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Genomic Analysis, Sequence Diversity, and Occurrence of Apple necrotic mosaic virus, a Novel Ilarvirus Associated with Mosaic Disease of Apple Trees in China.

China accounts for over 50% of apple production worldwide. Very recently, a novel ilarvirus, Apple necrotic mosaic virus (ApNMV), was isolated from apple trees showing mosaic symptoms in Japan. This study compared different types of mosaic symptoms observed in apple trees in China under field conditions. Complete nucleotide sequences were obtained for six isolates of ApNMV. The genomic components varied in size from 3,378 to 3,380 nt (RNA1), 2,778 to 2,786 nt (RNA2), and 1,909 to 1,955 nt (RNA3), respective...


Measuring methane emissions from abandoned and active oil and gas wells in West Virginia.

Recent studies have reported methane (CH) emissions from abandoned and active oil and gas infrastructure across the United States, where measured emissions show regional variability. To investigate similar phenomena in West Virginia, we measure and characterize emissions from abandoned and active conventional oil and gas wells. In addition, we reconcile divergent regional CH emissions estimates by comparing our West Virginia emissions estimates with those from other states in the United States. We find the ...

Apple rootstocks of different nitrogen tolerance affect the rhizosphere bacterial community composition.

To select apple rootstocks that are tolerant to low nitrogen and reveal the relationship between the rhizosphere bacterial communities and the low nitrogen tolerance of the apple rootstock.


Discovery of Negative-Sense RNA Viruses in Trees Infected with Apple Rubbery Wood Disease by Next-Generation Sequencing.

Apple rubbery wood is a disease of apple found around the world, often associated with Apple flat limb disease, and regulated in many countries. Despite its long history in apple cultivation, the disease's causal agent has remained elusive. In this study, next-generation sequencing (NGS) was used to identify and characterize several related novel viral agents from apple rubbery wood-infected plants, which have been named Apple rubbery wood virus (ARWV) 1 and 2. Additional specimens with apple rubbery wood d...

Validity of the Apple Watch for monitoring push counts in people using manual wheelchairs.

A recent Apple Watch activity-monitoring innovation permits manual wheelchair users to monitor daily push counts. This study evaluated the validity of the Apple Watch push count estimate.

Paecilomyces Rot: A New Apple Disease.

Paecilomyces niveus is an important food spoilage fungus that survives thermal processing in fruit products, where it produces the mycotoxin patulin. Spoilage of products has been attributed to soil contamination; however, little is known about the ecology of this organism. In this study, orchard soils and culled apple fruit were surveyed and the ability of P. niveus to infect apple was tested on two popular apple varieties. P. niveus was found in 34% of sampled orchard soils from across New York. Completin...

Incorporating Adjuvants with Captan to Manage Common Apple Diseases.

Captan has become an increasingly important fungicide in the management of common apple diseases such as apple scab (Venturia inaequalis) and bitter rot (Colletotrichum spp.) due to the low risk of fungicide resistance evolving in either pathogen population to this product. Restrictions on the amount of captan that can be applied per season limits the amount and the number of applications a grower may use, resulting in control failures during high disease pressure years. This 3-year field study evaluated ho...

Distribution and Characterization of Monilinia spp. Causing Apple Fruit Decay in Serbia.

Brown rot, caused by Monilinia spp., is an economically important pre- and postharvest disease of pome and stone fruits worldwide. In Serbia, apple is the most widely grown pome fruit, and the distribution of economically important Monilinia spp. responsible for apple brown rot is unknown. Hence, we conducted a three year survey, from 2010 to 2012, where 349 isolates were obtained from six orchards and four storage facilities from five different apple cultivars with brown rot symptoms. Morphological charact...

Active edible films of methylcellulose with extracts of green apple (Granny Smith) skin.

