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    • Obtaining sexual genotypes for breeding in buffel grass 

      Quiroga, Mariana Paola; Grunberg, Karina; Ribotta, Andrea Noemi; Lopez Colomba, Eliana; Carloni, Edgardo José; Tommasino, Exequiel Arturo; Luna, Celina Mercedes; Griffa, Sabrina Mariana (2013-09)
      Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L. syn. Pennisetum ciliare (L.) Link) is a species that is highly tolerant to drought and is used primarily as forage in drier regions throughout the subtropics and tropics. It reproduces ...
    • Obtención de suero anti-Rice stripe necrosis virus por expresión heteróloga de la capside proteica viral 

      Celli, Marcos Giovani; Bangratz, M.; Pinel Galzi, A.; Brizard, J.P.; Hébrard, E.; Brugidou, C. (Asociación Argentina de Fitopatólogos, 2021-09-22)
      El entorchamiento del arroz”, causado por el Rice stripe necrosis virus ( es una gran amenaza para el cultivo del arroz en Argentina Hasta la fecha, se desconoce su distribución, cultivares promisoriamente resistentes y ...
    • Occurrence and characterization of a severe isolate of Watermelon mosaic virus from Argentina 

      Perotto, Maria Cecilia; Celli, Marcos Giovani; Pozzi, Elizabeth Alicia; Luciani, Cecilia E.; Conci, Vilma Cecilia (2016)
      More than 50 viruses have been reported in cucurbit crops worldwide. In Argentina, cucurbit viruses have been associated with important yield losses. The most prevalent and widespread potyvirus is Watermelon mosaic virus ...
    • Occurrence of the complete cycle of Puccinia sorghi Schw. in Argentina and implications on the common corn rust epidemiology 

      Guerra, Fernando Andres; de Rossi, Roberto Luis; Brücher, Elsa; Vuletic, Ezequiel Esteban; Plazas, Maria Cristina; Guerra, Gustavo Dario; Ducasse, Daniel Adrian (Springer, 2018-12)
      The life-cycle of Puccinia sorghi, a heteroecious fungus, consists of five well-defined spore stages. The uredinial and telial stages are completed on the primary host (maize) whereas spermagonial and aecial stages occur ...
    • Ocurrencia de Fusarium proliferatum causando marchitez de plantas de garbanzo en Tucumán, Argentina 

      Bernanrdi Lima, Nelson; Crociara, Clara Sonia; Fekete, Ana Cecilia; Maggio, Maria Elisa; Conforto, Erica Cinthia; Valetti, Lucio; Pastor, Silvina Estela (Asociación Argentina de Microbiología, 2019-11-14)
      En los últimos años, las exportaciones argentinas de garbanzo (Cicer arietinum) verificaron un incremento, pasando de un volumen promedio de 16.000 toneladas en la campaña 2009/2010 a un valor récord de 166.700 toneladas ...
    • On the value of preprints: an early career researcher perspective 

      Sarabipour, Sarvenaz; Debat, Humberto Julio; Emmott, Edward; Burgess, Steven J.; Schwessinger, Benjamin; Hensel, Zach (PlosONE, 2019-02-21)
      Peer-reviewed journal publication is the main means for academic researchers in the life sciences to create a permanent public record of their work. These publications are also the de facto currency for career progress, ...
    • Orthotospovirus disease epidemic: molecular characterization and incidence in peanut crops 

      De Breuil, Soledad; Dottori, Carolina Andrea; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Nome Docampo, Claudia; Giolitti, Fabian; Lenardon, Sergio Luis (Springer, 2020-10-13)
      Argentina is one of the main peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) exporting countries with the major peanut-growing area located in the province of Córdoba. During the 2015–2016 growing season, severe outbreaks of an orthotospovirus-like ...
    • Papaya ringspot virus W infecting Luffa aegyptiaca in Cuba 

      Cabrera Mederos, Dariel; Giolitti, Fabian; Nome Docampo, Claudia; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Portal, Orelvis (Springer, 2017-12)
      Luffa aegyptiaca (sponge gourd) plants showing severe leaf mosaic and deformation symptoms were observed in Villa Clara, Cuba. Electron microscopy observations of leaf dip preparations revealed flexuous filamentous particles, ...
    • Papaya ringspot virus–Carica papaya pathosystem 

      Cabrera Mederos, Dariel; Giolitti, Fabian; Leiva Mora, Michel; Portal, Orelvis (Academic Press, 2020-05-14)
      This chapter explains why papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) is a global threat to Carica papaya L. and discuses some aspects papaya origin, taxonomy, distribution, global production, and genetic and genomic resources. PRSV ...
    • Partial and total defoliation during the filling period affected grain industrial and nutraceutical quality in soybean 

      Carrera, Constanza Soledad; Rosas, María Belén; Gontijo Mandarino, José M.; Leite, Rodrigo Santos; Raspa, Francisco Antonio; Fava, Fernando Daniel; Dardanelli, Julio Luis; Andrade, Fernando Hector (Wiley, 2022-01-08)
      BACKGROUND: Little is known about soybean grain chemical composition response to defoliation. The objectives of our study were: (i) to quantify the impact of different levels and timing of defoliation during the filling ...
    • Peanut Smut : from an emerging disease to an actual threat to Argentine Peanut production 

