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Dr. Svetlana Folimonova

Assistant Professor


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Contact

Room #2565 Fifield Hall, 2550 Hull Rd.
Gainesville, FL, 32611
(352)-273-4655
svetlana@ufl.edu

Background
  • Ph.D. Virology, Moscow State University, 1996
  • M.S. Biochemistry, Moscow State University, 1989
  • B.S. Biology, Moscow State University, 1988

Contact

Room #2565 Fifield Hall, 2550 Hull Rd.
Gainesville, FL, 32611
(352)-273-4655
svetlana@ufl.edu

Background
  • Ph.D. Virology, Moscow State University, 1996
  • M.S. Biochemistry, Moscow State University, 1989
  • B.S. Biology, Moscow State University, 1988
Research

About

My research program focuses on viral and bacterial diseases of citrus, in particular diseases caused by Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) and by Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus [Citrus greening or Huanglongbing (HLB)]. My primary research effort is concentrated on understanding of the mechanisms of the infection process, hosts responses to the pathogens, improving methods of detection, and developing management strategies for these diseases.

Patents & Copyrights
  • “Citrus tristeza virus based vectors for foreign gene/s expression”, Serial No. 61/537,154; filed September 21, 2011, Docket No. 10457-204; UF#13736.
  • “Viral based transient-expression vector system that ameliorates superinfection exclusion”, Serial No. 61/440,445; filed February 8, 2011, Docket No. 10457-187P; UF#13630.
  • “Viral based transient-expression vector system that allows multiple applications”, Serial No. 61/321,970; Docket No. 10457-165, filed April 8, 2010.
  • “Viral-based transient expression vector system for trees”, application for U.S. Letters Patent was filed on July 16, 2008, and assigned Serial No. 12/174,159 and Docket No. 10457-119.
Publications
  • Refereed Publications
  • Atallah O. O., Kang S.-H., El-Mohtar C., Shilts T., Bergua M., and Folimonova S. Y. (2016). A 5’-proximal region of the Citrus tristeza virus genome encoding two leader proteases is involved in virus superinfection exclusion. Virology 489:108-115.
  • Bergua M., Phelan D. M., Bak A., Bloom D. C., and Folimonova S. Y. (2016). Simultaneous visualization of two Citrus tristeza virus genotypes provides new insights into the structure of multi-component virus populations in a host. Virology 491:10-19.
  • Bak A. and Folimonova S. Y. (2015). The conundrum of a unique protein encoded by Citrus tristeza virus that is dispensable for infection of most hosts yet shows characteristics of a viral movement protein. Virology 485:86-95.
  • Kang S.-H., Bak A., Kim O.-K., and Folimonova S. Y. (2015). Membrane association of a nonconserved viral protein confers virus ability to extend its host range. Virology 482:208-217.
  • Folimonova S. Y., Harper S. J., Leonard M. T., Triplett E. W., and Shilts T. (2014). Superinfection exclusion by Citrus tristeza virus does not correlate with the production of viral small RNAs. Virology 468-470: 462-471.
  • Pagliai F. A., Gardner C. L., Bojilova L., Sarnegrim A., Tamayo C., Potts A. H., Teplitski M., Folimonova S. Y., Gonzalez C. F., and Lorca G. L. (2014). The transcriptional activator LdtR from ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ mediates osmotic stress tolerance. PLOS Pathogens 10(4): e1004101.
  • Bergua M., Zwart M. P., El-Mohtar C., Shilts T., Elena S. F., and Folimonova S. Y. (2014).  A viral protein mediates superinfection exclusion at the whole organism level while is not required for exclusion at the cellular level. Journal of Virology 88:11327-11338.
  • Folimonova S. Y. (2013). Developing an understanding of cross-protection by Citrus tristeza virus. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:76. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00076
  • Dawson W. O. and Folimonova S. Y. (2013). Virus-based transient expression vectors for woody crops: a new frontier for vector design and use. Annual Review of Phytopathology 51:321-337.
  • Matos L. A., Hilf M. E., Cayetano X. A., Feliz A. O., Harper S. J., and Folimonova S. Y.  (2013).  Dynamics of Citrus tristeza virus populations in the Dominican Republic. Plant Disease 97:339-345. 
  • Matos L. A., Hilf M. E., Chen J., and Folimonova S. Y. (2013). Validation of ‘variable number of tandem repeat’-based approach for examination of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ diversity and its applications for the analysis of the pathogen populations in the areas of recent introduction. PLoS ONE 8: e78994.
