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Urinary diseases and ethnobotany among pastoral nomads in the Middle East

Abu-Rabia, Aref
Fonte: BioMed Central Publicador: BioMed Central
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 02/08/2005 EN
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This article is derived from a broad, twenty-year study of ethnobotany and folk medicine among pastoral nomads in the Middle East which took place from 1984 to 2004. The article presents examples of different treatments of diseases and disorders of the urinary tract carried out by healer herbalists. The preparation of remedies includes boiling infusions, extraction of dry or fresh leaves, flowers, seeds or whole plants. Some of these plants were used both as food and as medicine, by ingesting different parts of the plants, such as leaves, flowers, fruits, and so on, either while soft, cooked or dried. Data were collected by using unstructured interviews and by observation. These plants were identified by healers, patients, and university botanists. This paper identified eighty-five plant species, which belong to thirty-six families. The most representative families are: Asteraceae (8), Brassicaceae (6), Poaceae (6), Umbelliferae (6).

A new chitinase-like xylanase inhibitor protein (XIP) from coffee (Coffea arabica) affects Soybean Asian rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) spore germination.

VASCONCELOS, E. A. R.; SANTANA, C. G.; GODOY, C. V.; SEIXAS, C. D. S.; SILVA, M. S.; MOREIRA, L. R. S.; OLIVEIRA-NETO, O. B.; PRICE, D.; FITCHES, E.; FERREIRA FILHO, E. X.; MEHTA, A.; GATEHOUSE, J. A.; GROSSI-DE-SA, M. F.
Fonte: BMC Biotechnology, v. 11, 2011. Publicador: BMC Biotechnology, v. 11, 2011.
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
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Background: Asian rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) is a common disease in Brazilian soybean fields and it is difficult to control. To identify a biochemical candidate with potential to combat this disease, a new chitinase-like xylanase inhibitor protein (XIP) from coffee (Coffea arabica) (CaclXIP) leaves was cloned into the pGAPZa-B vector for expression in Pichia pastoris. Results: A cDNA encoding a chitinase-like xylanase inhibitor protein (XIP) from coffee (Coffea arabica) (CaclXIP), was isolated from leaves. The amino acid sequence predicts a (b/a)8 topology common to Class III Chitinases (glycoside hydrolase family 18 proteins; GH18), and shares similarity with other GH18 members, although it lacks the glutamic acid residue essential for catalysis, which is replaced by glutamine. CaclXIP was expressed as a recombinant protein in Pichia pastoris. Enzymatic assay showed that purified recombinant CaclXIP had only residual chitinolytic activity. However, it inhibited xylanases from Acrophialophora nainiana by approx. 60% when present at 12:1 (w/w) enzyme:inhibitor ratio. Additionally, CaclXIP at 1.5 ?g/?L inhibited the germination of spores of Phakopsora pachyrhizi by 45%. Conclusions: Our data suggests that CaclXIP belongs to a class of naturally inactive chitinases that have evolved to act in plant cell defence as xylanase inhibitors. Its role on inhibiting germination of fungal spores makes it an eligible candidate gene for the control of Asian rust.; 2011; Disponível em:Acesso em: 1 mar. 2011.

Meta-analysis of the linear relationship between soybean yield loss and rust severity from uniform fungicide trials.

PONTE, E. M. del; MAIA, A. H. N.; ESKER, P. D.; GODOY, C. V.
Fonte: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010. Publicador: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010.
Tipo: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
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To quantify yield loss in soybean as affected by rust severity, meta-analysis was used to examine data from uniform fungicide trials (UFTs) conducted across 25 locations and 5 years (2003?2008) in the main soybean production regions of Brazil. Trials (n = 81) were selected based on predefined criteria and examined for the linear relationships between soybean yield loss (%) and rust severity (%) at the R6 growth stage. Slopes of the yield loss × severity relationship were estimated by linear regression. The influence of potential moderator variables on slopes was examined by a random effects model. Forty-one trials were excluded due to the presence of influential observations in the negative linear relationship between yield and severity. There was considerable variation among slope estimates for the increase in yield loss with respect to the change in soybean rust severity (0.31?1.81 p.p./p.p.). A significant and positive relationship between soybean rust severity and yield loss was found. For every increase of 1 p.p. in soybean rust severity, the average increase in yield loss was 0.71 p.p. (95% CI = 0.60?0.82 p.p.). The moderator variable timing of disease onset and severity class accounted for 17 and 16% of the overall and between-trial variability of slopes...

