Batista Daniela

Daniela Batista

d5370@bio.uminho.pt

People Detail

Research Area : Biodiversity

Position : Former people

Qualifications

PhD in Molecular and Environmental Biology, with Speciality area in Evolution, Biodiversity and Ecology

Research

Main interests: Ecotoxicology, Nanoparticles, Plastics, Frehwaters ecosystems

Ongoing Projects

Junior Researcher in the project PTDC/BIA-BMA/30922/2017 “Effects of mixtures of emerging contaminants on aquatic ecosystems: a multi-level approach to biological organization”,

Publications

Daniela Batista; Cláudia Pascoal; Fernanda Cássio. "The Increase in
Temperature Overwhelms Silver Nanoparticle Effects on the Aquatic Invertebrate Limnephilus sp.". Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2020): https://doi.org/10.1002/etc.4738.

Daniela Batista; Ahmed Tlili; Mark O. Gessner; Cláudia Pascoal; Fernanda Cássio. "Nanosilver impacts on aquatic microbial decomposers and litter decomposition assessed as pollution-induced community tolerance (PICT)". Environmental Science: Nano (2020): https://doi.org/10.1039/D0EN00375A.

Daniela Batista; Cláudia Pascoal; Fernanda Cássio. "Temperature modulates AgNP impacts on microbial decomposer activity". Science of The Total Environment 601-602 (2017): 1324-1332. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.05.229.

Batista, D.; Pascoal, C.; Cássio, F.. "How do physicochemical properties influence the toxicity of silver nanoparticles on freshwater decomposers of plant litter in streams?". Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 140 (2017): 148-155.

Novais, A.; Batista, D.; Cássio, F.; Pascoal, C.; Sousa, R.. "Effects of invasive clam (Corbicula fluminea) die-offs on the structure and functioning of freshwater ecosystems". Freshwater Biology 62 (2017): 1908-1916.

Duarte, S.; Batista, D.; Bärlocher, F.; Cássio, F.; Pascoal, C.. "Some new DNA barcodes of aquatic hyphomycete species". Mycoscience 56 1 (2015): 102-108.

Batista, D.; Pascoal, C.; Cássio, F.. "Impacts of warming on aquatic decomposers along a gradient of cadmium stress". Environmental Pollution 169 (2012): 35-41.