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DISPAA Dipartimento di Scienze delle Produzioni Agroalimentari e dell'Ambiente

pubblicazioni

Dott. Werther Guidi Nissim

Articoli scientifici su riviste internazionali

  1. Taiti C., Costa C., Guidi Nissim W., Bibbiani S., Azzarello E., Masi E., Pandolfi C.,Pallottino F., Menesatti P., Mancuso S. “Assessing VOC emission by different wood cores using the PTR-ToF-MStechnology” Wood Science and Technology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00226-016-0866-5  in press
  2. Guidi Nissim W, Labrecque M., (2016) "Planting microcuttings: an innovative method for establishing a willow vegetation cover". Ecological Engineering, 91(1): 472–476
  3. Brereton N., Gonzalez E., Marleau J., Guidi Nissim W., Labrecque M., Joly S., Pitre F. (2016) “Comparative transcriptomic approaches exploring contamination stress tolerance in Salix sp. reveal the importance for a metaorganismal de novo assembly approach for non-model plants”. Plant Physiology, 171: 3-24
  4. Atzori, G., Guidi Nissim W., Caparrotta S., Vignolini P., Masi E., Azzarello E., Pandolfi C., Gonnelli C., Mancuso S. (2016) “Potential and constraints of different seawater and freshwater blends as growing media for three vegetable crops”, Agricultural Water Management, 176: 255-262
  5. Bazihizina, N., C. Taiti, N. Serre, C. Nocci, F. Spinelli, Guidi Nissim W., E. Azzarello, L. Marti, M. Redwan, C. Gonnelli and S. Mancuso, (2016)“Awaiting better times: A quiescence response and adventitious root primordia formation prolong survival under cadmium stress in Tetradenia riparia (Hochst.) Codd”. Environmental and Experimental Botany 130: 1-10.
  6. Desjardins D., Pitre F. E., Guidi Nissim W., Labrecque M. (2016) Differential uptake of silver, copper and zinc suggests complementary species-specific phytoextraction potential” International Journal of Phytoremediation, 18 (6): 598-604. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15226514.2015.1086296
  7. Guidi Nissim W., Hasbroucq S., Kadri H, Pitre F.E., Labrecque M. (2015) “Potential of selected Canadian plant species for phytoextraction of trace elements from selenium-rich soil contaminated by industrial activity”. International Journal of Phytoremediation, 17(8): 745-752
  8. Gonzalez E., Brereton N.J.B., Marleau J., Guidi Nissim W., Labrecque M., Pitre F.E., Joly S. (2015) “Meta-transcriptomics indicates biotic cross-tolerance in willow trees cultivated on petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil”. BMC Plant Biology, 15: 246-264.
  9. Guidi Nissim W., Jerbi A., Lafleur B., Fluet R., Labrecque M. (2015) “Willows for the treatment of municipal wastewater: long-term performance under different irrigation rates”.Ecological Engineering 81: 395-404.
  10. Grenier V., Pitre, F.E., Guidi Nissim W., Labrecque M. (2015) “Genotypic differences explain most of the response of willow cultivars to petroleum-contaminated soil”. Trees - Structure and Function, 29(3): 871-881.
  11. Jerbi A., Guidi Nissim W., Fluet R., Labrecque M. (2015) “Willow root development and morphology changes under different irrigation and fertilization regimes in a vegetation filter” BioEnergy Research, 8(2): 775–787
  12. Pitre F.E., Cooke J.E.K., Caron S., Al Kayal W., Ouellet M., K. W. Lam, Guidi Nissim W, MacKay J.J. (2014) “Identification of Short Term Nitrogen-Responsive Genes in Poplar Roots”. Plant Roots. 8: 42-54
  13. Desjardins D., Guidi Nissim W., Pitre F.E., Naud A., Labrecque M. (2014) “Distribution patterns of spontaneous vegetation and pollution at a former decantation basin in southern Québec, Canada”. Ecological Engineering 64: 385–390.
  14. Guidi Nissim W., Pitre F.E., Kadri H., Desjardins D., Labrecque M. (2014) “Early response of willow to increasing silver concentration exposure”. International Journal of Phytoremediation, 16:(7-8) 660-670
  15. Guidi Nissim W., Voicu A., Labrecque M. (2014) “Willow short-rotation coppice for treatment of polluted groundwater”. Ecological Engineering, 62:102-114
  16. Guidi Nissim W., Pitre F.E., Teodorescu T.I., Labrecque M. (2013) “Long-term biomass productivity of bioenergy plantations maintained in southern Quebec, Canada”. Biomass and Bioenergy, 56(1):361–369
  17. Lockwell J., Guidi W., Labrecque M. (2012) “Soil carbon sequestration potential of willows in short-rotation coppice established on abandoned farm lands”. Plant and Soil, 360(1):299-318
  18. Guidi W., Kadri H., Labrecque L. (2012) “Establishment techniques to using willow for phytoremediation on a former oil refinery in southern-Quebec: achievements and constraints”. Chemistry and Ecology, 28(1):49-64.
  19. Teodorescu T.I., Guidi W., Labrecque M. (2011) “The use of non-dormant rods as planting material: a new approach to establishing willow for environmental applications”. Ecological Engineering, 37 (9):1430-1433.
  20. Fillion M., Brisson J., Guidi W., Labrecque M. (2011) “Increasing phosphorus removal in willow and poplar vegetation filters using arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi”. Ecological Engineering, 37 (2): 199-205.
  21. Nassi o Di Nasso N., Guidi W., Ragaglini G., Tozzini C., Bonari E. (2010) “Biomass production and energy balance of a twelve-year-old short-rotation coppice poplar stand under different cutting cycles”. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 2 (2):89–97.
  22. Guidi W., Labrecque M. (2010) “Effects of high water supply on growth, water use and nutrient allocation in willow and poplar grown in a one-year pot trial”. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 207 (1-4):85-101
  23. Guidi W., Tozzini C., Bonari E. (2009) “Estimation of chemical traits in poplar short-rotation coppice at stand level”. Biomass and Bioenergy, 33 (12):1703-1709
  24. Pistocchi C., Guidi W., Piccioni E., Bonari E. (2009) "Water requirements of poplar and willow vegetation filters grown in lysimeters under Mediterranean conditions. Results of the second rotation”. Desalination, 246 (1):138-147.
  25. Guidi W., Piccioni E., Bonari E. (2008) “Evapotranspiration and crop coefficient of poplar and willow short-rotation coppice used as vegetation filter”. Bioresource Technology, 99 (11):4832-4840.
  26. Guidi W., Piccioni E., Ginanni M. Bonari E., (2008) “Bark content estimation in poplar (Populus deltoides L.) short-rotation coppice in Central Italy”. Biomass and Bioenergy, 32 (6):518-524.

