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Does host genotype diversity affect the distribution of insect and disease damage in willow cropping systems?

Published online: 03 Jan 2002

Authors: Peacock, L. & Hunter, T. & Turner, H. & Brain, P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Planting of willow genotype mixtures for biomass production has been suggested as a non-chemical strategy for pest management. Basic information on sp...

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Temporal dynamics of plant competition in genetically diverse wheat populations in the presence and absence of stripe rust.

Published online: 19 Feb 1997

Authors: Finckh, M. R. & Mundt, C. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Effects of disease and environment on competitive interactions among wheat genotypes were investigated. Wheat genotypes (5) were grown in up to 6 diff...

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Interactions between the rust fungus Puccinia punctiformis and ectophagous and endophagous insects on creeping thistle.

Published online: 10 Oct 2001

Authors: Kluth, S. & Kruess, A. & Tscharntke, T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Plant-pathogen-insect interactions may have various outcomes that are of great interest when considering the combined use of insects and pathogens in ...

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Degree of host susceptibility in the initial disease outbreak influences subsequent epidemic spread.

Published online: 14 Jan 2015

Authors: Severns, P. M. & Estep, L. K. & Sackett, K. E. & Mundt, C. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Disease epidemics typically begin as an outbreak of a relatively small, spatially explicit population of infected individuals (focus), in which diseas...

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Long-term heavy grazing increases community-level foliar fungal diseases by shifting plant composition.

Published online: 30 Apr 2022

Authors: Liu Yong & Duan DongDong & Jiang FeiFei & Tian Zhen & Feng XiaoXuan & Wu NaNa & Hou FuJiang & Kardol, P. & Nan ZhiBiao & Chen Tao

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In grasslands, the interactions of foliar fungal diseases and their host plants are largely dependent on grazing by large herbivores. However, the rel...

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Using spatial models to identify refugia and guide restoration in response to an invasive plant pathogen.

Published online: 12 Mar 2021

Authors: McCarthy, J. K. & Wiser, S. K. & Bellingham, P. J. & Beresford, R. M. & Campbell, R. E. & Turner, R. & Richardson, S. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The global spread of invasive plant pathogens is increasing, putting natural forests and ecosystem services under threat. Spatial data can quantify ra...

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Proceedings of the IUFRO Joint Conference: genetics of five-needle pines, rusts of forest trees, and Strobusphere - Fort Collins, Colorado June 15-20, 2014.

Published online: 07 Aug 2019

Authors: Schoettle, A. W. & Sniezko, R. A. & Kliejunas, J. T.

Content type: Bulletin

Proceedings from the 2014 IUFRO Joint Conference: Genetics of five-needle pines, rusts of forest trees, and Strobusphere in Fort Collins, Colorado. Th...

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Adaptive monitoring in action: reconsidering design-based estimators reveals underestimation of whitebark pine disease prevalence in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Published online: 16 May 2021

Authors: Shanahan, E. & Wright, W. J. & Irvine, K. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

1. Identifying and understanding status and trends in ecological indicators motivates continual monitoring over decades. Many programs rely on probabi...

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Tree damage after fertilization of thinned lodgepole pine, Douglas-fir and spruce stands in the British Columbia interior: synthesis report on up to 18-year responses from EP886.

Published online: 16 May 2019

Authors: Jang WoongSoon & Eskelson, B. N. I. & Montigny, L. de

Content type: Bulletin

As a silvicultural practice, forest fertilization has emerged to mitigate risks and reduce the effect of damage agents on timber supply due to climate...

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Responses of the willow beetle Phratora vulgatissima to genetically and spatially diverse Salix spp. plantations.

Published online: 22 Jan 2001

Authors: Peacock, L. & Herrick, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Phratora vulgatissima is the most serious pest of willow grown as short-rotation coppice in Britain. The effects of genetically diverse plantations of...

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