Silvia Celletti is a researcher in Agricultural Chemistry (AGR/13) at the Department of Life Sciences (DSV) of the University of Siena, involved in studying the use of biochar-based biofertilizers in viticulture and the analysis of the effects on the soil/plant system (VITICHAR project). She is member of the Study Commission of the Italian Society of Agricultural Chemistry (SICA, http://www.chimicagraria.it/organi_societari.php). She obtained her PhD at the University of Tuscia - Viterbo. Her main scientific activity focused on the study of physiological, biochemical, and molecular responses of plants to nutrient deficiencies. Furthermore, she worked on an EFRE-FESR funded project at the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, where she evaluated the solid and liquid fraction resulting from hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) process on different plants in soilless culture systems.
- Trentin, E., Cesco, S., Pii, Y., Valentinuzzi, F., Celletti, S., Feil, S.B., et al. (2022). Plant species and pH dependent responses to copper toxicity. ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY, 196 [10.1016/j.envexpbot.2022.104791]. - view more
- Fedeli, R., Vannini, A., Celletti, S., Maresca, V., Munzi, S., Cruz, C., et al. (2022). Foliar application of wood distillate boosts plant yield and nutritional parameters of chickpea, 1-8 [10.1111/aab.12794]. - view more
- Celletti, S., Bergamo, A., Benedetti, V., Pecchi, M., Patuzzi, F., Basso, D., et al. (2021). Phytotoxicity of hydrochars obtained by hydrothermal carbonization of manure-based digestate. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 280, 1-14 [10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111635]. - view more
- Celletti, S., Pii, Y., Valentinuzzi, F., Tiziani, R., Fontanella, M.c., Beone, G.m., et al. (2020). Physiological Responses to Fe Deficiency in Split-Root Tomato Plants: Possible Roles of Auxin and Ethylene?. AGRONOMY, 10(7) [10.3390/agronomy10071000]. - view more
- Zaccone, C., Schiavon, M., Celletti, S., & Miano, T. (2020). Selected Plant-Related Papers from the First Joint Meeting on Soil and Plant System Sciences (SPSS 2019)—“Natural and Human-Induced Impacts on the Critical Zone and Food Production”. PLANTS, 9(9) [10.3390/plants9091132]. - view more