Ciriello, Michele
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 322
EU - Europa 216
AS - Asia 116
AF - Africa 30
SA - Sud America 3
Totale 687
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 315
IT - Italia 145
SG - Singapore 75
CI - Costa d'Avorio 23
CN - Cina 16
DE - Germania 13
FI - Finlandia 10
IE - Irlanda 9
VN - Vietnam 8
IN - India 7
CA - Canada 6
GB - Regno Unito 6
AT - Austria 5
PL - Polonia 5
SE - Svezia 5
CH - Svizzera 4
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 4
HK - Hong Kong 4
UA - Ucraina 4
CL - Cile 3
TN - Tunisia 3
BF - Burkina Faso 2
LU - Lussemburgo 2
NL - Olanda 2
PK - Pakistan 2
ZA - Sudafrica 2
GR - Grecia 1
HR - Croazia 1
IR - Iran 1
JP - Giappone 1
KR - Corea 1
MX - Messico 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 687
Città #
Chandler 75
Singapore 53
Ashburn 36
Naples 36
Lawrence 13
Millbury 13
Napoli 12
Boston 9
Des Moines 9
Ercolano 9
Dong Ket 8
Fairfield 8
Lappeenranta 7
Munich 7
Santa Clara 7
Arezzo 6
Giussano 5
Brno 4
Casoria 4
Guangzhou 4
Torre Annunziata 4
Calvizzano 3
Cantu 3
Genoa 3
Helsinki 3
Houston 3
Krakow 3
London 3
Menlo Park 3
Santiago 3
Seattle 3
Shanghai 3
Tunis 3
Washington 3
Wilmington 3
Zurich 3
Ahmedabad 2
Amsterdam 2
Ann Arbor 2
Bacoli 2
Baoding 2
Brescia 2
Dublin 2
Guiyang 2
Hong Kong 2
Johannesburg 2
Kronberg 2
Laurel 2
Livorno 2
Lucca 2
Luxembourg 2
Maletto 2
Marcianise 2
Milan 2
Ouagadougou 2
Portici 2
Pune 2
Rome 2
San Antonio 2
San Giorgio a Cremano 2
Saviano 2
Taranto 2
Torre Del Greco 2
Turin 2
Woodbridge 2
Zibo 2
Acerra 1
Arzano 1
Atripalda 1
Bari 1
Beijing 1
Boardman 1
Buffalo 1
Caivano 1
Canale Monterano 1
Cercola 1
Edinburgh 1
Florence 1
Frauenfeld 1
Hangzhou 1
Kolkata 1
Las Vegas 1
Los Angeles 1
Lumezzane 1
Mexico City 1
Mugnano di Napoli 1
Mumbai 1
Odesa 1
Padova 1
Phoenix 1
Piraeus 1
Pozzuoli 1
Redwood City 1
Richmond 1
Settimo Milanese 1
Slough 1
Tabriz 1
Taipei 1
Tokyo 1
Toronto 1
Totale 468
Nome #
Sweet basil functional quality as shaped by genotype and macronutrient concentration reciprocal action 49
Mars Regolith Simulant Ameliorated by Compost as In Situ Cultivation Substrate Improves Lettuce Growth and Nutritional Aspects 47
Genotype and Successive Harvests Interaction Affects Phenolic Acids and Aroma Profile of Genovese Basil for Pesto Sauce Production 35
Differential Response to NaCl Osmotic Stress in Sequentially Harvested Hydroponic Red and Green Basil and the Role of Calcium 32
Morpho-Physiological Responses and Secondary Metabolites Modulation by Preharvest Factors of Three Hydroponically Grown Genovese Basil Cultivars 26
Productive, Morpho-Physiological, and Postharvest Performance of Six Basil Types Grown in a Floating Raft System: A Comparative Study 26
Protein hydrolysate combined with hydroponics divergently modifies growth and shuffles pigments and free amino acids of carrot and dill microgreens 25
Dataset on the effects of anti-insect nets of different porosity on mineral and organic acids profile of cucurbita pepo l. Fruits and leaves 24
Divergent leaf morpho-physiological and anatomical adaptations of four lettuce cultivars in response to different greenhouse irradiance levels in early summer season 22
Trichoderma and Phosphite Elicited Distinctive Secondary Metabolite Signatures in Zucchini Squash Plants 22
Protein Hydrolysates from Animal or Vegetal Sources Affect Morpho-Physiological Traits, Ornamental Quality, Mineral Composition, and Shelf-Life of Chrysanthemum in a Distinctive Manner 21
Pearl grey shading net boosts the accumulation of total carotenoids and phenolic compounds that accentuate the antioxidant activity of processing tomato 21
Iodine biofortification of four microgreens species and its implications for mineral composition and potential contribution to the recommended dietary intake of iodine 20
Zinc biofortification of Genovese basil: Influence on mineral profile and estimated daily intake in adults and children 19
Volatiles Emitted by Three Genovese Basil Cultivars in Different Growing Systems and Successive Harvests 19
Brassicaceae genotype background dominates the qualitative and mineral profile of six microgreens species grown in controlled environment 19
Biostimulatory Action of Vegetal Protein Hydrolysate Compensates for Reduced Strength Nutrient Supply in a Floating Raft System by Enhancing Performance and Qualitative Features of “Genovese” Basil 19
Between Light and Shading: Morphological, Biochemical, and Metabolomics Insights Into the Influence of Blue Photoselective Shading on Vegetable Seedlings 18