The aim a present study was developed methylcellulose (MC) active edible films with extracts of green apple skin, as model systems of edible coating. Active edible films were developed by incorporation of ethanolic extract of freeze-dried apple skin (EEFD) and aqueous extract of apple skin (AES) at 10, 20 and 25% (v/v) concentrations. Analysis of thermal, mechanical and functional properties was carried out. Results showed that incorporation of green apple skin extracts into MC films contribute to total phe...

Apple SUMO E3 ligase MdSIZ1 is involved in the response to phosphate deficiency.

In plants, SIZ1 regulates abiotic and biotic stress responses by promoting the SUMOylation of proteins. The apple MdSIZ1 protein has conserved domains similar to those of Arabidopsis AtSIZ1. Real-time fluorescent quantitative analysis showed that MdSIZ1 gene expression was induced by phosphate-deficient conditions. In addition, the level of SUMOylation was also significantly increased under these conditions. The MYB transcription factor MdPHR1 might be a target for the SUMO protein, which is a phosphorus st...

Alternaria malicola sp. nov., a New Pathogen Causing Fruit Spot on Apple in China.

Alternaria spp. are pathogens of several diseases that pose significant threats to apple production. Several putative Alternaria sp. isolates were obtained from lesions of a disease commonly referred to as black dot on apple fruit in Shaanxi Province, China. Pathogenicity tests using mycelial plugs and conidial suspensions indicated that this isolate could cause leaf blotch, as well as moldy core and black dot on fruit. On the basis of sequence analysis of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH), R...

Air pollution and healthcare expenditure: Implication for the benefit of air pollution control in China.

Quantitating the health effects of air pollution is important for understanding the benefits of environmental regulations. Using the China Urban Household Survey (UHS) Database, this paper estimated the effect of air pollution exposure on household healthcare expenditure. To address potential endogeneity concerns, we performed household healthcare expenditure regressions using an instrumental variables (IV) strategy based on spatial air pollution spillovers. Our research revealed that a 1% increase in yearl...

Hairy root culture as a valuable tool for allelopathic studies in apple.

Allelopathic plants exploit their chemical 'weapons' to prevail over the competition, suppress neighboring plants and consequently use the available resources more efficiently. However, the investigation of plant allelopathic interactions in rhizosphere is difficult to perform because of its high complexity due to interactions of biotic and abiotic factors. Thus, autonomous, aseptic root cultures of apple (Malus × domestica Borkh.) could facilitate allelopathic studies. We report on the successful genetic ...

Upgrading Pectin Production from Apple Pomace by Acetic Acid Extraction.

Pectin, as one of the most widely used functional polysaccharide, can be abundantly extracted from apple pomace which is the main by-product of apple juice industry. In the case of 110 min, 10% (w/w) acetic acid (AA), and 100 °C, extraction yield of pectin reached 19.6%. Compared with mineral acid-extracted pectin, the yield, molecular weight, galacturonic acid content, and DE of the AA-extracted pectin were higher while neutral sugars were lower. Furthermore, the AA-extracted pectin solution demonstrate...

Analysis of the dissipation kinetics of thiophanate-methyl and its metabolite carbendazim in apple leaves using a modified QuEChERS-UPLC-MS/MS method.

As one of the main fungicides for the apple leaf disease control, thiophanate-methyl (TM) mainly exerts the fungicidal activity in the form of its metabolite carbendazim (MBC), whose dissipation kinetics is very distinct from its parent but was paid little attention. The aim of this work was to investigate the dissipation kinetics of TM and its active metabolite MBC in apple leaves using a modified QuEChERS-UPLC-MS/MS method. Results showed TM and MBC could be quickly extracted by this modified QuEChERS pro...

Market and Patent Analyses of Wearables in Medicine.

Wearable medical devices (WMDs) will advance point-of-care diagnostics and therapeutics. This article analyses the market and patents for wearable devices. Activity monitors have the largest market share, and the intellectual property landscape is dominated by electronics corporations. However, the majority of these patents have not been realized in commercial products.