  • Bhat S., Folimonova S. Y., Cole A. B., Ballard K. D., Lei Z., Watson B. S., Sumner L. W., and  Nelson R. S. (2013).Influence of host chloroplast proteins on Tobacco mosaic virus accumulation and intercellular movement. Plant Physiology 161:134-147.
  • Hilf M. E., Sims K. R., Folimonova S. Y., and Achor D. S. (2013). Visualization of Ca. Liberibacter asiaticus cells in the vascular budle of citrus seed coats with Fluorescence In Situ Hibridization (FISH) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Phytopathology 103:545-554.
  • Zhao H., Sun R., Albrecht U., Padmanabhan C., Albano J. P., Wang A., Coffey M., Girke T., Wang Z., Close T., Roose M., Yokomi R. K., Folimonova S. Y., Vidalakis G., Rouse R., Bowman K. D., and Jin H. (2013). Small RNA profiling reveals phosphorus deficiency as a contributing factor in symptom expression for citrus Huanglongbing disease.Molecular plant 6:301-310.
  • Yan Q., Sreedharan A., Wei S., Wang J., Pelz-Stelinski K., Folimonova S. Y., andWang N. (2013).Global gene expression changes in Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus during the transmission in distinct hosts between plant and insect. Molecular Plant Pathology 14:391-404.
  • Dawson W. O., Garnsey S. M., Tatineni S., Folimonova S. Y., Harper S. J., and Gowda S. (2013). Citrus tristeza virus-host interactions. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:88.doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00088
  • Hijaz F. M., Manthey J. A., Folimonova S. Y., Davis C. L., Jones S. E., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. I. (2013). An HPLC-MS characterization of the changes in sweet orange leaf metabolite profile following infection by the bacterial pathogen Canditatus Liberibacter asiaticus. PLoS ONE 8: e79485.
  • Wang J., Bozan O., Kwon S. J., Dang T., Rucker T., Yokomi R. K., Lee R. F., Folimonova S. Y., Krueger R. R., Bash J., Greer G., Diaz J., Serna R., Vidalakis G. (2013). Past and future of a century old Citrus tristeza virus collection: a California citrus germplasm tale. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:366. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00366
  • Folimonova S. Y. (2012). Superinfection exclusion is an active virus-controlled function that requires a specific viral protein. Journal of Virology 86:5554-5561.
  • Cevallos-Cevallos J. M., Futch D. B., Shilts T., Folimonova S. Y., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. I. (2012).GC-MS metabolomic differentiation of selected citrus varieties with different sensitivity to citrus Huanglongbing. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 53:69-76.
  • Raj Boina D., Youn Y., Folimonova S. Y., and Stelinski L. L. (2011). Effects of pymetrozine, an antifeedant of Hemiptera, on Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri, feeding behavior, survival and transmission of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus. Pest Management Science 67: 146-155.
  • Albiach-Marti M. R., Robertson C., Gowda S., Tatineni S., Belliure B., Garnsey S. M., Folimonova S. Y., Moreno P., and Dawson W. O. (2010). The pathogenicity determinant of Citrus tristeza virus causing the seedling yellows syndrome is located at the 3’-terminal region of the viral genome. Molecular Plant Pathology, 11, pp. 55-67.  
  • Folimonova S. Y., Robertson C. J., Shilts T., Folimonov A. S., Hilf M. E., Garnsey S. M., and Dawson W. O. (2010). Infection with strains of Citrus tristeza virus does not exclude superinfection by other strains of the virus. Journal of Virology 84:1314-1325.
  • Folimonova S. Y. and Achor D. S. (2010). Early events of citrus greening (Huanglongbing) disease development at the ultrastructural level. Phytopathology 100:949-958.
  • Achor D. S., Etxeberria E., Wang N., Folimonova S. Y., Chung K. R., and Albrigo L. G. (2010). Sequence of anatomical symptom observations in citrus affected with huanglongbing disease. Plant Pathology Journal 9: 56-64.
  • Gowda S., Tatineni S., Folimonova S. Y., Hilf M. E., and Dawson W. O. (2009). Accumulation of a 5’ proximal subgenomic RNA of Citrus tristeza virus is correlated with encapsidation by the minor coat protein. Virology, 389, pp.122-131.
