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El fascinante mundo de la biodiversidad de las plantas que nos alimentan, Fascination of plants day

  • Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón - CITA
Se incluye: Crónica de la jornada -- Ficha descriptiva -- Folleto -- Album de fotografías del evento
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Servicios del EBI: introducción general

  • Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón - CITA
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Could the new rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus variant (RHDVb) be fully replacing classical RHD strains in the Iberian Peninsula?: Letter to the editor

  • Calvete Margolles, Carlos
  • Sarto Aured, María Pilar
  • Calvo, A.J.
  • Monroy, F.
  • Calvo Lacosta, Jorge Hugo
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The capability of alfalfa grazing- and concentrate-based feeding systems to produce homogeneous carcass quality in light lambs over time

  • Ripoll García, Guillermo
  • Alvarez Rodríguez, Javier
  • Sanz Pascua, Albina
  • Joy Torrens, Margalida
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Towards the PCR-based identification of Palaearctic Culicoides biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae): results from an international ring trial targeting four species of the subgenus Avaritia

  • Garros, Claire
  • Balenghien, Thomas
  • Carpenter, Simon
  • Delecolle, Jean Claude
  • Meiswinkel, Rudy
  • Pedarrieu, Aurelie
  • Rakotoarivony, Ignace
  • Gardes, Laetitia
  • Colding, Nick
  • Barber, James
  • Miranda Chueca, Miguel A.
  • Borrás Borrás, David
  • Goffredo, Maria
  • Monaco, Federica
  • Pages, Nonito
  • Sghaier, Soufien
  • Hammami, Salah
  • Calvo Lacosta, Jorge Hugo
  • Lucientes Curdi, Javier
  • Geysen, Dirk
  • Deken, Gill de
  • Sarto i Monteys, Victor
  • Schwenkenbecher, Jan
  • Kampen, Helge
  • Hoffmann, Bernd
  • Lehmann, Kathrin
  • Werner, Doreen
  • Baldet, Thierry
  • Lancelot, Renaud
  • Cêtre Sossah, Catherine
Background: Biting midges of the genus Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) are biological vectors of internationally important arboviruses. To understand the role of Culicoides in the transmission of these viruses, it is essential to correctly identify the species involved. Within the western Palaearctic region, the main suspected vector species, C. obsoletus, C. scoticus, C. dewulfi and C. chiopterus, have similar wing patterns, which makes it difficult to separate and identify them correctly. Methods: In this study, designed as an inter-laboratory ring trial with twelve partners from Europe and North Africa, we assess four PCR-based assays which are used routinely to differentiate the four species of Culicoides listed above. The assays based on mitochondrial or ribosomal DNA or microarray hybridisation were tested using aliquots of Culicoides DNA (extracted using commercial kits), crude lysates of ground specimens and whole Culicoides (265 individuals), and non-Culicoides Ceratopogonidae (13 individuals) collected from across Europe. Results: A total of 800 molecular assays were implemented. The in-house assays functioned effectively, although specificity and sensitivity varied according to the molecular marker and DNA extraction method used. The Obsoletus group specificity was overall high (95-99%) while the sensitivity varied greatly (59.6-100%). DNA extraction methods impacted the sensitivity of the assays as well as the type of sample used as template for the DNA extraction. Conclusions: The results are discussed in terms of current use of species diagnostic assays and the future development of molecular tools for the rapid differentiation of cryptic Culicoides species., Published
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Draft genome sequence of Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni strain Xap33, causal agent of bacterial spot disease on almond

  • Garita Cambronero, J.
  • Sena Vélez, M.
  • Palacio Bielsa, Ana
  • Cubero, J.
We report the annotated genome sequence of Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni strain Xap33, isolated from almond leaves showing bacterial spot disease symptoms in Spain. The availability of this genome sequence will aid our understanding of the infection mechanism of this bacterium as well as its relationship to other species of the same genus., Published
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