Julian Camilo Bello Rodriguez

Graduate Student
Current Research: Downy mildew of cucurbits and hop

Julian Bello

Julian working in the molecular lab.

Email Julian:
164 Plant Biology Lab
517-355-4576

  • M.Sc., Microbiology, Los Andes University, Colombia
  • B.Sc., Microbiology, Los Andes University, Colombia

My research interests are the generation of new genomic resources for the genotyping of plant pathogens and the study of its population structure for the development of new disease management strategies.  My current project is the population structure of cucurbit and hop downy mildews in Michigan.

Julian’s Publications

Bello, J., Guo Y., and Hausbeck, M.  2016.  Population structure of Pseudoperonospora cubensis isolates in Michigan and Ontario, Canada.  Phytopathology 106 (Suppl.):S4.140.

The Pyrimidine metabolism in Phytophthora infestans: new control strategies based on targets used to control apicomplexan parasites.  Garavito, M.F., García Bayona, L., Vasquez, J.J., Bello J.C., Tenjo, F., Lozano, G.L., Bernal, A., Loffler, M., Restrepo, S, Zimmermann, B.H. In: The 23rd International Conference on Arginine and Pyrimidines. Bogota, Colombia 2012.

Cloning and expression of the pyrimidine enzymes aspartate transcarbamoylase and uridine monophosphate synthase of an Oomycete plant pathogen.  Bello, J.C., Garavito, M.F., García Bayona, L., Vasquez, J.J., Tenjo, F., Lozano, G.L., Bernal, A., Loffler, M., Restrepo, S., Zimmermann, B.H.  In: OMGN. Asilomar, USA 2012.