MALNOY, MICKAEL ARNAUD
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
EU - Europa 18.277
NA - Nord America 17.567
AS - Asia 4.138
AF - Africa 312
SA - Sud America 258
OC - Oceania 241
Unknown Continent - ???statistics.table.value.continent.Unknown Continent??? 79
Totale 40.872
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 17.329
PL - Polonia 8.522
IT - Italia 2.968
DE - Germania 2.185
CN - Cina 1.839
RU - Federazione Russa 834
UA - Ucraina 825
IE - Irlanda 546
GB - Regno Unito 470
SG - Singapore 313
IN - India 310
FR - Francia 296
VN - Vietnam 295
SE - Svezia 278
KR - Corea 254
JP - Giappone 216
FI - Finlandia 208
HK - Hong Kong 204
CA - Canada 177
ES - Italia 175
TR - Turchia 173
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 158
AU - Australia 149
NL - Olanda 139
BE - Belgio 135
PT - Portogallo 114
IR - Iran 105
CL - Cile 104
PK - Pakistan 101
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 92
EU - Europa 78
ZA - Sudafrica 75
CH - Svizzera 72
CI - Costa d'Avorio 72
BR - Brasile 71
AT - Austria 69
HU - Ungheria 67
TW - Taiwan 67
ID - Indonesia 64
NG - Nigeria 59
IL - Israele 52
MX - Messico 48
NO - Norvegia 47
RO - Romania 45
KZ - Kazakistan 39
GR - Grecia 32
AR - Argentina 31
MU - Mauritius 25
MA - Marocco 23
EG - Egitto 18
BG - Bulgaria 16
DK - Danimarca 15
EC - Ecuador 15
MY - Malesia 15
PH - Filippine 15
PE - Perù 14
TH - Thailandia 13
BY - Bielorussia 10
CO - Colombia 10
RS - Serbia 10
UZ - Uzbekistan 10
ET - Etiopia 9
KH - Cambogia 9
MD - Moldavia 9
DZ - Algeria 7
BD - Bangladesh 6
SI - Slovenia 6
TN - Tunisia 6
UY - Uruguay 6
CR - Costa Rica 5
HR - Croazia 5
IQ - Iraq 5
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 4
AZ - Azerbaigian 4
JO - Giordania 4
OM - Oman 4
AL - Albania 3
BO - Bolivia 3
CY - Cipro 3
IS - Islanda 3
KE - Kenya 3
KG - Kirghizistan 3
LT - Lituania 3
LU - Lussemburgo 3
LV - Lettonia 3
MZ - Mozambico 3
PR - Porto Rico 3
RW - Ruanda 3
SC - Seychelles 3
VE - Venezuela 3
ZW - Zimbabwe 3
CU - Cuba 2
IM - Isola di Man 2
KW - Kuwait 2
LK - Sri Lanka 2
SA - Arabia Saudita 2
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 2
UG - Uganda 2
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 1
EE - Estonia 1
Totale 40.861
Città #
Warsaw 8.469
Fairfield 1.752
Jacksonville 1.314
Ashburn 1.033
Woodbridge 1.004
Chandler 888
Wilmington 859
Seattle 831
Houston 725
San Michele All'adige 690
Cambridge 636
Ann Arbor 616
Dublin 530
New York 462
Olalla 369
Hangzhou 357
Boardman 353
San Mateo 340
Beijing 331
Buffalo 314
Dearborn 276
Dong Ket 271
Moscow 245
Redwood City 233
Los Angeles 227
Mülheim 190
Guangzhou 188
Helsinki 178
Milan 173
Shanghai 163
Rome 162
Washington 127
Trento 110
Philadelphia 107
Mezzolombardo 93
Zhengzhou 88
Bologna 84
Brussels 79
Brno 78
Changsha 77
Singapore 75
Mountain View 73
Abidjan 72
Verona 71
Tokyo 70
London 67
Shenyang 67
Nanjing 61
Falls Church 56
Phoenix 54
Padova 53
Santiago 53
Budapest 50
Seoul 50
Prague 47
San Diego 47
Ottawa 44
Florence 43
Kitzingen 43
Vienna 43
Amsterdam 42
Dallas 42
Munich 42
Ithaca 40
Delhi 39
Taipei 39
Turin 36
Almaty 35
Bolzano 35
Hong Kong 35
Toronto 35
Gainesville 32
New Delhi 32
Falkenstein 31
Frankfurt am Main 31
Miami 31
Chicago 30
Xian 30
Wageningen 29
Davis 28
Adelaide 27
Kühn 27
Madrid 27
Talca 26
Zurich 26
Cape Town 25
Central 25
Cles 25
Kunming 25
Nanchang 25
Ankara 24
Bari 24
Brisbane 24
Harbin 24
Tappahannock 24
Bern 23
Catania 23
Lanzhou 23
Lisbon 23
Sydney 23
Totale 27.348
Nome #
Control of the moth L. Botrana through the manipulation of the plant terpenoid profile 771
Confirmation of intergeneric hybrids between apple and pear 761
RNAi mutants for determination of candidate gene function in resistance of apple to Erwinia amylovora (Fire blight) 624
The genome of the domesticated apple (Malus x domestica Borkh.) 610
Plant regeneration and transformation in the Rosaceae 513
The metabolic engineering of VvDXS1 gene in grapevine for a functional evaluation of terpenoids metabolism during physiological fruit development or under stress conditions 452
Gene editing based modulation of stomatal activity and drought resistance in grapevine 423
Malus fusca fire blight resistance: identification of a candidate gene on chromosome 10 and a novel minor locus on chromosome 16 394
Induction of terpene biosynthesis in berries of microvine transformed with VvDXS1 alleles 390
Application of Genome editing for improving disease resistance in apple: case of DIPM for resistance to fire blight 357
Frequency of a natural truncated allele of MdMLO19 in the germplasm of Malus domestica 354
Control of the grapevine moth Lobesia botrana through the genetic engineering manipulation of the host plant's volatiles 347