Sensitivity monitoring of Phakopsora pachyrhizi populations to triazoles in Brazil.

KOGA, L. J.; LOPES, I. de O. N.; GODOY, C. V.
Fonte: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010. Publicador: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010.
Tipo: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
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Asian soybean rust (ASR) reported in 2001 in South America spread to Brazilian producing areas and is considered one of the main diseases of the crop. Fungicides used for the control belong to QoI (strobilurins) and SBI (azole) compounds. A weaker efficacy of straight azole was observed at some regions in the end of the crop season 2006/2007. To determine whether the problem observed was due to the resistance, a sensitivity monitoring test was carried out in 2008/2009 to detect possible changes in the EC50 values of the fungus population. The test was done according to FRAC methodology. Leaves samples infected with Phakopsora pachyrhizi were sent from nine Brazilian states, in a total of 36 populations, and the spores collected were inoculated in detached leaves treated with fungicides. The triazoles tested were cyproconazole, metconazole, tebuconazole, and prothioconazole (0; 0.125; 0.25; 0.5; 1.0; 2.0; 4.0; 8.0; 16.0; 32.0 ppm). Disease severity was evaluated 15 days after inoculation. The EC50 values were estimated by Proc Probit, SAS®. Differences in EC50 values among the populations were statistically significant (P < 0.01). The EC50 for cyproconazole and metconazole ranged from 0.06 to 1.37 ppm and from 0.02 to 3.89 ppm, respectively. For tebuconazole...

Aplicações ricas no controle de doenças da soja.

DALBOSCO, J.; PAVAN, W.; DELPONTE, E.; GODOY, C. V.; CERVI, C. R.
Fonte: In: CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE AGROINFORMÁTICA, 8., 2011, Bento Gonçalves. Anais... Florianópolis: UFSC; Pelotas: UFPel, 2011. Publicador: In: CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE AGROINFORMÁTICA, 8., 2011, Bento Gonçalves. Anais... Florianópolis: UFSC; Pelotas: UFPel, 2011.
Tipo: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE) Formato: Seção Poster II, pdf 89833_1. CD-ROM.; 5 p.
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Este artigo apresenta a utilização de recursos de aplicações ricas para internet no controle de doenças da soja, explorando novas formas de publicar e acessar informações, por meio de componentes que estendem a capacidade das aplicações web e proporcionam ambientes interativos e colaborativos. As aplicações foram baseadas no conceito de web 2.0, amplamente utilizado e de comprovada relevância para o uso da internet como plataforma de aplicações em diversas áreas. O uso desses recursos se deu no desenvolvimento de uma aplicação web para o controle e monitoramento da ferrugem asiática da soja no Brasil. O resultado obtido demonstrou que essas tecnologias proporcionam aplicações web diferenciadas, tanto para entrada como para saída de informações, apresentando grande contribuição no desenvolvimento de soluções informatizadas para o controle de doenças da cultura da soja, podendo ser aplicadas também para outras culturas. RICH INTERNET APPLICATIONS IN SOYBEAN DISEASE CONTROL. This paper presents the use of Rich Internet Applications resources to help on soybean diseases control and explores a new ways to publish and access information, through components that extend the capabilities of web applications and provide interactive and collaborative environments. The applications were based on web 2.0 concepts...

Pathogenic variation of Phakopsora pachyrhizi populations in Brazil.

