Massimiliano Tattini
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Flavonoids as antioxidants in plants: location and functional significance
G Agati, E Azzarello, S Pollastri, M Tattini
Plant science 196, 67-76, 2012
Multiple functional roles of flavonoids in photoprotection
G Agati, M Tattini
The New Phytologist 186 (4), 786-793, 2010
Differential accumulation of flavonoids and hydroxycinnamates in leaves of Ligustrum vulgare under excess light and drought stress
M Tattini, C Galardi, P Pinelli, R Massai, D Remorini, G Agati
New Phytologist 163 (3), 547-561, 2004
Functional roles of flavonoids in photoprotection: new evidence, lessons from the past
G Agati, C Brunetti, M Di Ferdinando, F Ferrini, S Pollastri, M Tattini
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 72, 35-45, 2013
Flavonoids as antioxidants and developmental regulators: relative significance in plants and humans
C Brunetti, M Di Ferdinando, A Fini, S Pollastri, M Tattini
International journal of molecular sciences 14 (2), 3540-3555, 2013
Multiple functional roles of anthocyanins in plant-environment interactions
M Landi, M Tattini, KS Gould
Environmental and Experimental Botany 119, 4-17, 2015
Stress-induced flavonoid biosynthesis and the antioxidant machinery of plants
A Fini, C Brunetti, M Di Ferdinando, F Ferrini, M Tattini
Plant Signaling & Behavior 6 (5), 709-711, 2011
Flavonols: old compounds for old roles
S Pollastri, M Tattini
Annals of botany 108 (7), 1225-1233, 2011
Chloroplast‐located flavonoids can scavenge singlet oxygen
G Agati, P Matteini, A Goti, M Tattini
New Phytologist 174 (1), 77-89, 2007
The biosynthesis of flavonoids is enhanced similarly by UV radiation and root zone salinity in L. vulgare leaves
G Agati, S Biricolti, L Guidi, F Ferrini, A Fini, M Tattini
Journal of plant physiology 168 (3), 204-212, 2011
Flavonoids accumulate in leaves and glandular trichomes of Phillyrea latifolia exposed to excess solar radiation
M Tattini, E Gravano, P Pinelli, N Mulinacci, A Romani
The New Phytologist 148 (1), 69-77, 2000
Analysis of leaf water relations in leaves of two olive (Olea europaea) cultivars differing in tolerance to salinity
R Gucci, L Lombardini, M Tattini
Tree physiology 17 (1), 13-21, 1997
Growth, gas exchange and ion content in Olea europaea plants during salinity stress and subsequent relief
M Tattini, R Gucci, MA Coradeschi, C Ponzio, JD Everard
Physiologia Plantarum 95 (2), 203-210, 1995
Salinity tolerance in olive
R Gucci, M Tattini
Horticultural Reviews, Janick, J.,(ed.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: Oxford, UKá…, 2010
Mesophyll distribution of ‘antioxidant’ flavonoid glycosides in Ligustrum vulgare leaves under contrasting sunlight irradiance
G Agati, G Stefano, S Biricolti, M Tattini
Annals of Botany 104 (5), 853-861, 2009
Flavonoids as antioxidants in plants under abiotic stresses
MD Ferdinando, C Brunetti, A Fini, M Tattini
Abiotic stress responses in plants, 159-179, 2012
Antioxidant activity of galloyl quinic derivatives isolated from P. lentiscus leaves
MC Baratto, M Tattini, C Galardi, P Pinelli, A Romani, F Visioli, R Basosi, ...
Free radical research 37 (4), 405-412, 2003
Identification and quantification of galloyl derivatives, flavonoid glycosides and anthocyanins in leaves of Pistacia lentiscus L.
A Romani, P Pinelli, C Galardi, N Mulinacci, M Tattini
Phytochemical Analysis: An International Journal of Plant Chemical andá…, 2002
On the role of flavonoids in the integrated mechanisms of response of Ligustrum vulgare and Phillyrea latifolia to high solar radiation
M Tattini, L Guidi, L Morassi‐Bonzi, P Pinelli, D Remorini, ...
New Phytologist 167 (2), 457-470, 2005
Identification and quantitation of polyphenols in leaves ofMyrtus communis L.
A Romani, P Pinelli, N Mulinacci, FF Vincieri, M Tattini
Chromatographia 49 (1), 17-20, 1999
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