|Xanthones. Biosynthesis and trafficking in plants, fungi and lichens||PLANTS||2023|
|A novel approach to control Botrytis cinerea fungal infections: uptake and biological activity of antifungals encapsulated in nanoparticle based vectors||SCIENTIFIC REPORTS||2022|
|The (in)visible side of biostimulation: application of 1H-NMR to reveal the biostimulating effect of Minimedusa polyspora and Chaetomium globosum culture filtrates on Cichorium intybus plants||Riunione annuale dei Gruppi di Lavoro "Biologia cellulare e molecolare e Biotecnologie e Differenziamento" Program & Book of Abstracts||2022|
|Biostimulant effects of Chaetomium globosum and Minimedusa polyspora culture filtrates on Cichorium intybus Plant. Growth performance and metabolomic traits||FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE||2022|
|Poly-(lactic-co-glycolic) acid nanoparticles entrapping pterostilbene for targeting aspergillus section nigri||MOLECULES||2022|
|Fungal-derived biostimulants boosting Cichorium intybus: effects of Chaetomium globosum and Minimedusa polyspora culture filtrates on growth performance and metabolomic traits||117° Congresso della Società Botanica Italiana VIII INTERNATIONAL PLANT SCIENCE CONFERENCE (IPSC) ABSTRACTS||2022|
|Protective Role of Natural Compounds under Radiation-Induced Injury||NUTRIENTS||2022|
|Effects of organic biostimulants added with zeolite on zucchini squash plants Infected by tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus||VIRUSES||2022|
|Biostimulant effects of Chaetomium globosum and Minimedusa polyspora culture filtrates on Cichorium intybus plant: growth performance and metabolomic traits||METABOLOMICS 2022 Oral and Poster Abstracts||2022|
|Microfluidic synthesis of PLGA nanocarriers for the controlled delivery of bioactive compounds in plants of agronomic interest||Applied Nanotechnology and Nanoscience International Conference 2021||2021|
|Comparison between in vitro chemical and ex vivo biological assays to evaluate antioxidant capacity of botanical extracts||ANTIOXIDANTS||2021|
|Circular economy. Valorization of waste plant biomass to produce active ingredients with antimicrobial activity against human and plant pathogens||An introduction to the circular economy||2021|
|Comparative transcriptomics and metabolomics in Vitis vinifera ‘Malvasia’ and Vitis rupestris ‘Du Lot’ cultured cells provide insights in possible innate resistance against pathogens||PLANT BIOSYSTEMS||2021|
|Antifungal activity of Mongolian medicinal plant extracts||NATURAL PRODUCT RESEARCH||2020|
|Phytochemical and biological characterization of Italian “sedano bianco di Sperlonga” protected geographical indication celery ecotype. A multimethodological approach||FOOD CHEMISTRY||2020|
|In vitro antimicrobial activity of plant extracts against Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae causal agent of bacterial canker in kiwifruit||PLANT BIOSYSTEMS||2020|
|Remediation of hexavalent chromium contaminated water through zero-valent iron nanoparticles and effects on tomato plant growth performance||SCIENTIFIC REPORTS||2020|
|Boosting plant growth: fungal metabolites as biostimulants for growth promotion of Hypericum perforatum (L.)||15th European Conference on Fungal Genetics Program & Abstract||2020|
|Antifungal activity of dimethyl sulfoxide against Botrytis cinerea and phytotoxicity on tomato and lettuce plants||PLANT BIOSYSTEMS||2020|
|Fungal bioresources to increase secondary metabolites production: elicitation effect on Chicorium intybus hairy roots by Chaetomium globosum culture filtrate||115° Congresso della Società Botanica Italiana - Volume degli abstract||2020|
-Propagation and maintenance of plant germplasm using in vitro culture techniques.
-Production of bioactive secondary metabolites of pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic and agri-food interest, from plants, by-products, agroindustry wastes and in vitro cultures.
-Study of the biosynthetic pathways of secondary metabolites and their regulation mechanisms using biochemical and molecular approaches.
-Study of interactions between primary and secondary metabolic pathways through metabolomic approach.
-Evaluation of biological activities, with particular interest in antimicrobial activity against pathogens of plants, animals and humans, of natural products biosynthesized in vitro and in planta, constitutively or in response to specific environmental stimuli.
-Nanobiotechnology as a new strategy for the improvement of plant growth and defense against pathogens in the integrated management of crops in the field and to obtain food products free of pesticide residues and / or contaminants.
-Development of formulations containing multiple plant antioxidants to reduce the risk of radiation damage in humans.
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