SOARES, R. M.; AKAMATSU, H. O.; YAMAOKA, Y.; YAMANAKA, N.; SUENAGA, K.
Fonte: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010. Publicador: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010.
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The obligate basidiomycete Phakopsora pachyrhizi is the causal agent of soybean rust that has potential to reduce the yield of soybean drastically. Soybean production in Brazil has been threatened by the rust since the pathogen was first discovered in 2001. To understand pathogenic variation of the rust populations in South America, an evaluation system for soybean rust resistance has been constructed using a set of 16 differential varieties. In this study, the evaluation system was used to investigate pathogenic variation among the P. pachyrhizi populations in Brazil. Samples of P. pachyrhizi were collected from the diseased soybeans in Brazil in the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 soybean cultivation seasons. In the first season, two rust samples showed similar pattern of the infection types on the differential set, suggesting that the same or similar pathogen population was present in the two locations. The other samples were likely different pathogenic populations. In the second season, different patterns of the infection types were found among the samples. Comparison of the evaluation data from the two seasons demonstrated that pathogenic variation between the seasons was detected in the populations from Rio Grande do Sul and Paraná but was not remarkable in those from Rondônia. This study provides useful knowledge about P. pachyrhizi populations in Brazil to identify the resistant soybean genotypes and target effective cultivars against certain pathogen populations.; 2010; Disponível em: Acesso em 5 abr. 2010. Edição do Proceedings of the National Soybean Rust Symposium...

The role of variation in genetic susceptibility to soybean rust on the photosynthetic competence of infected leaves.

PRIOR, E.; KENNEDY, B.; HERSHMAN, D.; GODOY, C. V.; OMIELAN, J.; KUMUDINI, S.
Fonte: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010. Publicador: Plant Management Network, St. Paul, 2010.
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Three soybean rust infection types have been reported: 1) tan lesions indicate a compatible and susceptible reaction, 2) red- brown (RB) lesion type has been associated with few non-sporulating uredinia representing a resistant reaction, and 3) immune reaction with no visible evidence of infection. Differences among cultivars would imply genotypic differences in tolerance, which can be define as the ability of the host to endure the presence of the pathogen with reduced disease symptoms and/or damages. Soybean rust-induced yield loss has been associated with reduction in light interception due to premature leaf loss and the lesions on the remaining green leaves. Incorporation of the effect of the pathogen on photosynthetic efficiency of disease leaves from different soybean cultivars in model to predict production might increase the accuracy and precision of the estimates supply by this model. Bastiaans (1991) proposed the concept of a "virtual lesion" and developed a simple model Y= (1-x)? to fit empirical data and describe the relationship between the reduction in relative photosynthesis in a diseased leaf (Y), and the disease severity (x). The value of â indicates whether the effect of disease on photosynthesis is higher (? > 1)...

Sensitivity monitoring of Phakopsora pachyrhizi populations to triazoles in Brazil.

GODOY, C. V.; XAVIER, S. A.; MARTINS, D. C.; CANTERI, M. G.; MEYER, M. C.
Fonte: In: PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK; FIELD CROPS RUST SYMPOSIUM, San Antonio, 2011. Proceedings ... Saint Paul: APS: ASA: CSSA: 2011. Abstract, 18. Disponível em: < http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/proceedings/FCRS/2011/posters/>. Publicador: In: PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK; FIELD CROPS RUST SYMPOSIUM, San Antonio, 2011. Proceedings ... Saint Paul: APS: ASA: CSSA: 2011. Abstract, 18. Disponível em: < http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/proceedings/FCRS/2011/posters/>.
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Asian soybean rust (ASR), reported for the first time in 2001 in South America, spread quickly to the major Brazilian soybean-producing regions and is considered one of the most important diseases of the crop in Brazil. Fungicides for ASR control belong to QoI (strobilurins) and SBI (azole) compounds. A lower efficiency of straight azole fungicides has been observed since 2006?2007. Embrapa Soybean Researcher Center started a sensitivity monitoring program for P. pachyrhizi in 2008?2009 to detect changes in the EC50 values (half maximal effective concentration) of the fungi population to triazoles. The bioassay has been carried out according to FRAC (Fungicide Resistance Action Committee) methodology. In the 2010?2011 growing season, leaf samples infected with P. pachyrhizi were sent from nine Brazilian states, in a total of 54 populations, and the spores collected were inoculated in detached leaves treated with the fungicides cyproconazole, metconazole, tebuconazole (0, 0.16, 0.45, 1.3, 3.8, 11, and 32 ppm), and prothioconazole (0, 0.02, 0.06, 0.164, 0.5, 1.4, and 8 ppm). Disease severity was evaluated 15 days after inoculation and only 16 bioassays showed ASR severity above 5%. The EC50 values were estimated by Proc Probit, SAS. The averages of EC50 were 0.59 for cyproconazole...

