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  Ana Patrícia Domingues Cuco  
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  e-mail: anacuco@ua.pt  
  Category: PhD Student  
  Department: Biology  
  Research group: Ecotoxicology
 
 
  Direct URL for this page: http://www.cesam.ua.pt/anacuco  
     
  Thesis title: Host-parasite interactions in environmental stress scenarios
  Supervisor: Doutor Bruno Castro; Prof. Doutor Fernando Gonçalves; Doutor Nelson Abrantes
  Category: BO
  Grant type: BD
  Funding entity: FCT
  Grant reference: SFRH/BD/81661/2011
  Start date: 2012-05-01
  End date: 2016-04-30
Projects
VITAQUA: Climate change: an additional threat to aquatic systems under intensive pressure from agricultural diffuse pollution [see details]

Publications
  1. Cuco A.P., Abrantes N., Goncalves F., Wolinska J., Castro B.B. (2016) Toxicity of two fungicides in Daphnia: is it always temperature-dependent?. Ecotoxicology. 25, 7, 1376-1389. (see details) ISI paper
  2. Loureiro C., Cuco A.P., Claro M.T., Santos J.I., Pedrosa M.A., Goncalves F., Castro B.B. (2015) Progressive acclimation alters interaction between salinity and temperature in experimental Daphnia populations. Chemosphere. 139, 126-132. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2015.05.081
  3. Serpa D., Keizer J.J., Cassidy J., Cuco A., Silva V., Goncalves F., Cerqueira M., Abrantes N. (2014) Assessment of river water quality using an integrated physicochemical, biological and ecotoxicological approach. Environmental Science-processes & Impacts. 16, 6, 1434-1444. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://xlink.rsc.org/?doi=C3EM00488K
  4. Loureiro C., Castro B.B., Cuco A.P., Pedrosa M.A., Gonçalves F. (2013) Life-history responses of salinity-tolerant and salinity-sensitive lineages of a stenohaline cladoceran do not confirm clonal differentiation. Hydrobiologia. 702, 73-82. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10750-012-1308-5
  1. Cuco A.P., Abrantes N., Wolinska J., Gonçalves F., Castro B.B. (2015) Host-parasite interactions in contamination scenarios: exposure of two fungicides cause different outcomes in a Daphnia-Metschnikowia relationship. (see details)
  2. Cuco A.P., Abrantes N., Wolinska J., Gonçalves F., Castro B.B. (2014) Toxicity of two fungicides in two Daphnia genotypes: is it always temperature-dependent?. Xvii Congress Of The Iberian Association Of Limnology, Santander, Spain. 72 (see details)
  3. Castro B.B., Loureiro C., Cuco A.P., Claro M.T., Santos J.I., Pedrosa M.A., Gonçalves F. (2014) Interactive effects of salinity and temperature in a progressive acclimation scenario of experimental Daphnia galeata populations. Xvii Congress Of The Iberian Association Of Limnology, Santander, Spain. 14 (see details)
  4. Abrantes N., Serpa D., Keizer J.J., Cassidy J., Cuco A., Gonçalves F., Cerqueira M. (2014) Assessment of river water quality using an integrated physicochemical, biological and ecotoxicological approach. XVII Congress of the Iberian Association of Limnology, Santander, Spain. (see details)
  5. Castro B.B., Loureiro C., Pereira J.L., Cuco A.P., Pedrosa M.A., Gonçalves F. (2012) Competitive outcome of Daphnia-Simocephalus experimental microcosms: salinity versus priority effects. (see details)
  6. Gonçalves F., Loureiro C., Claro M.T., Cuco A.P., Pedrosa M.A., Castro B.B. (2011) Survival and life history responses of Simocephalus vetulus (Muller, 1776) genotypes exposed to sodium chloride: Does environmental context matter?. (see details)
  7. Antunes S.C., Pereira R., Marques S.M., André A., Cuco A., Gonçalves F. (2007) The integration of multiple bioassays in the screening of toxicity within a uranium mine area (Mangualde, Central Portugal). (see details)
  8. Antunes S.C., Pereira R., Marques S.M., André A., Cuco A., Niemeyer J.C., Sousa J.P., Gonçalves F. (2007) Tier 1 of the Ecological Risk Assessment of an Abandoned Uranium Mine (Central Portugal). (see details)
  1. Gonçalves F., Loureiro C., Claro M.T., Cuco A.P., Pedrosa M.A., Castro B.B. (2011) Survival and life history responses of Simocephalus vetulus (Muller, 1776) genotypes exposed to sodium chloride: Does environmental context matter? TOXICOLOGY LETTERS 205(S1):S124-S125. (see details)
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.toxlet.2011.05.445