Morpho-Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Hydroponically Grown Basil Cultivars to Salt Stress 18
Biostimulatory Action of a Plant-Derived Protein Hydrolysate on Morphological Traits, Photosynthetic Parameters, and Mineral Composition of Two Basil Cultivars Grown Hydroponically under Variable Electrical Conductivity 18
An appraisal of critical factors configuring the composition of basil in minerals, bioactive secondary metabolites, micronutrients and volatile aromatic compounds 17
Comparative analysis of aromatic and nutraceutical traits of six basils from Ocimum genus grown in floating raft culture 16
Microbial and Non-Microbial Biostimulants as Innovative Tools to Increase Macro and Trace Element Mineral Composition of Tomato and Spinach 16
Morpho-Anatomical, Physiological, and Mineral Composition Responses Induced by a Vegetal-Based Biostimulant at Three Rates of Foliar Application in Greenhouse Lettuce 16
Successive harvests modulate the productive and physiological behavior of three genovese pesto basil cultivars 16
Iodine-Biofortified Microgreens as High Nutraceutical Value Component of Space Mission Crew Diets and Candidate for Extraterrestrial Cultivation 16
Implications of Vegetal Protein Hydrolysates for Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Leafy Vegetables 15
Zinc biofortification of hydroponically grown basil: Stress physiological responses and impact on antioxidant secondary metabolites of genotypic variants 12
Combining microgreens cultivation and biostimulant application in hydroponic systems accentuate yield and visual quality of functional food 12
Substrate and fertigation management modulate microgreens production, quality and resource efficiency 11
Amelioration effects of plant-derived protein hydrolysates on growth and yield of four greenhouse lettuce cultivars 11
Salt-Induced Stress Impacts the Phytochemical Composition and Aromatic Profile of Three Types of Basil in a Genotype-Dependent Mode 11
Effects of daily light integral and photoperiod with successive harvests on basil yield, morpho-physiological characteristics, and mineral composition in vertical farming 9
Influence of genetic material, successive harvests and hydroponic cultivation on the yield and quality characteristics of ‘Genovese’ basil: an overview 6
Unravelling the biostimulant activity of a protein hydrolysate in lettuce plants under optimal and low N availability: a multi-omics approach 5
Plant biostimulants as natural alternatives to synthetic auxins in strawberry production: physiological and metabolic insights 5
An Appraisal of Nonmicrobial Biostimulants’ Impact on the Productivity and Mineral Content of Wild Rocket (Diplotaxis tenuifolia (L.) DC.) Cultivated under Organic Conditions 5
Hydropriming and plant-based protein hydrolysate biostimulants impact the primary and secondary metabolites of brassicaceous microgreens differentially 5
Adaptation of basil to salt stress: Molecular mechanism and physiological regulation 5
Microscale vegetable production through microgreens: genotype, spectral bandwidth and substrate implications for growth and quality 5
Current Acquaintance on Agronomic Biofortification to Modulate the Yield and Functional Value of Vegetable Crops: A Review 5
Unravelling the nexus of plant response to non-microbial biostimulants under stress conditions 4
Preharvest calcium application boosts the biostimulatory effect of protein hydrolysate by improving the postharvest life of gerbera cut flower 4
Copper boosts the biostimulant activity of a vegetal-derived protein hydrolysate in basil: morpho-physiological and metabolomics insights 3
Integrated multi-omic approach reveals the effect of a Graminaceae-derived biostimulant and its lighter fraction on salt-stressed lettuce plants 3
Plant protein hydrolysate and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi synergistically orchestrate eggplant tolerance to iodine supply: A two-year study 3
Totale 736
Categoria #
all - tutte 3.968
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 3.968


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2019/20207 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1
2020/202142 1 0 0 2 3 2 4 0 3 0 12 15
2021/2022106 10 0 11 9 0 14 4 2 1 10 14 31
2022/2023217 17 3 10 9 36 27 15 24 44 9 12 11
2023/2024292 16 31 15 16 36 21 18 32 18 14 42 33
2024/202572 72 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 736