Publicacións

  • 2015
  1. Kinetics of tetracycline, oxytatracycline, and chlortetracycline adsorption and desorption on two acid soils”. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22: 425-433
  2. Time evolution of the general characteristics and Cu retention capacity in an acid soil amended with a bentonite winery waste. Journal of Environmental Management, 150:435-443
  3. Copper content and distribution in vineyard soils from Betanzos (A Coruña, Spain). Spanish Journal of Soil Science, 5:60-71
  4. Adsorption, desorption and fractionation of As(V) on untreated and mussel shell-treated granitic material. Solid Earth, 6:337-346.
  5. Cr(VI) sorption/desorption on untreated and mussel-shell-treated soil materials: fractionation and effects of pH and chromium concentration
  6. Perspectives on the use of by-products to treat soil and water pollution. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 210:199-201.
  7. Competitive adsorption/desorption of tretacycline, oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline on two acid soils: Stirred flow chamber experiments. Chemosphere, 134: 361-366.
  8. Metalaxyl mobility in acids soils: evaluation using different methods. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 12:2179-2190
  9. Heavy metals in pastureland soils situated in A pastoriza (NW Spain) treated with cattle slurry and NPK fertilizers. Spanish Journal of Soil Science, 5:154-164
  10. Cr(VI) sorption/desorption on pine sawdust and oak wood ash”. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12:8849-8860
  11. Effect of crushed mussel shell addition on bacterial growth in acid polluted soils. Applied Soil Ecology 85: 65-68
  12. Acidification of mixtures of granite powder and compost to prepare nursery potting mixtures. Compost Science & Utilization, doi:10.1080/1065657X.2015.1020399 31/34
  13. Net effect of liming on soil organic carbon stocks: a review. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 202:98-107
  14. A microcosm study of permeable reactive barriers filled with granite powder and compost for the treatment of water contaminated with Cr(VI). Spanish Journal of Soil Science, 5:180-190
  15. Modeling raindrop strike performance on copper wash-off from vine leaves. Journal of Environmental Management, 150:472-478.
  16. Prediction of the glyphosate sorption coefficient across two loamy agricultural fields. Geoderma, 259-260: 224-232
  17. Predictivity strength of the spatial variability of phenanthrene sorption across two sandy loam fields. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 226: 36
  18. Assessment of Quercus flowering trends in NW Spain. International Journal of Biometeorology 5: 517-531
  19. Thirty four identifiable airborne fungal spores at Havana, Cuba. Annals of Agricultural Environmental Medicine 22: 215-210
  20. A model to forecast the risk periods of Plantago pollen allergy by using the ANN methodology. Aerobiologia 2015, 31: 201-211
  21. A new method for determining the sources of airborne particles. Journal of Environmental Management 155: 212-218
  22. The prediction of biological sensors appearance with ARIMA models as a tool for Integrated Pest Management protocols. Annals of Agricultural Environmental Medicine 2015, 24: in press
  23. Forecasting Olea airborne pollen concentration by means of artificial intelligence. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 2015, 24: in press
  24. Near infrared spectroscopy applied to the rapid prediction of the floral origin and mineral content of honeys. Food Chemistry 2015, 170: 47–54
  25. Assessment of physicochemical and antioxidant characteristics of Quercus pyrenaica honeydew honeys. Food Chemistry 2015, 166, 47–54
  26. Biochemical, physiological and isotopic responses to natural product p- hydroxybenzoic acid in Cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.) Plant Growth Regulation 2015, 75 (3) 783-792
  27. Characterization of Xanthophyll Pigments, Photosynthetic Performance, Photon Energy Dissipation, Reactive Oxygen Species Generation and Carbon Isotope Discrimination during Artemisinin-Induced Stress in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLOS ONE (10) Número de artículo: e0114826
  28. Plants to harvest rhenium: scientific and economic viability. Environmental Chemistry Letters. In Press 2015
  29. Structural changes in soil communities after triclopyr application in soils invaded by Acacia dealbata Link. Journal of Environmental Science and Health - Part B Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes 2015 50:3, 184-189
  30. Effects and identification of chemical compounds released from the invasive Acacia dealbata Link. Chemistry and Ecology 2015. 31: 6, 479- 493
  31. Gradualism in Acacia dealbata Link invasion: Impact on soil chemistry and microbial community over a chronological sequence. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 2015 80: 315-323
  32. Inheritance of maize resistance to gibberella and fusarium ear rots and kernel contamination with deoxynivalenol and fumonisins. Plant Pathology 64, 1053-1060.
  33. Covalent cross-linking of cell wall polysaccharides through esterified diferulates as a maize resistance mechanism against corn borers. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 63, 2206-14.
  34. Ectopic lignification in primary cellulose-deficient cell walls of maize cell suspension cultures. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 57, 357-72
  35. Cell wall modifications triggered by the down-regulation of Coumarate 3- hydroxylase-1 in maize. Plant Science 26, 272–282
  36. Genetic factors involved in fumonisin accumulation in maize kernels and their implications in maize agronomic management and breeding. Toxins 7, 3267-3296
  37. Validation of TOF-SIMS and FE-SEM/EDS techniques combined with sorption and desorption experiments to check competitive and individual Pb2+ and Cd2+ association with components of B soil horizons. PLoS ONE 10(4):1-22: e0123977. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0123977). 2015
  38. Using time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry and field emission scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy to determine the role of soil components in competitive copper and cadmium migration and fixation in soils. Geoderma 251-252:65-77.2015
  39. Competitive sorption and desorption of trace elements by Tunisian Aridisols Calcorthids. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22: 2861-2872 DOI 10.1007/s11356-015-4288. 2015
  40. TOF-SIMS and FE-SEM/EDS to verfy the heavy metal fractionation in serpentinite quarry soils. Catena (02455) (In press), 14 pp. http://dx.doi.org./10.1016/j.catena.2015.03.005
  41. Pb pollution in soils from a trap shooting range and the phytoremediation ability of Agrostis capillaris L. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (DOI: 10.1007/s11356-015-5340-7). (on line 15/09/2015).
  42. Characterization of soil physico-chemical parameters and limitations for revegetation in serpentine quarry soils (NW Spain). Journal of Soils and Sediments DOI 10.1007/s11368-015-1284-2
  43. Sorption and desorption of Pb2+ and Cu2+ in different Tunisian soils. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, (Acepted. Enero 2015)
  44. Effect of Salinity on Zinc uptake by Brassica juncea. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 16 (7-8): 704-718
  45. Chemical fractionation of Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn in a mine soil amended with compost and biochar and vegetated with Brassica juncea L. Journal of Geochemical Exploration. 158: 74-81
  46. Recovering a copper mine soil using organic amendments and phytomanagement with Brassica juncea L. Journal of Environmental management. 147: 73-80
  47. Physical distribution of Ni, Pb and Zn in reclaimed mine soils observed by FE-SEM with an EDS detector. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22 (17): 13372-13381
  48. Assessing the influence of technosol and biochar amendments combined with Brassica juncea L. on the fractionation of Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn in a polluted mine soil. Journal of Soils and Sediments. DOI: 10.1007/s11368-015-1222-3
  49. Planting trees and amending with waste increases the capacity of mine tailings soils to retain Ni, Pb and Zn. Spanish Journal of Soil Science 4(3) 225-238
  50. Sludge Amendment and Tree Vegetation Could Inprove the Quality of Mine Soils. In: Heavy Metal Contamination of Soils. Ajit Varma Editores. Springer International PublishingSwitzerland. ISBN: 978-3-319314525-9
  51. Simultaneous HPLC-DAD quantification of vitamins A and E content in raw, pasteurized, and UHT cow’s milk and their changes during storage. European Food Research and Technology. European Food Research and Technology. European Food Research and Technology
  52. Development of an improved extraction and HPLC method for the measurement of ascorbic acid in cows’ milk from processing plants and retail outlets. International Journal of Food Science and Technology.