Fungicides performance on the control of asian soybean rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) in Goias State, Brazil.

MEYER, M. C.; NUNES JUNIOR, J.; PIMENTA, C. B.; COSTA, N. B.; GURNIERI, S.; SEII, A.; NUNES SOBRINHO, J.; VENANCIO, W. S.; GODOY, C. V.
Fonte: In: PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK; FIELD CROPS RUST SYMPOSIUM, San Antonio, 2011. Proceedings ... Saint Paul: APS: ASA: CSSA: 2011. Abstract, 21. Disponível em: < http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/proceedings/FCRS/2011/posters/>. Publicador: In: PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK; FIELD CROPS RUST SYMPOSIUM, San Antonio, 2011. Proceedings ... Saint Paul: APS: ASA: CSSA: 2011. Abstract, 21. Disponível em: < http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/proceedings/FCRS/2011/posters/>.
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The use of fungicides remains the most important tool to Asian soybean rust (ASR) control in Brazil. The reduction of the Phakopsora pachyrhizi sensibility to triazols changed the strategy to the exclusive use of fungicides to strobilurines with triazols premix formulations. Two field trials of the Brazilian network for ASR chemical control were conducted in Goiania and Senador Canedo at Goias State in order to compare the efficacy of 17 fungicides on ASR control. The treatments were composed by two triazols, one strobilurine, one carboxanilide, and 13 premix formulations of strobilurine + triazol. The fungicides were applied twice, beginning at soybean growth stage R1 in absence of ASR symptoms (preventatively), and 21 days after first spray. The soybean cultivars were BRS 8160 RR in Goiania and BRS Valiosa RR in Senador Canedo. The area under disease progress curve (AUDPC) was calculated for each treatment based on four ASR severity evaluations from R1 to R7 soybean growth stages. The lower AUDPC and higher soybean yield were observed for almost all fungicides in premix formulations of strobilurine with triazols. The carboxanilide oxycarboxin and the triazols tebuconazole and cyproconazole were not so efficient on ASR control. The lowest reductions of soybean cycle due to ASR were observed with picoxystrobin + tebuconazole...

Comparison of asian soybean rust chemical control on a susceptible and a resistant cultivar in Brazil.

VENANCIO, W. S.; VENANCIO, R. M.; MEYER, M. C.; NUNES JUNIOR, J.; BEGLIOMINI, E.; JASPER, M.
Fonte: In: PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK; FIELD CROPS RUST SYMPOSIUM, San Antonio, 2011. Proceedings ... Saint Paul: APS: ASA: CSSA: 2011. Abstract, 24. Disponível em: < http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/proceedings/FCRS/2011/posters/>. Publicador: In: PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK; FIELD CROPS RUST SYMPOSIUM, San Antonio, 2011. Proceedings ... Saint Paul: APS: ASA: CSSA: 2011. Abstract, 24. Disponível em: < http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/proceedings/FCRS/2011/posters/>.
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The development of resistant cultivars to the Asian soybean rust (ASR), caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi, brought an additional tool to the disease management in Brazil. ASR develops slower in resistant cultivars than in susceptible ones, allowing a reduction of the number of fungicide sprays, but chemical control is still necessary. A field trial was conducted in Ponta Grossa, Parana State, in order to compare the effects of ASR chemical control with four fungicide formulations, in both resistant (BRSGO 7560) and susceptible (CD 249 RR) soybean cultivars. The fungicides were applied twice, beginning at soybean growth stage R3?R4, when first uredinia were observed, and at soybean stage R5.3?R5.4. The fungicides used were premix formulations of pyraclostrobin + epoxiconazole + fluxapyroxad (40+64.8+40 g a.i./ha), azoxystrobin + cyproconazole (60+24 g a.i./ha), pyraclostrobin + epoxiconazole (79.8+30 g a.i./ha), and epoxiconazole (125 g a.i./ha). The ASR severity at soybean growth stage R7 on nonsprayed plots reached 75.4% on the resistant cultivar and 98.6% on the susceptible cultivar. Lower ASR severity index were observed in the resistant cultivar, with the treatments pyraclostrobin + epoxiconazole (9.8%), pyraclostrobin + epoxiconazole + fluxapyroxad (10.5%)...

