17 Works

À descoberta da Ria Formosa

Jaime Aníbal, Ana Gomes, Isabel Mendes & Delminda Moura

Investigação em Educação Social – prática e reflexão

LA CONTRIBUCIÓN DE LA HISTORIA DEL ARTE EN LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DEL ESPACIO FÍLMICO

María Julia Godoy & Mirian Estela Nogueira Tavares
Artigo de Rotura - Revista de Comunicação, Cultura e Artes ISSN: 2184-8661 n. 1 (2021): Filme e Videojogo

Um manual de e para pessoas com osteoartrose

Sandra Pais, Rui Lourenço, Filipe Nave & Ana Gradil

Fundamentos de Acústica Submarina

Orlando Rodríguez

Atividade física e envelhecimento: guia para uma prática segura e regular em casa

Sandra Pais, Pedro Guerreiro, Joana Santos, Carla Guerreiro & Marta Botelho

“LIVE CINEMA” AND THE CHALLENGES IN CREATING NARRATIVES FOR “REAL TIME” PERFORMANCES — A SOLUTION BASED ON THE \"STRUCTURE OF THE THREE ACTS\"

Ana de Jesus Caeiro Perfeito & Bruno Mendes da Silva
Artigo de Rotura - Revista de Comunicação, Cultura e Artes ISSN: 2184-8661 n. 1 (2021): Filme e Videojogo

Intraspecific genetic variation matters when predicting seagrass distribution under climate change

Zi-Min Hu, Quan-Sheng Zhang, Jie Zhang, Kass Jamie, Mammola Stefano, Fresia Pablo, Draisma Stefano, Assis Jorge, Jueterbock Alexander, Yokota Masashi & Zhixin Zhang
Seagrasses play a vital role in structuring coastal marine ecosystems, but their distributional range and genetic diversity have declined rapidly over the past decades. In order to improve conservation of seagrass species, it is important to predict how climate change may impact their ranges. Such predictions are typically made with correlative species distribution models (SDMs), which can estimate a species’ potential distribution under present and future climatic scenarios given species’ presence data and climatic predictor...

Data for: Direct evidence for increased disease resistance in polyandrous broods exists only in eusocial

Deanna Soper, Alice Ekroth & M Joao Martins
Background The ‘genetic diversity’ hypothesis posits that polyandry evolved as a mechanism to increase genetic diversity within broods. One extension of this hypothesis is the ‘genetic diversity for disease resistance’ hypothesis (GDDRH). Originally designed for eusocial Hymenoptera, GDDRH states that polyandry will evolve as an effect of lower parasite prevalence in genetically variable broods. However, this hypothesis has been broadly applied to several other taxa. It is unclear how much empirical evidence supports GDDRH specifically,...

Ecossistemas de corais em águas continentais profundas portuguesas

Frederico Oliveira, Márcio Coelho, Ester Serrao & Jorge Manuel Santos Gonçalves

Data from: Weather and topography regulate the benefit of a conditionally helpful parasite

Jonathan Monsinjon, Christopher McQuaid, Katy Nicastro, Laurent Seuront, Mauricio Oróstica & Gerardo Zardi
Heat-induced mass mortalities involving ecosystem engineers may have long-lasting detrimental effects at the community level, eliminating the ecosystem services they provide. Intertidal mussels are ecologically and economically valuable with some populations facing unprecedented heat-induced mass mortalities. Critically, mussels are also frequently infested by endolithic parasites that modify shell albedo, hence reducing overheating and mortality rates under heat stress. Using a biophysical model, we explored the topographical and meteorological conditions under which endolithically-driven thermal buffering becomes...

Paleodictyon maximum: forma típica da Icnofácies de Nereites em ambiente de rampa carbonatada do Jurássico Médio da Praia da Mareta (Bacia do Algarve, Portugal)

Carlos Carvalho, Paulo Fernandes, José Oliveira & José Anacleto

ADVANCES IN COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY

Pedro M. Guerreiro & João C. Cardoso

Guia para prevenção do risco de queda. Previna uma queda antes que ela aconteça!

Sandra Pais, Marta Botelho, Pedro Guerreiro & Carla Guerreiro

A Visible–Near‐Infrared Light‐Responsive Host–Guest Pair with Nanomolar Affinity in Water

Pedro Ferreira, Barbara Ventura, Andrea Barbieri, José P. Da Silva, César A. T. Laia, A. Jorge Parola & Nuno Basílio
Abstract The discovery of stimuli-responsive high affinity host–guest pairs with potential applications under biologically relevant conditions is a challenging goal. This work reports a high-affini...

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