Jesus Maria Vielba

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We characterized SCARECROW-LIKE genes induced by auxin in rooting-competent cuttings of two distantly related forest species (Pinus radiata D. Don and Castanea sativa Mill.) before the activation of cell division that results in adventitious root formation. The predicted protein sequences contain domains characteristic of the GRAS protein family and show a(More)
We characterized a Pinus radiata D. Don putative ortholog to the Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. SHORT--ROOT gene (AtSHR) and analyzed its expression in different organs during vegetative development and in response to exogenous auxin during adventitious rooting. The predicted protein sequence contained domains characteristic of the GRAS protein family and(More)
Early wound-related changes in the leaf apoplast proteome of Medicago truncatula have been characterized by 2-DE and MALDI-TOF/TOF and the differential expression of 28/110 extracellular proteins could be reproducibly observed 6 h after wounding. Wounding induced an initial (0-30 min) burst of O2-, followed by a later (3-6 h) production of O2- and H2O2. The(More)
The Castanea sativa SCL1 gene (CsSCL1) has previously been shown to be induced by auxin during adventitious root (AR) formation in rooting-competent microshoots. However, its expression has not previously been analyzed in rooting-incompetent shoots. This study focuses on the regulation of CsSCL1 during maturation and the role of the gene in the formation of(More)
We characterized a Pinus radiata D. Don putative ortholog to the Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. SHORT-ROOT gene (AtSHR) and analyzed its expression in different organs during vegetative development and in response to exogenous auxin during adventitious rooting. The predicted protein sequence contained domains characteristic of the GRAS protein family and(More)
The CsGH3 - 1 gene was isolated from chestnut microshoots. Expression analysis during induction of adventitious roots indicates an alteration in shoot auxin homeostasis during maturation that negatively affects adventitious rooting. A new auxin inducible gene isolated from chestnut microshoots was found to encode a protein belonging to group II of the(More)
Quinsy cases following tonsillectomy are very rare indeed, as proved by the scarce publications related to the subject. And all of them presented after a long term of years elapsed. From the perusal of the bibliography done by the AA. none of the cases presented close to the operation. The chance to see and treat one case starting from the fourth(More)
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