  53. Wine aroma compounds in grapes: a critical review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2015, 55(2), 202-218.

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  • 2014
  1. Metal and organic matter immobilization in températe podzols: A high resolution study. Geoderma, 217-218:225-234
  2. Mercury distribution in a toposequence of sub-Antarctic forest soils of Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) as consequence of the prevailing soil processes. Geoderma, 232-234:130-140
  3. Pine bark as bio-adsorbent for Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn: Batch-type and stirred flow chamber experiments. Journal of Environmental Management, 144:258-264
  4. Cyprodinil retention on mixtures of soil and solid wastes from wineries. Effects of waste dose and ageing. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 21:9785-9795
  5. 1500 years of soil use reconstructed from the chemical properties of a terraced soil sequence. Quaternary International, 346:28-40
  6.  Assessing the influence of afforestation with Eucalyptus globulus on hydrological response from a small catchment in northwestern Spain using the HBV hydrological model. Hydrological Processes, 28:5561-5572
  7. Predicting release and transport of pesticides from a granular formulation during unsaturated diffusion in porous media. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology  158:14-22 
  8. Mixtures including wastes from the mussell shell processing industry: Retention of arsenic, chromium and mercury. Journal of Cleaner Production. (DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.01.050)
  9. Metalaxyl mobility in acids soils: evaluation using different methods. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (DOI: 10.1007/s13762-014-0612-1)
  10. Kinetics of tetracycline, oxytatracycline, and chlortetracycline adsorption and desorption on two acid soils. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (DOI: 10.1007/s11356-014-3367-9)
  11. As(V) adsorption on forest and vineyard soils and pyritic material with or without mussel shell: kinetics and fractionation. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 45: 1007-1014 
  12. Competitive adsorption and transport of Cd, Cu, Ni and Zn in a mine soil amended with mussel shell. Chemosphere 107: 379-385 
  13. Influence of mussel shell on As and Cr competitive and non-competitive sorption-desorption kinetics in a mine soil: Stirred flow chamber experiments. Geoderma 232-234: 300-308 
  14. Effect of crushed mussel shell addition on bacterial growth in acid polluted soils. Applied Soil Ecology 85: 65-68 
  15. Limitations for revegetation in a lead/zinc minesoils (NW Spain). Journal of Soils and Sediments 14:785–793.
  16. Lead distribution between soil geochemical phases and its fractionation in Pb-treated soils. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 23 (4): 1025-1035.
  17. Risk of metal mobility in soils from a Pb/Zn depleted mine (Lugo, Spain). Environmental Earth Sciences. 72:2541-2556 
  18. Sequential extraction of heavy metals in soils from a copper mine: Distribution in geochemical fractions. Geoderma 230-231: 108-118.
  19. Copper distribution in surface and subsurface soil horizons. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21: 10997–11008.
  20. Phytoremediating a copper mine soil with Brassica juncea L., compost and biochar. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 21: 11293-11304. 
  21. Improving soil fertility to support grass-legume revegetation on lignite mine spoils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 45: 1565-1582. 
  22. Effect of soil reclamation process on soil C fractions. Chemosphere. 95: 511-518.
  23. Effect of Salinity on Zinc uptake by Brassica juncea. International Journal of Phytoremediation 16 (7-8): 704 – 718
  24. Changes in the Phytoavailability of Nutrients in Mine Soils after Planting Trees and Amending with Wastes. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 225 (6): 1995.
  25. Effect of amendments made of waste materials in the physical and chemical recovery of mine soil. Journal of Geochemical Exploration (DOI: 10.1016/j.gexplo.2014.10.004)
  26. Assessment of Quercus flowering trends in NW Spain. International Journal of Biometeorology.  (DOI: 10.1007/s00484-014-0865-x)
  27. Airborne basidiospores of Coprinus and Ganoderma in a Caribbean region. Aerobiologia, 30: 197-204
  28. Temporal dynamics of airborne fungi in Havana (Cuba) during dry and rainy seasons: influence of meteorological parameters. International Journal of Biometeorology.  (DOI: 10.1007/s00484-013-0748-6)
  29. Evaluation of several romanian honeys based on their palynological and biochemical profiles. International Journal of Food Properties, 17: 1850-1860
  30. Palynological characterisation of Algerian honeys according to their geographical and botanical origin. Grana 53:147-158
  31. Contribution of botanical origin and sugar composition of honeys on the crystallization phenomenon. Food Chemistry, 149: 84-90
  32. Improving soil fertility to support grass-legume revegetation on lignite mine spoils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 45: 1565-1582.
  33. Vicia faba aqueous extracts and plant material can suppress weeds and enhance crops. Allelopathy Journal 34 (2): 299-314.
  34. Individual and joint activity of terpenoids, isolated from Calamintha nepeta extract, on Arabidopsis thaliana. Natural Products Research. 27: 2297-2303
  35. Phytotoxic potential of trans-chalcone on crop plants and model species. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 33: 181-194
  36. Evaluation of herbicide potential of sesquiterpene lactone and flavonoid: impact on germination, seedling growth indices and root length in Arabidopsis thaliana. Pakistan Journal of Botany, 46: 995-1000
  37. Biochemical, physiological and isotopic responses to natural product p-hydroxybenzoic acid in Cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.). Plant Growth Regulation (DOI: 10.1007/s10725-014-9981-1)
  38. Higher persoxidase activity, leaf nutrient contents and carbon isotope composition changes in Arabidopsis thaliana are related to rutin stress. Journal of Plant Physiology, 171: 1325-1333
  39. Ambient has Become Strained. Identification of Acacia dealbata Link Volatiles Interfering with Germination and Early Growth of Native Species. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 40(9): 1051-1061
  40. Effect of salinity on zinc uptake by Brassica juncea. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 16: 704 - 718
  41. Germination and early growth of Brassica juncea in copper mine tailings amended with technosol and compost, Scientific World Journal (DOI: 10.1155/2014/506392)
  42. Impacts of Carpobrotus edulis (L.) N.E.Br. on the Germination, Establishment and Survival of Native Plants: A Clue for Assessing Its Competitive Strength. PLoS One. 9 (9) (DOI: 10.1371/JOURNAL.PONE.0107557)
  43. Soil biochemical alterations and microbial community responses under Acacia dealbata Link invasion. SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY 79: 100 - 108
  44. Soil quality: A key factor in understanding plant invasion? The case of Carpobrotus edulis (L.) N.E.Br. BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS 16: 429 - 443
  45. The effect of cadmium and salinity on germination and early growth of Brassica juncea (L.) var. Juncea. FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN. 22: 3709 - 3717
  46. Development of an improved extraction and HPLC method for the measurement of ascorbic acid in cows’ milk from processing plants and retail outlets. International Journal of Food Science and Technology.
