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Citrus Health Response Program

National Citrus Research Forum
June 16-18, 2010

Abstracts

Outcome 1 - How do we keep groves currently affected by ACP and HLB productive?

  • An Integrated Approach to Mitigate Citrus Huanglongbing ( PDF ; 58 Kb)
  • Comparative Genomics of HLB-associated ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' With Other Closely Related Rhizobiales ( PDF ; 12 Kb)
  • Development of single-chain antibody fragments (scFvs) against ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' by phage display ( PDF ; 36 Kb)
  • Genetic Diversity of “Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus” Strains from “New” and “Old” HLB-affected Geographical Locations ( PDF ; 13 KB)
  • HLB Effects on the Flavor of Orange Juice ( PDF ; 11 Kb)
  • Potential use of SPLAT™ as a carrier of ACP scent attractants ( PDF ; 40 Kb)

Outcome 2 - How do we prevent or slow the spread of HLB and ACP?

  • A Pilot Project: Area-Wide Management of Asian Citrus Psyllid in Texas ( PDF ; 46 Kb)
  • California Citrus Industry Response to ACP and HLB ( PDF ; 15 Kb)
  • Comparative Analysis of Asian Citrus Psyllid and Potato Psyllid Antennae ( PDF ; 32 Kb)
  • Controlling the Asian Citrus Psyllid and its Ability to Vector HLB disease by Blocking the Highly Specialized Psyllid Feeding Process ( PDF ; 23 Kb)
  • Diaphorina Citri Acquisition Efficiency of Candidatus Liberibacter Asiaticus in Relation to Plant Iinfection Level and Incubation Period ( PDF ; 34 Kb)
  • Dormant Season Foliar Sprays of Broad-Spectrum Iinsecticides: A Powerful Tool for Managing Diaphorina Citri (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) in Citrus Orchards ( PDF ; 74 Kb)
  • Host Response for Detection of Citrus Huanglongbing disease ( PDF ; 13 Kb)
  • Host Specificity Testing of Tamarixia Radiata for Classical Biological Control of Asian Citrus Psylla Diaphorina Citri in California ( PDF ; 34 Kb)
  • Identification of Cytochrome P450 monooxygenases in Diaphorina citri, an economically important psyllid ( PDF ; 35 Kb)
  • Incidence of the Bacterium Associated with Huanglongbing in Asian Citrus Psyllids from Citrus and Citrus Relatives for Sale in Florida ( PDF ; 34 Kb)
  • Mass Production of Tamarixia Radiata as a Tool for Suppression of Asian Citrus Psyllid ( PDF ; 10 Kb)
  • Nature of Alpha Proteobacteria in Citrus and Citrus Relatives ( PDF ; 35 Kb)
  • Phylogeography of Diaphorina citri Kuwayama mtCOI: Two Old World Lineages and a New World Invasion ( PDF ; 15 Kb)
  • Population Genetic Studies Uncover Two Founding Events in Asian Citrus Psyllid Populations from the America Continent ( PDF ; 22 Kb)
  • Preventing Bee Mortality with RNA Interference ( PDF ; 18 Kb)
  • Psyllid Cell Culture: System to Study Candidatus Liberibacter sp. Replication ( PDF ; 35 Kb)
  • Psyllid Genetics: Implications of Pest Distribution and Population Variability within the U.S. ( PDF ; 24 Kb)
  • Psyllid Symbionts: A 454 Pyrosequencing Approach for Microbiome Description ( PDF ; 12 Kb)
  • Rapid Bacterial Species Identification-High Resolution Melt-Curve Analysis ( PDF ; 34 Kb)
  • RNAi Delivery-Whole Plant Systems for Reducing Psyllids and Leafhoppers ( PDF ; 13 Kb)
  • RNAi and Emerging Psyllid Genomes- Increasing the Number of Genetic Targets ( PDF ; 14 Kb)
  • Transmission of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' from seeds to seedlings in citrus along with a low bacterial tier and atypical HLB symptoms ( PDF ; 15 Kb)
  • Two New Real-Time PCR-based Surveillance Systems for Candidatus Liberibacter Species Detection ( PDF ; 14 Kb)

Outcome 3 - Citrus groves or trees free of HLB and ACP: What genetic and horticulture strategies should be pursued?

  • Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (CLas)Titer in Poncirus trifoliata and P. trifoliata Hybrids: Inferences on Components of HLB Tolerance ( PDF ; 63 Kb)
  • Developing Transgenic Citrus for Resistance to Huanglongbing and Citrus Canker ( PDF ; 24 Kb)
  • Cryopreservation and Cryotherapy of Citrus Cultivars ( PDF ; 14 Kb)

Multiple Outcomes

  • A Simplified Nucleic Acid Extraction [rotocol for Las Detection and Quantification ( PDF ; 64 Kb)
  • Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (CLas)Titer in Field- Infected Commercial Citrus Cultivars ( PDF ; 45 Kb)
  • Deep Transcriptome Profile of Early Host Responses to Huanglongbing in Citrus Fruit and Leaf Tissues ( PDF ; 14 Kb)
  • Natural Field Spread and Controlled Transmission of Candidatus Liberibacter Asiaticus to Citrus Using Graft and Psyllid Inoculations ( PDF ; 65 Kb)



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