  • Folimonova S. Y., Robertson C. J., Garnsey S. M., Gowda S., and Dawson W. O. (2009). Examination of the responses of different genotypes of citrus to Huanglongbing (citrus greening) under different conditions. Phytopathology, 99, pp. 1346-1354.
  • Folimonova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Tatineni S., and Dawson W. O. (2008). Citrus tristeza virus: survival at the edge of the movement continuum. Journal of Virology, 82, pp.6546-6556.
  • Folimonov A. S., Folimonova S. Y., Bar-Joseph M., and Dawson W. O. (2007). A stable RNA virus-based vector for citrus trees. Virology, 368, pp.205-216.
  • Roberstson C. J., Garnsey S. M., Satyanarayana T., Folimonova S. Y., and Dawson W. O. (2005). Efficient infection of citrus plants with different cloned constructs of citrus tristeza virus amplified in Nicotiana benthamiana protoplasts. Proceedings of the sixteenth conference of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, Eds. M. E. Hilf, N. Duran-Vila, M. A. Rocha-Pena, pp.187-195.
  • Folimonova S. Y., Prikhodko Yu. N., Agranovsky A. A., and Atabekov J. G. (2000). Identification of apple stem groove and pit viruses by using immunospecific polymerase chain reaction. Russian Agricultural Sciences, 1, pp. 15-17 (in English), Doclady Rossiiskoi Akademii Sel’skohozyaistvennykh Nauk, 1, pp.13-14 (in Russian).   
  • Agranovsky A. A., Folimonov A. S., Folimonova S. Y., Morozov S. Yu. Schiemann J., Lesemann D., and Atabekov J. G. (1998). Beet yellows closterovirus HSP70-like protein mediates the cell-to-cell movement of a potexvirus transport-deficient mutant and a hordeivirus-based chimeric virus. Journal of General Virology, 79, pp.889-895.
  • Folimonova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Agranovsky A. A., and Atabekov J. G. (1998). Immunospecific polymerase chain reaction used to identify strain of the potato virus Y causing ring tuber necrosis. Russian Agricultural Sciences, 9, pp.11-14 (in English), Doclady Rossiiskoi Akademii Sel’skohozyaistvennykh Nauk, 5, pp.16-18 (in Russian).
  • Agranovsky A. A., Folimonova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Denisenko O. N., and Zinovkin R. A. (1997). The Beet yellows closterovirus p65 homologue of HSP70 chaperones has ATPase activity associated with its conserved N-terminal domain but does not interact with unfolded protein chains. Journal of General Virology, 78, pp.535-542.
  • Nikiforova S. Y., Agranovsky A. A., and Atabekov J. G. (1995). Expression in bacteria and some properties of p65, a homologue of the HSP70 family of heat shock proteins, encoded in RNA genome of Beet yellows closterovirus. Docladi Akademii Nauk, 340, pp.416-418 (in Russian).
  • Agranovsky A. A., Nikiforova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Vitushkina M. V., and Atabekov J. G. (1995). Beet yellows closterovirus: Advances in mapping functions encoded in a large RNA virus genome. Proceedings of the International Symposium “75 Years of Phytopathological and Resistance Research at Aschersleben”, Germany, pp. 43-46.
  • Non-refereed Publications
  • Babu B., Paret M. L., Schubert T., Baker C., Knox G., Iriarte F., Aldrich J., Ritchie L., Harmon C. L., and Folimonova S. Y. (2015). Rose Rosette Disease: A New Disease of Roses in Florida. Extension Digital Information Source (EDIS). Document PP317. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pp317
  • Folimonova S. Y. (2012). Avoiding economic losses in California citrus crop from Citrus tristeza virus stem pitting. Citrograph July/August 2012, Vol. 3:33-37.
  • Jones S. E., Hijaz F. M., Davis C. L., Folimonova S. Y., Manthey J. A., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. R. (2012). GC-MS analysis of secondary metabolites in leaves from orange trees infected with HLB: A 9-month course study. Proceeding of the Florida State Horticultural Society 125:75-83.
  • Hijaz F. M., Manthey J. A., Folimonova S. Y., Davis C. L., Jones S. E., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. R. (2012). HPLC-MS analysis of secondary metabolites in leaves from orange trees infected with Huanglongbing: A 9-month time series study. Proceeding of the Florida State Horticultural Society 125:84-91.
  • Manthey J. A., Reyes-De-Corcuera J. R., Hijaz F., Folimonova S. Y., Jones S. and Davis C. (2012). Secondary metabolite profiles of leaves of healthy and huanglongbing-infected orange (Citrus sinensis L.) seedlings measured by HPLC-fluorescence detection. Proceeding of the Florida State Horticultural Society 125:229-232.

