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Soil fungi play important roles in soil organic matter decomposition, nutrient cycling processes and maintaining close associations with aboveground plant communities. However, the large-scale distribution patterns and drivers of soil fungal communities in shrub ecosystems remain largely unknown....

Chen YongLiang; Xu TianLe; Fu Wei; Hu YaJun; Hu HangWei; You LunCheng; Chen BaoDong
Elsevier Masson SAS
European Journal of Soil Biology, 2021, 102,
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A new distribution map is provided for Uromyces ciceris-arietini Jacz. Pucciniomycetes: Pucciniales: Pucciniaceae. Main host: chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Information is given on the geographical distribution in Europe (Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Corsica, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Sicily, Portugal,...

Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases, 2020, April,
CABI Book Info
Cover for Sweet cherries.

This book contains 12 chapters focusing on the current trends in sweet cherry production, cherry flowering, fruiting and cultivars, sweet cherry rootstocks, planning a new cherry orchard, orchard establishment and production, the fundamentals of sweet cherry pruning, various sweet cherry training...

Long, L. E.; Lang, G. A.; Kaiser, C.
2021 CABI (H ISBN 9781786398284)
CAB ReviewFull Text

Phytoplasmas, prokaryotic wall-less microorganisms, are important pathogens of several plant species in most parts of the world. Phytoplasmas have been reported associated with various symptoms on hundreds of plant species. Witches' broom disease (WBD) is one of the most common disease symptoms,...

December 2020
plant pathogens; plant diseases; symptoms; plant pathogenic bacteria; hosts; reviews; ornamental plants; medicinal plants; forest trees; weeds; vegetables; field crops; fruit trees; limes; almonds; groundnuts; cassava; losses; plant disease control; pathogens; trees; crops
Hemmati, C.; Nikooei, M.; Al-Sadi, A. M.
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Pests and diseases can cause a variety of reactions in plants. In recent years, the boxwood dieback has become one of the essential concerns of practitioners and natural resources managers in Iran. To control the boxwood dieback spread, the early detection and disease distribution maps are...

Marzieh Ghavidel; Peyman Bayat; Mohammad Ebrahim Farashiani
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Journal of Forest Science, 2021, 67, 2, pp 71-79

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