środa, 30 stycznia 2013

Forest Pathology - 42 (6), 2012


    Issue Information (page I)

    Presence of fungi in Scots pine needles found to correlate with air quality as measured by bioindicators in northern Spain (pages 443–453)

    C. Romeralo, J. J. Diez and N. F. Santiago

    Inhibition of Armillaria and Heterobasidion growth by Penicillium adametzii isolated from Pinus sylvestris forest soil (pages 454–466)

    L. Szwajkowska-Michałek, H. Kwaśna, P. Łakomy and J. Perkowski

    Isolation and characterization of pathogen defence-related class I chitinase from the actinorhizal tree Casuarina equisetifolia (pages 467–480)

    R. Veluthakkal and M. G. Dasgupta

    Pathogenicity and virulence of Armillaria sinapina and host response to infection in Douglas-fir, western hemlock and western redcedar in the southern Interior of British Columbia (pages 481–491)

    M. R. Cleary, B. J. van der Kamp and D. J. Morrison

    Root-colonizing ophiostomatoid fungi associated with dying and dead young Scots pine in Poland (pages 492–500)

    R. Jankowiak, P. Bilański, M. Kolařík and D. Wasiuta

    Detecting asymptomatic ink-diseased chestnut trees by the composition of the ectomycorrhizal community (pages 501–509)

    L. Scattolin, E. Dal Maso, S. Mutto Accordi, L. Sella and L. Montecchio

    Canker and dieback on Platanus x acerifolia caused by Diaporthe scabra (pages 510–513)

    F. M. Grasso, M. Marini, A. Vitale, G. Firrao and G. Granata

    Root and butt rot caused by Heterobasidion annosum in Atlantic coniferous ecosystems of Spain (pages 514–520)

    N. Mesanza and E. Iturritxa

    Pine wilt disease: detection of the pinewood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) as a tool for a pine breeding programme (pages 521–525)

    B. Ribeiro, M. Espada, T. Vu, F. Nóbrega, M. Mota and I. Carrasquinho


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