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  Felisa Rey Eiras  
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  e-mail: felisa.rey@ua.pt  
  Category: Post-Doc  
  Department: Biology  
  Research group: Marine Biotechnology & Aquaculture
 
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  Title: Solar-powered animals – Decoding the functions of chloroplasts in the metabolism of sacoglossan sea slugs
  Supervisor: Profª Rosário Domingues, Dr. Ricardo Calado, Dr. Sónia Cruz
  Category: BO
  Grant type: BPD
  Funding entity: FCT
  Grant reference: SFRH/BPD/115347/2016
  Start date: 2017-09-01
  End date: 2023-08-31
Academic degrees

2016 PhD in Marine Sciences and Environment (Doctoral Program PROMAR) Dpto. Biologia & CESAM, University of Aveiro 


2006 Master of Marine Sciences - Marine Resources - Aquaculture, University of Porto, Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar and University of Santiago


2002 Degree in Marine Science, University of Vigo 

Current Research Interests

- Role of lipids during the process of endosymbiosis in sacoglossan sea slugs


- Maternal effects in marine invertebrate larvae

Projects
Lipidomic tools for chemical phenotyping, traceability and valorisation of seaweeds from aquaculture as a sustainable source of high added-value compounds [see details]

TraSeafood Tracing the Geographic Origin of Seafood as a Pathway Towards the Smart Valorization of Endogenous Marine Resources [see details]

NO RESET - Metamorphosis does not reset embryonic and larval history. Clarifying the role of offspring provisioning and larval feeding on early post-settlement performance of coastal marine invertebrates [see details]

Publications
  1. Alves E., Rey F., da Costa E., Moreira A.S.P., Pato L., Pato L., Domingues M.D.M., Domingues P. (2018) Olive (Olea europaea L. cv. Galega vulgar) Seed Oil: A First Insight into the Major Lipid Composition of a Promising Agro-Industrial By-Product at Two Ripeness Stages. European Journal Of Lipid Science And Technology. 120, 4, (see details) ISI paper
  2. Rey F., Domingues M.R.M., Domingues P., Rosa R., Orgaz M.D.M., Queiroga H., Calado R. (2017) Effect of Maternal Size, Reproductive Season and Interannual Variability in Offspring Provisioning of Carcinus maenas in a Coastal Lagoon. Estuaries And Coasts. 40, 6, 1732-1743. (see details) ISI paper
  3. Rey F., da Costa E., Campos A.M., Cartaxana P., Maciel E., Domingues P., Domingues M.R.M., Calado R., Cruz S. (2017) Kleptoplasty does not promote major shifts in the lipidome of macroalgal chloroplasts sequestered by the sacoglossan sea slug Elysia viridis. Scientific Reports. 7, (see details) ISI paper
  4. Rey F., Moreira A.S.P., Ricardo F., Coimbra M.A., Domingues M.R.M., Domingues P., Rosa R., Queiroga H., Calado R. (2016) Fatty Acids of Densely Packed Embryos of Carcinus maenas Reveal Homogeneous Maternal Provisioning and No Within-Brood Variation at Hatching. Biological Bulletin. 230, 2, 120-129. (see details) ISI paper
  5. Rey F., Neto G.M.S., Brandao C., Ramos D., Silva B., Rosa R., Queiroga H., Calado R. (2016) Contrasting oceanographic conditions during larval development influence the benthic performance of a marine invertebrate with a bi-phasic life cycle. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 546, 135-146. (see details) ISI paper
  6. Alves E., Melo T., Rey F., Moreira A.S.F., Domingues P., Domingues M.R. (2016) Polar lipid profiling of olive oils as a useful tool in helping to decipher their unique fingerprint. Lwt-food Science And Technology. 74, 371-377. (see details) ISI paper
  7. Rey F., Neto G.M.S., Rosa R., Queiroga H., Calado R. (2015) Laboratory trials reveal that exposure to extreme raining events prior to metamorphosis affect the post-settlement performance of an estuarine crab. Estuarine Coastal And Shelf Science. 154, 179-183. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2015.01.005
  8. Ricardo F., Pimentel T., Moreira A.S.P., Rey F., Coimbra M.A., Domingues M.R., Domingues P., Leal M.C., Calado R. (2015) Potential use of fatty acid profiles of the adductor muscle of cockles (Cerastoderma edule) for traceability of collection site. Scientific Reports. 5, (see details) ISI paper
  9. Rey F., Alves E., Melo T., Domingues P., Queiroga H., Rosa R., Domingues M.R.M., Calado R. (2015) Unravelling polar lipids dynamics during embryonic development of two sympatric brachyuran crabs (Carcinus maenas and Necora puber) using lipidomics. Scientific Reports. 5, (see details) ISI paper
  10. Arenas F., Rey F., Pinto I.S. (2009) Diversity effects beyond species richness: evidence from intertidal macroalgal assemblages. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 381, 99-108. (see details) ISI paper
  1. REY Felisa, ALVES Eliana, MELO Tânia, DOMINGUES Pedro, QUEIROGA Henrique, ROSA Rui, DOMINGUES M. Rosário M., CALADO Ricardo UNRAVELLING POLAR LIPIDS DYNAMICS DURING EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF TWO SYMPATRIC BRACHYURAN CRABS (CARCINUS MAENAS AND NECORA PUBER) USING LIPIDOMICS - Conference. (see details)
  2. Felisa Rey, Ana S. P. Moreira, Fernando Ricardo, Manuel A. Coimbra, M. Rosário M. Domíngues, Pedro Domíngues, Rui Rosa, Henrique Queiroga, Ricardo Calado Fatty acids of highly packed Carcinus maenas embryos reveal homogenous maternal investment and no within-brood variation during incubation. (see details)
  3. Rey, F, Silva Neto, G.M., Brandão, C., Ramos, D., Silva, B., Rosa, R., Queiroga, H., Calado, R. Benthic juveniles of an estuarine invertebrate display contrasting performances over four consecutive supply events of pelagic larvae. (see details)
  4. Alves E, Melo T, Rey F, Moreira ASP, Domingues P, Domingues MRM Lipidomics of olive oil: In the pursuit of finding new bioactive lipid components. (see details)