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Pereira, C. S., Da Costa, D. S., Pereira, S., De Moura Nogueira, F., et al. (2008). Cardosins in postembryonic development of cardoon: Towards an elucidation of the biological function of plant aspartic proteinases. Protoplasma, 232(3-4), 203 - 213.
Marques, A. P. G. C., Oliveira, R. S., Samardjieva, K. A., Pissarra, J., et al. (2008). EDDS and EDTA-enhanced zinc accumulation by solanum nigrum inoculated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi grown in contaminated soil. Chemosphere, 70(6), 1002 - 1014.
Figueiredo, R., Duarte, P., Pereira, S., & Pissarra, J. (2006). The embryo sac of Cynara cardunculus: Ultrastructure of the development and localisation of the aspartic proteinase cardosin B. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 19(2), 93 - 101.
Samardjieva, K. A., Pissarra, J., Castro, P. M. L., & Tavares, F. (2011). Insights into phytoremediation solutions for environmental recovery. Recent Patents on Biotechnology, 5(1), 25 - 39.
Mayor, L., Pissarra, J., & Sereno, A. M. (2008). Microstructural changes during osmotic dehydration of parenchymatic pumpkin tissue. Journal of Food Engineering, 85(3), 326 - 339.
Duarte, P., Pissarra, J., & Moore, I. (2008). Processing and trafficking of a single isoform of the aspartic proteinase cardosin a on the vacuolar pathway. Planta, 227(6), 1255 - 1268.
Marques, A. P. G. C., Oliveira, R. S., Samardjieva, K. A., Pissarra, J., et al. (2007). Solanum nigrum grown in contaminated soil: Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on zinc accumulation and histolocalisation. Environmental Pollution, 145(3), 691 - 699.
Duarte, P., Figueiredo, R., Pereira, S., & Pissarra, J. (2006). Structural characterization of the stigma-style complex of Cynara cardunculus (Asteraceae) and immunolocalization of cardosins A and B during floral development. Canadian Journal of Botany, 84(5), 737 - 749.

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