Bacillus-based biological control of plant diseases.

CAWOY, H.; BETTIOL, W.; FICKERS, P.; ONGENA, M.
Fonte: In: STOYTCHEVA, M. (Ed.). Pesticides in the modern world: pesticides use and management. Rijeka: InTech, 2011. p. 273-302. Publicador: In: STOYTCHEVA, M. (Ed.). Pesticides in the modern world: pesticides use and management. Rijeka: InTech, 2011. p. 273-302.
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2011

An overall evaluation of the resistance (R) and pathogenesis-related (PR) superfamilies in soybean, as compared with Medicago and Arabidopsis.

WANDERLEY-NOGUEIRA, A. C.; BELARMINO, L. C.; SOARES-CAVALCANTI, N. da M.; BEZERRA-NETO, J. P.; KIDO, E. A.; PANDOLFI, V.; ABDELNOOR, R. V.; BINNECK, E.; CARAZZOLE, M. F.; BENKO-ISEPPON, A. M.
Fonte: Genetics and Molecular Biology, Ribeirão Preto, v. 35, n. 1, suppl., p. 260-271, May 2012. Publicador: Genetics and Molecular Biology, Ribeirão Preto, v. 35, n. 1, suppl., p. 260-271, May 2012.
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Plants have the ability to recognize and respond to a multitude of pathogens, resulting in a massive reprogramming of the plant to activate defense responses including Resistance (R) and Pathogenesis-Related (PR) genes. Abiotic stresses can also activate PR genes and enhance pathogen resistance, representing valuable genes for breeding purposes. The present work offers an overview of soybean R and PR genes present in the GENOSOJA (Brazilian Soybean Genome Consortium) platform, regarding their structure, abundance, evolution and role in the plantpathogen metabolic pathway, as compared with Medicago and Arabidopsis. Searches revealed 3,065 R candidates (756 in Soybean, 1,142 in Medicago and 1,167 in Arabidopsis), and PR candidates matching to 1,261 sequences (310, 585 and 366 for the three species, respectively). The identified transcripts were also evaluated regarding their expression pattern in 65 libraries, showing prevalence in seeds and developing tissues. Upon consulting the SuperSAGE libraries, 1,072 R and 481 PR tags were identified in association with the different libraries. Multiple alignments were generated for Xa21 and PR-2 genes, allowing inferences about their evolution. The results revealed Medicago and Arabidopsis.; 2012

Research approaches, adaptation strategies, and knowledge gaps concerning the impacts of climate change on plant diseases.

GHINI, R.; HAMADA, E.; ANGELOTTI, F.; COSTA, L. B.; BETTIOL, W.
Fonte: Tropical Plant Pathology, v. 37, n. 1, p. 5-24, 2012 Publicador: Tropical Plant Pathology, v. 37, n. 1, p. 5-24, 2012
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This review discusses the present trends in studies on the impacts of climate change on plant diseases. Firstly, the approaches used for studying the potential effects of altered temperature, water availability, CO2 and O3 air concentrations, and UV-B radiation on components of the disease cycle are explained and discussed. Next, the impact of changes in climate patterns on the geographic and temporal distribution of diseases by integrating biological and epidemiological models into geographic and climate databases are assessed. Finally, adaptation strategies are discussed and areas where there is a recognized lack of knowledge are highlighted. The literature shows that different pathosystems respond in different ways to climate change. Thus, case-by-case studies on the responses of crop species or varieties and their diseases to climate change are necessary. In addition to that, wide-scale projections of disease risk are necessary in order to identify research priorities, whereas industry must be strategically directed and public policies developed to establish adaptation measures and to prevent potential food security crisis. Only by conducting long-term and multidisciplinary studies can we reduce the uncertainty regarding the effects of climate change on plant diseases.; 2012

Advances on molecular studies of the interaction soybean - Asian rust.

