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Avijit Roy (PhD)
Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory
Research Plant Pathologist

Phone: (301) 504-6374
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10300 BALTIMORE AVENUE
BLDG 004 BARC-WEST
BELTSVILLE, MD 20705

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Projects
Exotic Pathogens of Citrus: Curation, Diagnostics, and Interactions (BRIDGE)
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 441768

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Smilax auriculata: A new host for Orchid fleck virus identified in Florida, USA - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Transcriptomic analyses reveal physiological changes in sweet orange roots affected by citrus blight Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Fu, S., Shao, J.Y., Roy, A., Brlansky, R., Zhou, C., Hartung, J.S. 2019. Transcriptomic analyses reveal physiological changes in sweet orange roots affected by citrus blight. BMC Genomics. 20:969. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-019-6339-0.
Reassortment of genome segments creates stable lineages among strains of Orchid fleck virus infecting citrus in Mexico Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roy, A., Stone, A.L., Otero-Colina, G., Wei, G., Brlansky, R., Ochoa, R., Bauchan, G.R., Schneider, W.L., Nakhla, M., Hartung, J.S. 2019. Reassortment of genome segments creates stable lineages among strains of Orchid fleck virus infecting citrus in Mexico. Phytopathology. 110:106-120. https://doi.org/10.1094/PHYTO-07-19-0253-FI.
The transcriptome of roots of sweet orange tree with symptoms of citrus blight - (Abstract Only)
First report of Hibiscus infecting Cilevirus in Citrus sinensis in Meta and Casanare, Colombia Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roy, A., Stone, A.L., Leon, M.G., Hartung, J.S., Wei, G., Mavrodieva, V., Nakhla, M.K., Schneider, W.L., Brlansky, R.H. 2018. Sweet orange showing leprosis symptoms in Colombia are naturally infected with Hibiscus infecting cilevirus and citrus leprosis virus C2. Plant Disease. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-01-18-0150-PDN.
First report of Cilevirus associated with green ringspot on senescent hibiscus leaves in Tampa, Florida Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roy, A., Stone, A.L., Melzer, M.J., Hartung, J.S., Mavrodieva, V., Nakhla, M.K., Brlansky, R.H., Schneider, W.L. 2017. First report of Cilevirus associated with green ringspot on senescent hibiscus leaves in Tampa, Florida. Plant Disease. http://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-17-1699-PDN.
Complete nucleotide sequence of a novel Hibiscus-infecting Cilevirus from Florida and its relationship with closely associated Cileviruses - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roy, A., Stone, A.L., Melzer, M.J., Hartung, J.S., Shao, J.Y., Mavrodieva, V., Nakhla, M.K., Brlansky, R.H., Schneider, W.L. 2018. Complete nucleotide sequence of a novel Hibiscus-infecting Cilevirus from Florida and its relationship with closely associated Cileviruses. Genome Announcements. 6(4):e01521-17.
Citrus blight research ()
Schneider, W.L., Roy, A., Hartung, J.S., Shao, J.Y., Brlansky, R. 2015. Citrus blight research. Citrus Industry. page 12-14.
Citrus leprosis research update ()
Brlansky, R.H., Roy, A., Schneider, W.L., Hartung, J.S. 2015. Citrus leprosis research update. Citrus Industry. 20-22.