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  • Unlocking the Hidden Genetic Diversity of Varicosaviruses, the Neglected Plant Rhabdoviruses 

    Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Dietzgen, Ralf G.; Debat, Humberto Julio (MDPI, 2022-09-29)
    The genus Varicosavirus is one of six genera of plant-infecting rhabdoviruses. Varicosaviruses have non-enveloped, flexuous, rod-shaped virions and a negative-sense, single-stranded RNA genome. A distinguishing feature of ...
  • A South American Mouse Morbillivirus Provides Insight into a Clade of Rodent-Borne Morbilliviruses 

    Debat, Humberto Julio (MDPI, 2022-10-29)
    Morbilliviruses are negative-sense single-stranded monosegmented RNA viruses in the family Paramyxoviridae (order Mononegavirales). Morbilliviruses infect diverse mammals including humans, dogs, cats, small ruminants, ...
  • Advances in the etiology of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam) yellow curling disease in Argentina 

    Flamarique, Sofía Solange; Vilanova Perez, Antonella; Luque, Andres Vicente; Rodriguez Pardina, Patricia; Di Feo, Liliana Del Valle (Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, 2022-11-08)
    Sweet potato yellow curling (YC), the most severe disease of sweet potato detected in Argentina, causes symptoms and damage to sweet potato crops in all cultivated regions. Since 2010/11, the presence of four viruses has ...
  • First report of Xanthomonas prunicola causing bacterial leaf streaks on wheat in Argentina 

    Martino, Julia Andrea; Fernandez, Franco Daniel; Pozzi, Elizabeth Alicia; Alberione, Enrique Javier; Bainotti, Carlos Tomas; Marquez, Nathalie; Tolocka, Patricia; Salines, Nicolas; Gomez, Dionisio Tomas; Donaire, Guillermo Manuel; Conci, Luis Rogelio; Alemandri, Vanina Maria (American Phytopathological Society, 2022-06-13)
    Since 2018, bacterial-like symptoms, such as leaf streaks were observed on wheat plants (Triticum aestivum L.) in Córdoba province in Argentina, with 1 to 5% of disease incidence. Samples of wheat stem and spike collected ...
  • Examples of Risk Tools for Pests in Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) Developed for Five Countries Using Microsoft Excel 

    Jordan, David L.; Buol, Greg S; Brandenburg, Rick L; Reisig, Dominic; Nboyine, Jerry; Abudulai, Mumuni; Oteng-Frimpong, Richard; Brandford Mochiah, Moses; Asibuo, James Y.; Arthur, Stephen; Paredes, Juan Andrés; Monguillot, Joaquín Humberto; Rhoads, James (Entomological Society of America, 2022-08-03)
    Suppressing pest populations below economically-damaging levels is an important element of sustainable peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) production. Peanut farmers and their advisors often approach pest management with similar ...
  • An Unwanted Association: The Threat to Papaya Crops by a Novel Potexvirus in Northwest Argentina 

    Cabrera Mederos, Dariel; Debat, Humberto Julio; Torres, Carolina; Portal, Orelvis; Jaramillo Zapata, Margarita; Trucco, Veronica Milagros; Flores, Ceferino Rene; Ortiz, Claudio Manuel; Badaracco, Alejandra; Acuña, Luis Eduardo; Nome Docampo, Claudia; Quito-Avila, Diego; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Castellanos Collazo, Onias; Sánchez-Rodríguez, Aminael; Giolitti, Fabian (MDPI, 2022-10-19)
    An emerging virus isolated from papaya (Carica papaya) crops in northwestern (NW) Argentina was sequenced and characterized using next-generation sequencing. The resulting genome is 6667-nt long and encodes five open reading ...
  • Quantifying the negative impact of clinical diseases on productive and reproductive performance of dairy cows in central Argentina 

    Masia, F.; Molina, G.; Vissio, C.; Balzarini, Mónica Graciela; De la Sota, Rodolfo Luzbel; Piccardi, Mónica Belén (Elsevier, 2022-03-15)
    In dairy herds, cattle experience different health disorders, and their occurrence during lactation may cause important economic losses. The systematic analysis of productive and health records allows us to identify the ...
  • Mycoparasitic Trichoderma isolates as a biocontrol agent against Valsa ceratosperma, the causal agent of apple valsa canker 

    Valetti, Lucio; Bernanrdi Lima, Nelson; Cazon, Luis Ignacio; Crociara, Clara Sonia; Ortega, Leandro Ismael; Pastor, Silvina Estela (Springer, 2022-05-27)
    Apple valsa canker, caused by the fungus Valsa ceratosperma, is one of the most destructive diseases of this crop. Conventional fungicide treatments are not effective enough; therefore, it is necessary to develop alternatives ...
  • Evolution of SARS-CoV-2 during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in Northwestern Argentina 

    Zambrana Montaño, Romina; Culasso, Andrés Carlos Alberto; Fernandez, Franco Daniel; Marquez, Nathalie; Debat, Humberto Julio; Salmerón, Mariana; Zamora, Ana María; Ruíz de Huidobro, Gustavo; Costas, Dardo; Alabarse, Graciela; Charre, Miguel Alejandro; Fridman, Ariel David; Mamani, Claudia; Vaca, Fabiana; Maza Diaz, Claudia; Raskovsky, Viviana; Lavaque, Esteban; Lesser, Veronica; Cajal, Pamela; Agüero, Fernanda; Calvente, Cintia; Torres, Carolina; Viegas, Mariana (Elsevier, 2022-09-28)
    Studies about the evolution of SARS-CoV-2 lineages in different backgrounds such as naive populations are still scarce, especially from South America. This work aimed to study the introduction and diversification pattern ...
  • An in silico analysis revealed a novel evolutionary lineage of putative mitoviruses 