About

My research program focuses on viral and bacterial diseases of citrus, in particular diseases caused by Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) and by Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus [Citrus greening or Huanglongbing (HLB)]. My primary research effort is concentrated on understanding of the mechanisms of the infection process, hosts responses to the pathogens, improving methods of detection, and developing management strategies for these diseases.

Patents & Copyrights

  • “Citrus tristeza virus based vectors for foreign gene/s expression”, Serial No. 61/537,154; filed September 21, 2011, Docket No. 10457-204; UF#13736.
  • “Viral based transient-expression vector system that ameliorates superinfection exclusion”, Serial No. 61/440,445; filed February 8, 2011, Docket No. 10457-187P; UF#13630.
  • “Viral based transient-expression vector system that allows multiple applications”, Serial No. 61/321,970; Docket No. 10457-165, filed April 8, 2010.
  • “Viral-based transient expression vector system for trees”, application for U.S. Letters Patent was filed on July 16, 2008, and assigned Serial No. 12/174,159 and Docket No. 10457-119.

Refereed Publications

AuthorsYearDescriptionPublication
Atallah O. O., Kang S.-H., El-Mohtar C., Shilts T., Bergua M., and Folimonova S. Y. 2016 A 5’-proximal region of the Citrus tristeza virus genome encoding two leader proteases is involved in virus superinfection exclusion. Virology 489:108-115.
Bergua M., Phelan D. M., Bak A., Bloom D. C., and Folimonova S. Y. 2016 Simultaneous visualization of two Citrus tristeza virus genotypes provides new insights into the structure of multi-component virus populations in a host. Virology 491:10-19.
Bak A. and Folimonova S. Y. 2015 The conundrum of a unique protein encoded by Citrus tristeza virus that is dispensable for infection of most hosts yet shows characteristics of a viral movement protein. Virology 485:86-95.
Kang S.-H., Bak A., Kim O.-K., and Folimonova S. Y. 2015 Membrane association of a nonconserved viral protein confers virus ability to extend its host range. Virology 482:208-217.
Folimonova S. Y., Harper S. J., Leonard M. T., Triplett E. W., and Shilts T. 2014 Superinfection exclusion by Citrus tristeza virus does not correlate with the production of viral small RNAs. Virology 468-470: 462-471.
Pagliai F. A., Gardner C. L., Bojilova L., Sarnegrim A., Tamayo C., Potts A. H., Teplitski M., Folimonova S. Y., Gonzalez C. F., and Lorca G. L. 2014 The transcriptional activator LdtR from ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ mediates osmotic stress tolerance. PLOS Pathogens 10(4): e1004101.
Bergua M., Zwart M. P., El-Mohtar C., Shilts T., Elena S. F., and Folimonova S. Y. 2014 A viral protein mediates superinfection exclusion at the whole organism level while is not required for exclusion at the cellular level. Journal of Virology 88:11327-11338.
Folimonova S. Y. 2013 Developing an understanding of cross-protection by Citrus tristeza virus. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:76. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00076
Dawson W. O. and Folimonova S. Y. 2013 Virus-based transient expression vectors for woody crops: a new frontier for vector design and use. Annual Review of Phytopathology 51:321-337.
Matos L. A., Hilf M. E., Cayetano X. A., Feliz A. O., Harper S. J., and Folimonova S. Y. 2013 Dynamics of Citrus tristeza virus populations in the Dominican Republic. Plant Disease 97:339-345.
Matos L. A., Hilf M. E., Chen J., and Folimonova S. Y. 2013 Validation of ‘variable number of tandem repeat’-based approach for examination of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ diversity and its applications for the analysis of the pathogen populations in the areas of recent introduction. PLoS ONE 8: e78994.
Bhat S., Folimonova S. Y., Cole A. B., Ballard K. D., Lei Z., Watson B. S., Sumner L. W., and Nelson R. S. 2013 Influence of host chloroplast proteins on Tobacco mosaic virus accumulation and intercellular movement. Plant Physiology 161:134-147.
Hilf M. E., Sims K. R., Folimonova S. Y., and Achor D. S. 2013 Visualization of Ca. Liberibacter asiaticus cells in the vascular budle of citrus seed coats with Fluorescence In Situ Hibridization (FISH) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Phytopathology 103:545-554.
Zhao H., Sun R., Albrecht U., Padmanabhan C., Albano J. P., Wang A., Coffey M., Girke T., Wang Z., Close T., Roose M., Yokomi R. K., Folimonova S. Y., Vidalakis G., Rouse R., Bowman K. D., and Jin H. 2013 Small RNA profiling reveals phosphorus deficiency as a contributing factor in symptom expression for citrus Huanglongbing disease. Molecular plant 6:301-310.
Yan Q., Sreedharan A., Wei S., Wang J., Pelz-Stelinski K., Folimonova S. Y., and Wang N. 2013 Global gene expression changes in Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus during the transmission in distinct hosts between plant and insect. Molecular Plant Pathology 14:391-404.
Dawson W. O., Garnsey S. M., Tatineni S., Folimonova S. Y., Harper S. J., and Gowda S. 2013 Citrus tristeza virus-host interactions. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:88. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00088
Hijaz F. M., Manthey J. A., Folimonova S. Y., Davis C. L., Jones S. E., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. I. 2013 An HPLC-MS characterization of the changes in sweet orange leaf metabolite profile following infection by the bacterial pathogen Canditatus Liberibacter asiaticus. PLoS ONE 8: e79485.
