Palmucci Hemilse Elena
Universidad de Buenos Aires
She is currently an Associate Professor with the exclusive Phytopathology, FAUBA. He has obtained the titles of Engineering Agronomic orientation Production Vegetal (1982), Specialist in Teaching University with Orientation in Veterinary Sciences and Biological-UBA (2005) and Doctor in Natural Sciences-UNLP (2015). During the years 2002- 2004 carried out the first study in the country to characterize the teaching of Phytopathology in Argentine agricultural programs. In the FAUBA he has taught Phytopathology, Health Plant Disease, Phytosanitary Adversities and Integrated Management of Phytosanitary Adversities, the module of Plant Health of the Course of Floriculture and the Intensive Production of the Enviromental science degree. He has worked as a lecturer in the field of Health Plant for the Technical Careers of Floriculture and Gardening and numerous courses of intensification on diseases affecting ornamental crops. Currently participates in the course of General Phytopathology and Diagnosis of diseases. He taught courses in postgraduate studies at the Universidad de la República in Montevideo, Uruguay (1999 and 2000), as specialist in ornamental crops. He was part of the faculty of the Graduate Program "Specialization in integrated pest management: arthropods, diseases and weeds", issued by the University of Morón and the Institute of Microbiology and Agricultural Zoology of INTA Castelar and of the Masters in Floriculture of the National University of Lomas de Zamora and the Institute of Biological Resources, INTA-Castelar. She has been Director, Co-Director and Researcher in numerous research projects.
Palmucci HE, Grijalba PE. Cylindrocarpon destructans, causing root and rhizome rot in Rumohra adiantiformis. Australasian Plant Disease Notes. 2009 Dec 1;4(1):105-7.
Palmucci HE, Wolcan SM. Bougainvillea glabra and Bougainvillea spectabilis: new hosts of Glomerella cingulata in Argentina. Australasian Plant Pathology. 2005 Dec 22;34(4):615-6.
Palmucci HE, Grijalba PE. Root and stem rot caused by Pythium aphanidermatum on poinsettia in a soil-less culture system in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Australasian Plant Disease Notes. 2007 Sep 19;2(1):139-40.