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Investigación
  • ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF ANTI-PATHOGEN EFFECTS OF TROPICAL FUNGAL ENDOPHYTES AND MYCORRHIZAE 

    HERRE, EDWARD ALLEN; MEJIA, LUIS C.; KYLLO, DAMOND A.; ROJAS, ENITH; MAYNARD, ZULEYKA; BUTLER, ANDRE; VAN BAEL, SUNSHINE A. (2007-03-01)
    We discuss studies of foliar endophytic fungi (FEE) and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) associated with Theobroma cacao in Panama. Direct, experimentally controlled comparisons of endophyte free (E—) and endophyte ...
  • Molecular validation of anthropophilic Phlebotominae sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Central Panama 

    Dutar, Larissa; Loaiza, Jose R. (2019-08-15)
    Six Phlebotominae sand fly species are incriminated as biological vectors of human pathogens in Panama, but molecular corroboration is still needed. We aim at confirming the identity of Phlebotominae species documented as ...
  • The impact of biological invasion and genomic local adaptation on the geographical distribution of Aedes aegypti in Panama 

    Bennett, Kelly L.; McMillan, W. Owen; Loaiza, Jose R. (2019-01-01)
    Local adaptation is an important consideration when predicting arthropod-borne disease risk because it can impact on vector population fitness and persistence. However, the extent that vector populations are adapted to ...
  • Mitogenomics of Central American weakly-electric fishes 

    Aguilar, Celestino; Miller, Matthew J.; Loaiza, Jose R.; Krahe, Rüdiger; De León, Luis F. (2019-02-20)
    Electric fishes are a diverse group of freshwater organisms with the ability to generate electric organ discharges (EODs) that are used for communication and electrolocation. This group (ca. 200 species) has originated in ...
  • Mycobacterium bovis in Panama, 2013 

    Acosta, Fermín; Chernyaeva, Ekatherina; Mendoza, Libardo; Sambrano, Dilcia; Correa, Ricardo; Rotkevich, Mikhail; Tarté, Miroslava; Hernández, Humberto; Velazco, Bredio; de Escobar, Cecilia; H. de Waard, Jacobus; Goodridge, Amador (2015-06-01)
    Panama remains free of zoonotic tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium bovis. However, DNA fingerprinting of 7 M. bovis isolates from a 2013 bovine tuberculosis outbreak indicated minimal homology with strains previously ...

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