Use of good agricultural practices for disease prevention and management and Procedures for testing of the effectiveness of different antibacterial compounds (i.e. N-acetylcysteine, etc.) able to contrast multiplication and/or movement of Xf in plant hosts
Desk-based comparison between available phytosanitary and quarantine measures in relevant countries
Preliminary report on the presence, facilities, mandate, staff of the laboratories involved in the Xf monitoring and surveillance program in the participating countries. it will allow to fine tune and organize the capacity building activities: on-the-job training, seminars on the set-up, safety measures and the needed equipments for the laboratories.
it will present the results of the demonstrative activities will be performed in different countries for the characterization of the xylem-feeder population present in different crops (with major efforts to be conducted in olive groves) in the different Med countries.
State of the art of the improvements and the new capabilities of the laboratories involved in the Xf monitoring and surveillance program after the capacity building (included in D3.2) on how to perform and use EU harmonized diagnostic protocols carried out in Task 3.2
in collaboration with all partners, there will be the state of the art of of landscape-scale early detection of Xf outbreaks using remote sensing approach available and in use. there will be a comparative study that will allow to better tune the training foreseen in this WP
it will be a synthesis of the achievements concerning the following topics: * identification of Xf plant hosts and symptoms recognition * comparative analyses and NGS of Xf-host genomes interaction * Knowledge on host resistance\tolerance to Xf infection *Identification of potential vectors of Xf in different Mediterranean and European habitats *Ecological keys elements for Xf-insect vectors.
It will be the result of the training on the comparative genomic analyses and NGS approaches for the analysis of the transcriptomes of host plants associated to differential disease response and the summer school to be held in Puglia. The ppt used during these sessions will be collected and made available
It will be the result of the training activities to provide effective diagnostic procedures that will serve as tools for the early detection of new outbreak(s) and to implement the effectiveness of the control at the port of entry. The ppt used during these sessions will be collected and made available
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Author(s): Arafat Hanani, Franco Valentini, Simona M. Sanzani, Marilita Gallo, Salvatore Walter Davino, Anna Maria D’Onghia
Published in: Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiano di fitopatologia (SIPAV), 2019
Author(s): Daniel El Chami, André Daccache, Maroun El Moujabber
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 12/8, 2020, Page(s) 3119, ISSN 2071-1050
Author(s): S.M. White, J.A. Navas‐Cortés, J.M. Bullock, D. Boscia, D.S. Chapman
Published in: Plant Pathology, 2020, ISSN 0032-0862
Author(s): Michel Frem Daniel Chapman, Vincenzo Fucilli, Elia Choueiri,
Maroun El Moujabber, Pierfederico La Notte, Franco Nigro
Published in: NeoBiota, Issue 59, 2020, Page(s) 77-97, ISSN 1314-2488