Wang J., Bozan O., Kwon S. J., Dang T., Rucker T., Yokomi R. K., Lee R. F., Folimonova S. Y., Krueger R. R., Bash J., Greer G., Diaz J., Serna R., Vidalakis G. 2013 Past and future of a century old Citrus tristeza virus collection: a California citrus germplasm tale. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:366. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00366
Folimonova S. Y. 2012 Superinfection exclusion is an active virus-controlled function that requires a specific viral protein. Journal of Virology 86:5554-5561.
Cevallos-Cevallos J. M., Futch D. B., Shilts T., Folimonova S. Y., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. I. 2012 GC-MS metabolomic differentiation of selected citrus varieties with different sensitivity to citrus Huanglongbing. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 53:69-76.
Raj Boina D., Youn Y., Folimonova S. Y., and Stelinski L. L. 2011 Effects of pymetrozine, an antifeedant of Hemiptera, on Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri, feeding behavior, survival and transmission of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus. Pest Management Science 67: 146-155.
Albiach-Marti M. R., Robertson C., Gowda S., Tatineni S., Belliure B., Garnsey S. M., Folimonova S. Y., Moreno P., and Dawson W. O. 2010 The pathogenicity determinant of Citrus tristeza virus causing the seedling yellows syndrome is located at the 3’-terminal region of the viral genome. Molecular Plant Pathology, 11, pp. 55-67.
Folimonova S. Y., Robertson C. J., Shilts T., Folimonov A. S., Hilf M. E., Garnsey S. M., and Dawson W. O. 2010 Infection with strains of Citrus tristeza virus does not exclude superinfection by other strains of the virus. Journal of Virology 84:1314-1325.
Folimonova S. Y. and Achor D. S. 2010 Early events of citrus greening (Huanglongbing) disease development at the ultrastructural level. Phytopathology 100:949-958.
Achor D. S., Etxeberria E., Wang N., Folimonova S. Y., Chung K. R., and Albrigo L. G. 2010 Sequence of anatomical symptom observations in citrus affected with huanglongbing disease. Plant Pathology Journal 9: 56-64.
Gowda S., Tatineni S., Folimonova S. Y., Hilf M. E., and Dawson W. O. 2009 Accumulation of a 5’ proximal subgenomic RNA of Citrus tristeza virus is correlated with encapsidation by the minor coat protein. Virology, 389, pp.122-131.
Folimonova S. Y., Robertson C. J., Garnsey S. M., Gowda S., and Dawson W. O. 2009 Examination of the responses of different genotypes of citrus to Huanglongbing (citrus greening) under different conditions. Phytopathology, 99, pp. 1346-1354.
Folimonova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Tatineni S., and Dawson W. O. 2008 Citrus tristeza virus: survival at the edge of the movement continuum. Journal of Virology, 82, pp.6546-6556.
Folimonov A. S., Folimonova S. Y., Bar-Joseph M., and Dawson W. O. 2007 A stable RNA virus-based vector for citrus trees. Virology, 368, pp.205-216.
Roberstson C. J., Garnsey S. M., Satyanarayana T., Folimonova S. Y., and Dawson W. O. 2005 Efficient infection of citrus plants with different cloned constructs of citrus tristeza virus amplified in Nicotiana benthamiana protoplasts. Proceedings of the sixteenth conference of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, Eds. M. E. Hilf, N. Duran-Vila, M. A. Rocha-Pena, pp.187-195.
Folimonova S. Y., Prikhodko Yu. N., Agranovsky A. A., and Atabekov J. G. 2000 Identification of apple stem groove and pit viruses by using immunospecific polymerase chain reaction. Russian Agricultural Sciences, 1, pp. 15-17 (in English), Doclady Rossiiskoi Akademii Sel’skohozyaistvennykh Nauk, 1, pp.13-14 (in Russian).
Agranovsky A. A., Folimonov A. S., Folimonova S. Y., Morozov S. Yu. Schiemann J., Lesemann D., and Atabekov J. G. 1998 Beet yellows closterovirus HSP70-like protein mediates the cell-to-cell movement of a potexvirus transport-deficient mutant and a hordeivirus-based chimeric virus. Journal of General Virology, 79, pp.889-895.
Folimonova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Agranovsky A. A., and Atabekov J. G. 1998 Immunospecific polymerase chain reaction used to identify strain of the potato virus Y causing ring tuber necrosis. Russian Agricultural Sciences, 9, pp.11-14 (in English), Doclady Rossiiskoi Akademii Sel’skohozyaistvennykh Nauk, 5, pp.16-18 (in Russian).
Agranovsky A. A., Folimonova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Denisenko O. N., and Zinovkin R. A. 1997 The Beet yellows closterovirus p65 homologue of HSP70 chaperones has ATPase activity associated with its conserved N-terminal domain but does not interact with unfolded protein chains. Journal of General Virology, 78, pp.535-542.
Nikiforova S. Y., Agranovsky A. A., and Atabekov J. G. 1995 Expression in bacteria and some properties of p65, a homologue of the HSP70 family of heat shock proteins, encoded in RNA genome of Beet yellows closterovirus. Docladi Akademii Nauk, 340, pp.416-418 (in Russian).
Agranovsky A. A., Nikiforova S. Y., Folimonov A. S., Vitushkina M. V., and Atabekov J. G. 1995 Beet yellows closterovirus: Advances in mapping functions encoded in a large RNA virus genome. Proceedings of the International Symposium “75 Years of Phytopathological and Resistance Research at Aschersleben”, Germany, pp. 43-46.