  47. Simultaneous HPLC-DAD quantification of vitamins A and E content in raw, pasteurized, and UHT cow’s milk and their changes during storage. European Food Research and Technology. European Food Research and Technology.  European Food Research and Technology
  48. Assessment of stress tolerance acquisition in the heat-tolerant derivative strains of Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis BB-12 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG.  Journal of Applied Microbiology. 117(1):239-248
  49. Association of levels of antibodies from patients with inflammatory bowel disease against extracellular proteins of food and probiotic bacteria. BioMed Research International. 2014:351204. doi: 10.1155/2014/351204.
  50. Genome encyclopaedia of type strains of the genus Bifidobacterium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. (DOI: 10.1128/AEM.02308-14) 
  51. Extracellular molecular effectors mediating probiotic attributes. Microbiology-SGM. 359(1):1-11.
  52. Intestinal dysbiosis associated with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. mBIO. 5 no. 5 e01548-14.
  53. Decontamination solutions for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in raw fish oils from environmentally contaminated sea fish. Science of the Total Environment 468-69 (2014) 1007-1013.
  54. Optimization of purification processes to remove polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in polluted raw fish oils. Science of the Total Environment 470-71 (2014) 917-924
  55. Effect of beer marinades on formation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in charcoal grilled pork. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Manuscript 62 (2014) 2638-2643.
  56. Atmospheric pollutants in fog and rain events at the northwestern mountains of the Iberian Peninsula. Science of the Total Environment 497, 188-199
  57. Quality of extra virgin olive oils produced in an emerging olive growing area in north-western Spain. Food Chemistry 164 (2014) 418-426.
  58. Improvements in the malaxation process to enhance the aroma quality of extra virgin olive oils.  Food Chemistry 158 (2014) 534-545.
  59. The phenolic chemistry and spectrochemistry of red sweet wine-making and oak-aging. Food Chemistry 152 (2014) 522-530.
  60. Garnacha Tintorera-based sweet wines: Detailed phenolic composition by HPLC/DAD-ESI/MS analysis. Food Chemistry 143 (2014) 282-292.
  61. Ultrasound-assisted emulsification-microextraction for the determination of phenolic compounds in olive oils. Food Chemistry 150 (2014) 128-136.
  62. Influence of new generation fungicides on Saccharomyces cerevisiae growth, grape must fermentation and aroma biosynthesis. Food Chemistry 146 (2014) 234-241.
  63. Sensory description of sweet wines obtained by the winemaking procedures of raisining, botrytisation and fortification. Food Chemistry 145 (2014)1021-1030
  64. Effect on the aroma profile of graciano and tempranillo red wines of the application of two antifungal treatments onto vines. Molecules 19 (8) 12173-12193.
  65. Effect of two anti-fungal treatments (Metrafenone and boscalid plus kresoxim-methyl) applied to vines on the color and phenol profile of different red wines. Molecules 19 (6) 8093-8111
  66. Thermodynamics of sodium dodecyl sulphate-salicylic acid based micellar systems and their potential use in fruits postharvest. Food Chemistry 151 (2014) 358-363.
  67. Identification and quantification of grapefruit juice furanocoumarin metabolites in urine: An approach based on ultraperformance liquid chromatography coupled to linear ion trap-orbitrap mass spectrometry and solid-phase extraction coupled to ultraperformance liquid chromatography coupled to triple quadrupole-tandem mass spectrometry.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62 (9) 2134-2140
  68. Urinary tartaric acid as a potential biomarker for the dietary assessment of moderate wine consumption: A randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Nutrition 111 (9), 1680-1685
  69. Comprehensive identification of walnut polyphenols by liquid chromatography coupled to linear ion trap-Orbitrap mass spectrometry. Food Control  152, 340-348
  70. Combined determination and confirmation of ethylenethiourea and propylenethiourea residues in fruits at low levels of detection.  Food Chemistry 145 (2014) 1002-1010.
  71. Efects of Additives upon Percolation Temperature in AOT-Based Microemulsions, Journal of Applied Solution Chemistry and Modeling, 3  (2014) 106-129.
  72. Density, Viscosity and Refractive Index Prediction of Binary and Ternary Mixtures Systems of Ionic Liquid, Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry, 3 (2014) 972-986.
  73. Perspective Behaviour Models Based on Artificial Meural Networks for Electrical Percolation of AOT microemulsions in the Presence of Crown Ethers as Additives. Tenside Surfactants and Detergents 51 (2014) (DOI: 10.3139/113.110340)
  74. A review on some important factors affecting bacteriocin production by lactococci, lactobacilli and pediococci. Current Biochemical Engineering. (2014), 1-24
  75. Assessment of potential probiotic properties and multiple bacteriocin encoding-genes of the technological performing strain Enterococcus faecium MMRA. Food Control. 37:343-350
  76. Modeling the batch bacteriocin production system by lactic acid bacteria by using modified three-dimensional Lotka-Volterra equations. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 88:115-130
  77. Thermal resistance of Salmonella enterica, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus isolated from vegetable feed ingredients. Journal of The Science of Food and Agriculture. 94:2274-2281
  78. Furan manufacture from softwood hemicelluloses by aqueous fractionation and further reaction in a catalyzed ionic liquid: A biorefinery approach. Journal of Cleaner Production. 76: 200-203
  79. Optimization of corn stover biorefinery for coproduction of oligomers and second generation bioethanol using non-isothermal autohydrolysis. Industrial Crops and Products. 54:32-39
  80. Bioethanol production from hydrothermally pretreated and delignified corn stover by fed-batch simultaneous saccharification and fermentation. Energy and Fuels. 28:1158-1165
  81. Conversion of hexoses and pentoses into furans in an ionic liquid. Afinidad. 567:202-206
  82. Integrated approach for effective bioethanol production using whole slurry from autohydrolyzed Eucalyptus globulus wood at high-solid loadings. Fuel. 185:482-491
  83. Industrial robust yeast isolates with great potential for fermentation of lignocellulosic biomass. Bioresource Technology. 161:192-199
  84. Assessment of Minerals in Aged Grape Marc Distillates by FAAS/FAES and ICP-MS. Characterization and Safety Evaluation.   Food Control. 35, 49-55  
  85. Study of the potential of the air lift bioreactor for xylitol production in fed-batch cultures by Debaryomyces hansenii immobilized in alginate beads.  Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 98, 151-161,
  86. Characterization of fennel extracts and quantification of estragole: Optimization and comparison of accelerated solvent extraction and Soxhlet techniques. Industrial Crops and Products. 52, 528-536,
  87.  Integrated use of residues from olive mill and winery for lipase production by solid state fermentation with Aspergillus sp. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology  . 172, 1832-1845
  88. Bioproduction of 4-vinylphenol from corn cob alkaline hydrolyzate intwo-phase extractive fermentation using free or immobilized recombinant E. coli expressing pad gene.   Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 58-59, 22-28.