 

Capitoli di libro

  1. Guidi W, Pitre F.E, Labrecque M. (2013) “Short-rotation coppice of willows for the production of biomass in Eastern Canada”. In: Matovic M.D. (Eds), Biomass Now - Sustainable Growth and Use. pp 421-448. InTech ISBN 978-953-51-1105-4.
  2. E. Bonari, G. Ragaglini, Guidi W., R. Villani. (2009) “Potenzialità per la realizzazione di un impianto a biomasse nelle zone di pianura antistanti il centro urbano di Grosseto”. Conoscenza, innovazione & sviluppo. Un futuro possibile per il sistema-territorio della Provincia di Grosseto. pp. 139-164 Isgrec Edizioni - ISBN: 9788890359019.
  3. Bonari E., Picchi G., Guidi W., Piccioni E., Fraga A., Villani R., Ginanni M., (2004) “Le colture da energia” in: “Le colture dedicate ad uso energetico: il progetto Bioenergy Farm” . AAVV, Quaderno ARSIA 6, Firenze: 29-78. ISBN:88-8595-063-8

 

Articoli divulgativi

  1. Pitre F.E., Guidi Nissim W. (2015) “Potager an eau salée” Quatre Temps 39-4.
  2. Guidi Nissim W. “L’uso delle piante nella lotta al degrado ambientale: le fitotecnologie” (2015). Quaderni delle Campora, 7:21-28
  3. Guidi Nissim W., Labrecque M. (2012) “Le potenzialità del salice nel controllo del degrado ambientale. L’esperienza canadese nell’ambito delle fitotecnologie”. Sherwood, 184:40-45.
  4. Guidi W., Bonari E. (2008) “Cedui a turno breve e fitodepurazione.Un’opzione per incrementare i benefici ambientali delle colture da biomassa”., Sherwood, 145: 31-35.
  5. AA.VV. (2006) “Rapporto sullo stato delle Foreste in Toscana. ARSIA”, Sherwood n.124 supplemento n.2: 52-60.

 


 
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