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José Silvino Santos da Rosa

Assistant Professor

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Faculty of Sciences and Technology

University of the Azores

Rua da Mãe de Deus, 13A

9500-501 Ponta Delgada

Azores, Portugal

 

Email: jose.ss.rosa@uac.pt

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José Silvino Santos da Rosa

Assistant Professor

José Silvino Rosa is an Assistant Professor at University of the Azores, PhD. In Biological Sciences – Insect Parasitology by the University of the Azores. He teaches Embryology and Animal Histology, and Animal Physiology courses. His main research interests include Biological and Toxicological Activities of Plant Extracts and others Natural Products – insect toxicity and anti-feeding properties, molluscicidal properties, and antimicrobial properties. He has published several articles in internationals journals such as Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Industrial Crops and Products, Journal of Pest Science, Integrative Pharmacology, Toxicology and Genotoxicology, among others.  

Publications

Tavares WR, Jiménez IA, Oliveira L, Kuhtinskaja M, Vaher M, Rosa JS, Seca AML, Bazzocchi IL, Barreto, MC (2023). Macaronesian Plants as Promising Biopesticides against the Crop Pest Ceratitis capitata. Plants 2023, 12, 4122. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants12244122

 

Articles in SCI Journals


Arruda, F.; Lima, A.; Wortham, T.; Janeiro, A.; Rodrigues, T.; Baptista, J.; Rosa, J.S.; Lima, E. Sequential Separation of Essential Oil Components during Hydrodistillation of Azorean Cryptomeria japónica Foliage: Effects on Yield, Physical Properties, and Chemical Composition. Separations 2023, 10, 483. https://doi.org/10.3390/separations10090483

Articles in SCI Journals


Arruda F, Lima A, Oliveira L, Rodrigues T, Janeiro A, Rosa JS & Lima E. 2023. Essential Oil Variability of Azorean Cryptomeria japonica Leaves under Different Distillation Methods, Part 2: Molluscicidal Activity and Brine Shrimp Lethality. Separations. 10, 241.

https://doi.org/10.3390/separations10040241

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Projects

EOIS-CropProt - Essential oils, infusions, and silicon in crop protection. A study using tomato plants, as a model, to disclose the biopesticides induced defense mechanisms of plants, through an omics approach
IPM Popillia - Integrated Pest Management of the invasive Japanese Beetle, Popillia japonica
MACBIOPEST - Botanical biopesticides from macaronesia: research and popular knowledge
AGWAS-EPNs: Application of Genome-Wide Analysis Study to discriminate Entomopathogenic Nematodes

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