Jump straight to content - Accessibility Information and Accesskeys.

Results from the ResistVir database
Genetic resistances to plant viruses and their vectors

Information about
Plant Pathology Group - Stress Biology and Plant Pathology Department - CEBAS - CSIC
Murcia - Spain

Last database update for these data: 2008-10-16 - Data extracted on 2009-04-14 from the database.

General data

Presentation   Staff   Structures   Viruses studied   Areas of expertise and Technologies
Plant Pathology Group - Stress Biology and Plant Pathology Department - CEBAS - CSIC
Name: (Spanish) Grupo de PatologĂ­a Vegetal
Type: Research unit group
Head: Miguel A. Aranda (Leader)
URL: Group Web page
Campus de Espinardo
Aptdo correos 164
30100 Murcia
Postal code: 30100
City: Murcia
Country: Spain
Email: m.aranda@cebas.csic.es
Phone: 34 9 68 39 62 95
Fax: 34 9 68 39 62 13
Legal entity: No
Domains: ResistVir All domains
Permanent scientists:2.0not recorded
Permanent other than scientists:0not recorded
PhD students:4.0not recorded
Postdoc positions:3.0not recorded
Total scientists:9.0not recorded
Total:9.0not recorded
Organizations, centres or groups on which depends this group: Stress Biology and Plant Pathology Department - CEBAS - CSIC
"Del Segura" Edaphology and Applied Biology Center - CSIC
Spanish Council for Scientific Research
Viruses studied
Viruses Host plants Crops Vectors
Cucumber mosaic virus
Cucumber vein yellowing virus
Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus
Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus
Melon necrotic spot virus
Pepino mosaic virus
Prunus necrotic ringspot virus
Cucumis melo
Cucumis sativus
Lycopersicon esculentum
Prunus armeniaca
Musk melon
Aphis gossypii
Bemisia tabaci
Myzus persicae
Olpidium bornovanus
Areas of expertise and used technologies
No: Category Description
1: Molecular biology Development of fast and valiable diagnostics tools for plant pathogenic viruses
Analysis of the molecular basis of the plant-virus interactions
2: Imaging Analysis of the interactions between plant and viruses at the tissue and cellular levels
Studies of the mechanism of the horizontal and vertical transmission of plant viruses