    Jacquat, Andrés Gustavo; Ulla, Sofía Belén; Debat, Humberto Julio; Muñoz-Adalia, Emigdio Jordán; Theumer, Martín Gustavo; García Pedrajas, M. Dolores; Dambolena, José Sebastián (Wiley, 2022-09-09)
    Mitoviruses (family Mitoviridae) are small capsid-less RNA viruses that replicate in the mitochondria of fungi and plants. However, to date, the only authentic animal mitovirus infecting an insect was identified as Lutzomyia ...
  • Recommendations for empowering early career researchers to improve research culture and practice 

    Kent, Brianne A.; Holman, Constance; Amoako, Emmanuella; Antonietti, Alberto; Azam, James M.; Ballhausen, Hanne; Bediako, Yaw; Belasen, Anat M.; Carneiro, Clarissa F. D.; Chung Chen, Yen; Debat, Humberto Julio; Weissgerber, Tracey L. (Plos ONE, 2022-07-07)
    Early career researchers (ECRs) are important stakeholders leading efforts to catalyze systemic change in research culture and practice. Here, we summarize the outputs from a virtual unconventional conference (unconference), ...
  • A glimpse into the DNA virome of the unique “living fossil” Welwitschia mirabilis 

    Debat, Humberto Julio; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban (Elsevier, 2022-08-10)
    Here, we report the identification and characterization of four novel DNA viruses from Welwitschia mirabilis transcriptomic and genomic datasets. Complete circular virus-like sequences with affinity to members of ...
  • Development of a soil quality index for sequences with different levels of land occupation using soil chemical, physical and microbiological properties 

    Serri, Dannae Lilia; Perez Brandan, Carolina; Meriles, Jose Manuel; Salvagiotti, Fernando; Bacigaluppo, Silvina; Malmantile, Alberto; Vargas Gil, Silvina (Elsevier, 2022-08-04)
    The sustainable intensification of agricultural systems through crop rotations and/or the use of winter service crops can contribute to the diversification of the systems. This alteration of the surface layer creates ...
  • Diversity and epidemiology of plant rhabdoviruses 

    Dietzgen, Ralf G.; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Goodin, Michael M.; Higgins, Colleen M.; Huot, Ordom B.; Kondo, Hideki; Martin, Kathleen M.; Whitfield, Anna E. (Elsevier, 2020-03-19)
    Plant rhabdoviruses are recognized by their large bacilliform particles and for being able to replicate in both their plant hosts and arthropod vectors. This review highlights selected, better studied examples of plant ...
  • Biological, Molecular and Phiysiological Characterization of Four Soybean mosaic virus Isolates Present in Argentine Soybean Crops 

    Maugeri Suarez, M; Rodriguez, Marianela; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Laguna, Irma Graciela; Rodriguez Pardina, Patricia (BioRxiv, 2021-06-10)
    Soybean mosaic virus (SMV) causes systemic infections in soybean plants, leading to chlorotic mosaic and producing significant yield losses. The virus is widely distributed in all soybean production areas in the world. In ...
  • Bean yellow mosaic virus infecting broad bean in the green belt of Córdoba, Argentina 

    Rodriguez Pardina, Patricia; Nome Docampo, Claudia; Reyna, Pablo Gastón; Muñoz, Nacira Belen; Arguello Caro, Evangelina Beatriz; Luque, Andres Vicente; Debat, Humberto Julio (BioRxiv, 2019-04-11)
    Broad bean (Vicia faba L) is the fourth most important pulse crop in the world. In Argentina, broad bean production was of 1,841 hectares and 16,500 tons during the 2017 growing season. Broad bean is commonly used in ...
  • Exploring the tymovirales landscape through metatranscriptomics data 

    Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Debat, Humberto Julio (Springer, 2022-06-16)
    Tymovirales is an order of viruses with positive-sense RNA genomes that mostly infect plants, but also fungi and insects. The number of genome sequences of viruses that could fit this taxon has been growing in the last few ...
  • ICTV Virus Taxonomy Profile: Rhabdoviridae 2022 

    Walker, Peter J.; Freitas-Astúa, Juliana; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Blasdell, Kim R.; Breyta, Rachel; Dietzgen, Ralf G.; Fooks, Anthony R; Kondo, Hideki; Kurath, Gael; Kuzmin, Ivan V.; Whitfield, Anna E. (Microbiology Society, 2022-06-20)
    The family Rhabdoviridae comprises viruses with negative-sense (−) RNA genomes of 10–16 kb. Virions are typically enveloped with bullet-shaped or bacilliform morphology but can also be non-enveloped filaments. Rhabdoviruses ...
  • Identification of the first endogenous Ophiovirus sequence 

    Marsile-Medun, Soledad; Debat, Humberto Julio; Gifford, Robert James (BioRxiv, 2018-05-05)
    Endogenous viral elements (EVEs) are sequences in eukaryotic genomes that are derived from the ancestral integration of viral sequences into germline cells. Ophioviruses (family Ophioviridae) are a recently established ...
  • Expanding the size limit of RNA viruses: Evidence of a novel divergent nidovirus in California sea hare, with a ~35.9 kb virus genome 

    Debat, Humberto Julio (BioRxiv, 2018-04-24)
    While RNA viruses thrive with massive structural and functional diversity, their genomes size variation is particularly low, ranging only from ~2-to-33 kb. Here, I present the characterization of RNA sequences corresponding ...

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