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<em>Phytophthora</em> species associated with dieback of sweet chestnut in Western Turkey
Akilli Şimşek, S., Katircioğlu, Y. Z., Ulubaş Serçe, Ç., Çakar, D., Rigling, D., & Maden, S. (2019). Phytophthora species associated with dieback of sweet chestnut in Western Turkey. Forest Pathology, e12533 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12533
Multispecies <em>Phytophthora</em> disease patterns in declining beech stands
Ruffner, B., Rigling, D., & Schoebel, C. N. (2019). Multispecies Phytophthora disease patterns in declining beech stands. Forest Pathology, 49(3), e12514 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12514
Detection of pine needle diseases caused by <em>Dothistroma septosporum, Dothistroma pini</em> and <em>Lecanosticta acicola</em> using different methodologies
Schneider, S., Jung, E., Queloz, V., Meyer, J. B., & Rigling, D. (2019). Detection of pine needle diseases caused by Dothistroma septosporum, Dothistroma pini and Lecanosticta acicola using different methodologies. Forest Pathology, 49(2), e12495 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12495
Low genetic diversity but frequent sexual reproduction of the chestnut blight fungus <i>Cryphonectria parasitica</i> in Azerbaijan
Aghayeva, D. N., Rigling, D., & Prospero, S. (2017). Low genetic diversity but frequent sexual reproduction of the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica in Azerbaijan. Forest Pathology, 47(5), e12357 (7 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12357
<I>Pseudodidymella fagi</I> and <I>Petrakia deviata</I>: two closely related tree pathogens new to central Europe
Gross, A., Beenken, L., Dubach, V., Queloz, V., Tanaka, K., Hashimoto, A., & Holdenrieder, O. (2017). Pseudodidymella fagi and Petrakia deviata: two closely related tree pathogens new to central Europe. Forest Pathology, 47(5), e12351 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12351
A new <I>Leptographium</I> species from the roots of declining <I>Pinus sylvestris</I> in Switzerland
Marincowitz, S., Duong, T. A., Heiniger, U., Wingfield, B. D., Wingfield, M. J., & de Beer, Z. W. (2017). A new Leptographium species from the roots of declining Pinus sylvestris in Switzerland. Forest Pathology, 47(4), e12346 (6 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12346
A worldwide perspective on the management and control of Dothistroma needle blight
Bulman, L. S., Bradshaw, R. E., Fraser, S., Martín-García, J., Barnes, I., Musolin, D. L., … Tubby, K. (2016). A worldwide perspective on the management and control of Dothistroma needle blight. Forest Pathology, 46(5), 472-488. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12305
Global geographic distribution and host range of <I>Dothistroma</I> species: a comprehensive review
Drenkhan, R., Tomešová-Haataja, V., Fraser, S., Bradshaw, R. E., Vahalík, P., Mullett, M. S., … Barnes, I. (2016). Global geographic distribution and host range of Dothistroma species: a comprehensive review. Forest Pathology, 46(5), 408-442. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12290
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
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
Widespread <I>Phytophthora</I> infestations in European nurseries put forest, semi-natural and horticultural ecosystems at high risk of Phytophthora diseases
Jung, T., Orlikowski, L., Henricot, B., Abad-Campos, P., Aday, A. G., Aguín Casal, O., … Peréz-Sierra, A. (2016). Widespread Phytophthora infestations in European nurseries put forest, semi-natural and horticultural ecosystems at high risk of Phytophthora diseases. Forest Pathology, 46(2), 134-163. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12239
Strategies of attack and defence in woody plant–<i>Phytophthora</i> interactions
Osswald, W., Fleischmann, F., Rigling, D., Coelho, A. C., Cravador, A., Diez, J., … Werres, S. (2014). Strategies of attack and defence in woody plant–Phytophthora interactions. Forest Pathology, 44(3), 169-190. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12096
Informative value of canker morphology on the presence or absence of virus infection in chestnut blight cankers
Bryner, S. F., Sotirovski, K., Akilli, S., Risteski, M., Perlerou, C., & Rigling, D. (2013). Informative value of canker morphology on the presence or absence of virus infection in chestnut blight cankers. Forest Pathology, 43(6), 496-504. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12063
Distribution of chestnut blight and diversity of <i>Cryphonectria parasitica</i> in chestnut forests in Bulgaria
Risteski, M., Milev, M., Rigling, D., Milgroom, M. G., Bryner, S. F., & Sotirovski, K. (2013). Distribution of chestnut blight and diversity of Cryphonectria parasitica in chestnut forests in Bulgaria. Forest Pathology, 43(6), 437-443. https://doi.org/10.1111/efp.12051
Chestnut blight in south-western Germany: multiple introductions of <i>Cryphonectria parasitica</i> and slow hypovirus spread
Peters, F. S., Holweg, C. L., Rigling, D., & Metzler, B. (2012). Chestnut blight in south-western Germany: multiple introductions of Cryphonectria parasitica and slow hypovirus spread. Forest Pathology, 42(5), 397-404. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2012.00773.x
Diversity of <i>Cryphonectria parasitica</i> in western Spain and identification of hypovirus-infected isolates
Zamora, P., Martín, A. B., Rigling, D., & Diez, J. J. (2012). Diversity of Cryphonectria parasitica in western Spain and identification of hypovirus-infected isolates. Forest Pathology, 42(5), 412-419. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2012.00775.x
Blue-stain infections in roots, stems and branches of declining <i>Pinus sylvestris</i> trees in a dry inner alpine valley in Switzerland
Heiniger, U., Theile, F., Rigling, A., & Rigling, D. (2011). Blue-stain infections in roots, stems and branches of declining Pinus sylvestris trees in a dry inner alpine valley in Switzerland. Forest Pathology, 41(6), 501-509. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2011.00713.x
Variation in virulence of <i>Cryphonectria hypovirus 1</i> in Macedonia
Sotirovski, K., Rigling, D., Heiniger, U., & Milgroom, M. G. (2011). Variation in virulence of Cryphonectria hypovirus 1 in Macedonia. Forest Pathology, 41(1), 59-65. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2009.00637.x
Signs and symptoms associated with <i>Heterobasidion annosum</i> and <i>Armillaria ostoyae</i> infection in dead and dying mountain pine (<i>Pinus mugo</i> ssp. <i>uncinata</i>)
Bendel, M., & Rigling, D. (2008). Signs and symptoms associated with Heterobasidion annosum and Armillaria ostoyae infection in dead and dying mountain pine (Pinus mugo ssp. uncinata). Forest Pathology, 38(1), 61-72. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2007.00530.x
<i>Cryphonectria parasitica</i> in Portugal: diversity of vegetative compatibility types, mating types, and occurrence of hypovirulence
Bragança, H., Simões, S., Onofre, N., Tenreiro, R., & Rigling, D. (2007). Cryphonectria parasitica in Portugal: diversity of vegetative compatibility types, mating types, and occurrence of hypovirulence. Forest Pathology, 37(6), 391-402. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2007.00513.x