  89.  Estragole quantity optimization from fennel seeds by supercriticalfluid extraction (carbon dioxide–methanol) using a Box–Behnkendesign. Characterization of fennel extracts.  Industrial Crops and Products. 60, 186-192,
  90. Optimization of xylanase production by filamentous fungi in solid-state fermentation and scale-up to horizontal tube bioreactor. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 173, 803-825
  91.  Overview of Lactobacillus plantarum as a promising bacteriocin producer among lactic acid bacteria. Food Research International. 64, 527-536,
  92. Effect of the use of selected starter cultures on some quality, safety and sensorial properties of Dacia sausage, a traditional Romanian dry-sausage variety. Food Control  35: 123-131.
  93. Effect of the inclusion of chestnut in the finishing diet on volatile compounds during the manufacture of dry-cured “Lacón” from Celta pig breed. Meat Science 96: 211-223.
  94. Influence of muscle type on the evolution of free amino acids and sarcoplasmic and myofibrillar proteins through the manufacturing process of Celta dry-cured ham. Food Research International 56: 226-235.
  95. Effect of fat content on physical, microbial, lipid and protein changes during chill storage of foal liver pâté. Food Chemistry 155: 57-63.
  96.  Physicochemical changes during manufacture and final sensory characteristics of dry-cured Celta ham. Effect of muscle type. Food Control 43: 263-269.
  97.  Metabolic characterization of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strains isolated from traditional dry-cured sausages. Journal of Food Protection 77(9): 1605-1611.
  98. Carcass and meat quality traits of Celta heavy pigs. Effect of the inclusion of chestnuts in the finishing diet. Sapanish Journal of Agricultural Research 12(3): 694-707.
  99. Fatty acid profile, cholesterol and retinol contents in different locations of Celta pig breed. Grasas y Aceites 65(3):e036.
  100. Microbiological and physicochemical characterization of dry-cured Halal goat meat. Effect of salting time and addition of olive oil and paprika covering. Meat Science 98: 129-134.
  101.  Effect of salting duration on lipid oxidation and the fatty acid content of dry-cured lacón. Journal of Food Research 3(1): 46-60.
  102. Autochthonous starter effect on the microbiological, physicochemical and sensorial characteristics of Moroccan goat’s milk cheese. Journal of Advances in Biotechnology 4(1): 343-351.
  103. Microbiological and Biochemical Characteristics of Spanish Fermented Sausages. In: Beneficial Microbes in Fermented and Functional Foods. (Rai R., Bai J.A., eds.). In Press.  CRC Press LLC, London, UK. ISBN 978-1-48220-662-3.

  • 2013

    1. Spatial distribution of copper fractions in a vineyard-devoted soil. Land Degradation & Development, (DOI: 10.1002/ldr.1150)
    2. Critical Review on the Environmental Fate of Quaternary Ammonium Herbicides in Soils Devoted to Vineyards. Environmental Science & Technology 47 (10):4984-4998
    3. Respiration parameters from ISO-17155 method as potential indicators of copper pollution in vineyard soils after long-term fungicide treatment. Science of the Total Environment 447: 25-31 
    4. As(V) retention on soils and forest by-products and other waste materials. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20: 6574-6583 
    5. Modeling the influence of raindrop size on the wash-off losses of copper-based fungicides sprayed on potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) leaves.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health - Part B Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes 48 (9):737-746
    6. Co-selection for antibiotic tolerance in Cu-polluted soil is detected at higher Cu-concentrations than increased Cu-tolerance. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57:953-956 
    7. Five thousand years of atmospheric Ni, Zn, As, and Cd deposition recorded in bogs from NW Iberia: prehistoric and historic anthropogenic contributions. Journal of Archaeological Science, 40:764-777
    8. Cr(IV) adsoprtion and desoprtion on soils and biosorbents. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 224:1-12
    9. Arsenic, chromium and mercury removal using mussel shell ash or a sludge/ashes waste mixture. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20:2670-2678
    10. Influence of different abiotic and biotic factors on the metalaxyl and carbofuran dissipation. Chemosphere, 90:2526-2533
    11. Effects of lead stress on mineral content and growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum) and spinach (Spinacea olerace) seedlings. Saudi Journal of Biological Science, 20:29-36.
    12. Heavy metals retention in copper mine soil treated with mussel shelld: batch and column experiments. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 248-249:122-130
    13. pH-dependent copper release in acid soils treated with crushed mussel shell. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 10:983-994.
    14. Pollution of surface waters by metalaxyl and nitrate from non-point sources. Science of Total Environment, 461-462: 282-289
    15. Effects of Past Copper Contamination and Soil Structure on Copper Leaching from Soil. Journal of Environmental Quality (DOI: 10.2134/jeq2013.05.0209)
    16. Mercury removal using ground and calcined mussel shell. Journal of Environmental Sciences (DOI: 10.1016/S1001-0742(12)60320-9)
    17. Trends in nutrient reservoirs stored in uppermost soil horizons of subantarctic forests differing in their structure. Agroforestry Systems (DOI:10.1007/s10457-013-9635-8)
    18.  Assessing the influence of afforestation with Eucalyptus globulus on hydrological response from a small catchment in northwestern Spain using the HBV hydrological model. Hydrological Processes (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10061)
    19. Individual and joint activity of terpenoids, isolated from Calamintha nepeta extract, on Arabidopsis thaliana. Natural Products Research. (DOI: 10.1080/14786419.2013.827193)
    20. Phytotoxic potential of trans-chalcone on crop plants and model species. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. (DOI: 10.1007/s00344-013-9360-6)
    21. Citral induces auxin-mediated malformations and arrests cell division in Arabidopsis thaliana roots. Journal of Chemical Ecology 39: 271-282
    22. The phytotoxic potential of the terpenoid citral on seedlings and adult plants. Weed Science 61: 469-481
    23. Eucalyptus globulus leaves incorporated as green manure for weed control in maize. Weed Science 61: 154-161
    24. Investigando la Alelopatía como herramienta de manejo ecológico de la flora arvense. Agricultura y Ganadería Ecológica 12: 28-29.
    25. The potential of Salvia verbenaca for phytoremediation of copper mine tailings amended with technosol and compost. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 224 (4) , art. no. 1513
    26. Phytoremediation of amended copper mine tailings with Brassica juncea. International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment 27 (3) , pp. 215-226 
    27. Effect of salinity on zinc uptake by Brassica juncea. International Journal of Phytoremediation 
    28. The use of waste-derived amendments to promote the growth of Indian mustard in copper mine tailings. Minerals Engineering, 53: 24-30
    29. Effectiveness of management strategies in Acacia dealbata Link invasion, native vegetation and soil microbial community responses. Forest Ecology and Management, 304(15), 464–472
    30. Speciation of heavy metals in river Rhine. Water Research. 47: 363-372.
    31. Tree vegetation and waste amendments to improve the physical condition of copper mine soils. Chemosphere. 90: 603-610.
    32. Effects of tree vegetation and waste amendments on the fractionation of Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn in polluted mine soils. Science of the Total Environment. 443. 446–453. 
    33. Soil interaction and fractionation of added cadmium in some Galician soils. Microchemical Journal. 110 (2013) 681–690.