Unique evolutionary pattern of NBS-LRR genes among five Rosaceae species 337
Fire Blight resistance in apple/pear hybrids may be related to their genomic structure 335
DNA-Free genetically edited grapevine and apple protoplast using CRISPR/Cas9 ribonucleoproteins 330
Adjusting the scent ratio: using genetically modified Vitis vinifera plants to manipulate European grapevine moth behaviour 325
New approaches for the development and characterization of genome-edited fruit trees 319
Breeding next generation tree fruits: technical and legal challenges 317
Evidence of a major QTL for fire blight resistance in the apple wild species Malus fusca 316
Role of Ca2+ and CDPKs in resistant and susceptible cultivars of apple (Malus x domestica) in response to the pathogen Erwinia amylovora and mechanical wounding 315
Phylogenetic reconstruction of Family 1 UDP-glycosyltransferases: towards a better functional prediction and potential applications 314
The draft genome sequence of European pear (Pyrus communis L. ‘Bartlett’) 314
The Malus fusca fire blight resistance locus: validation of Mfu10 and genetic resolution of the region containing the locus 312
Analysis of linkage disequilibrium in apple 310
A genetic engineering approach to study the adaptation of the grapevine moth Lobesia botrana from its wild hosts to Vitis 310
Applying new breeding technologies to horticultural crops 310
Edited grapevine knocked-out for VvEPFL9-1 showed reduced stomatal density 309
Identification of Pyrus single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and evaluation for genetic mapping in european pear and interspecific Pyrus hybrids 308
Knockdown of MLO genes reduces susceptibility to powdery mildew in grapevine 308
Chemical diversity of microbial volatiles and their potential for plant growth and productivity 296
Evaluation of different strategies to develop cisgenesis in grapevine 295
Cisgenic grapevine: an ever closer goal 293
Silencing Mlo-like susceptibility genes to achieve broadspectrum resistance to powdery mildew in apple 291
LD estimation, analyses of diversity and domestication in apple 290
Generation of mildew-resistant grapevine clones via genome editing 289
Towards map-based cloning of FB_Mfu10: identification of a receptor-like kinase candidate gene underlying the Malus fusca fire blight resistance locus on linkage group 10 287
Nonsense mutation inside anthocyanidin synthase gene controls pigmentation in yellow raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) 285
The golden delicious apple genome sequencing project: progress and perspectives 284
F1 hybrid of cultivated apple (Malus 3 domestica) and European pear (Pyrus communis) with fertile F2 offspring 283
Control of the grapevine moth Lobesia botrana through the manipulation of the plant terpenoid profile 282
Species-specific duplications driving the recent expansion of NBS-LRR genes in five Rosaceae species 282
Reduced fire blight susceptibility in apple cultivars using a high-efficiency CRISPR/Cas9-FLP/FRT-based gene editing system 282
Characterization of the MLO gene family in Rosaceae and gene expression analysis in Malus domestica 281
Genome edited and T-DNA-free apple plants resistant to fire blight 281
Genome mapping of postzygotic hybrid necrosis in an interspecific pear population 279
Metabolic and transcriptional profiling of transgenic microvine plants and fruit overexpressing VvDXS1 276
Generation of mildew-resistant grapevine clones via genome editing 275
Putative resistance gene markers associated with quantitative trait loci for fire blight resistance in Malus 'Robusta 5' accessions 275
Reducing susceptibility to powdery mildew in apple and grapevine through silencing of MLO genes 274
Role of calcium dependent protein kinases (CDPKs) in resistant and susceptible cultivars of Malus x domestica in response to the pathogen Erwinia amylovora 271
Identification of Pyrus single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and evaluation for genetic mapping in European pear and interspecific Pyrus hybrids 271
Metabolite profiling of dihydrochalcone compounds in apple germplasm collection 269
Characterization of Resistance Gene Analogues (RGAs) in apple (Malus x domestica Borkh.) and their evolutionary history of the Rosaceae family 268
Functional study of lipoxygenase-mediated resistance against Erysiphe necator in grapevine 267
Calcium imaging perspectives in plants 265
HrpW interacts with NADH dehydrogenase of apple 264
Mapping loci for pest and disease resistance and hybrid necrosis in pear 263
