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Marcelo Francisco Pompelli is a retired associate professor II at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). Graduated in Biological Sciences, Medical Sciences modality (Unochapecó – 1997), Master’s in Agricultural Biotechnology (UFSC – 2002), Ph.D. in Plant Physiology (UFV – 2008). He did Post-Doctorate in Plant Biochemistry (UFAL-2008) and in Plant Physiology (UFV-2019). He has over 20 years of experience in High School, Higher and Graduate. He has supervised several Scientific Initiation students, extension scholarship students, master’s and doctoral students and participated as a Post-Doctoral Supervisor. He has more than 70 scientific publications, such as internationally renowned scientific articles, books and book chapters. He works as a reviewer for more than 50 international journals and is a member of the Editorial Committee of Temas Agrários Journal, AMS Environmental Science, and Vegetos – Springer. Currently acts as Guest Editor in Sustainability – MDPI, coordinating the theme Global Climate Change: What Are We Doing to Mitigate Its Effects and as Guest Editor in Forest – MDPI coordinating the theme Climatic Regulation of Leaf, Cambial Phenology, Physiology, and Metabolism in Wood- and Semi-wood Plants.

Currently part of the Invepar research group at the Department of Agricultural Sciences at the University of Córdoba, Montería, Córdoba, Colombia.

He works as a researcher in the following lines of research:

  • Physiology of salt and water stress
  • Annual Vegetable Crops
  • Woody Plants Physiology 
  • Seed Germination and Dormancy Breaking
  • Arid, semi-arid and humid ecosystems such as Atlantic Forest and Caatinga

He was awarded in 2014 by the Fundação do Amparo a Ciência e Tecnologia (FACEPE) as the Best Work within the Biological Sciences theme, under the guidance of his student Ricardo Ferreira, and in 2016 he was awarded the highly cited Researchers award. 1% most cited Works awarded by Thomson Reuters Belgium.

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