    34. A soil quality index for reclaimed mine soils. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 32 (10). 2240-2248
    35. Monometal and simultaneous Cu and Pb soil sorption: distribution in colloidal soil components. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin. 22 (4): 1090-1098. 
    36. Technosols made of wastes to improve physico-chemical characteristics of a copper mine soil. Pedosphere 23 (1). 1-9.
    37. Modeling the plant-soil interaction in presence of heavy metal pollution and acidity variations. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 185 (1). 73-80. 
    38. Biosorption of Cr(III) and Pb(II) by Schoenoplectus californicus and insights into the binding mechanism,  ISRN Chemical Engineering Volume 2013: 1-13.
    39. Nutritional value and antioxidant activity of honeys produced in a European Atlantic area. Food Chemestry 138, 2013: 851-856                                                
    40. Spatial and temporal distribution of Alternaria spores in the Iberian Peninsula atmosphere, and meteorological relationships: 1993–2009. International Journal of Biometeorology 57, 2013: 265-274                          
    41. Influence of the botanical origin of honey from North western Spain in some antioxidant components. Journal of Apicultural Science 57, 2013: 5-14                                  
    42. Influence of thermal requirement in the aerobiological and phenological behavior of two grapevine varieties. Aerobiologia 29, 2013: 523-535                             
    43. Pla a_1 aeroallergen immunodetection related to the airborne Platanus pollen content. Science of the Total Environment 463-464, 2013: 855-860
    44. Estudio de las producción polínica en tres variedades de Vitis vinifera L. y su influencia en la cosecha de uva. Nova Acta Cientifica Compostelana 20, 2013: 11-19
    45. Near infrared spectroscopy for prediction of antioxidant compounds in the honey. Food Chemistry 141, 2013: 3409-3414 
    46. Optimization of integrated pest management for powdery mildew (Unincula necator) control in a vineyard based on a combination of phenological, meteorological and aerobiological data. Journal Agricultural Science  151, 5, 648-658
    47. Differences in atmospheric trees pollen seasons in winter, spring and summer in two European geographic areas, Spain and Italy. Aerobiologia 29, 5, 263-278.
    48.  Quality control in aerobiology: comparison different slide reading methods. Aerobiologia 29, 1, 1-11.
    49. Factors governing the removal of mancozeb residues from lettuces with washing solutions. Food Control 34 (2) 530-538 
    50. Effects of ascorbic acid on the microstructure and properties of SDS micellar aggregates for potential food applications. Food Research International 50 (1) 143-148 
    51. Training of panellists for the sensory control of bottled natural mineral water in connection with water chemical properties. Food Chemistry 141 (1) 625-636 
    52. Aroma biogenesis and distribution between olive pulps and seeds with identification of aroma trends among cultivars. Food Chemistry 141 (1) 637-643 
    53. Garnacha Tintorera-based sweet wines: Chromatic properties and global phenolic composition by means of UV-Vis spectrophotometry. Food Chemistry 140 (1-2) 217-224 
    54. Inputs of polychlorinated biphenyl residues in animal feeds. Food Chemistry 140 (1-2) 296-304 
    55. Evolution of the aromatic profile in Garnacha Tintorera grapes during raisining and comparison with that of the naturally sweet wine obtained. Food Chemistry 139 (1-4) 1052-1061 
    56. The potential of solvent-minimized extraction methods in the determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in fish oils. Food Chemistry 139 (1-4) 1036-1043
    57. Evolution of colour and phenolic compounds during Garnacha Tintorera grape raisining. Food Chemistry 141 (3) 3230-3240 
    58. Development of a LC-ESI-MS/MS approach for the rapid quantification of main wine organic acids in human urine. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61 (27) 6763-6768
    59. Concentrations of aroma compounds and odor activity values of odorant series in different olive cultivars and their oils. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61 (22) 5252-5259 
    60. Evolution of flavonoids in Mouratón berries taken from both bunch halves. Food Chemistry 138 (2-3) 1868-1877 
    61. Effects on colour and phenolic composition of sugar concentration processes in dried-on- or dried-off-vine grapes and their aged or not natural sweet wines. Trends in Food Science and Technology 31 (1) 36-54 
    62. Sensory Quality Control of Young vs. Aged Sweet Wines Obtained by the Techniques of Both Postharvest Natural Grape Dehydration and Fortification with Spirits During Vinification. Food Analytical Methods 6 (1) 289-300 
    63. Effects of Sedimentation Plus Racking Process in the Extra Virgin Olive Oil Aroma Fingerprint Obtained by DHS-TD/GC-MS. Food and Bioprocess Technology 6 (5) 1290-1301 
    64. Effects of sugar concentration processes in grapes and wine aging on aroma compounds of sweet wines – a review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. (DOI: 10.1080/10408398.2012.680524).
    65. A Review on the Fermentation of Foods and the Residues of Pesticides – Biotransformation of Pesticides and Effects on Fermentation and Food Quality. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. (DOI:10.1080/10408398.2012.677872)
    66. Wine aroma compounds in grapes: a critical review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. (DOI: 10.1080/10408398.2012.680524). 
    67. Stability sudy of Iprodione in alkaline media in the presence of humic acids, Chemosphere 92 (2013) 1536-1541
    68. Stability of humic substances self-assembly aggregates in the presence of pesticides, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 22 (2013) 1-5
    69. Esters Flash Pont Prediction Using Artificial Neural Networks, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 34 (2013) 355-359
    70. Predicting Critical Micelle Concentration Values of Non-ionic Surfactants by Using Artificial Neural Networks, Tenside Surfactants Detergents, 50 (2013) 118-124
    71. Percolation Thereshold of AOT Microemulsions with n- Alkyl Acids as Additives Prediction by Means of Artificial Neural Networks, Tenside Surfactants Detergents, 50 (2013) 360-368
    72. Use of effect-directed analysis for the identification of organic toxicants in surface flow constructed wetland sediments. Chemosphere 91 (2013) 1165–1175
    73. Ultrasound-assisted emulsification–microextraction for the determination of phenolic compounds in olive oils.  Food Chemistry. In Press (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2013.10.157). 
    74. Biotechnological production of phenyllactic acid and biosurfactants from trimming wine shoots hydrolyzates by microbial coculture fermentation. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 169, 2175-2188
    75. Culture parameters affecting xylitol production by Debaryomyces hansenii immobilized in alginate beads. Process Biochemistry. 48, 387-397
    76. Use of hydrodistillation and headspace solid-phase microextraction to characterize the volatile composition of different hop cultivars. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 93, 2568-2574
    77. Lactic acid properties, applications and production: A review. Trends in Food Science and Technology. 30, 70-83  
    78. Effect of Glucose Concentrations on the Growth and Metabolism of Brettanomyces bruxellensis under Aerobic Conditions. Advances in Microbiology. 3, 227-232
    79. Cell-Free Supernatants Obtained from Fermentation of Cheese Whey Hydrolyzates and Phenylpyruvic Acid by Lactobacillus plantarum as a Source of Antimicrobial Compounds, Bacteriocins, and Natural Aromas. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 171, 1042-1060
    80. Influence of alkali and temperature on glucomannan gels at high concentration. LWT- Food Science and Technology 51, 500-506
    81. Second generation bioethanol from steam exploded Eucalyptus globulus wood. Fuel 111 (2013) 66–74
    82. Invasive biomass valorization: environmentally friendly processes for obtaining second generation bioethanol and saccharides from Ulex europæus. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology; 88: 999–1006
    83. Effect of different blanching methods and frozen storage on some quality parameters in turnip greens (“Grelos”). LWT-Food Science and Technology 51: 383-392
    84. Technological and safety characteristics of Staphylococcaceae isolated from traditional sausages. Food Microbiology 33:61-68.
