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Bioactive properties of biostimulants obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis 11/2017 ( de 19) Poster
(3r World Biostmulant Congress, Miami (FL, USA))
Amino acid-based biostimulant is a commonly used category for those biostimulants that are obtained by hydrolysis of protein extracts. However, in addition to the content in L-Amino acids, they usuall...

Ceratitis capitata control on table grapes in Spain by the mass-trapping system Cera Trap® 05/2017 ( de 19) Poster
(3rd International Conference on Area-wide Management, Vienna AUT)
The Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) ,Ceratitis capitata,is a world wide agricultural pest with an extremely high invasive potential, which makes this species difficult to control. Mass trapping techn...

A DIGE proteomic analysis of wheat flag leaf treated with TERRA-SORB® foliar, a free amino acid high content biostimulant 03/2016 ( de 19) Scientific Article
(Journal of Integrated Omics, 188)
The flag leaf is the most important source of carbohydrate during wheat kernel filling. Around a 75% of all sugars stored in the kernel come from carbon fixed by this leaf. Terra-Sorb® foliar is an L-...

Understanding the effect of amino acids based biostimulant by an enantiomeric analysis of their active principles and a proteomic profiling approach 11/2015 ( de 19) Scientific Article
(Florence, Italy )
Plant biostimulants are products that contain multiple compounds and claim to activate a wide range of plant responses. Amino acid based products are one example of biostimulants with a complex comp...

Electroantennogram of Ceratitis capitata and field responses on Bactrocera dorsalis with CeraTrap® 05/2014 ( de 19) Poster
(9th ISFFEI, Bangkok, Thailand)
CeraTrap® (CT) is an attractant formulation of natural origin, based on a liquid protein obtained by an exclusive method of enzymatic hydrolysis, with strong attraction capacity for fruit flies and fr...

Enhancing Plant Tolerance to Temperature Stress with Amino acids: an Approach to their Mode of Action 01/2014 ( de 19) Scientific Article
(Acta Horticulturae 1009, ISHS 2013: 29-36)
Several environmental factors adversely affect plant growth, its development and the final crop yield, being temperature stress (cold, freeze or heat stress) one of the most limiting variables. With t...

Enantiomeric separation of free L-and D- amino acids in hydrolyzed protein fertilizers by CE-MS2 10/2013 ( de 19) Poster
(20th International symposium on separation techniques, Spain)
Hydrolyzed protein fertilizers (HPFs) are obtained mainly by chemical hydrolysis, or through enzymatic hydrolysis, and they typically contain free amino acids, oligo- and poly-peptides. During the ch...

Enantiomeric separation of Free L- and D-Amino Acids in Hydrolyzed Protein Fertilizers by Capillary Electrophoresis Tandem Mass Spectrometry 05/2013 ( de 19) Scientific Article
(Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2013, 61, 5022-5030)
L-amino acids play a part in many physiological processes in plants. However, while L-amino acids are biologically active, the metabolism role of D-amino acids in plants is still doubtful, and the few...

1st World Congress on the use of Biostimulants in Agriculture 12/2012 ( de 19) Scientific Communication
(Strasbourg, France)
Several environmental factors adversely affect plant growth, its development and the final crop yield, being temperature stress (cold, freeze or heat stress) one of the most limiting variables. With t...

8th International Conference on Integrated Fruit Protection 10/2012 ( de 19) Scientific Communication
(Kusadasi, Izmir, Turquía)
The Mediterranean fruit fly (medfly), Ceratitis capitata, is a key pest of many fruit crops throughout the world. The eradication programs of this pest have typically entailed the use of chemical inse...

Ceratitis capitata control on table grapes in Israel by the mass trapping system Cera Trap 07/2012 ( de 19) Poster
(2nd TEAM International Meeting, Crete, Greece)
The fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, is worldwide notorious for their destructive impact on agriculture and is one of the most difficult pests to handle. The control of this pest has historically relied...

9th Days of Experimentation in Fruitgrowing 11/2011 ( de 19) Scientific Communication
(Sevilla, España)
Nutrient deficiency stress produced by the low availability of a nutrient or a nutritional imbalance is one of the main limiting factors in the production and fruit quality. The foliar application of ...

6th International Table grape Symposium 07/2010 ( de 19) Scientific Communication
(Davis, CA )
Terra-Sorb® is a commercial product based on a mixture of all biologically active L-amino acids which proceed from enzymatic hydrolysis for agriculture use by foliar application (Bioiberica, 2009). Sp...

Cera Trap, a mass trapping system for the control of the Ceratitis capitata in citrus fruit crops. 03/2010 ( de 19) Poster
(IOBC WG IP Citrus fruit crops, Agadir, Morocco )
The fruit fly Ceratitis capitata is one of the most damaging and difficult pest to control for citrus fruit production and other fruit crops since it is, among other factors, highly polyphagous and wi...

A DIGE proteomic analysis of wheat flag leave treated with Terra-Sorb foliar, a free amino acid-based biostimulator 02/2010 ( de 19) Scientific Article
(Proteómica, Nº5)
The flag leaf is the most important source of carbohydrate during wheat kernel filling. Around a 75% of all sugars stored in the kernel come from carbon fixed by this leaf. Previous studies have shown...

A New Ready-to-Use Mass Trapping System for the Control of Olive Fruit Fly Bactrocera oleae 06/2009 ( de 19) Poster
(4th IOBC WG Integrated Protection of Olive Crops. Córdoba, Spain)
The olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae is the most destructive pest for olive production in the Mediterranean basin where the majority of the olives grown. The traditional control of this pest in Spain ...

A DIGE Proteomic analysis of wheat flag leaf treated with Terra-Sorb Foliar, a free amino acid-based biostimulator. 02/2009 ( de 19) Poster
(Proteomics and Human Proteome. Pamplona, Spain)
The flag leaf is the most important source of carbohydrate during wheat kernel filling. Around a 75% of all sugars stored in the kernel come from carbon fixed by this leaf. Terra-Sorb® foliar is an ...

Biological Control of Mediterranean Fruit Fly Ceratitis capitata. The Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis capitata [Wiedemann]) 09/2006 ( de 19) Scientific Article
(7th International Symposium on FruitFlies of Economic Importance)
Diptera: Tephritidae is one of the most destructive agricultural pests in citrus and fruit trees worldwide particularly in temperate and hot growing areas. In Spain, the total affected surface is over...

3rd New Ag Conference and Exhibition 03/2005 ( de 19) Scientific Communication
(Antalya, Turquía)
Terra-Sorb® elicitates hormonal activity and improves the tolerance to heat stress of perennial ryegrass. Summary of the study presented by Dr. Gordon L. Kauffman (Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University...

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