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Acacia longifolia Invasive plants Molecular biology Ecology
Sara Filipa da Silva Lucas Sousa Vicente is conducting a Ph.D. in Biology and Ecology of Global Change (BEGC) at the University of Lisbon starting in 2018. She is conducting the project “The role of genetic variability and phenotypic plasticity on the invasiveness of Acacia longifolia” under the supervision of Helena Trindade (CESAM) and Cristina Máguas (ESFE, cE3c). The aims of the Ph.D are:
Funding was awarded by the Participatory Budget of the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM) 2018 (OP@CESAM 2018) for the initiative “Genetic variability in native and recently invaded ecosystems by Acacia longifolia: a global model species” included in her Ph.D project and running from July 2018 to July 2019.
Vicente, S., Máguas, C., Richardson, D.M., Trindade, H., Wilson, J.R.U. & Le Roux, J.J. (2021) Highly diverse and highly successful: invasive Australian acacias have not experienced genetic bottlenecks globallyAnnals of Botany, 128(2), 149-157. DOI:10.1093/aob/mcab053 (IF2021 5,040; Q1 Plant Sciences)
Vicente, S., Meira-Neto, J., Trindade, H. & Máguas, C. (2020) The distribution of the invasive Acacia longifolia shows an expansion towards southern latitudes in South America.BioInvasions Records, 9(4), 723-729. DOI:10.3391/bir.2020.9.4.06 (IF2020 1,608; Q3 Biodiversity Conservation)
Vicente, S., Máguas, C. & Trindade, H. (2018) Genetic diversity and differentiation of invasive Acacia longifolia in Portugal.Web Ecology, 18, 91-103. DOI:10.5194/we-18-91-2018 (IF2018 1,154; Q4 Ecology)
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