    85. Monitoring the bacterial population dynamics during the ripening of Galician chorizo, a traditional dry-fermented Spanish sausage. Food Microbiology 33:77-84
    86. Study of the counts, species and characteristics of the yeast population during the manufacture of dry-cured “lacón”. Effect of salt level. Food Microbiology 34: 12-18
    87. The influence of Debaryomyces hansenii, Candida deformans and Candida zeylanoides on the aroma formation of dry-cured “lacón”. Meat Science 93: 344-350.
    88. Use of molecular methods to characterize the bacterial community and to monitor different native starter cultures throughout the ripening of Galician chorizo. Food Microbiology 34: 215-226
    89. Effect of different autochthonous starter cultures on the volatile compounds profile and sensory properties of Galician chorizo, a traditional Spanish dry fermented sausage. Food Control 33: 6-14
    90. Characterization of actin and myosin extracts obtained using two improved laboratory methods. Food Analytical Methods  6(4): 1033-1039
    91. Relationship between viscoelastic and physicochemical parameters in Cebreiro cheese. Journal of Food Research 2(3):1-10
    92. Amylase production by Aspergillus oryzae in a solid-state bioreactor with fed-batch operation using mussel processing wastewaters as feeding medium . Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 88 (2013) 226-236
    93. Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of sulphated polysaccharides extracted from Fucus vesiculosus using different hydrothermal processes. Chemical Papers, (DOI: 10.2478/s11696-013-0430-9)
    94. Development of Active and Nanotechnology-based Smart Edible Packaging Systems: Physical–chemical Characterization. Food and Bioprocess Technology. DOI: 10.1007/s11947-013-1117-5
    95. Extraction of sulfated polysaccharides by autohydrolysis of brown seaweed Fucus vesiculosus. Journal of Applied Phycology Volume 25 (2013) 31-39
    96. Fungal fucoidanase production by solid-state fermentation in a rotating drum bioreactor using algal biomass as substrate. Food and Bioproducts Processing (2013). (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fbp.2013.02.004)
    97. Assessment of potential probiotic properties and multiple bacteriocin encoding-genes of the technological performing strain Enterococcus faecium MMRA. Food Control, 37 (2013) 343–350
    98. Study of the potential of the air lift bioreactor for xylitol production in fed-batch cultures by Debaryomyces hansenii immobilized in alginate beads. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. (DOI: 10.1007/s00253-013-5280-4)
    99. Overall quality properties in pressurized kiwi purée: microbial, physicochemical, nutritive and sensory test during refrigerated storage. Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies. (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ifset.2013.06.009)
    100. Development of an improved extraction and HPLC method for the measurement of ascorbic acid in cows’ milk from processing plants and retail outlets. International Journal of Food Science and Technology. (DOI:10.1111/ijfs.12350)
    • 2012
    1. Copper release kinetics from a long-term contaminated acid soil using a stirred flow chamber: effect of ionic strength and pH. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 367: 422-428
    2. Zinc distribution and acid-base mobilization in vineyard soils and sediments. Science of the Total Environment 414: 470-479
    3. Mercury content in volcanic soils across Europe and its relationshipos with soil properties. Journal of Soils and Sediments 12: 542-555
    4. Comparison of batch, stirred flow chamber, and column experiments to study adsorption, desorption and transport of carbofuran within two acidic soils. Chemosphere 88: 106-112
    5.  Influence of pore water velocity on the release of carbofuran and fenamiphos from commercial granulates embedded in a porous matrix. Journal of Contamination Hydrology 142–143:75-81
    6.  Facilitated transport of copper with hydroxyapatite nanoparticles in saturated sand. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:375-388
    7. Sistemas contables de gestión, Recursos comerciales y capital humano. Un análisis en el sector agroalimentario español. Agrociencia, Vol. 47 (1), pp. 87-99
    8. Análisis de las prácticas de control de gestión en el enoturismo: un estudio empírico en establecimientos hoteleros del sur de Galicia (España). Revista de Contabilidade do Mestrado em Ciências Contábeis da UERJ (online), Rio de Janeiro, v. 17, n.1, p. 32 - p. 49, jan./abril, 2012.
    9. Management control systems and ISO certification as resources to enhance internationalization and their effect on organizational performance. Agribusiness ISSN: 1520-6297.  DOI: 10.1002/agr.21300
    10. El efecto moderador de los sistemas contables de gestión sobre la relación entre el capital humano y la internacionalización. Revista Cuadernos de Contabilidad, 13 (32), 25-41. ISSN 0123-1472
    11. Análisis de las obligaciones en materia de cálculo de costes en las administraciones públicas españolas. Revista Cuadernos de Contabilidad, 13 (32), 203-22. ISSN 0123-1472
    12. La innovación en las empresas del sector agroalimentario ourensano. Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Vigo. Lugar de publicación: España, ISBN: 978-84-8158-558-2
    13. Effects of vegetation on chemical and mineralogical characteristics of soils developed on a decantation bank from a copper mine. Science of the Total Environmet. 421-422: 220-229. B. 
    14. The occurrence of hazardous volatile elements and nanoparticles in Bulgarian coal fly ashes and the effect on human health exposure. Science of the Total Environment Sci Total Environ 416: 513-526. 
    15. Applied investigation on the interaction of hazardous elements binding on ultrafine and nanoparticles in Chinese anthracite-derived fly ash. Science of the Total Environment  419:  250-264
    16. The tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana to the allelochemical protocatechualdehyde. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 31(3)
    17. The natural compound trans-chalcone induces programmed cell death in Arabidopsis thaliana roots. Plant, Cell and Environment 35: 1500-1517
    18. The major volatile organic compound emitted from Arabidopsis thaliana flowers, the sesquiterpene (E)-β-caryophyllene, is a defense against a bacterial pathogen. New Phytologist 193: 997–1008
    19. The early response of Arabidopsis thaliana to cadmium- and copper-induced stress. Environmental and Experimental Botany 78: 1– 9
    20. Early photosynthetic response of Arabidopsis thaliana to temperature and salt conditions. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 59: 677-685
    21. Eucalyptus globulus leaves incorporated as green manure for weed control in maize. Weed Science 61. DOI: 10.1614/WS-D-12-00056.1
    22. Cómo buscar bioherbicidas para la Agricultura Ecológica: del laboratorio al campo. ISBN 978-84-940245-3-5.
    23. Potencial bioherbicida de extractos de Ipomoea batatas sobre Portulaca oleracea y Amaranthus spinosus. ISBN 978-84-940245-3-5.
    24. Explotando la alelopatía de cultivos para la búsqueda de bioherbicidas naturales de origen vegetal. ISBN 978-84-940245-3-5.
