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- Marina M. Silantyeva; Anna Ju. Grebennikova; Petr A. Kosachev; Aleksander A. Kuznetzov
- International journal of environmental studies 2014 v.71 no.5 pp. 667-670
- Briza maxima; Rhaponticum repens; Scleranthus; Xanthium; crops; floodplains; flora; herbaria; highways; invasive species; ornamental plants; pastures; quarantine; railroads; wastelands; weeds; Russia
- ... This paper contains previously unknown information about the appearance and expansion of a number of adventive species of plants new for the Altai Territory. They were discovered in 2008–2012 during the fieldwork tasks of the herbarium Altai State University, Barnaul. One of the species is invasive (quarantine plant for the Russian Federation) – Acroptilon repens (L.) DC. The range was about 10 ha ...
- Cassandra L Swett; Bernice Porter; Gerda Fourie; Emma T Steenkamp; Thomas R Gordon; Michael J Wingfield
- Southern forests 2014 v.76 no.3 pp. 161-166
- Briza maxima; DNA; Ehrharta; Fusarium circinatum; Pinus; Pseudotsuga menziesii; disease occurrence; endophytes; forests; fungi; grasses; host range; hosts; inoculum; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; plantations; sanitation; virulence; California; South Africa
- ... The pitch canker pathogen, Fusarium circinatum , has major impacts on production in pine nurseries and plantations in South Africa. Thus far, efforts to reduce local spread have focused on rouging of infected pines and sanitation to eliminate local sources of inoculum. Although the host range of F. circinatum was thought to be limited to pines and Douglas-fir, recent studies in California indicate ...