Rui S. Oliveira

Researcher
Centre for Functional Ecology - Department of Life Sciences
University of Coimbra
E-mail: rsoliveira@uc.pt

Fields of interest:

Plant-microbe interactions

Sustainable Agriculture/Forestry

Recent publications:

Y. Ma, M. Rajkumar, I. Rocha, R.S. Oliveira, H. Freitas. 2015. SERPENTINE BACTERIA INFLUENCE METAL TRANSLOCATION AND BIOCONCENTRATION OF BRASSICA JUNCEA AND RICINUS COMMUNIS GROWN IN MULTI-METAL POLLUTED SOILS. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5: 757.

N.R. Sousa, A.R. Franco, R.S. Oliveira, P.M.L. Castro. 2014. RECLAMATION OF AN ABANDONED BURNED FOREST USING ECTOMYCORRHIZAL INOCULATED QUERCUS RUBRA. Forest Ecology and Management 320: 50-55.

I. Rocha, E. Pinto, I.M.P.L.V.O. Ferreira, M.V. da Silva, R.S. Oliveira. 2014. INFLUENCE OF MIXTURES OF ACENAPHTHYLENE AND BENZO[A]ANTHRACENE ON THEIR DEGRADATION BY PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS IN SANDY SOIL. Journal of Soils and Sediments 14: 829-834.

N.R. Sousa, A.R. Franco, M.A. Ramos, R.S. Oliveira, P.M.L. Castro. 2012. MYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS AFFECTED BY DIFFERENT GENOTYPES OF PINUS PINASTER. Plant and Soil 359: 245-253.

R.S. Oliveira, A.R. Franco, P.M.L. Castro. 2012. COMBINED USE OF PINUS PINASTER PLUS AND INOCULATION WITH SELECTED ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI AS AN ECOTECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE PLANT PERFORMANCE. Ecological Engineering 43: 95-103.

N.R. Sousa, A.R. Franco, M.A. Ramos, R.S. Oliveira, P.M.L. Castro. 2011. REFORESTATION OF BURNED STANDS: THE EFFECT OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ON PINUS PINASTER ESTABLISHMENT. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43: 2115-2120.

R.S. Oliveira, L.R. Boyer, M.F. Carvalho, P. Jeffries, M. Vosátka, P.M.L. Castro, J.C. Dodd. 2010. GENETIC, PHENOTYPIC AND FUNCTIONAL VARIATION WITHIN A GLOMUS GEOSPORUM ISOLATE CULTIVATED WITH OR WITHOUT THE STRESS OF A HIGHLY ALKALINE ANTHROPOGENIC SEDIMENT. Applied Soil Ecology 45: 39-48.

A.P.G.C. Marques, R.S. Oliveira, A.O.S.S. Rangel, P.M.L. Castro. 2008. APPLICATION OF MANURE AND COMPOST TO CONTAMINATED SOILS AND ITS EFFECT ON ZINC ACCUMULATION BY SOLANUM NIGRUM INOCULATED WITH ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI. Environmental Pollution 151: 608-620.

R.S. Oliveira, P.M.L. Castro, J.C. Dodd, M. Vosátka. 2006. DIFFERENT NATIVE ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI INFLUENCE THE COEXISTENCE OF TWO PLANT SPECIES IN A HIGHLY ALKALINE ANTHROPOGENIC SEDIMENT. Plant and Soil 287: 209-221.

R.S. Oliveira, P.M.L. Castro, J.C. Dodd, M. Vosátka. 2005. SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF GLOMUS INTRARADICES AND FRANKIA SP. ON THE GROWTH AND STRESS RECOVERY OF ALNUS GLUTINOSA IN AN ALKALINE ANTHROPOGENIC SEDIMENT. Chemosphere 60: 1462-1470.