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  1. Soil quality and fertility in sustainable agriculture + soil classification
  2. Ethylene and Sulfur Coordinately Modulate the Antioxidant System and ABA Accumulation in Mustard Plants under Salt Stress
  3. Plants are affected by soil environments.
  4. Halophile plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria induce salt tolerance traits in wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum L.)
  5. Root Traits and Architecture Affect Standard Litter Decomposition: A Comparative Study on Five Plant Species
  6. UV-C rays to simulate the exposition of photosynthetic organisms to solar radiation in space environments
  7. Nitric Oxide Cooperates With Auxin to Mitigate the Alterations in the Root System Caused by Cadmium and Arsenic
  8. Comparing the effects of soil fauna on litter decomposition and organic matter turnover in sustainably and conventionally managed olive orchards
  9. Mycoremediation effect of Trichoderma harzianum strain T22 combined with ozonation in diesel-contaminated sand
  11. How soil microbial biodiversity is modified by soil chemical parameters in differently managed olive orchards
  12. Converting Home Spaces Into Food Gardens At the Time of Covid-19 Quarantine: All the Benefits of Plants in This Difficult and Unprecedented Period
  13. Converting Home Spaces into Food Gardens at the Time of Covid-19 Quarantine: all the Benefits of Plants in this Difficult and Unprecedented Period
  14. Correction to: Converting Home Spaces into Food Gardens at the Time of Covid-19 Quarantine: all the Benefits of Plants in this Difficult and Unprecedented Period
  15. Soil Macrofauna: A key Factor for Increasing Soil Fertility and Promoting Sustainable Soil Use in Fruit Orchard Agrosystems
  16. Root−to−Shoot Signaling and Leaf Water−Use Efficiency in Peach Trees under Localized Irrigation
  17. A Standardized Method for Estimating the Functional Diversity of Soil Bacterial Community by Biolog® EcoPlatesTM Assay—The Case Study of a Sustainable Olive Orchard
  18. Yield parameters and antioxidant compounds of tomato fruit: the role of plant defence inducers with or without Cucumber mosaic virus infection
  19. Soil management type differentially modulates the metabolomic profile of olive xylem sap
  20. The metabolic and genetic diversity of soil bacterial communities depends on the soil management system and C/N dynamics: The case of sustainable and conventional olive groves
  21. Olive orchard microbiome: characterisation of bacterial communities in soil-plant compartments and their comparison between sustainable and conventional soil management systems
  22. Evaluation of the possible persistence of potential human pathogenic bacteria in olive orchards irrigated with treated urban wastewater
  23. Chitosan-elicited defense responses in Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV)-infected tomato plants
  24. Restoration of soil fertility and management of mineral nutrition in a peach orchard under a sustainable farming system in semi-arid conditions
  25. Antioxidant responses of edible and model plant species subjected to subtoxic zinc concentrations
  26. Impact of airborne zinc pollution on the antimicrobial activity of olive oil and the microbial metabolic profiles of Zn-contaminated soils in an Italian olive orchard
  27. The effect of polyethylene glycol-induced drought stress on photosynthesis, carbohydrates and cell membrane in Stevia rebaudiana grown in greenhouse
  28. Physiological and biochemical response of tomato plants treated with Trichoderma harzianum T-22 and infected by Cucumber mosaic virus
  29. Nutrient dynamics, soil properties and microbiological aspects in an irrigated olive orchard managed with five different management systems involving soil tillage, cover crops and compost
  30. The agro-ecosystemic benefits of sustainable management in an Italian olive grove
  31. Environmental factors influencing landfill gas biofiltration: Lab scale study on methanotrophic bacteria growth
  32. Characterization of biochemical factors affecting crop load in three olive cultivars
  33. The Arabidopsis thaliana Knockout Mutant for Phytochelatin Synthase1 (cad1-3) Is Defective in Callose Deposition, Bacterial Pathogen Defense and Auxin Content, But Shows an Increased Stem Lignification
  34. Microbial-based soil quality indicators in irrigated and rainfed soil portions of Mediterranean olive and peach orchards under sustainable management
  35. Cadmium and arsenic affect quiescent centre formation and maintenance in Arabidopsis thaliana post-embryonic roots disrupting auxin biosynthesis and transport
  36. Effects of UV-C radiation on common dandelion and purple coneflower: First results
  37. Plant architecture, auxin homeostasis and phenol content in Arabidopsis thaliana grown in cadmium- and zinc-enriched media
