Leonardo Velasco (IFAPA)

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Publications of Leonardo Velasco (IFAPA) (25 listed):

Plant Disease (2018) 102, 165-171
Almudena Simón, Leticia Ruiz, Leonardo Velasco and Dirk Janssen (2018)
Absolute quantification of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus Spain strain, ToLCNDV-ES: Virus accumulation in a host-specific manner

Plant Pathology (2017) 66, 376-382
L. Ruiz, A. Simon, L. Velasco and D. Janssen (2017)
Biological characterization of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus from Spain

Plant Pathology (2017) 66, 1202-1213
E. Cretazzo and L. Velasco (2017)
High-throughput sequencing allowed the completion of the genome of Grapevine red globe virus and revealed recurring co-infection with other tymoviruses in grapevine

Plant Pathology (2016) 65, 847-856
L. Velasco, N. Salem, A. Willemsen, M. Lapidot, A.N. Mansour, L. Rubio and L. Galipienso (2016)
Genetic variation and evolutionary forces shaping Cucumber vein yellowing virus populations: risk of emergence of virulent isolates in Europe

Annals of Applied Biology (2016) 169, 91-105
C. Sáez, C. Martínez, M. Ferriol, S. Manzano, L. Velasco, M. Jamilena, C. López and B. Picó (2016)
Resistance to Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus in Cucurbita spp.

Plant Pathology (2016) 65, 310-321
A.M. Pesqueira, C. Cabaleiro and L. Velasco (2016)
Genetic analysis of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 population from Galicia, Spain

Journal of Plant Pathology (2015) 97, 189-192
L. Velasco, E. Cretazzo, C.V. Padilla and D. Janssen (2015)
Grapevine leafroll associated virus 4 strain 9: Complete genome and quantitative analysis of virus-derived small interfering RNA populations

Plant Disease (2015) 99, p. 894 (Ruiz et al.)
M.L. Ruiz, A. Simón, L. Velasco, M.C. García and D. Janssen (2015)
First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting tomato in Spain

Plant Disease (2014) 98, 395-400
Leonardo Velasco, Josefina Bota, Rafael Montero and Enrico Cretazzo (2014)
Differences of three ampeloviruses' multiplication in plant may explain their incidences in vineyards

Archives of Virology (2012) 157, 1189-1192
L. Galipienso, L. Rubio, J. Aramburu, L. Velasco and D. Janssen (2012)
Complete nucleotide sequence of a severe isolate of Cucumber vein yellowing virus from Jordan

Plant Disease (2010) 94, p. 1507 (Padilla et al.)
C.V. Padilla, E. Cretazzo, I. Hita, N. López, V. Padilla and L. Velasco (2010)
First report of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 5 in Spain

Archives of Virology (2008) 153, 999-1001
G. Martín, L. Velasco, E. Segundo, I.M. Cuadrado and D. Janssen (2008)
The complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of Bean yellow disorder virus, a new member of the genus Crinivirus

Annals of Applied Biology (2008) 153, 335-344
L. Velasco, B. Simón, D. Janssen and J.L. Cenis (2008)
Incidences and progression of Tomato chlorosis virus disease and Tomato yellow leaf curl virus disease in tomato under different greenhouse covers in southeast Spain

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2008) 122, 579-591
Eduardo Segundo, María P. Carmona, Elisa Sáez, Leonardo Velasco, Germán Martín, Leticia Ruiz, Dirk Janssen and Isabel M. Cuadrado (2008)
Occurrence and incidence of viruses infecting green beans in south-eastern Spain

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2007) 117, 81-87
Eduardo Segundo, Dietrich E. Lesemann, Germán Martín, María P. Carmona, Leticia Ruiz, Isabel M. Cuadrado, Leonardo Velasco and Dirk Janssen (2007)
Amaranthus leaf mottle virus: 3'-end RNA sequence proves classification as distinct virus and reveals affinities within the genus Potyvirus

Virus Genes (2007) 34, 367-371
Dirk Janssen, Leonardo Velasco, Germán Martín, Eduardo Segundo and Isabel Maria Cuadrado (2007)
Low genetic diversity among Cucumber vein yellowing virus isolates from Spain

Plant Pathology (2006) 55, 264-275
L. Ruiz, D. Janssen, G. Martín, L. Velasco, E. Segundo and I.M. Cuadrado (2006)
Analysis of the temporal and spatial disease progress of Bemisia tabaci-transmitted Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus and Cucumber vein yellowing virus in cucumber

Plant Pathology (2005) 54, p. 264 (Velasco et al.)
L. Velasco, B. García, I. Hita and V. Padilla (2005)
Detection of Grapevine virus B associated with rugose wood (corky bark) symptoms in grapevine cv. Napoleon in Murcia (Spain)

Archives of Virology (2005) 150, 1439-1447
D. Janssen, G. Martín, L. Velasco, P. Gómez, E. Segundo, L. Ruiz and I.M. Cuadrado (2005)
Absence of a coding region for the helper component-proteinase in the genome of Cucumber vein yellowing virus, a whitefly-transmitted member of the Potyviridae

Plant Disease (2003) 87, p. 103 (Segundo et al.)
E. Segundo, G. Martín-Bretones, L. Ruiz, L. Velasco, D. Janssen and I.M. Cuadrado (2003)
First report of Turnip mosaic virus in Pisum sativum in Spain

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2003) 109, 935-941
J.Th.J. Verhoeven, J.W. Roenhorst, D.-E. Lesemann, E. Segundo, L. Velasco, L. Ruiz, D. Janssen and I.M. Cuadrado (2003)
Southern bean mosaic virus the causal agent of a new disease of Phaseolus vulgaris beans in Spain

Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2003) 110, 90-91
L. Ruiz, L. Velasco, E. Segundo, G. Martín and I.M. Cuadrado (2003)
Cucumber vein yellowing virus infecting cucurbitaceous crops in Spain
1st Conf. Intern. Working Groups on Legume and Vegtable Viruses, Bonn, Germany 4-9 Aug. 2002

Plant Pathology (2002) 51, p. 797 (Janssen et al.)
D. Janssen, L. Ruiz, L. Velasco, E. Segundo and I.M. Cuadrado (2002)
Non-cucurbitaceous weed species shown to be natural hosts of Cucumber vein yellowing virus in south-eastern Spain

Plant Disease (2001) 85, p. 336 (Cuadrado et al.)
I.M. Cuadrado, D. Janssen, L. Velasco, L. Ruiz and E. Segundo (2001)
First report of Cucumber vein yellowing virus in Spain

Plant Disease (2001) 85, p. 1123 (Segundo et al.)
E. Segundo, D. Janssen, L. Velasco, L. Ruiz and I.M. Cuadrado (2001)
First report of Cucumber leaf spot virus in Spain