      Rago, Alejandro Mario; Cazon, Luis Ignacio; Paredes, Juan Andrés; Edwards Molina, Juan Pablo; Conforto, Erica Cinthia; Bisonard, Eduardo Matias; Oddino, Claudio (2017-03)
      The center of origin of peanut is located in South America, specifically in southeastern Bolivia and northwestern Argentina, where its parental species are found in wild habits. Even though Argentina is only the seventh ...
    • Pediculosis por Haematopinus quadripertusus en bovinos de Salta, Argentina. Primera descripción = Pediculosis by Haematopinus quadripertusus in cattle from Salta, Argentina. First description 

      Marin, Raul Eduardo; Aguirre, Daniel Hector; Cafrune Wierna, María Mercedes; Viñabal, Alberto (Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias de la Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, 2018)
      Se describe un brote de pediculosis por Haematopinus quadripertusus, Anoplura: Haematopinidae (piojo de la cola del bovino), en un establecimiento ganadero dedicado a la cría bovina situado en la región chaqueña de la ...
    • Performance of transgenic maize genotypes against ear caterpillars in Argentina 

      Barontini, Javier Miguel; Druetta, Marcelo Alberto; Luna, Ignacio Martin; Torrico Ramallo, Ada Karina; Alaniz Zanon, Maria Silvina; Paccioretti, Pablo Ariel; Maurino, Maria Fernanda; Gimenez, Maria De La Paz; Chulze, Sofía Noemí (Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l'Analisi dell'Economia Agraria, Italia, 2020)
      Maize (Zea mays L.) is one of the most widely cultivated crops in the world and Argentina is a leading producer worldwide. Lepidopteran pests such as the fall army worm (Spodoptera frugiperda -J. E. Smith-) and the ...
    • Pérdidas producidas por carbón en vainas severamente afectadas 

      Paredes, Juan Andrés; Asinari, Florencia; Monguillot, Joaquín Humberto; Rago, Alejandro Mario; Oddino, Claudio; Torres, A. (Centro de Ingenieros Agrónomos General Cabrera, 2021-09-17)
      La producción de maní en Argentina es afectada por el carbón (Thecaphora frezii), enfermedad que se encuentra distribuida en todos los lotes de la provincia de Córdoba, principal productora del cultivo, e incrementa su ...
    • Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase function at very early symbiont perception: a local nodulation control under stress conditions? 

      Robert, German; Muñoz, Nacira Belen; Alvarado-Affantranger, Xochitl; Saavedra, Laura; Davidenco, Vanina; Rodríguez-Kessler, Margarita; Estrada-Navarrete, Georgina; Sánchez, Federico; Lascano, Hernán Ramiro (Society for Experimental Biology, 2018-04)
      Root hair curling is an early and essential morphological change required for the success of the symbiotic interaction between legumes and rhizobia. At this stage rhizobia grow as an infection thread within root hairs and ...
    • Phylodynamics of sunflower chlorotic mottle virus, an emerging pathosystem 

      Cabrera Mederos, Dariel; Torres, Carolina; Bejerman, Nicolas Esteban; Trucco, Veronica Milagros; Lenardon, Sergio Luis; Leiva Mora, Michel; Giolitti, Fabian (Elsevier, 2020-03-12)
      Distribution and epidemiological patterns of sunflower chlorotic mottle virus (SCMoV) in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) growing areas in Argentina were studied from 2006 to 2017. The virus was detected exclusively in ...
    • Physiological and anatomical traits associated with tolerance to long‐term partial submergence stress in the Lotus genus: responses of forage species, a model and an interspecific hybrid 

      Antonelli, Cristian Javier; Calzadilla, Pablo Ignacio; Vilas, Juan Manuel; Campestre, María Paula; Escaray, Francisco José; Ruiz, Oscar Adolfo (2018-09)
      Cattle production based on natural pastures is often subject to flooding periods, which affect plant performance and as a result, forage production. Although most forage legumes are not tolerant to flooding, Lotus spp. are ...
    • Physiological causes for decreased productivity under high salinity in Boma, a tetraploid Chloris gayana cultivar 

      De Luca, Marcos Javier; García Seffino, L.; Grunberg, Karina; Salgado, M.; Córdoba, Alicia R.; Luna, Celina Mercedes; Ortega, Leandro Ismael; Rodriguez, Andrés Alberto; Castagnaro, Ana P.; Taleisnik, Edith (CSIRO Publishing, 2001)
      Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana Kunth) is widely cultivated in the semi-arid tropics and favoured for salt tolerance; nevertheless, productivity decreases significantly under saline conditions, especially in tetraploid ...
    • Physiological characterization of four model Lotus diploid genotypes: L. japonicus (MG20 and Gifu), L. filicaulis, and L. burttii under salt stress 

      Melchiorre, Mariana; Quero, Gastón E.; Parola, Rodrigo; Racca, Roberto Walter; Trippi, Victorio; Lascano, Hernan Ramiro (Elsevier, 2009-09-25)
      The genus Lotus comprises a heterogeneous group of annual and perennial species. Lotus japonicus (with MG20 and Gifu ecotypes) has been adopted as one of the model legumes in genetic and genomic studies. Other Lotus species, ...
    • Phytophthora Root Rot: Importance of the Disease, Current and Novel Methods of Control 

      Giachero, María Lorena; Declerck, Stéphane; Marquez, Nathalie (MDPI, 2022-02-28)
      Phytophthora sojae is a pathogen of major agricultural importance, responsible for Phytophthora root rot (PRR) in soybean crops, which can cause significant yield losses each year. The severity of the disease depends on ...