MORALES, A. M. A. P.; BORÉM, A.; GRAHAM, M.; ABDELNOOR, R. V.
Fonte: Crop Breeding Applied Biotechnology, Viçosa, MG, v. 12, n. 1, p. 1-7, 2012. Publicador: Crop Breeding Applied Biotechnology, Viçosa, MG, v. 12, n. 1, p. 1-7, 2012.
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ABSTRACT: Effective management practices are essential for controlling rust outbreaks. The main control method used is the application of fungicides, which increases substantially the cost of production and is harmful to the environment. Prevention is still the best way to avoid more significant losses in soybean yields. Alternatives, such as planting resistant varieties to the fungus, are also important. The use of resistant or tolerant varieties is the most promising method for controlling Asian soybean rust. Recently, five dominant genes resistant to soybean rust were described: Rpp1, Rpp2, Rpp3, Rpp4 and Rpp5. However, little is known about the molecular interaction among soybean plant and soybean rust and on the molecular pathway triggered by pathogen recognition. Understanding the molecular mechanisms involved in defense responses is of primary importance for planning strategies to control stress and, consequently, to increase plant adaptation to limiting conditions. RESUMO: Avanços dos estudos moleculares da interação da soja - ferrugem asiática. Práticas efetivas são necessárias para o controle da ferrugem. O principal método de controle utilizado é a aplicação de fungicidas, o que aumentará substancialmente o custo de produção e são prejudiciais ao meio ambiente. A prevenção ainda é a melhor maneira de evitar mais perdas significativas na produção de soja. Alternativas...

Production of polyclonal antiserum against Cowpea mild mottle virus coat protein and its application in virus detection.

CARVALHO, S. L. de.; SILVA, F. N. da.; ZANARDO, L. G.; ALMEIDA, A. M. R.; ZERBINI, F. M.; CARVALHO, C. M.
Fonte: Tropical Plant Patology, Brasília, DF, v. 38, n. 1, p. 49-54, Jan.-Feb. 2013. Publicador: Tropical Plant Patology, Brasília, DF, v. 38, n. 1, p. 49-54, Jan.-Feb. 2013.
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Cowpea mild mottle virus (CpMMV), the causal agent of stem necrosis disease, has drawn attention of soybean producers in recent years due to yield losses in the main producing regions of Brazil. Serological methods for viral detection require the use of an antiserum of good quality to achieve specificity and sensitivity. The entire coat protein gene of a Brazilian CpMMV isolate was cloned into a bacterial expression vector and transformed into Escherichia coli BL21::DE3 for in vitro expression. The coat protein, fused to a His-tag, was purified under denaturing conditions by affinity chromatography using a Ni-NTA resin. After renaturation, the integrity and identity of the purified recombinant protein was confirmed by SDS-Page and MALDI-ToF/ToF mass spectrometer analyses. A rabbit was immunized with increasing amounts of the recombinant protein. The specificity and sensitivity of the antiserum was demonstrated by Western blot and indirect ELISA assays. The polyclonal antisera raised against recombinant coat protein proved to be a reliable tool for CpMMV detection.; 2013

Phytophthora root and stem rot (Phytophthora sojae) of soybean in Brazil.