    25. Potencial fertilizante y bioherbicida de distintos materiales de sotobosque en el cultivo de maíz. ISBN 978-84-940245-3-5.
    26. Role of allelopathy during the invasion process by alien invasive plants in terrestrial ecosystems. Allelopathy Journal 29(2):271–286.
    27. Role of allelopathy during the invasion process by alien invasive plants in terrestrial ecosystems. Allelopathy Journal 29(2):271–286. 2012
    28. Changes on the sensorial attributes of white wines with the application of new anti-mildew fungicides under critical agricultural practices. Food Chemistry, 130, 139-146
    29. Pattern recognition of three Vitis vinifera L. red grapes varieties based on anthocyanin and flavonol fingerprints, with correlations between their biosynthesis pathways. Food Chemistry, 130, 9-19
    30. Impact of phytosanitary treatments with new fungicides (cyazofamid, famoxadone, mandipropamid and valifenalate) to control downy mildew on the volatile profile of Godello white wines. Food Chemistry, 131, 826-836
    31. Surveillance of fungicidal dithiocarbamate residues in fruits and vegetables. Food Chemistry,134, 366-374
    32. Aroma potential of Brancellao grapes from different cluster positions. Food Chemistry,132(1), 112-124.
    33. Dynamic Headspace / GC-MS method for the characterization and control of the flavour fingerprint of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Food Control, 25(2), 684-695
    34. Active odorants in Mouraton grapes from shoulders and tips into the bunch. Food Chemistry, 133, 1362-1372
    35. Flavonoids in Gran Negro berries collected from shoulders and tips within the cluster, and comparison with Brancellao and Mouratón varieties. Food Chemistry, 133, 806-815.
    36. Feeds and corresponding footprints of residual polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls based on their constituents. Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds, 32, 248-264.
    37. Feed ingredients mainly contributing to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and polychlorinated biphenyl residues. Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds, 32, 280-295.
    38. Searching ingredients polluted by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in feeds due to atmospheric or pyrolytic sources. Food Chemistry,135(3), 2043-2051.
    39. Pre-industrial accumulation of anthropogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons found in a blanket bog of the Iberian Peninsula. Environmental Research,116, 36-43.
    40. Aroma profile of Garnacha Tintorera-based sweet wines by chromatographic and sensorial analyses. Food Chemistry,134, 2313-2325.
    41. Floral, spicy and herbaceous active odorants in Gran Negro berries from shoulders and tips into the cluster, and comparison with Brancellao and Mouratón varieties. Food Chemistry,135, 2771-2782.
    42. Anthocyanins and flavonols berries from Vitis vinifera L. cv. Brancellao separately collected from two different within the cluster. Food Chemistry,135, 47-56.
    43. Starch-derived cyclodextrins and their future in the food biopolymer industry. Starch-Based Polymeric Materials and Nanocomposites: Chemistry, Processing, and Applications. CRC Press (Print ISBN: 978-1-4398-5116-6, eBook ISBN: 978-1-4398-5117-3) pp 167-182 C. 
    44. Degradation of carbofuran and carbofuran-derivatives in presence of humic substances under basic conditions. Chemosphere, 89, 1267-1271
    45. Influence of Linear Aliphatic Alcohols upon the electric percolation of AOT-Based Microemulsions. Microemulsions -An introduction to properties and applications. InTech A. 
    46. Degradation of carbofuran derivatives in restricted water environments: basic hydrolysis in AOT-based microemulsions. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 372, 113-120
    47. Micelle catalyzed oxidative degradation of norfloxacin by chloramine-T. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 361-362, 1-11
    48. Prediction of surface tension of alcohol + water solutions using artificial neural networks. Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry, 5, 221-231
    49. Relative permitivity of carbon dioxide + ethanol mixtures prediction by means of artificial neural networks. Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry, 2, 388-400
    50. Organic reactivity in AOT-based microemulsions: pseudophase approach to transnitrosation reactions. Recent Trends in Surface and Colloid Science. Word Scientific. ISBN: 13 978-981-4299-41-1
    51. Basic hydrolysis of carburan in the presence of cyclodestrins, Supramolecular Chemistry, 201, 24, 399-405
    52. Influence prediction of small organic moleculas upon electrical percolation of AOT-based microemulsions using artificial neural networks, Tenside Surfactants Detergents, 49, 316-320
    53. Effects of feeding of two potentially probiotic preparations on the performance and faecal microflora of broiler chickens. The Scientific World JOURNAL, 1-9. DOI: 10.1100/2012/562635
    54. Evaluation of two bacteriocin-producing probiotic lactic acid bacteria as inoculants for controlling Listeria monocytogenes in grass and maize silages. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 175, 137-149  
    55. Modelling the ACE-inhibitory activity of peptides mixtures obtained from cheese whey hydrolysates by using concentration-response curves. Biotechnology Progress, 28, 1197-1206
    56. Modelling the effects of ageing time of starch on the enzymatic activity of three amylolytic enzymes.  TheScientificWorldJOURNAL,  1-13. DOI: 10.1100/2012/402439
    57. Some important criteria for presentation and analysis of data obtained from fermentation processes. Editorial Report. Fermentation Technology, 1, 1-2. DOI: 10.4172/2167-7972.1000E114
    58. Use of nanoparticulate poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) hydrogels for the controlled release of pimaricin in active packaging. Journal of Food Science 77, 21-28
    59. Lipases and esterases for extremophiles: overview and case study of the production and purification of an esterase from Thermus thermophiles HB27. Libro Lipases and Phospholipases: Methods and Applications. Humana Press. Volumen 861.  ISBN: 978-1-61779-599-2, pp. 239-266
    60. Strategies for low cost production and modelling of highly concentrated cultures of Lactobacillus casei CECT 4043. Libro: Lactobacillus: Classification, Uses and Health Implications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-62081-151-1. 
    61. Probiotic and health effects of Lactobacillus strains in humans . Libro: Lactobacillus: Classification, Uses and Health Implications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-62081-151-1.
    62. Study of the volatile compounds produced by Debaryomyces hansenii NRRL Y-7426 during the fermentation of detoxified concentrated distilled grape marc hemicellulosic hydrolysates. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology, 28, 3123-3134
    63. Effect of alkalis on konjac glucomannan gels for use as potential gelling agents in restructured seafood products. Food Hydrocolloids, 27, 145-153
    64. Thermostability analyses of glucomannan gels. Concentration influence. Food Hydrocolloids, 29, 85-92
    65. Influence of measurement temperature on the rheological and micro structural properties of glucomannan gels with different thermal histories. Food Research International, 48, 885–892
    66. Antimicrobial activity of D-3-phenyllactic acid produced by fed-batch process against Salmonella enterica. Food Control. ISSN: 0956-7135
    67. Effect of nutrient supplementation of crude or detoxified concentrated distilled grape marc hemicellulosic hydrolyzates on the xylitol production by Debaryomyces hansenii.  Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology. ISSN: 1082-6068
    68.  Decarboxylation of ferulic acid to 4-vinyl guaiacol by Streptomyces setonii.  Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. ISSN: 0273-2289
    69.  Coupling two sizes of CSTR-type bioreactors for sequential lactic acid and xylitol production from hemicellulosic hydrolysates of vineshoottrimmings.  New Biotechnology. ISSN: 1871-6784 
    70.  Purification of ferulic acid solubilized from agroindustrial wastes and further conversion into 4-vinyl guaiacol by Streptomyces setonii using solid state fermentation.  Industrial Crops and Products. ISSN: 0926-6690
    71.  Production of vinyl derivatives from alkaline hydrolysates of corn cobs by recombinant Escherichia coli containing the phenolic acid decarboxylase from Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 748.   Bioresource Technology. ISSN: 0960-8524
    72.  Bioprocess design for the microbial production of natural phenolic compounds by Debaryomyces hansenii.  Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. ISSN: 0273-2289
    73. The role of fermentation reactions in the generation of flavour and aroma of foods. In: Fermentation: Effects on Food Properties. Metha B., Kamal-Eldin, Iwanski (eds.). Pp. 51-88. CRC Press LLC, London, UK. ISBN 978-1-4398-5334-4
    74. Study of the Micrococcaceae and Staphylococcaceae throughout the manufacture of dry-cured lacón (a Spanish traditional meat product) made without or with additives. Journal of Food Research, 1, 200-211.
