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    • New host species for Leptospira borgpetersenii and Leptospira interrogans serovar Copenhageni 

      Colombo, Valeria Carolina; Gamietea, Ignacio José; Grune Loffler, Sylvia; Brihuega, Bibiana Felicitas; Beldomenico, Pablo Martín (Elsevier, 2018)
      We investigated the presence of infection by Leptospira spp. in an assembly of Sigmodontinae rodents from the Paraná Delta, Argentina. Rodents were captured in places with natural grassland, implanted forest, with and ...
    • New insight into how thigmomorphogenesis affects Epipremnum aureum plant development 

      Di Benedetto, Adalberto; Galmarini, Claudio Romulo; Tognetti, Jorge (2018-09)
      Climbing Epipremnum aureum plants develop larger leaves than unsupported, hanging plants. This effect may be regarded, in part, as a thigmomorphogenic response, but gravimorphogenetic effect may also be involved, since ...
    • New insight into the wheat chromosome 4 D structure and virtual gene order, relead by survey pyrosequencing 

      Helguera, Marcelo; Rivarola, Maximo Lisandro; Clavijo, Bernardo; Martis, Mihaela M.; Vanzetti, Leonardo Sebastian; Gonzalez, Sergio Alberto; Garbus, Ingrid; Leroy, Phillippe; Simková, Hana; Valárik, Miroslav; Caccamo, Mario; Dolezel, Jaroslav; Mayer, Klaus F.X.; Feuillet, Catherine; Tranquilli, Gabriela; Paniego, Norma Beatriz; Echenique, Carmen Viviana (2015)
      Survey sequencing of the bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genome (AABBDD) has been approached through different strategies delivering important information. However, the current wheat sequence knowledge is not complete. ...
    • New insights into antibacterial and antioxidant activities of rosemary essential oils and their main components 

      Ojeda Sana, Adriana Maria; van Baren, Catalina María; Elechosa, Miguel Angel; Juarez, Miguel Angel; Moreno, Silvia (2013-05)
      Rosemary plants growing in Argentina were studied to evaluate any relationship between the chemical composition of their essential oils and the free radical scavenging capacity. The antibacterial activity against human ...
    • New insights into soybean biological nitrogen fixation 

      Ciampitti, Ignacio A.; Salvagiotti, Fernando (American Society of Agronomy, 2018-08)
      Soybean biological N2 fixation (BNF) relationships with fertilizer N and yield response have been comprehensively reviewed in the scientific literature. However, the study of the N-gap between N uptake and N supplied by ...
    • New insights into the chemical biodiversity of Minthostachys mollis in Argentina 

      van Baren, Catalina María; Di Leo Lira, Paola Maria del Rosario; Elechosa, Miguel Angel; Molina, Ana Maria; Juarez, Miguel Angel; Martinez, Alejandro; Perelman, Susana Beatriz; Bandoni, Arnaldo Luis (Elsevier, 2014-12)
      Variations in the chemical composition of the essential oils of Minthostachys mollis Griseb. (Lamiaceae) collected in their natural habitat in Argentina were determined using GC-FID-MS analysis. Seventy five samples collected ...
    • New insights into the molecular basis of induced resistance triggered by potassium phosphite in potato 

      Feldman, Mariana Laura; Guzzo, María Carla; Machinandiarena, Milagros Florencia; Rey Burusco, María Florencia; Beligni, María Verónica; Di Rienzo, Julio; Castellote, Martín Alfredo; Daleo, Gustavo Raúl; Andreu, Adriana Balbina (2019-11-12)
      This work aimed to provide data about the molecules involved in induced resistance mediated by potassium phosphite (KPhi) in potato. To achieve these, we performed microarray analysis to determine the changes in gene ...
    • New insights into wood anatomy and function relationships: how Eucalyptus challenges what we already know 

      Fernandez, María Elena; Barotto, Antonio José; Martinez Meier, Alejandro; Gyenge, Javier; Teson, Natalia; Quiñones Martorello, Adriana; Merlo, Esther; Dalla Salda, Guillermina; Rozenberg, Philippe; Monteoliva, Silvia (Elsevier, 2019-12-15)
      Multispecies surveys have shown that there is a weak but significant trade-off between xylem efficiency and safety in woody species, with no species maximizing both attributes at the same time. Relationships between xylem ...
    • A new polyploid species of Mecardonia (Gratioleae, Plantaginaceae) from South America 

      Greppi, Julian Alejandro; Sosa, María de las Mercedes; Dematteis, Massimiliano (2017-04)
      Mecardonia reneeae, a new species from northeastern Argentina, is described and illustrated. This taxon has certain resemblance to M. procumbens var. flagellaris, but can be easily distinguished by the combination of life ...
    • New precipitation and temperature grids for northern Patagonia: Advances in relation to global climate grids 

