- Research Grants
graduate at Licenciatura em Química from Universidade de São Paulo (2006), graduate at Bacharel em Química from Universidade de São Paulo (2006) and master's at Chemistry from Universidade de São Paulo (2009). Has experience in Chemistry, acting on the following subjects: produtos naturais, espectrometria de massas, bioensaios and bioherbicidas. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The continuous pressure on food production due to population growth and awareness of the need to practice ecologically safe methods of food production will require the development of new insecticides that allow the practice of sustainable agriculture. This fact highlights the importance of exploitation of new niches with potential for production of bioactive natural molecules that can b...
Insects are well known organisms by their abundance and correspond to more than half of the biological diversity in Earth. The species richness and the diversity of modes of life of insects are a result of a series of adaptations during their evolutionary history, but the diversification in their life histories were quite influenced by their association with symbiotic microorganisms. In...
Microorganisms present the ability to produce numerous biologically active compounds of proven value to human and veterinary medicine and agriculture. The use of microorganisms isolated in unexplored niches stands out as a promising strategy for the identification of new metabolites. One of such niches is represented by insect-associated bacterial symbionts. Due to difficulties in the i...
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