COSTAMILAN, L.; BERTAGNOLLI, P.; ALMEIDA, A.; SOARES, R.; PEREIRA, R.
Fonte: In: WORLD SOYBEAN RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 8., 2009, Beijing. Developing a global soy blueprint for a safe secure and sustainable supply: abstracts. Beijing: Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences: Institute of Crop Science, 2009. Publicador: In: WORLD SOYBEAN RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 8., 2009, Beijing. Developing a global soy blueprint for a safe secure and sustainable supply: abstracts. Beijing: Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences: Institute of Crop Science, 2009.
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2009; WSRC 2009. Editado por Lijuan Qiu, Rongxia Guan, Jian Jin, Qijan Song, Shuntang Guo, Wenbin Li, Yuanchao Wang, Tianfu Han, Xiaobing Liu, Deyue Yu, Lianzhou Jiang, Deliang Peng.

Registration of 'CP 00-1446' Sugarcane

Comstock, Jack C. ( Author, Primary ); Glaz, Barry ( Author, Secondary ); Edme, Serge J. ( Author, Secondary ); Davidson, R. Wayne ( Author, Secondary ); Gilbert, Robert A., ( Author, Secondary ); Glynn, Neil C. ( Author, Secondary ); Miller, Jimmy D. ( A
Fonte: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA ) Publicador: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA )
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(Acquisition) Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Suzanne Stapleton.; (Publication Status) Published; (Preferred Citation) Journal of Plant Registrations (2009) 3:28–34 doi: 10.3198/jpr2008.05.0271crc; (Additional Physical Form) NALT Terms: Saccharum, sugarcane, sugar crops, cultivars, germplasm releases, crop yield, sandy soils, sucrose, disease resistance, genetic resistance, plant diseases and disorders, Florida

Registration of 'CP 00-2180' Sugarcane

Glaz, Barry; Edme, Serge J.; Davidson, R. Wayne; Gilbert, Robert A.; Comstock, Jack C.; Glynn, Neil C.; Miller, Jimmy D.; Tai, Peter Y.P.
Fonte: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA ) Publicador: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA )
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(Acquisition) Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Suzanne Stapleton.; (Publication Status) Published; (Preferred Citation) Journal of Plant Registrations 3:35–41 (2009). doi: 10.3198/jpr2008.05.0272crc; (Additional Physical Form) NALT Terms: Saccharum, sugarcane, sugar crops, cultivars, germplasm releases, crop yield, sucrose, sandy soils, disease resistance, genetic resistance, plant diseases and disorders, Florida

Registration of 'CPCL 97-2730' Sugarcane

Milligan, Scott B.; Davidson, R. Wayne; Edme, Serje J.; Comstock, Jack C.; Hu, Chen-Jian; Holder, David G.; Glaz, Barry; Glynn, Neil C.; Gilbert, Robert A.
Fonte: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA ) Publicador: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA )
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(Acquisition) Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Suzanne Stapleton.; (Publication Status) Published; (Additional Physical Form) NALT Terms: Saccharum, sugarcane, cultivars, germplasm releases, crop yield, high-yielding varieties, crop quality, sandy soils, organic soils, disease resistance, plant diseases and disorders, Florida; (Preferred Citation) Journal of plant registrations (2009) 3:158-164 doi: 10.3198/jpr2009.01.0047crc

Registration of 'CP 01-1372' Sugarcane

Edme, Serge J. ( Author, Primary ); Davidson, R. Wayne ( Author, Secondary ); Gilbert, Robert A ( Author, Secondary ); Comstock, Jack C. ( Author, Secondary ); Glynn, Neil C. ( Author, Secondary ); Glaz, Barry ( Author, Secondary ); del Blanco, Isabel A.
Fonte: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA ) Publicador: Crop Science Society of America; Crop Science Society of America ( Madison, WI USA )
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Publicado em //2009 ENGLISH
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85.65%
(Acquisition) Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Suzanne Stapleton.; (Publication Status) Published; (Preferred Citation) Journal of plant registrations (2009) 3:150-157 doi: 10.3198/jpr2009.01.0046crc; (Additional Physical Form) NALT Terms: Saccharum, sugarcane, cultivars, germplasm releases, crop yield, high-yielding varieties, crop quality, sandy soils, organic soils, disease resistance, plant diseases and disorders, Florida