    75. Effect of the length of salting time on the proteolytic changes in dry-cured lacón during ripening and on the sensory characteristics of the final product. Food Control, 25, 789-796
    76. Los quesos gallegos: Perfiles sensoriales de los quesos artesanales tradicionales y de los quesos industriales actuales.ISBN: 978-84-8158-585-8. Servicio de Pubicaciones de la Universidad de Vigo
    77. Species of Staphylococcus and Bacillus isolated from Spanish traditional sausages as producers of biogenic amines. Frontiers in Food Microbiology, 3, 1-6
    78. Growth kinetics of heated Bacillus cereus in extracts acidified with different acidulants. Archiv für Lebensmittelhygiene, 63, 35-41
    79. Influence of inclusion of chestnuts in the finishing diet on fatty acid profile of dry-cured ham from Celta pig breed. Meat Science, 92, 394-399
    80. Influence of the salting time on volatile compounds during the manufacture of dry-cured pork shoulder “lacón”. Meat Science, 92, 627-634
    81. Los embutidos tradicionales gallegos: características bioquímicas y microbiológicas. Alimentación, Equipos y Tecnología, 270, 22-29.
    82. Characterization by chemical and sensory analysis of commercial grape marc distillate (Orujo) aged in oak wood. Journal of the Institute of Brewing. 118, 205-212
    83. Reometría dinámica aplicada al estudio de surimis elaborados por métodos distintos y con diversos ingredientes. Importancia de la conservación en estado congelado.  ISBN-13: 978-3-8473-5633-2. Editorial Académica Española. Lugar publicacion: Berlín.
    84. Queso San Simón da Costa (DOP). Estudio reológico y su relación con los parámetros bioquímicos : ISBN: 978-3-8484 -5731-1 Editorial Académica Española. Lugar publicacion: Berlín.
    85. Valorization of residual woody biomass (Olea europaea trimmings) based on aqueous fractionation. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 87(1): 87-94
    86. Potential of hydrothermal treatments in lignocellulose biorefineries. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 6(2): 219-232
    87. Optimization the soda-AQ process for cellulose pulp production and energy content of black liquor from L. leucocephala K360. Bioresource Technology 120: 173-179
    88. Bioethanol production from autohydrolyzed Eucalyptus globulus by Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation operating at high solids loading. Fuel 94: 305-312
    89. Biorefinery of olive pruning using various processes. Bioresource Technology 111: 301-307
    90. Hydrothermal treatment study of banana fruit. Afinidad 69(559): 191-196
    91. Extracting value-added products before pulping: Hemicellulosic ethanol from Eucalyptus globulus wood. Holzforschung 66(5): 591-599
    92. Airborne fungal succession in a rice field of Cuba. European Journal of Plant Pathology 133, 2012: 473–482
    93. Forecasting ARIMA models for atmospheric vineyard pathogens in Galicia and North Portugal: Botrytis cinerea spores. Annals of Agricultural Environmental Medicine 19, 2012: 155-262.
    94. Cladosporium airborne spore incidence in the environmental quality of the Iberian Peninsula.  Grana 51, 2012: 293-304
    95. Differentiation of Blossom Honey and Honeydew Honey from Northwest Spain. Agriculture 25, 2012: 25-37.
    96. Rheological behavior of different honey types from Romania . Food Research International 49, 2012: 126-132
    97. Aerobiological monitoring of Aspergillus/Penicillium spores during the potato storage.   Aerobiologia  28 , 2012: 213-219.
    98. Assessing Rubus honey value: Pollen and phenolic compounds content and antibacterial capacity.  Food Chemistry 130, 2012: 671-678.
    • 2011
    1. Adsorption and desorption kinetics of carbofuran in acid soils. Journal of Hazardous Materials 190: 159-167
    2. Influence of phosphorus on Cu sorption kinetics: stirred flow chamber experiments. Journal of Hazardous Materials  185(15) 220-226
    3. Air temperatures in a power line corridor over 10 years following afforestation with Eucalyptus globulus. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 10:281-290
    4. Influence of soluble copper on the electrokinetic properties and transport of copper oxychloride-based fungicide particles. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology  126:27-44
    5. Influence of the adjuvants in a commercial formulation of the fungicide “Switch” on the adsorption of their active ingredients: Cyprodinil and fludioxonil, on soils devoted to vineyard. Journal of Hazardous Materials 193:288-295
    6. Phosphorus effect on Zn adsorption-desorption kinetics in acid soils. Chemosphere 83 (7), pp. 1028-1034
    7. Transport behavior of humic acid-modified nano-hydroxyapatite in saturated packed column: Effects of Cu, ionic strength, and ionic composition. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 360(2): 398-407
    8. Zinc adsorption in acid soils. Influence of phosphate. Geoderma 162 (3-4), pp. 358-364
    9. Adsorption and desorption behaviour of metalaxyl in intensively cultivated acid soils. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 59:7286-7293.
    10. Bacterial pH-optima for growth track soil pH, but are higher than expected at low pH. SOIL BIOLOGY and BIOCHEMISTRY 43: 1569-1575
    11. Bacterial pollution induced community tolerance (PICT) to Cu and interactions with pH in long-term polluted vineyard soils. SOIL BIOLOGY and BIOCHEMISTRY 43: 2324-2331
    12. Facilitated transport of Cu with hydroxyapatite nanoparticles in saturated sand: Effects of solution ionic strength and composition, Water Research 45 (18) 5905-5915
    13. Early senescence induced by 2-3H-benzoxazolinone (BOA) in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Plant Physiology 168: 863-870.
    14. Imaging chlorophyll a fluorescence reveals specific spatial distributions under different stress conditions. Flora 206: 836-844.
    15. Allelopathic potential of Acacia melanoxylon R. Br. on the germination and root growth of native grasses. Weed Biology & Management 11: 18-28
    16. Benzoxazolin-2(3H)-one (BOA) induced changes in leaf water relations, photosynthesis and carbon isotope discrimination in Lactuca sativa. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry 49: 825-839
    17. Allelopathic interference of invasive Acacia dealbata Link on the physiological parameters of native understory species. Plant Ecology 212: 403-412
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