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Chromosomal assembly and analyses of genome-wide recombination rates in the forest pathogenic fungus <em>Armillaria ostoyae</em>
Heinzelmann, R., Rigling, D., Sipos, G., Münsterkötter, M., & Croll, D. (2020). Chromosomal assembly and analyses of genome-wide recombination rates in the forest pathogenic fungus Armillaria ostoyae. Heredity. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41437-020-0306-z
Frequent diploidisation of haploid <i>Armillaria ostoyae</i> strains in an outdoor inoculation experiment
Heinzelmann, R., Prospero, S., & Rigling, D. (2018). Frequent diploidisation of haploid Armillaria ostoyae strains in an outdoor inoculation experiment. Fungal Biology, 122(2-3), 147-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funbio.2017.12.005
High-density genetic mapping identifies the genetic basis of a natural colony morphology mutant in the root rot pathogen <I>Armillaria ostoyae</I>
Heinzelmann, R., Croll, D., Zoller, S., Sipos, G., Münsterkötter, M., Güldener, U., & Rigling, D. (2017). High-density genetic mapping identifies the genetic basis of a natural colony morphology mutant in the root rot pathogen Armillaria ostoyae. Fungal Genetics and Biology, 108, 44-54. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fgb.2017.08.007
Virulence and stump colonization ability of <I>Armillaria borealis</I> on Norway spruce seedlings in comparison to sympatric <I>Armillaria</I> species
Heinzelmann, R., Prospero, S., & Rigling, D. (2017). Virulence and stump colonization ability of Armillaria borealis on Norway spruce seedlings in comparison to sympatric Armillaria species. Plant Disease, 101(3), 470-479. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-06-16-0933-RE
Rapid identification of polymorphic sequences in non-model fungal species: the PHYLORPH method tested in <I>Armillaria</I> species
Dutech, C., Prospero, S., Heinzelmann, R., Fabreguettes, O., & Feau, N. (2016). Rapid identification of polymorphic sequences in non-model fungal species: the PHYLORPH method tested in Armillaria species. Forest Pathology, 46(4), 298-308. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12256
Der Hallimasch – ein unerwünschter Waldbewohner im Garten
Heinzelmann, R., & Rigling, D. (2016). Der Hallimasch – ein unerwünschter Waldbewohner im Garten. g'plus: Magazin für die grüne Branche, (21), 28-29.
Mycelial fan formation of three sympatric <I>Armillaria</I> species on excised stem segments of <I>Picea abies</I>
Heinzelmann, R., & Rigling, D. (2016). Mycelial fan formation of three sympatric Armillaria species on excised stem segments of Picea abies. Forest Pathology, 46(3), 187-199. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12241
Population genetics of the wood-rotting basidiomycete <i>Armillaria cepistipes</i> in a fragmented forest landscape
Heinzelmann, R., Rigling, D., & Prospero, S. (2012). Population genetics of the wood-rotting basidiomycete Armillaria cepistipes in a fragmented forest landscape. Fungal Biology, 116(9), 985-994. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funbio.2012.07.002