarsson, Veronica Méndez, Amadeu Soares & Jose Alves
Understanding how individual trade-offs and carry-over effects along the annual cycle influence fitness is fundamental to unravel population dynamics, but such data is particularly challenging to collect in long-distance migrants. Here, with a full annual cycle perspective of Icelandic whimbrels Numenius phaeopus islandicus, we investigate trade-offs across the entire distribution, assessing migration costs and wintering energetic balance experienced throughout the wintering range (from temperate to tropical regions), and link these to breeding parameters for two...

Data from: Low fitness at low latitudes: wintering in the tropics increases migratory delays and mortality rates in an Arctic breeding shorebird

Jeroen Reneerkens, Tom S.L. Versluijs, Theunis Piersma, Jose Alves, Mark Boorman, Colin Corse, Olivier Gilg, Gunnar Hallgrimsson, Johannes Lang, Bob Loos, Yaa Ntiamoa-Baidu, Alfred Nuoh, Peter Potts, Job Ten Horn & Tamar Lok
1. Evolutionary theories of seasonal migration generally assume that the costs of longer migrations are balanced by benefits at the non-breeding destinations. 2. We tested, and rejected, the null hypothesis of equal survival and timing of spring migration for High Arctic breeding sanderling Calidris alba using six and eight winter destinations between 55° N and 25° S, respectively. 3. Annual apparent survival was considerably lower for adult birds wintering in tropical West-Africa (Mauritania: 0.74 and...

Matemática com vida: diferentes olhares sobre a tecnologia

Vanda Santos, Isabel Cabrita, Teresa B. Neto, Margarida Pinheiro & J. Bernardino Lopes

Transformação digital: Competências Técnicas para o Futuro Mercado de Trabalho

Marlene Amorim, Marta Ferreira Dias, Margarida Lucas, Mara Madaleno, Raquel Castro Madureira, Patrícia Marques, Paulo Marques, Gisela Mello, Miguel Oliveira, Bruno Vilhena Pires, Mário Rodrigues, Roberto Rivera, Angélica Souza & Andreia Vitória

Research Summit 2021- Book of Abstracts

Artur Silva & António Teixeira

4th International Conference on Nanomaterials Science and Mechanical Engineering - Book of Abstracts

Igor Bdikin, Gil Alberto Batista Gonçalves & Raul Simões

miOne World - 1st International Conference on Online Social Environments for Active Ageing

Sónia Ferreira, Liliana Costa, Tânia Ribeiro, Cláudia Ortet & Francisco Regalado

SIKE - Effecting change

Gonçalo Gomes

Mitochondrial genome sequencing of marine leukemias reveals cancer contagion between clam species in the Seas of Southern Europe

Daniel Garcia-Souto, Seila Diaz-Costas, Alicia L Bruzos, Sara Rocha, Camila F Roman-Lewis, Juana Alonso, Rosana Rodriguez, Rodríguez-Castro Jorge, Antonio Villanueva, Luis Silva, Jose Maria Valencia, Giovanni Annona, Andrea Tarallo, Fernando Ricardo, Ana Bratos-Cetinic, David Posada, Juan Jose Pasantes & Jose MC Tubio
Clonally transmissible cancers are tumour lineages that are transmitted between individuals via the transfer of living cancer cells. In marine bivalves, leukemia-like transmissible cancers, called hemic neoplasias, have demonstrated the ability to infect individuals from different species. We performed whole-genome sequencing in eight V. verrucosa clams that were diagnosed with hemic neoplasia, from two sampling points located more than 1,000 nautical miles away in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea Coasts of Spain. Mitochondrial...

Matemática com vida

Isabel Cabrita, Vanda Santos, Teresa Neto & J. Bernardino Lopes

Market Opportunities for Octopus in the Atlantic Area

Katina Roumbedakis, Cristina Pita & Graham J. Pierce

Investigação em Educação e Responsabilidade Social

Maria Helena Araújo e Sá (coord.)

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