  38. Antioxidant, enzyme-inhibitory and antitumor activity of the wild dietary plant Muscari comosum (L.) Mill.
  39. Leaf biochemical responses and fruit oil quality parameters in olive plants subjected to airborne metal pollution
  40. Does irrigation method affect both root physiology and orchard ecology?
  41. Wild almond (Prunus scoparia L.) as potential oilseed resource for the future: Studies on the variability of its oil content and composition
  42. Ethylene and auxin interaction in the control of adventitious rooting inArabidopsis thaliana
  43. Root and leaf ABA concentration impact on gas exchange in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) plants subjected to partial root-zone drying
  44. Trichoderma harzianum T-22 Induces Systemic Resistance in Tomato Infected by Cucumber mosaic virus
  45. Catalase and ascorbate peroxidase—representative H2O2-detoxifying heme enzymes in plants
  46. Light spectrum affects growth and gas exchange of common dandelion and purple coneflower seedlings
  47. Biodegradation of carbamazepine and clarithromycin by Trichoderma harzianum and Pleurotus ostreatus investigated by liquid chromatography – high-resolution tandem mass spectrometry (FTICR MS-IRMPD)
  48. Drought stress and morphophysiological responses in plants
  49. Different agronomic and fertilization systems affect polyphenolic profile, antioxidant capacity and mineral composition of lettuce
  50. Editorial: Redox Homeostasis Managers in Plants under Environmental Stresses
  51. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity of polyphenolic extracts from Lactuca sativa (var. Maravilla de Verano ) under different farming methods
  52. Preharvest calcium applications improve postharvest quality of papaya fruits (Carica papayaL. cv. Eksotika II)
  53. Biodegradable pots for Poinsettia cultivation: Agronomic and technical traits
  54. Lipid metabolism and oxidation in plants subjected to abiotic stresses
  55. Correlations between morpho-anatomical changes and radial hydraulic conductivity in roots of olive trees under water deficit and rewatering
  56. Phyllosphere and carposphere bacterial communities in olive plants subjected to different cultural practices
  57. Ascorbate Peroxidase and Catalase Activities and Their Genetic Regulation in Plants Subjected to Drought and Salinity Stresses
  58. A new screening technique for studying plant response to metals
  59. Ultraviolet-B radiation or heat cause changes in photosynthesis, antioxidant enzyme activities and pollen performance in olive tree
  60. Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity and fast UHPLC–DAD–IT-TOF profiling of polyphenolic compounds extracted from green lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.; var. Maravilla de Verano)
  61. Sustainable Agricultural Practices in Disease Defence of Traditional Crops in Southern Italy: The Case Study of Tomato Cherry Protected by Trichoderma harzianum T-22 Against Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV)
  62. Lipids and proteins—major targets of oxidative modifications in abiotic stressed plants
  63. Beneficial effects of Trichoderma harzianum T-22 in tomato seedlings infected by Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV)
  64. Hormonal response and root architecture in Arabidopsis thaliana subjected to heavy metals
  65. A new start
  66. Cold-induced changes in antioxidant defenses and reactive oxygen species in eight wild almond species
  67. Sustainable Soil Management in Olive Orchards
  68. Soil microbial diversity and activity in a Mediterranean olive orchard using sustainable agricultural practices
  69. Growth Patterns of Tomato Plants Subjected to Two Non-conventional Abiotic Stresses: UV-C Irradiations and Electric Fields
  70. Control of Biotic and Abiotic Stresses in Cultivated Plants by the Use of Biostimulant Microorganisms
  71. Nutraceutical properties and polyphenolic profile of berry skin and wine of Vitis vinifera L. (cv. Aglianico)
  72. Correlation between hormonal homeostasis and morphogenic responses inArabidopsis thalianaseedlings growing in a Cd/Cu/Zn multi-pollution context
  73. Auxin and Cytokinin Metabolism and Root Morphological Modifications in Arabidopsis thaliana Seedlings Infected with Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) or Exposed to Cadmium
  74. Adaptive Decision Making and Intellectual Styles
  75. Chemical, Biochemical, and Microbiological Properties of Soils from Abandoned and Extensively Cultivated Olive Orchards
  76. Critical Thinking and Intellectual Style
  77. Decision Making in the Social Sciences
  78. Different root growth patterns of tomato seedlings grown hydroponically under an electric field
  79. Exogenous proline alleviates the effects of H2O2-induced oxidative stress in wild almond species
  80. Abscisic Acid and Biomass Partitioning in Tomato Under Salinity
  81. Stem and whole-plant hydraulics in olive (Olea europaea) and kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa)
  82. Toxic effects of four sulphonylureas herbicides on soil microbial biomass
  83. Berry morphology and composition in irrigated and non-irrigated grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.)
