Rocio Olmo

Rocio Olmo
University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna | vetmed · Unit of Food Microbiology

PhD

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September 2014 - February 2020
University of Castilla-La Mancha
Position
  • PhD Student
April 2013 - September 2021
The National Museum of Natural Sciences
Position
  • Master's Student
November 2010 - February 2012
Universitat Politècnica de València
Position
  • Bacherlor's Student

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Publications (15)
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Increasing knowledge of the microbiome has led to significant advancements in the agrifood system. Case studies based on microbiome applications have been reported worldwide and, in this review, we have selected 14 success stories that showcase the importance of microbiome research in advancing the agrifood system. The selected case studies describ...
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Root‐knot nematodes (RKNs; Meloidogyne spp.) induce new post‐embryogenic organs within the roots (galls) were they stablish and differentiate nematode’s feeding cells, giant‐cells (GCs). Developmental programs and functional genes involved are scarcely defined. Arabidopsis root apical meristem (RAM), lateral root (LR) and callus marker lines: SHORT...
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Root‐knot nematodes (RKNs; Meloidogyne spp.) are a major pest for the agriculture worldwide. RKNs induce specialized feeding cells (giant cells; GCs) inside galls which are de novo formed pseudo‐organs in the roots that share similarities with other developmental processes as lateral root (LR) and callus formation or grafting involving new vascular...
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Most effective nematicides for the control of root-knot nematodes are banned, which demands a better understanding of the plant-nematode interaction. Understanding how gene expression in the nematode-feeding sites relates to morphological features may assist a better characterization of the interaction. However, nematode-induced galls resulting fro...
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Developmental plasticity is one of the most striking features of plant morphogenesis, as plants are able to vary their shapes in response to environmental cues. Biotic or abiotic stimuli often promote organogenesis events in plants not observed under normal growth conditions. Root-knot nematodes (RKNs) are known to parasitize multiple species of ro...
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Root-knot nematodes (RKNs; Meloidogyne spp.) induce feeding cells (giant cells; GCs) inside a pseudo-organ (gall) from still unknown root cells. Understanding GCs ontogeny is essential to the basic knowledge of RKN-plant interaction and to discover novel and effective control strategies. Hence, we report for the first time in a model plant, Arabido...
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Plant parasitic nematodes cause a great impact in agricultural systems. The search for effective control methods is partly based on the understanding of underlying molecular mechanisms leading to the formation of nematode feeding sites. In this respect, crosstalk of hormones such as auxins and cytokinins (IAA, CK) between the plant and the nematode...
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The fungal genus Collemopsidium comprises species that develop so-called borderline lichen symbioses with algae or cyanobacteria. Together with morphologically similar pyrenocarpous fungi it has been assigned to the family Xanthopyreniaceae. The adscription of this family to higher taxonomic ranks remain uncertain. Using sequence data of five nucle...
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Root-knot nematodes (RKN) are polyphagous plant-parasitic roundworms that produce large crop losses, representing a relevant agricultural pest worldwide. After infection, they induce swollen root structures called galls containing giant cells (GCs) indispensable for nematode development. Among efficient control methods are biotechnology-based strat...

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