Non-refereed Publications

AuthorsYearDescriptionPublication
Babu B., Paret M. L., Schubert T., Baker C., Knox G., Iriarte F., Aldrich J., Ritchie L., Harmon C. L., and Folimonova S. Y. 2015 Rose Rosette Disease: A New Disease of Roses in Florida. Extension Digital Information Source (EDIS). Document PP317. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pp317
Folimonova S. Y. 2012 Avoiding economic losses in California citrus crop from Citrus tristeza virus stem pitting. Citrograph July/August 2012, Vol. 3:33-37.
Jones S. E., Hijaz F. M., Davis C. L., Folimonova S. Y., Manthey J. A., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. R. 2012 GC-MS analysis of secondary metabolites in leaves from orange trees infected with HLB: A 9-month course study. Proceeding of the Florida State Horticultural Society 125:75-83.
Hijaz F. M., Manthey J. A., Folimonova S. Y., Davis C. L., Jones S. E., and Reyes-De-Corcuera J. R. 2012 HPLC-MS analysis of secondary metabolites in leaves from orange trees infected with Huanglongbing: A 9-month time series study. Proceeding of the Florida State Horticultural Society 125:84-91.
Manthey J. A., Reyes-De-Corcuera J. R., Hijaz F., Folimonova S. Y., Jones S. and Davis C. 2012 Secondary metabolite profiles of leaves of healthy and huanglongbing-infected orange (Citrus sinensis L.) seedlings measured by HPLC-fluorescence detection. Proceeding of the Florida State Horticultural Society 125:229-232.