Share This Author
Ethnobotanical study in the Madonie Regional Park (Central Sicily, Italy)--medicinal use of wild shrub and herbaceous plant species.
Effects of plant species in a horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland – phytoremediation of treated urban wastewater with Cyperus alternifolius L. and Typha latifolia L. in the West of Sicily…
Ethnobotanical investigation on wild medicinal plants in the Monti Sicani Regional Park (Sicily, Italy).
Biomolecular Characterization of Wild Sicilian Oregano: Phytochemical Screening of Essential Oils and Extracts, and Evaluation of Their Antioxidant Activities
- T. Tuttolomondo, Salvatore La Bella, G. Ruberto
- Chemistry, MedicineChemistry & biodiversity
- 1 March 2013
An extensive survey of wild Sicilian oregano was made, followed by taxonomic characterization from an agronomic perspective, and cluster analysis was used to divide the samples into homogeneous groups, to identify the best biotypes.
An Agronomic Evaluation of New Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) Germplasm for Seed and Oil Yields under Mediterranean Climate Conditions
- S. La Bella, T. Tuttolomondo, L. Lazzeri, R. Matteo, C. Leto, M. Licata
- 19 August 2019
Positive and significant relationships between seed/oil yield and other tested traits were found, and the interest of safflower for both food and non-food applications, offering interesting prospects in semi-arid regions is confirmed.
Water balance and pollutant removal efficiency when considering evapotranspiration in a pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland in Western Sicily (Italy)
Research focusing on plant performance in constructed wetlands and agronomic application of treated wastewater – A set of experimental studies in Sicily (Italy)
The aim of the study was to demonstrate that, under predetermined hydraulic and design conditions, the choice of plant species and the management of the vegetation can significantly affect the pollutant removal performance of constructed wetlands.
Popular uses of wild plant species for medicinal purposes in the Nebrodi Regional Park (North-Eastern Sicily, Italy).
Phytochemical, Ecological and Antioxidant Evaluation of Wild Sicilian Thyme: Thymbra capitata (L.) Cav.
In a broad survey conducted throughout the Sicily region, 45 different sites were identified where thyme grows wild. All the biotypes collected were classified as Thymbra capitata (L.) Cav. (syn.…
Composition and Variability of the Essential Oil of the Flowers of Lavandula stoechas from Various Geographical Sources
The essential oils of the three wild Sicilian populations of L. stoechas L. spp.