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Title: Genetic interactions in the white pine/blister rust pathosystem

Author: Kinloch Jr., Bohun B.;

Date: 2000

Source: In: Proceedings of Disease Resistance Genetics in Forest Trees, North Carolina Arboretum, August 8-9, 2000, Asheville, NC: p. 1-2

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: The nine white pine species native to North America have very different ecological roles and values, which include high quality timber production, important watershed protection, keystone ecological species, and the oldest and some of the most picturesque trees on earth. All are highly susceptible to white pine blister rust (Cronartium ribicola), and some have been damaged severely in parts of their natural range. The epidemic has not yet stabilized, even after a century since introduction of the disease.

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Kinloch Jr., Bohun B. 2000. Genetic interactions in the white pine/blister rust pathosystem. In: Proceedings of Disease Resistance Genetics in Forest Trees, North Carolina Arboretum, August 8-9, 2000, Asheville, NC: p. 1-2

 


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