Changes in the sucrose metabolism in apple fruit following postharvest acibenzolar-S-methyl treatment.

Apple (cv. Ralls) fruit were treated with 0.1 g L acibenzolar-S-methyl (ASM) for 10 min to evaluate the changes of enzyme activities and gene expression in the sucrose metabolism during storage at 20 C with 30-40 % relative humidity.

Detection of chloramphenicol in chicken, pork and fish with a molecularly imprinted polymer-based microtiter chemiluminescence method.

In this study, 4-nitrotoluene (NT) was used as dummy template to synthesize a molecularly imprinted polymer that was highly specific for chloramphenicol. The polymer was coated in the wells of 96-well microplates as recognition reagent to develop a chemiluminescence method. The analyte solution and an enzyme-labelled hapten were added into the wells to perform competition, and the light signal was induced with a highly efficient luminol-HO-4-(imidazol-1-yl)phenol system. Then, the optimized method was used ...

Genome-wide identification and expression analysis of brassinosteroid biosynthesis and metabolism genes regulating apple tree shoot and lateral root growth.

In plants, brassinosteroid biosynthesis and metabolism genes affect endogenous brassinosteroid metabolic processes as well as stem and root growth. However, there is little information available regarding these genes in apple. In this study, 22 brassinosteroid biosynthesis and metabolism genes were identified in apple (Malus domestica). These genes were named according to their chromosomal locations and the Arabidopsis thaliana homologs. Their conserved characteristic domains, evolutionary relationships, sy...

Magnetic apple pomace biochar: Simple preparation, characterization, and application for enriching Ag(I) in effluents.

In order to manage and utilize a large amount of wasted apple pomace, the magnetic biochar was prepared through pyrolysis of apple pomace at 600 °C in nitrogen environment, followed by immersion aging in Fe(II)/Fe(III) aqueous solution. The characterization of the resulting magnetic biochar, herein called the M600APB, showed that the saturation magnetization value and the Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) specific surface area of M600APB were 9.52 emu/g and 102.18 m/g, respectively. The batch adsorption s...

Effect of kisspeptin antagonist on goat in vitro leydig cell steroidogenesis.

Kisspeptin is the protein product of Kiss1 gene. In contrast to its fundamental role as GnRH Secretagogue and puberty initiation, its functions in extrahypothalmic tissues such as the testes remain unknown. The objective of this study was to investigate the potential local role of kisspeptin in the Leydig cell culture in goats. Five male Shiba goats were castrated to isolate Leydig cells from the testes. The isolated Leydig cells were then purified and cultured with different concentration of kisspeptin ant...

Diagnostic value of D-dimer combined with Wells score for suspected pulmonary embolism.

To evaluate the value of conventional and age-adjusted D-dimer cut-off value combined with 2-level Wells score for diagnosis of suspected pulmonary embolism.

Validation of Dried Blood Spot Cards to Determine Apple Phenolic Metabolites in Human Blood and Plasma After an Acute Intake of Red-Fleshed Apple Snack.

The application of dried blood spot (DBS) cards for the study in human blood of dietary polyphenol bioavailability has been poorly studied.

How sulphur dioxide and storage temperature contribute to patulin degradation in homemade apple juice.

Mycotoxin patulin is one of the quality indicators for apple juice. Like other mycotoxins, it raises consumer health concerns. The issue of low quality is particularly relevant for apples provided by small producers, whose quality control may not be standardised. As sulphur dioxide (SO2) is common in fruit preservation against fungi, the aim of this study was to determine how efficient it is in degrading patulin in apple juices stored in real-life conditions. This included refrigerated (4 °C) and non-refri...

Neoformation and summer arrest are common sources of tree plasticity in response to water stress of apple cultivars.

Depending on the species, water stress affects different growth and developmental processes, mainly due to changes in hydraulic properties and hormonal signalling. This study compared the impact of water stress on tree development and organ growth in three apple cultivars.


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