MLO genes silencing reduces susceptibility to powdery mildew in grapevine 263
Functional characterization of fire blight resistance in malus fusca fine mapping, cloning and characterization of fire blight resistance genes from Malus fusca 262
The knock-down of the expression of MdMLO19 reduces susceptibility to powdery mildew (Podosphaera leucotricha) in apple (Malus domestica) 259
LD estimation and analysis of diversity in apple 257
Cisgenesis and intragenesis in Rosaceae crops 257
Host resistance to Erwinia amylovora: germplasm, breeding, genetics 253
Editing genomico in piante da frutto per la difesa dalle principali malatti 253
Efficient heat-shock removal of the selectable marker gene in genetically modified grapevine 252
Preliminary QTL analysis for fruitlet self-thinning in apple 250
Functional characterization of resistance gene Rvi 12 (Vb) against apple scab 250
QTL analysis for number of burrknots in apple 249
DArT and SSR markers are linked with a strong QTL for resistance to fire blight in the apple wild species Malus fusca. 249
Characterisation of apple-pear hybrids (Malus domestica x Pyrus communis) 248
Importance of bacterial strain-specificity to improve fire blight resistance and management in apple 248
Development of analytical tools for evaluating the effect of T-DNA chimeric integration on transgene expression in vegetatively propagated plants 247
Development of molecular markers for fire blight resistance (Erwinia amylovora) in Malus (apple) by a candidate gene approach 247
Investigating the interaction between the apple proliferation effector SAP11capm and its targets in susceptible and resistant malus accessions 244
Efficient and 'clean' CRISPR/CAS9 editing for fire blight resistance in apple 243
Characterization of the MLO gene family in Rosaceae and gene expression analysis in Malus domestica 241
Mapping of apple genes found to be expressed during the Erwinia amylovora: Malus interaction 239
Is there room for improving the nutraceutical composition of apple? 239
Two receptor-like genes, Vfa1 and Vfa2, confer resistance to the fungal pathogen Venturia inaequalis inciting apple scab disease 237
First evidence for Alternaria blotch resistance QTL in a Malus cross 231
Identification of new resistance gene analogs in 33 wild Malus species 231
Linkage disequilibrium analysis to enable more efficient gene and QTL mapping in apple 231
Cisgenesis and genome editing: powerful tools for fruit breeding 231
Homologous and heterologous expression of grapevine E-(b)-caryophyllene synthase (VvGwECar2) 228
The state-of-the-art of grapevine biotechnology and new breeding technologies (NBTS) 227
The fire blight resistance QTL of Malus fusca (Mfu10) is affected but not broken down by the highly virulent Canadian Erwinia amylovora strain E2002A 225
HIPM is a susceptibility gene of Malus: reduced expression reduces susceptibility to Erwinia amylovora 224
A QTL detected in an interspecific pear population confers stable fire blight resistance across different environments and genetic backgrounds 223
CRISPR–Cas9-mediated genome editing in apple and grapevine 222
VvEPFL9-1 Knock-Out via CRISPR/Cas9 reduces stomatal density in grapevine 220
Apple genome sequencing and post-genomic program at IASMA Research Center 219
Making RNAi mutants of apple with high-efficiency by use of multi-vector transformation 218
Generation of non-transgenic mildew-resistant grapevine clones via gene-editing: potentials and hurdles 218
Metabolic engineering of volatile isoprenoids in grapevine 217
High-resolution genetic and physical map of the Rvi1 (Vg) apple scab resistance locus 216
Looking forward to genetically edited fruit crops 216
Genetic diversity of the genus Malus and implications for linkage mapping with SNPs 215
The inactivation of MdDIPM4 by CRISPR/Cas9 editing reduces the susceptibility of apple to fire blight disease 214
Identification of a major quantitative trait locus for resistance to fire blight in the wild apple species Malus fusca 214
Attesa una decisione della Commissione europea sui prodotti delle nuove tecniche di miglioramento genetico 211
Totale 29.341
Categoria #
all - tutte 118.655
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 118.655


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2019/20208.946 380 645 949 1.504 772 864 747 753 942 496 589 305
2020/20217.256 609 655 398 656 581 843 828 397 733 393 631 532
2021/20223.444 346 628 217 187 180 260 200 390 324 242 271 199
2022/20237.017 196 132 514 548 707 773 325 598 1.503 452 842 427
2023/20246.071 433 512 894 706 584 659 312 268 253 372 335 743
2024/2025428 428 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 42.039