Cristina Cabaleiro

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With the aim of investigating the dynamics of transmission of GLRaV-3, we report and analyse time-courses of infection incidence in various plots in one vineyard in Rías Baixas (Galicia, Spain). GLRaV-3 infection was close to 100% after 15 years monitoring the epidemic in several plots where P. citri was widely spread although with low density populations.(More)
Some characteristics of the acquisition and transmission of GLRaV-3 by Planococcus citri were determined by ELISA testing and transmission experiments. Groups of five insects were used, i.e. the advisable minimum group size suggested by the results of ELISA of insect groups of various sizes. The virus was transmitted to only 1/10 test plants each of which(More)
Several vineyards in Rías Baixas and one in the Ribeira Sacra (Spain) were monitored and the spatial pattern of leafroll-diseased grapevine was analysed at several dates. Unidimensional aggregation analysis (ordinary runs), bidimensional analysis, and disease gradients analysis were used as methods of study of spatial aspects of epidemics of GLRaV. At very(More)
Experiments were carried out in the laboratory to assess the insecticidal effect on Myzus persicae Sulzer of different oils applied alone or combined with imidacloprid or pirimicarb. The oils tested were a horticultural mineral oil, a refined rapeseed oil, a refined soya oil and a raw fish oil. When the oils were sprayed alone on pepper plants infested with(More)
Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 (GLRaV-3) is a mealybug-transmissible ampelovirus. Though the transmission mechanism has been described as semipersistent on the basis of temporal parameters, definitive proof of this mechanism has never been provided. In the present study, we carried out preliminary assays to establish the location of the virus in its(More)
The citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri (Risso) (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae), is the main grapevine pest in vineyards in some countries, such as Spain and Brazil. In Galician vineyards (northwestern Spain), mealybug population levels are low because the accumulated degree-days are lower than in other grapevine-growing areas. The main problem caused by(More)
Phyllodes tumor represents only about 1% of breast tumors and it is very rare in young women. Johannes Müller described it for the first time in 1893. Its name is derived from the Greek words phyllon, meaning leaf and eîdos, appearance; meaning that it takes on a leaflike appearance Our aim was to report a case in an 11 year old girl with a phyllodes tumor(More)
Habib Abbasipour Samir M. M. Abd-Alla Hiroshi Abe Halide Nihal Acikgoz Andrew Adams Peter Adler Mohammad-Amir Aghaee Arthur Agnello Ingrid Aguilar Abu Hassan Ahmad John David Aigner Cedric Alaux Mohamed Alburaki Mohammad Ali Al-Deeb Corrine Alexander John All Clare Allen Jeremy Allison Steven Alm Anthony Almudevar Diane Alston Israel Alvarado Andrei(More)
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