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- Tabari Kouchaksaraei, M., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Forest pathology 2017 v.47 no.5
- Quercus brantii; aggression; biomass; charcoal; climate change; dieback; drought; forests; fungi; greenhouses; pathogens; photochemistry; photosystem II; physiological response; ribulose-bisphosphate carboxylase; seedlings; stems; stomatal conductance; water stress; xylem water potential; Iran
- ... Charcoal canker of oak is a common disease in the western regions of Iran, which has widely spread due to climate change and increasing drought in recent years. Biscogniauxia mediterranea and Obolarina persica are known as two agents of oak charcoal canker in Zagros forests causing the dieback of oak trees. The effects of charcoal disease agent pathogens on the growth and physiological response of ...