      Bianchi, Emilio; Villalba, Ricardo; Viale, Maximiliano; Couvreux, Fleur; Marticorena, Rocio (Chinese Meteorological Society, 2016-02)
      Climate data of mean monthly temperature and total monthly precipitation compiled from different sources in northern Patagonia were interpolated to 20-km resolution grids over the period 1997–2010. This northern Patagonian ...
    • New records and host associations of the tick Ixodes apronophorus and the first detection of Ehrlichia sp. HF in Romania 

      Andersson, Martin O.; Radbea, Gabriel; Frangoulidis, Dimitrios; Tomaso, Herbert; Rubel, Franz; Nava, Santiago; Chitimia-Dobler, Lidia (2018-04)
      Ixodes (Ixodes) apronophorus is a neglected tick species and its geographical distribution, host associations, and role as a disease vector are not well known. We collected I. apronophorus from several locations in Romania. ...
    • New records of the invasive pest Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura) (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in the South American continent 

      Lavagnino, Nicolas Jose; Diaz, Beatriz Maria; Cichon, Liliana; De La Vega, Gerardo; Garrido, Silvina Alejandra; Lago, Jonatan; Fanara, Juan Jose (Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, 2018)
      The present study reports new presences of Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura, 1931) (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in four localities in Argentina, extending its geographical range in South America. Among the new records, one is ...
    • New scenarios for brucella suis and brucella melitensis 

      Samartino, Luis Ernesto; Arregui, Matias Ezequiel; Martino, Pablo Eduardo (Springer, 2017-03)
      Purpose of Review: We pretend to highlight the most important advances reached in the last few years in the biology of Brucella suis and Brucella melitensis and focus attention on new tools for the comprehension, prevention ...
    • A new soil-landscape approach to the genesis and distribution of typic and vertic Argiudolls in the Rolling Pampa of Argentina 

      Morras, Hector; Moretti, Lucas Martin (2016)
      The Rolling Pampa is one of the several subregions of the large Pampa plains in central Argentina. The most extensive and representative soils in the area are Typic Argiudolls, together with a smaller proportion of Vertic ...
    • A new sunflower high oleic mutation confers stable oil grain fatty acid composition across environments 

      Alberio, Constanza; Izquierdo, Natalia Gabriela; Galella, Teresa; Zuil, Sebastian; Reid, Roberto; Zambelli, Andres Daniel; Aguirrezábal, Luis Adolfo Nazareno (2016)
      The oil industry demands sunflower oils with high oleic acid content. New varieties producing high oleicoils independently of the growing environment are needed as growers could receive an extra prime foroffering them. Oil ...
    • New world goat populations are a genetically diverse reservoir for future use 

      do Prado Paim, Tiago; Assis Faria, Danielle; Hay, El Hamidi; McManus, Concepta; Lanari, Maria Rosa; Chaverri Esquivel, Laura; Cascante, María Isabel; Jimenez Alfaro, Esteban; Mendez, Argerie; Faco, Olivardo; de Moraes Silva, Kleibe; Mezzadra, Carlos Alberto; Mariante, Arthur; Rezende Paiva, Samuel; Blackburn, Harvey David (Springer Nature, 2019-02-06)
      Western hemisphere goats have European, African and Central Asian origins, and some local or rare breeds are reported to be adapted to their environments and economically important. By-in-large these genetic resources have ...
    • Niche dynamics in amphitropical desert disjunct plants: Seeking for ecological and species‐specific influences 

      Quiroga, Raul Emiliano; Premoli, Andrea Cecilia; Fernandez, Roberto J. (Wiley, 2020-11)
      Numerous studies have assessed whether species niches are conserved in geographically separated regions. However, most of them were performed on invasive species, with the limitation that such species have likely not yet ...
    • Night-time sap flow is parabolically linked to midday water potential for field-grown almond trees 

      Fuentes, Sigfredo; Mahadevan, M.; Bonada, Marcos; Skewes, Mark A.; Cox, J.W. (2013-11)
      To quantify night-time (S n) and diurnal (S d) tree water uptake, two sets of sap flow sensors (heat-pulse compensated) were installed per tree in the north-east and south-west sides of the trunk in three trees per treatment. ...
    • Ningún alimento debe ser desperdiciado 

      Basso, Natalia (Gerencia de Comunicación e Imagen Institucional, DNA SICC, INTA, 2013-12)
      Así lo afirma Natalia Basso del Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca en una entrevista exclusiva para la Revista RIA. Ella colabora con la concientización para la reducción de la huella alimentaria en las distintas ...
    • Nitrate and nitrite metabolism in ruminant livestock 

      Villar, Maria Laura (Edición del Autor, 2019)
      Global methane emissions from livestock have continue to rise in last decade due to the increasing ruminant population and demand for livestock products. Supplementing the diet of ruminants with nitrate (NO3) is an effective ...