Leticia Botella

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Publications of Leticia Botella (9 listed):

Archives of Virology (2020) 165, 2405-2408
Mária Kocanová, Ales Eichmeier and Leticia Botella (2020)
A novel mitovirus detected in Diaporthe rudis, a fungus associated with Phomopsis dieback on grapevines

Viruses (2018) 10 (11 - 654)
Leticia Botella and Jarkko Hantula (2018)
Description, distribution, and relevance of viruses of the forest pathogen Gremmeniella abietina

Forest Pathology (2017) 47 (1 - e12291)
L. Botella, M. Dvorák, P. Capretti and N. Luchi (2017)
Effect of temperature on GaRV6 accumulation and its fungal host, the conifer pathogen Gremmeniella abietina

Molecular Ecology (2017) 26, 2482-2497
Corine N. Schoebel, Leticia Botella, Vaidotas Lygis and Daniel Rigling (2017)
Population genetic analysis of a parasitic mycovirus to infer the invasion history of its fungal host

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2017) 27, 992-1008
Vendula Cermáková, Tomás Kudlácek, Gabriela Rotková, Jirí Rozsypálek and Leticia Botella (2017)
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus mitovirus 1 naturally disperses through the airborne inoculum of its host, Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, in the Czech Republic

Forest Pathology (2016) 46, 85-87
L. Botella, V. Cermáková, A. Bacová and M. Dvorák (2016)
ADA, a fast-growth medium for Hymenoscyphus fraxineus

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2015) 143, 691-704
Carmen Romeralo, Johanna Witzell, Rosa Romeralo-Tapia, Leticia Botella and Julio Javier Diez (2015)
Antagonistic activity of fungal endophyte filtrates against Gremmeniella abietina infections on Aleppo pine seedlings

Archives of Virology (2015) 160, 1967-1975
Leticia Botella, Eeva J. Vainio, Jarkko Hantula, Julio J. Diez and Libor Jankovsky (2015)
Description and prevalence of a putative novel mycovirus within the conifer pathogen Gremmeniella abietina

Archives of Virology (2014) 159, 2153-2155
Pablo Martínez-Álvarez, Eeva J. Vainio, Leticia Botella, Jarkko Hantula and Julio J. Diez (2014)
Three mitovirus strains infecting a single isolate of Fusarium circinatum are the first putative members of the family Narnaviridae detected in a fungus of the genus Fusarium