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Mauricio Schoebitz

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    2021

  1. Romero-Román, M.E., Schoebitz, M., Fuentealba, J., García-Viguera, C., Belchí, M.D.L. 2021. Phenolic Compounds in Calafate Berries Encapsulated by Spray Drying: Neuroprotection Potential into the Ingredient. Antioxidants 10, 1830. doi: 10.3390/antiox10111830.
  2. López-Belchí, M.D., Caamaño, E.F., Pascual, G., Noriega, F., Fierro-Morales, P., Romero-Román, M.E., Jara, P., Schoebitz, M., Serra, I., Moreno, D.A. 2021. Spray-Dried Formulations Rich in Malvidin from Tintorera Grape Wastes: Characterization, Stability, and Storage. Processes 9, 518. doi: 10.3390/pr9030518
  3. Sharifi-Rad, J., Herrera-Bravo, J., Salazar, L.A., Shaheen, S., Ayatollahi, S.A., Kobarfard, F., Imran, M., Imran, A., Custódio, L., López, M.D., Schoebitz, M., Martorell, M., Kumar, M., Suleria, H.A., Cho, W.C. 2021. The Therapeutic Potential of Wogonin Observed in Preclinical Studies. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. vol. 2021, 9935451. doi: 10.1155/2021/9935451.
  4. Sharifi-Rad, J., Quispe, C., Herrera-Bravo, J., Semwal, P., Painuli, S., Özçelik, B., Hacıhasanoğlu, F.E., Shaheen, S., Sen, S., Acharya, K., Amirian, M., Salgado-Castillo, C.M., López, M.D., Schoebitz, M., Martorell, M., Goloshvili, T., Al-Harrasi, A., Al-Rawahi, A., Kumar, M., Suleria, H.A., Cho, W.C. 2021. Peganum spp.: A Comprehensive Review on Bioactivities and Health-Enhancing Effects and Their Potential for the Formulation of Functional Foods and Pharmaceutical Drugs. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity vol. 2021, 5900422. doi: 10.1155/2021/5900422.
  5. Romero-Román, M.E., Schoebitz, M., Bastías, R.M., Fernández, P.S., García-Viguera, C., López-Belchi, M.D. 2021. Native Species Facing Climate Changes: Response of Calafate Berries to Low Temperature and UV Radiation. Foods. 10, 196. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods10010196
  6. Salehi, B., Cruz-Martins, N., Butnariu, M., Sarac, I., Bagiu, I.C., Ezzat, S.M., Wang, J., Koay, A., Sheridan, H., Adetunji, C.O., Semwal, P., Schoebitz, M., Martorell, M., Sharifi-Rad, J. 2022 Hesperetin’s health potential: moving from preclinical to clinical evidence and bioavailability issues, to upcoming strategies to overcome current limitations. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. 62:16, 4449-4464, doi: 10.1080/10408398.2021.1875979.
  7. 2020

  8. Schoebitz, M., Castillo, D., Jorquera, M., Roldan, A. 2020. Responses of Microbiological Soil Properties to Intercropping at Different Planting Densities in an Acidic Andisol. Agronomy. 10, 781; doi:10.3390/agronomy10060781
  9. López, M. D., Illanes, M., Jara, P., Figueroa, I., Fischer, S., Wilckens, R., Serri, H., Schoebitz, M. 2020. Changes On Phenolic Compound Contents Under Different Production Systems Of Blueberries. Bioagro. 32(3), 169-178.
  10. 2019

  11. Schoebitz, M., López, M. D., Serrib, H., Aravena, V., Zagala, e., Roldánc, A. 2019. Characterization of Bioactive Compounds in Blueberry and Their Impact on Soil Properties in Response to Plant Biostimulants. Communications In Soil and Plant Analysis. 50 (19), 2482–2494. doi: 10.1080/00103624.2019.1667374
  12. 2018

  13. Mutumba, F. A., Zagal, E., Gerding, M., Castillo-Rosales, D., Paulino, L., Schoebitz, M. 2018. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for improved water stress tolerance in wheat genotypes. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 18 (4), 1080-1096.
  14. 2016

  15. Mengual, C., Schoebitz, M., Caravaca, F. y Roldan, A. 2016. Assessment of the potential role of Streptomyces strains in the revegetation of semiarid sites: the relative incidence of strain origin and plantation site on plant performance and soil quality indicators. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 52(1): 53-64.

    2014

  16. Mengual, C., Roldan, A., Caravaca, F. y Schoebitz, M. 2014. Advantages of inoculation with immobilized rhizobacteria versus amendment with olive-mill waste in the afforestation of a semiarid area with Pinus halepensisMill. Ecological Engineering. 73: 1-8.

  17. Mengual, C., Schoebitz, M., Azcon, R. y Roldán, A. 2014. Microbial inoculants and organic amendment improves plant establishment and soil rehabilitation under semiarid conditions. Journal of Environmental Management. 134:1-7.

  18. Curaqueo, G., Schoebitz, M., Borie, F., Caravaca, F. y Roldan, A. 2014.Inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and addition of composted olive-mill waste enhance plant establishment and soil properties in the regeneration of a heavy metal-polluted environment. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 21(12):7403-7412.

  19. Schoebitz, M., Mengual, C. y Roldan, A. 2014. Combined effects of clay immobilized Azospirillum brasilense and Pantoea dispersa and organic olive residue on plant performance and soil properties in the revegetation of a semiarid area Science of the Total Environment. 466-467: 67-73.

    2013

  20. Schoebitz, M., Lopez, M.D., Roldan, A. 2013. Bioencapsulation of microbial inoculants for better soil-plant fertilization. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 33(4):751-765.

  21. Schoebitz, M., Ceballos, C., Ciampi, L. 2013. Effect of immobilized phosphate solubilizing bacteria on wheat growth and phosphate uptake. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 13(1):1.10.

    2012

  22. Schoebitz, M., Simonin, H., Poncelet, D. 2012. Starch filler and osmoprotectants improve the survival of rhizobacteria in dried alginate beads. Journal of Microencapsulation. 29(6):532-538.

    2009

  23. Schoebitz, M., Ribaudo, C. M., Pardo, M. A., Cantore, M. L. Ciampi, L., Cura, J. A. 2009. Plant growth promoting properties of a strain of Enterobacter ludwigii isolated from Lolium perenne rhizosphere. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41: 1768-1774.