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Ângela Filipa Almeida Lourenço Vieira
Estudante de Doutoramento

Master in Plants Biodiversity and Biotechnology by the University of the Açores, being at this time a PhD student in Biology at the same establishment, with the thesis project "Changes in plant and soil microbial taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity along gradients of land management intensity in Azorean grasslands and forests".

Collaborator of the project BIOINVENT - Generic bio-inventory of functional soil microbial diversity in permanent grassland ecosystems across management and climate gradients, BiodivERsA3.

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Vieira, A.F., Moura, M. & Silva, L. (2021). Soil metagenomics in grasslands and forests – A review and bibliometric analysis, 167, 104047-104047, .
Vieira, A.F., Dias, E.F. & Moura, M. (2018). Geography, geology and ecology influence population genetic diversity and structure in the endangered endemic Azorean Ammi (Apiaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution, 304, 163-176.
Romeiras, M.M., Vieira, A., Silva, D.N., Moura, M., Santos-Guerra, A., Batista, D., et al. (2016). Evolutionary and Biogeographic Insights on the Macaronesian Beta-Patellifolia Species (Amaranthaceae) from a Time-Scaled Molecular Phylogeny. Plos One, 11.