A study on Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus analyzes the role of what are known as Viral Transcription Factors, molecules responsible for the differentiation of immune system cells, and concludes that three of these molecules are expressed with greater intensity in the most virulent strains of the pathogen

A study carried out by an international team and published in a special issue of the journal Forests on adaptive forestry analyzed the usefulness of the Atlas cedar, a North African species, in mitigating the effects of climate change in the forest systems of the Iberian Peninsula's Mediterranean Arc

Soil, growth pattern and species heterogeneity in the forest determine tree survival after windstorms, according to a study by the University of Cordoba and The Silva Tarouca Research Institute in the Czech Republic.

Researchers at the Department of Agronomy of the UCO, IAS-CSIC and IFAPA have evaluated the physiological and productive responses to reduced or suspended irrigation during a single season on an irrigated almond plot, demonstrating that restrictive measures could threaten the plantations' survival

A model based on climatic determinants and on the study of antibodies in red deer (Cervuselaphus) populations makes it possible to map, throughout Spain, the circulation of the virus that causes Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, which could facilitate the establishment of prevention programs

The University of Córdoba oversees the GEN4OLIVE project, which is characterizing 500 olive tree varieties in order to ascertain their agronomic qualities and their behaviour in the face of different stresses, such as pests, disease, and the effects of weather and climate change.

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