Anabela Romano
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Rationalizing cellulose (in) solubility: reviewing basic physicochemical aspects and role of hydrophobic interactions
B Medronho, A Romano, MG Miguel, L Stigsson, B Lindman
Cellulose 19, 581-587, 2012
The medicinal potential of plants from the genus Plantago (Plantaginaceae)
S Gonçalves, A Romano
Industrial Crops and Products 83, 213-226, 2016
The phenolic content and antioxidant activity of infusions from Mediterranean medicinal plants
S Gonçalves, D Gomes, P Costa, A Romano
Industrial Crops and Products 43, 465-471, 2013
In vitro culture of lavenders (Lavandula spp.) and the production of secondary metabolites
S Gonçalves, A Romano
Biotechnology advances 31 (2), 166-174, 2013
Endemic plant species conservation: Biotechnological approaches
N Coelho, S Gonçalves, A Romano
Plants 9 (3), 345, 2020
Role of carbohydrates in micropropagation of cork oak
A Romano, C Noronha, MA Martins-Loucao
Plant cell, tissue and organ culture 40, 159-167, 1995
Phenolic profile, antioxidant activity and enzyme inhibitory activities of extracts from aromatic plants used in Mediterranean diet
S Gonçalves, E Moreira, C Grosso, PB Andrade, P Valentão, A Romano
Journal of food science and technology 54, 219-227, 2017
In vitro micropropagation of endangered Rhododendron ponticum L. subsp. baeticum (Boissier & Reuter) Handel-Mazzetti
R Almeida, S Gonçalves, A Romano
Biodiversity & Conservation 14, 1059-1069, 2005
Production of plant secondary metabolites by using biotechnological tools
S Gonçalves, A Romano
Secondary metabolites-sources and applications 5, 81-99, 2018
Thymus lotocephalus wild plants and in vitro cultures produce different profiles of phenolic compounds with antioxidant activity
P Costa, S Gonçalves, P Valentão, PB Andrade, N Coelho, A Romano
Food chemistry 135 (3), 1253-1260, 2012
Phenolic composition, antioxidant potential and in vitro inhibitory activity of leaves and acorns of Quercus suber on key enzymes relevant for hyperglycemia and Alzheimer's disease
L Custódio, J Patarra, F Alberício, N da Rosa Neng, JMF Nogueira, ...
Industrial Crops and Products 64, 45-51, 2015
Phytochemical Profile, Antioxidant and Cytotoxic Activities of the Carob Tree (Ceratonia siliqua L.) Germ Flour Extracts
L Custódio, AL Escapa, E Fernandes, A Fajardo, R Aligué, F Alberício, ...
Plant foods for human nutrition 66, 78-84, 2011
Essential oils from micropropagated plants of Lavandula viridis
JMF Nogueira, A Romano
Phytochemical Analysis: An International Journal of Plant Chemical and …, 2002
Inhibitory properties of phenolic compounds against enzymes linked with human diseases
S Gonçalves, A Romano
Phenolic compounds-biological activity 40 (5), 100-120, 2017
Micropropagation of the Mediterranean tree Ceratonia siliqua
A Romano, S Barros, MA Martins-Loução
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 68, 35-41, 2002
Rapid clonal multiplication of Lavandula viridis L'Her through in vitro axillary shoot proliferation
MC Dias, R Almeida, A Romano
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 68 (1), 99-102, 2002
Effects of in vitro gastrointestinal digestion on phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity of different white winemaking byproducts extracts
MJ Jara-Palacios, S Gonçalves, D Hernanz, FJ Heredia, A Romano
Food Research International 109, 433-439, 2018
Supercritical fluid extraction and hydrodistillation for the recovery of bioactive compounds from Lavandula viridis L’Hér
P Costa, C Grosso, S Gonçalves, PB Andrade, P Valentão, ...
Food Chemistry 135 (1), 112-121, 2012
Antioxidant and cytotoxic activities of carob tree fruit pulps are strongly influenced by gender and cultivar
L Custódio, E Fernandes, AL Escapa, A Fajardo, R Aligué, F Alberício, ...
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 59 (13), 7005-7012, 2011
New deep eutectic solvent assisted extraction of highly pure lignin from maritime pine sawdust (Pinus pinaster Ait.)
C Fernandes, E Melro, S Magalhaes, L Alves, R Craveiro, A Filipe, ...
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 177, 294-305, 2021
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