Evgenios Agathokleous
Evgenios Agathokleous
Other namesEugenios Agathokleous
Professor, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology (NUIST)
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Amplified ozone pollution in cities during the COVID-19 lockdown
P Sicard, A De Marco, E Agathokleous, Z Feng, X Xu, E Paoletti, ...
Science of the Total Environment 735, 139542, 2020
Urban population exposure to air pollution in Europe over the last decades
P Sicard, E Agathokleous, A De Marco, E Paoletti, V Calatayud
Environmental Sciences Europe 33, 1-12, 2021
Ozone affects plant, insect, and soil microbial communities: A threat to terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity
E Agathokleous, Z Feng, E Oksanen, P Sicard, Q Wang, CJ Saitanis, ...
Science Advances 6 (33), eabc1176, 2020
Should we see urban trees as effective solutions to reduce increasing ozone levels in cities?
P Sicard, E Agathokleous, V Araminiene, E Carrari, Y Hoshika, ...
Environmental pollution 243, 163-176, 2018
Hormesis: a compelling platform for sophisticated plant science
E Agathokleous, M Kitao, EJ Calabrese
Trends in plant science 24 (4), 318-327, 2019
Chlorophyll hormesis: are chlorophylls major components of stress biology in higher plants?
E Agathokleous, ZZ Feng, J Pe˝uelas
Science of the Total Environment 726, 138637, 2020
Hormesis: Highly generalizable and beyond laboratory
E Agathokleous, M Kitao, EJ Calabrese
Trends in Plant Science 25 (11), 1076-1086, 2020
Environmental hormesis, a fundamental non-monotonic biological phenomenon with implications in ecotoxicology and environmental safety
E Agathokleous
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 148 (C), 1042–1053, 2018
Hormesis: The dose response for the 21st century: The future has arrived
E Agathokleous, EJ Calabrese
Toxicology 425, 152249, 2019
The two faces of nanomaterials: A quantification of hormesis in algae and plants
E Agathokleous, ZZ Feng, I Iavicoli, EJ Calabrese
Environment International 131, 105044, 2019
Does the root to shoot ratio show a hormetic response to stress? An ecological and environmental perspective
E Agathokleous, RG Belz, M Kitao, T Koike, EJ Calabrese
Journal of Forestry Research 30 (5), 1569-1580, 2019
Ozone weekend effect in cities: Deep insights for urban air pollution control
P Sicard, E Paoletti, E Agathokleous, V Araminienė, C Proietti, F Coulibaly, ...
Environmental Research 191, 110193, 2020
Ozone pollution threatens the production of major staple crops in East Asia
Z Feng, Y Xu, K Kobayashi, L Dai, T Zhang, E Agathokleous, V Calatayud, ...
Nature Food 3 (1), 47-56, 2022
A global environmental health perspective and optimisation of stress
E Agathokleous, EJ Calabrese
Science of the Total Environment 704, 135263, 2020
Predicting the effect of ozone on vegetation via linear non-threshold (LNT), threshold and hormetic dose-response models
E Agathokleous, RG Belz, V Calatayud, A De Marco, Y Hoshika, M Kitao, ...
Science of the total environment 649, 61-74, 2019
Micro/nanoplastics effects on organisms: a review focusing on ‘dose’
E Agathokleous, I Iavicoli, D Barcelˇ, EJ Calabrese
Journal of hazardous materials 417, 126084, 2021
Estimating the range of the maximum hormetic stimulatory response
EJ Calabrese, E Agathokleous, WJ Kozumbo, EJ Stanek III, D Leonard
Environmental research 170, 337-343, 2019
Trends in urban air pollution over the last two decades: A global perspective
P Sicard, E Agathokleous, SC Anenberg, A De Marco, E Paoletti, ...
Science of The Total Environment 858, 160064, 2023
Forest expansion dominates China’s land carbon sink since 1980
Z Yu, P Ciais, S Piao, RA Houghton, C Lu, H Tian, E Agathokleous, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 5374, 2022
Environmental hormesis and its fundamental biological basis: Rewriting the history of toxicology
E Agathokleous, M Kitao, EJ Calabrese
Environmental research 165, 274-278, 2018
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