  84. Metal content of southern Italy honey of different botanical origins and its correlation with polyphenol content and antioxidant activity
  85. In situ olive mill residual co-composting for soil organic fertility restoration and by-product sustainable reuse
  86. Abscisic acid root and leaf concentration in relation to biomass partitioning in salinized tomato plants
  87. Direct effects of Trichoderma harzianum strain T-22 on micropropagated shoots of GiSeLa6® (Prunus cerasus×Prunus canescens) rootstock
  88. Biochemical and Functional Responses of Arabidopsis thaliana Exposed to Cadmium, Copper and Zinc
  89. Drought stress tolerance and photoprotection in two varieties of olive tree
  90. Sustainable Fruit Production in Mediterranean Orchards Subjected to Drought Stress
  91. Biodiversity
  92. Acclimation of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum, cv. Yangmai 13) to low levels of solar irradiance
  93. Salt stress induction of some key antioxidant enzymes and metabolites in eight Iranian wild almond species
  94. Anthocyanin composition and extractability in berry skin and wine of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Aglianico
  95. Trichoderma harzianum strain T-22 induces changes in phytohormone levels in cherry rootstocks (Prunus cerasus × P. canescens)
  96. Assessment of microbial pools by an innovative microbiological technique during the co-composting of olive mill by-products
  97. Regulation of the ascorbate-glutathione cycle in wild almond during drought stress
  98. Using Environmental Geostatistics for the Geochemical Characterization of Soils from the Polluted Site of National Interest of Tito (PZ – Italy)
  99. Genetic, Functional, and Metabolic Responses of Soil Microbiota in a Sustainable Olive Orchard
  100. Changes in composition and activity of soil microbial communities in peach and kiwifruit Mediterranean orchards under an innovative management system
  101. Regulation of the Ascorbate–Glutathione Cycle in Plants Under Drought Stress
  102. Photosynthetic performance and light response of two olive cultivars under different water and light regimes
  103. Shade effect on photosynthesis and photoinhibition in olive during drought and rewatering
  104. Persistence and effects of rotenone on oil quality in two Italian olive cultivars
  105. Changes in water status and osmolyte contents in leaves and roots of olive plants (Olea europaea L.) subjected to water deficit
  106. Effects of post-harvest regulated deficit irrigation on carbohydrate and nitrogen partitioning, yield quality and vegetative growth of peach trees
  107. Osmotic regulation in leaves and roots of olive trees during a water deficit and rewatering
  108. Net CO2 storage in mediterranean olive and peach orchards
  109. Influence of water deficit and rewatering on the components of the ascorbate–glutathione cycle in four interspecific Prunus hybrids
  110. Antioxidant defences in olive trees during drought stress: changes in activity of some antioxidant enzymes
  111. Lipoxygenase activity and proline accumulation in leaves and roots of olive trees in response to drought stress
  112. Effects of different irradiance levels on some antioxidant enzymes and on malondialdehyde content during rewatering in olive tree