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  Andreia Cerqueira  
  e-mail: andreiacerqueira@ua.pt  
  Category: BI fellowship  
  Department: Biology  
  Research group: Stress Biology
  Direct URL for this page: http://www.cesam.ua.pt/andreiacerqueira  
  Thesis title: ALIEN - An integrated approach to unravel Lasiodiplodia-grapevine Interactions
  Supervisor: Dr. Artur Alves
  Category: BO
  Grant type: BI
  Funding entity: FCT
  Grant reference: BI/UI88/7450/2016
  Start date: 2016-09-01
  End date: 2018-02-28
Academic career

Academic degrees

2014 - 2016: Master in Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Aveiro

Thesis title: "Effects of phosphite in Pinus radiata-Fusarium circinatum interaction". Supervised by Dr. Glória Pinto and co-supervised by Dr. Artur Alves.

2011- 2014: Bachelor in Biology, University of Aveiro

Additional formation

Stategies for management of Gibberella circinata in greenhouses and forests. March 4-19 2016, Sustainable Forest Management Institute, University of Valladolid, Palencia, Spain. Funded by COST Action FP1406 PINESTRENGTH

Work experience

2016 - Ongoing: BI fellowship -project: ALIEN - An integrated approach to unravel Lasiodiplodia-grapevine Interactions. Supervised by Artur Alves. Department of Biology, CESAM, University of Aveiro

  1. Cerqueira A., Alves A., Berenguer H., Correia B., Gomez-Cadenas A., Diez J.J., Monteiro P., Pinto G. (2017) Phosphite shifts physiological and hormonal profile of Monterey pine and delays Fusarium circinatum progression. Plant Physiology And Biochemistry. 114, 88-99. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2017.02.020
  1. Cerqueira, A. F. L. (2016) Effects of phosphite in Pinus radiata-Fusarium circinatum interaction. MSc Thesis. (see details)
  2. Cerqueira A. (2016) Efeito do fosfito de potássio na interação Fusarium circinatum – Pinus radiata. MSc Thesis. (see details)
  1. Cerqueira A, Alves A, Berenguer H, Correia B, Monteiro P, Diez J, Amaral J, Pinto G (2016) Phosphite delays the progression of Fusarium circinatum on Pinus radiata: a physiological approach. (see details)